Performances & Exhibits

Performances & Exhibits
Architecture and Revolution: Escuelas Nationales de Arte en La Habana,
September 10 - October 15, 1999
Photography and Blueprint Exhibit: Documenting the construction, completion and decay of
what Fidel Castro once envisioned as a revolutionary symbol of his country’s commitment to
universal education and the arts, the Cuban National Art Schools, 1961-1965
Organizer: MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles. Sponsors: Richard Koch Chair
in the School of Architecture, Stone Center for Latin American Studies, and Cuban Studies
Pachanga En El Patio Musical Performance Series, October 1999 - March 2000
Chiko Queiroga & Antonio Rogerio. New Music from Northeast Brasil, November
Son del pantano. Old school Cuban music, January 21
Ancestro. Traditional music from the Andes, March 31
Sponsors: Stone Center for Latin American Studies and Center for International Students &
Deborah Grim Longino & Glibert Mendoza: Vocal Performance, September 13, 1999
Sponsor: Newcomb Department of Music.
Ballet Folklórico del Ayuntamiento de Mérida: Dance Performance, September 16,
Sponsors: Office of Multicultural Affairs and Stone Center for Latin American Studies.
Exploring Common Ground: A Photographic Memoir from Cuba, September 23,
Sponsors: Cuban Studies Institute and Latin American Library.
Gonzalo Salazar: Classical Guitar Performance, October 16, 1999
Sponsor: Newcomb Music Department
La Palabra, El Especáaculo De Cuentería: Storytelling and Musical Performance,
November 4, 1999
Nicolás Buenaventura, storyteller, Colombia
Antonio Arnedo, jazz composer, Colombia
César López, composer and pianist, Colombia
Sponsors: Consulate of Colombia in New Orleans, Stone Center for Latin American Studies
and Department of Spanish and Portuguese
13th Annual Day of the Dead Exhibit, November 8-24, 1999
Sponsors: Latin American Library, Middle American Research Institute, and Stone Center for
Latin American Studies.
The Lost Churches of Sonora: Photography Exhibit, January 15-March 1, 2000
Sponsor: Latin American Library
A Journey Through El Dorado: Images of Colombia from Kelemen Collection, March
1 - May 15, 2000
Sponsor: Latin American Library
Anthropology Through Art: Images of Mardi Gras, 2000, March 23, 2000
Sponsors: Stone Center for Latin American Studies and Anthropology Department.
Mexican Classical Performers: Musical Performance, April 6, 2000
Rosa Maria Díaz, soprano
Enrique Barcena, pianist
Sponsors: Consulate General of Mexico, The Mexican Cultural Center of the South, Center
for International Students and Scholars and Stone Center for Latin American Studies