Madres, Madonnas, and Mujeres at Arizona Latino Arts and Cultural Center
Mi Familia by Cristina Cardenas
Thanks to la Madre, la Madonna, and mujeres around the world, we exist and have plenty of artistic inspiration. And this summer, we have a chance to celebrate all three at Arizona Latino Arts and Cultural Center (ALAC).
The Downtown art space, studio, and gallery is hosting its second annual Latina Art Exhibit, "Madres/Madonnas/Mujeres," as a cross-culture look at women and mothers.
The exhibition features paintings, mixed-media, and jewelry by female artists from Phoenix, Tucson, and Chicago including Francesca Anatra, Diana Caldreron, Christina Cardenas, Francisca Cota, Monica Crespo, Esperanza Gama, Cynthia Flores-Gurrola, Diana Luevano-Ruiz, Yolanda Palomo, Mary Ann Rodriguez-Veatch, Gabby St. Paul, Ilda Veloz, and Veronica Verdugo-Lomeli.
The space's three galleries will be home to a group show and two separate one-woman shows all open through Friday, August 24. Admission is free, and the gallery is open today from noon to 7 p.m..
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