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Caldo de Cultivo Urbano Art Collective at Barrios Unidos (6/3)

The Caldo de Cultivo Urbano is a women's grassroots artistic collaboration comprised of Adriana García, Susana Bautista, and Gabriela Santos. The collective was formed in 2001 at La Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. These exhibits feature printmaking techniques that convey the experience of women in urban life.

Friday, June 3rd
6:00 pm
Barrios Unidos
(1817 Soquel Ave.)
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Presenting

The Caldo de Cultivo Urbano

Women's Art Collective from Mexico City

Please join us for this special event with the Caldo de Cultivo Urbano on their first Santa Cruz
tour!

The Caldo de Cultivo Urbano is a women's grassroots artistic collaboration comprised of Adriana García, Susana Bautista, and Gabriela Santos. The collective was formed in 2001 at La Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. These exhibits feature printmaking techniques that convey the experience of women in urban life.

June 3rd
6:00 pm

Art Exhibit Reception at Barrios Unidos

The art will be displayed at Barrious Unidos through the month of June. Barrios Unidos is located at 1817 Soquel Ave. and can be contacted at (831) 457-8208. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm.

All events will be in Spanish and English.

Art will be for sale.

For more information, contact Jessica at jbarber (at) ucsc.edu and (925)-330-5998
 
 


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June 3rd
6:00 pm

Art Exhibit Reception at Barrios Unidos

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