Flor de Toloache Residency
Tuesday, Sept. 17
12 – 1 p.m. Master class – Laurel Forum, Karpen Hall (free & open to everyone).
Wednesday, Sept. 18
2 – 3 p.m. Master class – Mountain Suites, Highsmith Union (free & open to everyone).
7 – 9:30 p.m. Mariachi Flor de Toloache Performance in Lipinsky Auditorium, (free & open to everyone).
- Opening performance by RAICES dance and performance troupe, Nuestro Centro
Thursday, Sept. 19
12 – 1 p.m. A Report Back from the Borderland – interactive discussion with immigration activists, Alumni Hall, Highsmith Union (free & open to everyone).
New this year!
- Performances, lectures and master classes are free and no tickets are required, helping to create a more welcoming and inclusive campus for our neighbors and community members
- Cultural traditions, arts and voices will be celebrated as assets and pathways to collaboratively build community and honor diverse cultures locally, nationally and internationally
- A newly formed cohort of student positions known as Community Fellows will focus on strengthening partnerships during Cultural Events Series residencies and throughout the academic year
- Key Center sponsored community receptions will provide additional opportunities for students to mingle with visiting artists, speakers and community partners
“The arts make up a significant percentage of how humans communicate with each other and see each other. Becoming aware of others’ mode of operating is essential to our own success. Understanding our similarities and differences is the foundation on which one builds healthy relationships.” – A Win-Win Culture: How Inclusivity Drives Innovation in the Business World
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