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The Broward College District Board of Trustees
President J. David Armstrong, Jr. and ¡Viva Broward!
proudly invite you to attend the opening of
The Colors of Hispanic Culture
A group art exhibit celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
Opening reception

Feature artists

Luz Aponte, Yoa Art, Elizabeth Erazo Baez, Humbero Benitez,
Alejandra Goldberg, Edin Gutierrez, Annie Maxell and Samuel Navedo

Artist Luz Aponte with her digital print on canvas, "Dreams"

Broward College District Board of Trustees member Georgette Sosa Douglass, right, with her cousins Rodrigo and Sara DeLaguardia.

Viva Broward's Elaine Miceli-Vazquez and her daughter Lisa Miceli. Viva Broward was one of the exhibit's sponsors.

 

Elizabeth Baez, curator of the exhibit and participating artist,
with her acrylic painting of Puerto Rican dancers and musicians, "Orgullo, P.R."

 

Annie Maxwell incorporates tropical themes into her work.

Mary Rivera, a former Aspira program participant and Broward College alumna now pursuing a higher degree, stands beside the organization's information table.

Samuel Navedo began drawing at the age of 6.

The predominant themes in the paintings of Urayoan Ruiz Paneque, known as Yoa, are music, nature and love.


Left to right: Rich Hernandez, musician; Elizabeth E. Baez &
Raúl A. Martínez, President of ASPIRA

 

A Silent Auction was held
to benefit Aspira
Each artist donated beautiful
pieces of art to Aspira.

Over $1000 was raised
in the silent auction.

Broward College Administrative Artspace,
111 East Las Olas Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
Twelfth floor