Latino Arts Inc. invites visitors to learn more about different cultures and forms of artistic expression through its new exhibit “Celebrating Our Shared Roots,” which focuses on mediums and artmaking traditions throughout Mexico and from First Nations tribes.
The exhibit is a collaboration with The Mexican Arts Collective run by Gabriela Marvan, Little Eagle Arts Foundation (LEAF), founded by Melanie Tallmadge Saintz of the Ho-Chunk Nation and Akii Maps, founded by Jesus Avila and Rodolfo Ramirez. It celebrates cultural traditions and ancestry, with viewers, through singular works of art that combine contemporary and traditional art-making techniques.
“Celebrating our Shared Roots” is on display through Feb. 23. Latino Arts Inc. kindly requests a $1 donation.
For more information visit latinoartsinc.org.
Sarah DeLappe’s one-act play “The Wolves,” a Pulitzer prize finalist for drama, comes to life on the Renaissance Theaterworks stage, 255 S. Water St., Jan. 21-Feb. 11.
“The Wolves,” a production which adroitly examines major questions of adolescence through a suburban high school girls’ soccer team practice, features a cast of actors through First Stage’s award-winning Young Company, a training program for advanced high school actors. The production is the Renaissance Theaterworks directing debut for Young Company alumna and actor Elyse Edelman.
Renaissance Theaterworkswill host a Pay What You Choose performance on Jan. 19, an ASL-interpreted performance on Feb. 4, a Sensory Friendly performance on Feb. 7, and an Audio Described performance Feb. 9. Visit r-t-w.com for performance times and to purchase tickets.