Casa de la Cultura Grand Opening
Saturday, August 13 • 2-7pm
ALL are invited to a historic event for the city of Baltimore and the Hispanic/Latino community.
La Casa de la Cultura will be a Hispanic/Latino cultural, educational, and empowering center in the heart of Highlandtown in Baltimore City.
La Casa de la Cultura will be a place where we can educate, promote and preserve the richness and diversity of the Hispanic/Latino culture and artistic heritage through the Baltimore and DMV metropolitan region.
A group exhibition for the inauguration of Nuestras Raices Inc “Casa de la Cultura” gallery space and cultural center will be held in the Highlandtown neighborhood of Baltimore City. Known for its rich latin culture, a gallery space by and for latin artists will be available to amplify artists who have been historically overlooked or without opportunities to showcase their work in the arts community in Baltimore.
This breakthrough event will host five established and mid-career artists who will be displaying works that reflect themes spanning culture, heritage and the human experience. Artist mediums range from a colorful selection of mixed media art, textiles, sculptures, paintings, and photography. Featured artists include Francisco Loza, Christina Delgado, Ignacio Herrera, Mariana Orellana, and Jessy DeSantis.<
The event will take place Saturday, August 13, 2022 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Location: 3403 Gough St.Baltimore. Md. 21224
Next to Salem United Methodist Church.
We will have special invited guests including community and political leaders, businesses and sponsors, community and cultural groups and organizations, cultural performances, food, arts and crafts and much more; including the musical performance of Downtown Tumbao, a Afro-Caribbean group playing borderlands Jazz, Bolero, Samba, Cha cha chá, Guaracha and Son.
Following opening day, the exhibition will be available by appointment through August 27th, 2022. Please Contact Angelo Solera to set up an appointment at (443) 224-7592