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UPCOMING EVENTS

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Interpretative Guided Tour: Weaving the Tension Between Nature and Urban Sprawl.

Interpretative Guided Tour: Weaving the Tension Between Nature and Urban Sprawl. Sunday, January 15, 2023 Alissa Alfonso, Sharon Berebichez, Nancy Billings, RemiJin Camping, Maritza Caneca, Mabelin Castellanos, Alex De Yavorsky, Jocelyn Flores, Amy Gelb, Isabel Infante, Jeanne Jaffe, Marlene Kohn, Oriana Lacau, Adriana Lo Mascolo, Aurora Molina, Vero Murphy, Juliana Navarro Torres, Cynthia Passavanti, Felisa Prieto, […]

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Unfolding Visions of Contemporary Mayan Art, a live lecture by Dr. Adriana Herrera in the context of the exhibition Tiempo Circular

November 29th, 2022 at 7:00pm

The Aluna Art Foundation is proud to invite you to the live lecture “Unfolding Visions of Contemporary Mayan Art”, presented by Dr. Adriana Herrera in the context of the exhibition Tiempo Circular organized by Tanya Brillembourg Art with the support of the Guatemalan Consulate in Miami.

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Live Talk at Pinta Art Fair 2022 | Textile Art: Spinning the Political with Ancestral Practices

December 3rd, 2022 at 5pm

This PINTA TALK featuring fiber artist Pip Brant, Aurora Molina and Evelyn Politzer is moderated by Adriana Herrera PhD, cofounder of Aluna Art Foundation. They will discuss politically-charged fiber arts and ways of exploring the relationship between gender, history, and fiber ancestral traditions and its connection with contemporary textile art.

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Zoom Talk | Threading the City’s virtual panel discussion

November 17, 2022 | From 4 pm to 5 pm

The Circularity of Textile Time features art historian and Pre-Columbian Art experts Carol Damian, Ph.D., and Shelley Burian, Ph.D., moderated by Adriana Herrera, Ph.D. The discussion will explore the relationship between pre-Hispanic textiles and modern fiber art and examine the living presence of indigenous art not only in contemporary artists who are direct descendants of native peoples, but also in other Latin American artists, including some Miami artists who work with fiber.

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Florida Humanities and the National Endowments for the Humanities supports educational programing during Threading the City, a series of fiber art exhibits across Miami.

October 2022 to January 2023

Florida Humanities awarded a Community Project Grant Award to Aluna Art Foundation for the public programming of Threading the City. Lead scholar Adriana Herrera, Ph.D., joins other invited scholars, including: Carol Damian, (…)