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Apr 8, 2018
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Crafting Memory: The Art of Community Peru — Places of Memory Featured Artists Tell Stories of Those Who Disappeared
Museum of International Folk Art

Three Peruvian artists whose work is featured in the current exhibition Crafting Memory: The Art of Community in Peru will spend an afternoon at the Museum of International Folk Art giving talks and meeting patrons on Sunday April 8 from 1 p.m.-4 p.m.

The featured speakers, Adelina Garcia, Wari Zarate, and Rosalia Tineo are three Quechua artist activists whose work is at the forefront of the fight for truth and reconciliation in the wake of the 20 year internal armed conflict that claimed the lives of nearly 70,000 Peruvians between 1980 and 2000. Using traditional folk arts of the region, they tell the stories of the disappeared.

The Places of Memory afternoon with lecture and meet and greet with the three Peruvian artists featured in the Crafting Memory: The Art of Community in Peru is free with museum admission, and admission is free to New Mexico residents with ID.:



  • 1-2 pm there will be lectures by Adelina Garcia, Wari Zarate, and Rosalia Tineo;

  • 2-4 pm Meet & Greet/Question & Answer dialogue with artists in the gallery, pop-up shop

 


For more information, contact Amy Groleau at (505) 476-1223 , amy.groleau@state.nm.us

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Rosalia Tineo and artwork “Tortura de mi Papa/My Father’s Torture”(Museum of international Folk Art). Photographer: Amy Groleau Courtesy: IFAF Collection, Museum of International Folk Art
Rosalia Tineo and artwork “Tortura de mi Papa/My Father’s Torture”(Museum of international Folk Art). Photographer: Amy Groleau Courtesy: IFAF Collection, Museum of International Folk Art


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