Celebrating hispanic heritage

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Posted October 12, 2022 |

The Appleton Museum of Art and the College of Central Florida hosted a Hispanic Heritage Festival on Saturday, Oct. 8, that included vendors and entertainment.

The all-day event, co-hosted by CF Student Affairs, offered free admission to the museum, art activities, music, face painting and a talk by oral historian, writer and podcaster Dr. Rebecca Dominguez-Karimi.

Many guests enjoyed the spring-like weather and outdoor activities as well as the many permanent and special exhibits inside the museum, including “Sintiendo la Exposición.” The exhibition of sculptures, photographs, prints, drawings and paintings debuts work by modern and contemporary Argentinian, Cuban and Mexican artists.

To learn more about all of the exhibits, go to appletonmuseum.org

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