MEXICAN CINEMA: The Golden Age
Saturday, July 27 - 8:00PM
Join us for the 12th Season of one of the most exciting outdoor artistic experiences in Southern California, Murals Under the Stars! Gregorio Luke returns this summer with a series introducing a new lecture, Mexican Cinema. It will include scenes with superstars like Maria Felix, Pedro Infante, Cantinflas and the art they inspired. Also this season, the return of two giants of art, the murals and lives of Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros! All images are projected life-size on a 1,800 square foot wall!
SERIES OF THREE TICKETS
Mexican Cinema 7/27
Diego Rivera 8/3
David Alfaro Siqueiros 8/10
PREFERRED: Members $80 Non-Members $70
GENERAL: Members $40 Non-Members $50
PREFERRED: Members $25 Non-Members $30
GENERAL: Members $15 Non-Members $20
STUDENTS: $10 SERIES $20
Our mercado (market) opens for shopping and dining at 6:30pm.
For more information or to purchase tickets, call 562.437.1689
or online at www.molaa.org
ABOUT GREGORIO LUKE
Gregorio Luke is an expert in Mexican and latin American art and culture.
He has given over mil lectures in México, United States, Europa , China and South America in institutions such as Library of Congress, The Smithsonian Institution, The san Francisco Museum of Art, the Detroit Institute of Art , and universities such as Harvard, Columbia, Georgentown and UNAM , amon others.
He is the former Director of the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, the cónsul of cultural affairs of México en Los Angeles an the first Secretary of Embassy of México in Washington D.C. .He is the founder and president of ARCOS (Art in Communities an schools) a non-profit organization whosw misión is to bring arts to families living in low. Income communities.
Among the awards he has are received are the Irving Leonard Award by The Hispanic Society of Library of Congress (1995); the Angel award by the bilingual foundation of the arts (2006) and the local Heroes award b¡y KCET (2008) His publications include “Beyond borders: Discovery and Collaboration” 1997, “Soto art and Science” 2006 and “ Latin America the tradition of inclusiveness 2007.