I Am Quixote
June 3rd 10am – 3pm
Free and Family Friendly
The Friends of The COR Museum in collaboration with
Artist Studio Project invite you to an afternoon filled with
music, art and friendship.
This is a family friendly event and forms part of the
8th Annual El Quixote Festival honoring:
VOCES – VWA – VOIX – VOICES – DEL CARIBE – 2022 -2023
EXPLORING THE AFRICAN AND INDIGENOUS ROOTS OF LATIN AMERICAN MUSIC
When: Sept 29th 2022 4:00 PM EST
Where: 3040 E Cornwallis Rd,
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
Horizon Building, Room C
Come and join Dr. David Garcia the chair of the department of Music
at UNC and Dr. Juan Alamo an Associate Professor in the Department
of Music at UNC as they give us a look into the influences that
surround Latin Music in the past as well as in todays Music.
THE 8TH ANNUAL EL QUIXOTE FESTIVAL
IN COLLABORATION WITH C-MAC INVITE YOU TO:
“INNER DIALOGUE” CLOSING RECEPTION
SUNDAY OCTOBER 2, 2022
CITY MARKET ARTIST COLLECTIVE,
300 BLAKE ST, RALEIGH, NC 27601
With Special Presentations on 10/27 & 10/29Full Details Here:
FREE FAMILY FRIENDLY EVENTLearn more
Evening reception at the Triangle Community Foundation office
in Research Triangle Park
Thursday, December 01 2022
4:30 PM – 6:30 PM [EST]
Registration is required.Read more
Author Rafael A. Osuba reads his bilingual
Children’s Christmas story about celebrating
Three Kings’ Day.
Dec. 18th 1-3pm
The City Of Raleigh Museum
220 Fayetteville St. Downtown Raleigh
In collaboration with Spanish 206 at Meredith College,
The 8th annual EL QUIXOTE FESTIVAL – VOCES – VOICES DEL CARIBE,
Rafael a. Osuba and Marilyn Marrero take us on a gastronomic journey
through some of the basic yet very flavorful delights of the Caribbean.
FEBRUARY 2ND 2023 6-8PM
We invite you to savor with us the words of a select group
of poets from Puerto Rico, Haiti, Grenada, Cuba and
the Dominican Republic.
THIS IS A VIRTUAL EVENTRead more
CHRISTINA ELIZABETH RELEASES NEW SINGLE,
“CUANDO LLEGASTE TÚ”
Launches on May 21st .
Juan Álamo & Artist Studio Project Publishing LLC.
THE INFLUENCE OF LATIN AMERICAN MUSIC IN NORTH CAROLINA
A photography exhibition by Roderico Diaz
Tuesday, April 19th
John Hope Franklin Center
Sergio Sánchez Santamaría
Artist Studio Project Publishing LLC
is proud to announce its forthcoming
GRAPHIC IN TRANSIT | Sergio Sánchez Santamaría
Sergio is the heir to the famous Taller de Gráfica Popular
(TGP) in México.