Bridging The Arts, Culture and Community

7:41:00 PM

Please join us tomorrow, Friday, February 24th, at the Latino Cultural Center, where LiA co-chairs Lorena Toffer and Celi Sims will be part of this provocative panel discussion, and will relate the way our AIA Dallas Latinos in Architecture Committee has been growing not only in the Architecture community, but in the community at large since the committee was founded in 2010.
At the first panel, the value of creativity and cultural expression from a parents’ perspective will be discussed. What is important for our children and their parents as it relates to arts and arts learning.
The second panel will respond with consideration of their organization and city resources. How are community centers, teaching artists, schools, and museums providing the right type of creative and cultural programs in our communities? What is available or not fully being utilized?

Bridging the Arts,Culture and Community
Friday,
February 24
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Latino Cultural Center
2600 Live Oak St,
Dallas TX 75204

Welcome
Benjamin Espino,
City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, Latino Cultural Center Director
Erin Offord,Big Thought, Community Engagement Director

Panel 1: Value of Art in Children’s Education
Viola Delgado, Master Artist
Daisy Cano, MSSW, Program Director, AVANCE Dallas
Dulce Isalguez Parker Executive Director and Cultural Educator Making Connections,Inc.
Cheryl Mayo, West Dallas Community Centers, Executive Director

Panel 2: Arts and Culture: Community Resources
Ronnie Jessie , Programs Administrator, Dallas Public Library
Benjamin Espino,City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs,
Latino Cultural Center Director
Elva Perez, Big Thought,Community Engagement Specialist
Celi Sims, Lorena Toffer, AIA Dallas/Latinos in Architecture
Maria Teresa G.Pedroche Head of Family Experiences/Community Engagement Dallas Museum of Art

Q & A from the audience
Mary Hernandez, Big Thought, Community Engagement Specialist

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