Re:definition: Latinx Diaspora

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Jan 20–July 27, 6–10 pm, ended Jul 27, 2019
Paramount Theatre Downtown Seattle (Seattle)
Seattle Arts Commissioner Juan-Alonso Rodriguez has curated the newest incarnation of Re:definition, a series transforming the theater's lobby bar into an exhibition space. Artist Monica Arche (born in Puerto Rico to Cuban parents), writer Felicia Gonzalez (born in Cuba), and painter/printmaker Fulgencio Lazo (born in Oaxaca, Mexico), all currently based in Seattle, display works that manifest their contributions to the city's artistic and cultural scene. (Gonzalez sits on the board of 4Culture; Lazo, according to press materials, has boosted traditions like the Day of the Dead in Seattle for the past 30 years or so.)

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Paramount Theatre

911 Pine St Seattle, WA 98101 Venue website

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