Posts Tagged ‘Manny Vega’

Please Join Us for the Unveiling of the “Remembering Julia” Mosaic

Sunday, November 1st, 2009

DSCN0553.jpg

On Friday, October 27, 2006, Hope Community, Inc. will host a press conference and unveiling of an historic mosaic by artist Manny Vega honoring the late Puerto Rican poet, Julia de Burgos. The 11:00 AM ceremony will take place in the heart of East Harlem’s “Cultural Corridor” – in front of a Hope building located on the northeast corner of Lexington Avenue and East 106th Street. The momentous unveiling will be followed by a community reception hosted by El Taller Boricua in the Julia de Burgos Latino Cultural Center at 1680 Lexington Avenue. For more information, call (212) 860-8821, Ext 111.

Benefit for the “Remembering Julia” Mosaic Project

Sunday, November 1st, 2009

Julia de Burgos

Please join the “Remembering Julia” Mosaic Project Committee on Monday, July 31, 6:30 pm at Media Noche, 161 East 106th Street at a benefit for an historic Hope Community mosaic honoring the late Julia de Burgos to be designed and installed by artist Manny Vega on the northeast corner of Lexington Avenue and 106th Street. Suggested donation: $25.00. Please call (212) 860-8821, Ext. 111 to RSVP or to make a donation.

PABLO MARCANO GARCIA

Sunday, November 1st, 2009

Pregones Theater welcomes
PABLO MARCANO GARCIA
Luz y Color/Light & Color 
March 29 thru April 2

- an exhibit of some of the most extraordinary paintings of this Master Artist… a perfect evening!… “The Red Rose” on stage and “Light & Color” in the halls of the new Pregones Theater!

 

Join with us the extraordinary week of theater and the visual arts. The cast of “The Red Rose”, featuring Danny Rivera, welcomes renown painter Pablo Marcano García, from Puerto RicoLuz y Color/Light and Color opens in New York, after making its distintictive feature in Pablo Marcano Garcia’s work. It is a vision of the personal, the national, the Caribbean. And it is perfect match for the newly installed mural of New York‘s muralist Manny Vega, commissioned by Pregones for the inauguration of the theater. Marcano Garcia’s works reflect outstanding Caribbean figures like Martí, Betances, Hostos and Albizu Campos. He creates a world of color, a dramatic immersion in the environment. Flowers, urban landscapes and the disquieting lights in his night scenes, are all part of this magnificent collection.

Luz y Color/Light and Color are tools with which Maestro Marcano gives shape to a diverse and single body of work, encouraged by his love for the best in the life of his homeland, the desire to bring historical facts closer to a broad audience and a desire to fill our daily life with beauty and brightness.

Performances and Exhibit
ONE WEEK ONLY! March 29 thru April 2
Tickets On-line: www.pregones.org
By phone: 718-585-1202