NOCHE DE LUNA, Greetings From Across the Border, a night of Latino Art, Music, Theater and Activism.
Palmetto Luna Arts is celebrating ten amazing years of fostering Latino arts and culture in South Carolina with NOCHE DE LUNA, Greetings From Across the Border, a night of Latino Art, Music, Theater and Activism. This celebration includes music directly from Charleston, SC by Gino Castillo and the Cuban Cowboys; “The Hen, The Pig and La Bestia” theater play by La Tropa (Palmetto Luna Arts’ very own theater troupe); a presentation about how to advocate for the Latino community by Ivan Segura, Palmetto Luna Arts’ Executive Director, and Debbie Billings, PhD, USC Adjunct Associate Professor Affiliate; an artist talk by American-Honduran ARTivist David Rodriquez; an art exhibition from the Palmetto Luna Arts’ collection, and; information about activism and ARTivism opportunities in our community. There will be information on what is happening at our borders and actions that can be taken. Join us for an evening to touch the soul and raise the spirits of hope.
Noche de Luna, Greetings From Across the Border, a night of Latino Art, Music, Theater and Activism takes place on Thursday, October 10, 2019 from 7 to 10 PM at 701 Whaley St., Columbia, SC 29201. Event is free and open to the public.
About Palmetto Luna Arts
Palmetto Luna Arts’ mission is to foster an understanding of the Hispanic/Latino culture by promoting artistic creation and providing opportunities for cultural expression for the community in South Carolina. This activity is part of The Latino Experience, a cultural, social and educational initiative aimed to provide non-Latino Midlands residents with an in-depth experience that enhances their knowledge and understanding of the Latino community. The Latino Experience is supported by a Connected Communities grant from Central Carolina Community Foundation.