The Memorial Art Gallery
12pm to 5pm
Admission is free
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at the Memorial Art Gallery from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 7. Hispanic/Latino Heritage Family Day includes hands-on art activities, live music and dance performances, educational presentations, and cultural displays from 16 Spanish-speaking countries. View the complete schedule.
OCTOBER 12TH will be the 25th Annual
Tropicana Dinner & Dance Celebration. And this year, it will be apart of
UofR's Meliora Weekend!
Dinner will be catered by the best restaurant in town!!
Also, performances and amazing guest
Dance featuring 'The Party Assassin' DJ HEAVYNESS and TOBY LOVE!!!!
Hawkins-Carlson Room located in Rush Rhees Library
Doors open at 4:30pm, 5pm-7pm
$12 College ID, $15 Community
7 pm in Hoyt Auditorium
Sponsored by Spanish and Latino Students’ Association and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority
Free and open to the public
Louis E. Perego Moreno, or "Tio
Louie," a well known producer & director, will be showing and having a
discussion about the documentary he produced and directed entitled "Latina
This film explores what it means to be Latina in the United States, as well as the Madonna/Whore Complex and its impact on the development of Latina sexuality.
About Tio Louie-
"Louis is an Interactive Content Producer. For 25 years, Louis has been the President of SKYLINE FEATURES, an English and Spanish language multimedia production and educational company focusing on trans-cultural, multicultural and youth edutainment projects. Louis' extensive experience as a youth counselor and his own cultural/sexual
identity struggles as a Bronx-born Latino gay man of mixed Cuban-Argentine origin give a unique perspective to a documentary film on Latinas in the U.S.A. This combination of backgrounds fosters a safe, comfortable environment evident in the manner in which women express their most intimate feelings, risking their reputations while challenging society’s expectations. What results is a unique picture of take-charge individuals who forever challenge simplistic, long-standing views of what it means to be Latina in the United States."
The film will be followed by a 60-90-minute discussion of the movie.