SEDECULTA has chosen the Centro de Artes Visuales in Santa Ana for the venue of this important exhibition, which includes ten separate exhibits showcasing the works of some of the most talented Cuban artists of today.
The Centro de Artes Visuales sits directly across the street from the Santa Ana church on Calle 60. A modest façade belies what sits behind the front door: classical architecture with two courtyards and rows of columns and arches, in addition to a number of fully enclosed rooms where the individual artists will be in attendance to show and discuss their latest work.
The Expo begins with a sneak preview on Tuesday November 22, where guests can meet the artists and enjoy Cuban music (by Cuban chanteuse Maydel Garcia) and hospitality in the form of Cuba Libre cocktails and Cuban snacks. Donation: $120 pesos advance purchase (tickets available from Door54, Calle 54 and 35 Centro).
The Expo continues Wednesday November 23rd with the official inauguration, with special events each night through Saturday November 26.
The art will be on display through December 6 (except Mondays), when the Expo moves to its next international destination. The sneak preview begins at 7:00 pm on Tuesday; all other evening events begin at 8:00 pm.
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