VISUAL & PERFORMANCE
Saturday, October 19, 2019 at 7PM
CROMA at The Arlington Street Church
351 Boylston St
Boston, MA 02116
FREE, REGISTRATION REQUESTED
DURA is a visual and performance art experience that celebrates the strength and essence of Latinas in our community. For one night only, the audience will get a raw and intimate glimpse at the world of Latinas and our personal spaces - our skin, our hair, our clothes, our bodies, our tongue.
Gallery open for public
Enjoy Music by DJ Lady Ly
View Art, Have Drinks & Light Snacks
Mix and Mingle; Gallery open for the night
Music by DJ Lady Ly
“Cocinando Una Cancion” A Recipe on How to Cook a Song by Sandra “Sasi” Marcelino. This interactive dance performance will highlight the intersection of Afro-Cuban dance with Latinx culture.
‘La Corona’ Messages from our Hair by Yvette Modestin of Encuentro Diaspora Afro. Black women, Latina women, Black Latina women's hair is more than a style. The performance will take attendees through the history of hair and the impact both visually and mentally on women of color.
“Tres: A Musical Journey of Afro-Resilience” by Kaovanny ‘La Caoba’. Kaovanny communicates beauty, power, strength and independence in her ten minute set. She highlights the gift of being an Afro-Latina and the power of healing through music.