Working in a variety of media, including video, installation, photography, and sculpture, Marcio García Torres creates environments that explore obscure histories and personalities, particularly those associated with conceptual art of the 1960s and 1970s.
Bonsai, martial arts, singing, dancing, drumming, delicious food and a host of other cultural exhibits and demonstrations will line several paths throughout the grounds of the Marjorie McNeely Conservatory for the 20th annual Como Park Japanese Obon Festival
Tinariwen are poet-guitarists and soul rebels from the Southern Sahara desert. Their music expresses the aspirations of their people, the Kel Tamashek or 'Touareg' of the southern Sahara desert. The guitar is their weapon. Simplicity is Freedom.
Join the ONYX Culinary Collective to celebrate the history and tradition of the Family Reunion.
What are the ethical, aesthetic, and cultural challenges of photographing thousands of strangers? Instructor Wing Huie’s artistic process has constantly evolved—from street photography to employing an array of conceptual interactions, including chalkboards—in a continual effort to close the gap between the photographer, the viewer, and what is viewed.
Attendees will receive a comprehensive 1 hour guided tour of Hmong Cultural Center's new interactive exhibit center designed in partnership with Museology Museum Services and Design Uake.
Celebrating five years of showcasing Hip Hop dance and its roots. The first and only choreographers’ evening focused exclusively on Hip Hop dance and its roots (African, Latin, Tap, Step, Breaking, Popping, Locking, Toprock, Waacking, House, Old School and New School)