Events

June 25 (Saturday)
Members' Preview of Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art
6 p.m.-8 p.m.

Preview the new special exhibition before it opens to the public tomorrow.  Members reserve now at Ticketkeap.  Not a member?  Join now to enjoy the preview and all of the programs this summer as a member!

June 26 (Sunday)
Opening Day of Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art
noon–4 p.m.

It’s an opening-day street party! To welcome our members and the neighborhood to Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art we are closing down Fifth Street in front of the Museum and turning up the fun. From noon on, the food truck Licensed 2 Grill will be serving food near Arts Park, and radio station La Ola will be on site doing a live remote. From 1:30 till 2:15 and again from 2:45 till 3:30, percussionist Hector Rosado and his Orquesta Haché will bring the heat with two blistering sets of conga-driven salsa. In between, from 2:15 till 2:45, singer and performer Celeste Polaco will show you how to dance to a Latin beat. Admission to the Museum today and every Sunday is free thanks to generous support from CrossAmerica Partners LP, the Gadomski Foundation, the Society of the Arts (SOTA), and the Sylvia Perkin Charitable Trust. ¡Celebrar!

noon-3 p.m.
Story Station in Rodale Classrom

Every American family has its own unique story about immigration and/or assimilation in this country. Why not take a half hour to contribute your family’s story to an archive of local histories? Stop in any Sunday during Our America and allow one of our staff to record you at our Story Station, where you can share photographs too that document your family’s movement to and through America. Each week at least one story will be shared on the Museum’s social media networks. Free

1 p.m.
Panel Discussion: “Where Is Latino Art in American Art?”
Four artists whose work is included in Our America discuss the Latino “presence” on display in the exhibition and beyond. Free, but seating is limited. Call 610-432-4333 ext. 110 or click here to reserve now.

  Freddy Rodríguez
Freddy Rodríquez
was born in Santiago, Dominican Republic, in 1945, and immigrated alone to New York City at age eighteen, where he immersed himself in the city’s contemporary art scene. He studied painting at the Art Student League, the New School, and FIT. His solo exhibitions include America’s Pastime: Portrait of the Dominican Dream, baseball works at the Newark Museum in 2005, and also shows at the Queens Museum, Jersey City Museum, and the Museum of Modern Art in the DR. 

 

iliana emilia garcía
iliana emilia garcía
makes large-format drawings on canvas and paper along with installations, prints, and digital photos on canvas. She received her AAS from Altos de Chavon/The School of Design, affiliated with Parsons the New School of Design, in her native Dominican Republic in 1989, and her BFA in Communication Design from Parsons The New School of Design in 1991. Her work has been exhibited at the Smithsonian American Art Museum; BRIC, in Brooklyn; the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento; and more.
 

Juan Sánchez
Born in Brooklyn, New York, Juan Sánchez earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Cooper Union School of Art and a Master of Fine Arts from the Mason Gross School of the Arts. Inspired by the political teachings of Pedro Albizu Campos, Malcolm X, the Young Lords, and the Black Panther Party, Sánchez first gained recognition for his brightly hued mixed-media paintings addressing issues of Puerto Rican life both in the United States and on the island. Major solo exhibitions include TRIPTYCH/TRIPTICO: RETRATOS/PORTRAITS at Zoellner Arts Center, Lehigh University (2009); RicanStructions: Paintings of the ’90s at PS1 Contemporary Art Center, New York (1999); and 1898: Rican/Struction: Multilayered Impressions at the Bronx Museum of Art (1998).

Ken Gonzales-Day
Ken Gonzales-Day
is a Los Angeles–based artist whose interdisciplinary practice considers the historical construction of race and the limits of representational systems ranging from the lynching photograph to museum displays. His Searching for California Hang Trees series offered a critical look at the legacies of landscape photography, while the Walking Tour of Los Angeles Lynching Sites series and his 2015 short film, RUN UP, have brought these little-known histories to light nationally and internationally. Gonzales-Day is professor of art and humanities at Scripps College.
 

Elvis Fuentes
Moderator: Elvis Fuentes is an associate curator at El Museo del Barrio, New York, and has also served as curator at the Institute of Culture of Puerto Rico and the Ludwig Foundation of Cuba. A member of the International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art (IKT), Fuentes graduated from University of Havana (Art History, 1999).

1:30–3:30 p.m.
Hector Rosado y Orquesta Haché and dance instruction by Celeste Polaco
It’s a street party! To welcome our members and the neighborhood to the opening of Our America we are closing down Fifth Street in front of the Museum and turning up the fun. From 1:30 till 2:15 and again from 2:45 till 3:30, percussionist Hector Rosado and his band will bring the heat with two blistering sets of conga-driven salsa, merengue, and Latin jazz. In between, from 2:15 till 2:45, performer Celeste Polaco will show visitors how to dance to a Latin beat. From noon on there will be food trucks near Arts Park, and radio station La Ola will be on site doing a live remote.

 
Hector Rosado has traveled around America and the world on tours with music titans such as David Byrne, Dave Valentine, and the legendary Tito Puente. He has recorded for Warner Bros. and created tracks for Video Jams seen on BET Network. He composes, arranges, and directs music for Latin vocalists on a national level.

Celeste Polaco is a professional salsa singer and dancer of Dominican and Puerto Rican decent. She has performed with Hector Rosado y Orquesta Haché at Parx Casino in Philadelphia, Bally Casino and Harrah’s Casino in Atlantic City, and the Sands Casino & Art Quest Levitt Stage in Bethlehem, and she's recorded as a solo artist with two-time Grammy Award winner Chino Nuñez in 2015.

2 p.m.
Free tour of OUR AMERICA (in English)
Beginning today and throughout the run of the exhibition, Museum docents will lead free tours of Our America in English (starting at 2 p.m.) and in Spanish (starting at 2:15 p.m.) every Sunday, and on Thursday evenings at 6 p.m. (in English).

2:15 p.m.
Excursión gratuita de NUESTRA AMÉRICA (Free tour of OUR AMERICA in Spanish)

Un docente que habla a español lleva un tour guiado en Español de nuestra nueva exposición de Nuestra América: la presencia latina en el arte estadounidense. Sin reserva es necesario, solo registrarse en la recepción.
 


Oscar R. Castillo, ‘47 Chevy in Wilmington, California, 1972, printed 2012, inkjet print. Smithsonian American Art Museum,
Museum purchase through the Luisita L. and Franz H. Denghausen Endowment. © 2012, Oscar R. Castillo

June 30 (Thursday)
Art @ Night—Free tour of OUR STRENGTH IS OUR PEOPLE
6 p.m.

Every Thursday the Museum’s galleries are open till 8 p.m., with free entry after 4 p.m. Stop in this evening for a free guided tour of our new exhibition Our Strength Is Our People: The Humanist Photographs of Lewis Hine. No reservation is needed, just check in at the front desk. 


Lewis Hine, Young German Steelworker, Pittsburgh, 1908,
gelatin silver print.
Collection of Michael Mattis and Judith Hochberg,
courtesy of art2art Circulating Exhibitions.

 

Viva! Summer Children’s Workshops (Ages 6-12)

                                      PARA ESPAÑOL, haga clic aquí

July 1–August 20 • Thursday–Saturday • 12:30– 3 p.m.

Your child aged 6 to 12 can dive in and experience art and culture up close this summer by exploring Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art, the traveling Smithsonian exhibition here at the Museum. Each session includes a gallery tour and hands-on art project, and each week we'll explore a different theme.

Themes by week:
Week 1: Then and Now

View Latino American history and American identity from the perspectives of different artists.

Week 2: Migrating through History
See how some artists use layered or dreamlike imagery to explore themes of displacement, exile, and hope.

Week 3: Visual Boom
Try your hand at graphic design and printmaking, thriving modes of Latino artistic and activist expression.

Week 4: Moment of Truth
Find out how words and images can mean more than meets the eye.

Week 5: Street Life
Discover how artists transform the cities in which they live, and learn how you can make your mark on your own community!

Week 6: POP!
Explore how some artists in Our America put everyday objects or cultural traditions into a new context.

Week 7: What is Normal?
Beyond straight forward portraits, learn how artworks in Our America reflect on and react to cultural stereotypes.

Week 8: We Interrupt This Message
Investigate mass culture around the mid-twentieth century, and see how it impacted artists at the time.

Adults enter free with the purchase of a child’s Viva! pass: $5 members, $10 nonmembers per class. Kidspass allows admission to all workshops: $35 members, $50 nonmembers. Preregistration recommended: 610-432-4333 ext. 138.

Viva! has been supported by a generous grant from the Art Museum Auxiliary.

Viva! Summer Children’s Workshops (Ages 6-12)

                                      PARA ESPAÑOL, haga clic aquí

July 1–August 20 • Thursday–Saturday • 12:30– 3 p.m.

Your child aged 6 to 12 can dive in and experience art and culture up close this summer by exploring Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art, the traveling Smithsonian exhibition here at the Museum. Each session includes a gallery tour and hands-on art project, and each week we'll explore a different theme.

Themes by week:
Week 1: Then and Now

View Latino American history and American identity from the perspectives of different artists.

Week 2: Migrating through History
See how some artists use layered or dreamlike imagery to explore themes of displacement, exile, and hope.

Week 3: Visual Boom
Try your hand at graphic design and printmaking, thriving modes of Latino artistic and activist expression.

Week 4: Moment of Truth
Find out how words and images can mean more than meets the eye.

Week 5: Street Life
Discover how artists transform the cities in which they live, and learn how you can make your mark on your own community!

Week 6: POP!
Explore how some artists in Our America put everyday objects or cultural traditions into a new context.

Week 7: What is Normal?
Beyond straight forward portraits, learn how artworks in Our America reflect on and react to cultural stereotypes.

Week 8: We Interrupt This Message
Investigate mass culture around the mid-twentieth century, and see how it impacted artists at the time.

Adults enter free with the purchase of a child’s Viva! pass: $5 members, $10 nonmembers per class. Kidspass allows admission to all workshops: $35 members, $50 nonmembers. Preregistration recommended: 610-432-4333 ext. 138.

Viva! has been supported by a generous grant from the Art Museum Auxiliary.

July 2 (Saturday)
Mini Explorers
1 p.m.

Focused on using their senses throughout a half-hour tour, youngsters ages 3–5 will explore works of art using touch, sound, and sight in the company of other art-loving families. Free for members or with Museum admission. Preregistration recommended: 610-432-4333 ext. 138.
 

July 3 (Sunday)                     
Free Sunday
Noon–4 p.m. 

Admission to the Museum is free every Sunday thanks to generous support from CrossAmerica Partners LP, the Gadomski Foundation, the Society of the Arts (SOTA), and the Sylvia Perkin Charitable Trust.

Noon–3 p.m.
Story Station in Rodale Classrom

Every American family has its own unique story about immigration and/or assimilation in this country. Why not take a half hour to contribute your family’s story to an archive of local histories? Stop in any Sunday during Our America and allow one of our staff to record you at our Story Station, where you can share photographs too that document your family’s movement to and through America. Each week at least one story will be shared on the Museum’s social media networks. Free

12:30–3:30 p.m.
ArtVentures in Art Ways Interactive Family Gallery

Kids and families can create original works of art together under the direction of a Museum educator in our Crayola Classroom in Art Ways, free. This month celebrate our multicultural history in connection with Our America through the theme “America the Beautiful.”

1 p.m.
Free tour of OUR STRENGTH IS OUR PEOPLE

No reservation is needed to join the docent-guided tour of our new exhibition Our Strength Is Our People: The Humanist Photographs of Lewis Hine, just check in at the front desk.

2 p.m.
Free tour of OUR AMERICA (in English)

No reservation is needed to join the docent-guided tour of our new exhibition Our America: The Latino Pesence in American Art, just check in at the front desk. Bring the family!

2:15 p.m.
Excursión gratuita de NUESTRA AMÉRICA (Free tour of OUR AMERICA in Spanish)

Obtener un tour gratuito en Español de nuestra nueva exposición Nuestra América: la presencia latina en el arte estadounidense. Sin reserva es necesario, solo registrarse en la recepción. ¡Traer a la familia!

                                                      

 

 

July 5 (Tuesday)
Screening of La Nana @ Civic Theatre
7:30 p.m.

The Museum continues its partnership with Civic Theatre of Allentown to bring you this series of Tuesday-night films from Latin American filmmakers in conjunction with our summer exhibition Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art.

Tonight’s movie is La Nana (The Maid, Chile, 2009), the story of a maid called Raquel who has worked for more than twenty years in one affluent Chilean household and rediscovers herself. The movie illuminates a microcosm of Latin social hierarchy while also focusing on one woman's journey to free herself from a mental servitude of her own making.

The movie is screened at Civic Theatre of Allentown, 527 North Nineteenth Street, Allentown. Tickets are $8 for Museum and Civic members with ID, $10 general admission. Advanced purchase available at www.CivicTheatre.com.

 

 

July 6 (Wednesday)
50 Minutes (Tour + Lunch)—Our Strength Is Our People
Noon

Get a guided tour of the exhibition led by the curator, Claire McRee, followed by a stop at the Museum Café for lunch. Members $15, nonmembers $20. Call 610-432-4333 ext. 110 to reserve.

 
Lewis Hine, Two Connectors on a Girder, Empire State Building, 1930, gelatin silver print.Collection of
Michael Mattis and Judith Hochberg, courtesy of art2art Circulating Exhibitions.

 

Viva! Summer Children’s Workshops (Ages 6-12)

                                      PARA ESPAÑOL, haga clic aquí

July 1–August 20 • Thursday–Saturday • 12:30– 3 p.m.

Your child aged 6 to 12 can dive in and experience art and culture up close this summer by exploring Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art, the traveling Smithsonian exhibition here at the Museum. Each session includes a gallery tour and hands-on art project, and each week we'll explore a different theme.

Themes by week:
Week 1: Then and Now

View Latino American history and American identity from the perspectives of different artists.

Week 2: Migrating through History
See how some artists use layered or dreamlike imagery to explore themes of displacement, exile, and hope.

Week 3: Visual Boom
Try your hand at graphic design and printmaking, thriving modes of Latino artistic and activist expression.

Week 4: Moment of Truth
Find out how words and images can mean more than meets the eye.

Week 5: Street Life
Discover how artists transform the cities in which they live, and learn how you can make your mark on your own community!

Week 6: POP!
Explore how some artists in Our America put everyday objects or cultural traditions into a new context.

Week 7: What is Normal?
Beyond straight forward portraits, learn how artworks in Our America reflect on and react to cultural stereotypes.

Week 8: We Interrupt This Message
Investigate mass culture around the mid-twentieth century, and see how it impacted artists at the time.

Adults enter free with the purchase of a child’s Viva! pass: $5 members, $10 nonmembers per class. Kidspass allows admission to all workshops: $35 members, $50 nonmembers. Preregistration recommended: 610-432-4333 ext. 138.

Viva! has been supported by a generous grant from the Art Museum Auxiliary.

July 7 (Thursday)
Art @ Night—Free tour of OUR STRENGTH IS OUR PEOPLE
6 p.m.

Every Thursday the Museum’s galleries are open till 8 p.m., with free entry after 4 p.m. Stop in this evening for a free guided tour of our new exhibition Our Strength Is Our People: The Humanist Photographs of Lewis Hine. No reservation is needed, just check in at the front desk.


Lewis Hine, Young German Steelworker, Pittsburgh, 1908,
gelatin silver print.
Collection of Michael Mattis and Judith Hochberg,
courtesy of art2art Circulating Exhibitions.

 

 

 

Viva! Summer Children’s Workshops (Ages 6-12)

                                      PARA ESPAÑOL, haga clic aquí

July 1–August 20 • Thursday–Saturday • 12:30– 3 p.m.

Your child aged 6 to 12 can dive in and experience art and culture up close this summer by exploring Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art, the traveling Smithsonian exhibition here at the Museum. Each session includes a gallery tour and hands-on art project, and each week we'll explore a different theme.

Themes by week:
Week 1: Then and Now

View Latino American history and American identity from the perspectives of different artists.

Week 2: Migrating through History
See how some artists use layered or dreamlike imagery to explore themes of displacement, exile, and hope.

Week 3: Visual Boom
Try your hand at graphic design and printmaking, thriving modes of Latino artistic and activist expression.

Week 4: Moment of Truth
Find out how words and images can mean more than meets the eye.

Week 5: Street Life
Discover how artists transform the cities in which they live, and learn how you can make your mark on your own community!

Week 6: POP!
Explore how some artists in Our America put everyday objects or cultural traditions into a new context.

Week 7: What is Normal?
Beyond straight forward portraits, learn how artworks in Our America reflect on and react to cultural stereotypes.

Week 8: We Interrupt This Message
Investigate mass culture around the mid-twentieth century, and see how it impacted artists at the time.

Adults enter free with the purchase of a child’s Viva! pass: $5 members, $10 nonmembers per class. Kidspass allows admission to all workshops: $35 members, $50 nonmembers. Preregistration recommended: 610-432-4333 ext. 138.

Viva! has been supported by a generous grant from the Art Museum Auxiliary.

Viva! Summer Children’s Workshops (Ages 6-12)

                                      PARA ESPAÑOL, haga clic aquí

July 1–August 20 • Thursday–Saturday • 12:30– 3 p.m.

Your child aged 6 to 12 can dive in and experience art and culture up close this summer by exploring Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art, the traveling Smithsonian exhibition here at the Museum. Each session includes a gallery tour and hands-on art project, and each week we'll explore a different theme.

Themes by week:
Week 1: Then and Now

View Latino American history and American identity from the perspectives of different artists.

Week 2: Migrating through History
See how some artists use layered or dreamlike imagery to explore themes of displacement, exile, and hope.

Week 3: Visual Boom
Try your hand at graphic design and printmaking, thriving modes of Latino artistic and activist expression.

Week 4: Moment of Truth
Find out how words and images can mean more than meets the eye.

Week 5: Street Life
Discover how artists transform the cities in which they live, and learn how you can make your mark on your own community!

Week 6: POP!
Explore how some artists in Our America put everyday objects or cultural traditions into a new context.

Week 7: What is Normal?
Beyond straight forward portraits, learn how artworks in Our America reflect on and react to cultural stereotypes.

Week 8: We Interrupt This Message
Investigate mass culture around the mid-twentieth century, and see how it impacted artists at the time.

Adults enter free with the purchase of a child’s Viva! pass: $5 members, $10 nonmembers per class. Kidspass allows admission to all workshops: $35 members, $50 nonmembers. Preregistration recommended: 610-432-4333 ext. 138.

Viva! has been supported by a generous grant from the Art Museum Auxiliary.

July 9 (Saturday)
Art for Everyone tour for the blind/partially sighted
1 p.m.

This docent-led tour of the first-floor galleries and Art Ways for individuals who are blind or partially sighted will include descriptive language, touch, and sound to enhance the experience of enjoying art. Family, friends, and sighted companions are welcome to attend. The Museum is fully wheelchair accessible and welcomes service animals. Free with Museum admission.

Can’t make it on July 9? Private tours for visitors who are blind or partially sighted can be scheduled on request for a fee of $9 per participant. Please contact John Pepper at JPepper [at] allentownartmuseum [dot] org or 610-432-4333 ext. 133 to learn more.
 

July 9 (Saturday)
Mini Explorers
1 p.m.

Focused on using their senses throughout a half-hour tour, youngsters ages 3–5 will explore works of art using touch, sound, and sight in the company of other art-loving families. Free for members or with Museum admission. Preregistration recommended: 610-432-4333 ext. 138.
 

July 10 (Sunday)                     
Free Sunday
Noon–4 p.m. 

Admission to the Museum is free every Sunday thanks to generous support from CrossAmerica Partners LP, the Gadomski Foundation, the Society of the Arts (SOTA), and the Sylvia Perkin Charitable Trust.

Noon–4 p.m.
Register to vote

Make your voice heard! Exercise your right to vote this fall by registering in advance. Representatives from the League of Women Voters of the Lehigh Valley will be in our lobby to help you through the process. Free

Noon–3 p.m.
Story Station in Rodale Classrom

Every American family has its own unique story about immigration and/or assimilation in this country. Why not take a half hour to contribute your family’s story to an archive of local histories? Stop in any Sunday during Our America and allow one of our staff to record you at our Story Station, where you can share photographs too that document your family’s movement to and through America. Each week at least one story will be shared on the Museum’s social media networks. Free

12:30–3:30 p.m.
ArtVentures in Art Ways Interactive Family Gallery

Kids and families can create original works of art together under the direction of a Museum educator in our Crayola Classroom in Art Ways, free. This month celebrate our multicultural history in connection with Our America through the theme “America the Beautiful.”

2 p.m.
Free tour of OUR AMERICA (in English)

No reservation is needed to join the docent-guided tour of our new exhibition Our America: The Latino Pesence in American Art, just check in at the front desk. Bring the family!

2:15 p.m.
Excursión gratuita de NUESTRA AMÉRICA (Free tour of OUR AMERICA in Spanish)

Obtener un tour gratuito en Español de nuestra nueva exposición Nuestra América: la presencia latina en el arte estadounidense. Sin reserva es necesario, solo registrarse en la recepción. ¡Traer a la familia!

                                            

 

 

July 10 (Sunday)
New-Member Tour
1 p.m.

Attention all new (and newish) members! Join us for an informative tour through the galleries to learn about key works in the collection, Lehigh Valley businesses where you can enjoy discounts or special offers, behind-the-scenes insights, and more. To reserve your spot call at least two days in advance: 610-432-4333 ext. 110.


 

July 10 (Sunday)
Opening day of Crazy Quilters Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Exhibition
Community Gallery

The Crazy Quilters Quilt Guild, based in Emmaus, will mark a quarter century of artistry with a members' exhibition running from July 10 through August 6. At the opening reception on July 10 from 1 to 3 p.m. you can meet the quilters and see quilting demonstrations, enjoy refreshments, vote for your Viewer's Choice, and even enter a raffle to win one of the quilts on display. The show and reception are free to the public. Come on out to see these wonderfully colorful and skillful works!

The Crazy Quilters Quilt Guild meets the first Tuesday of every month (except November) at the Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit, 3461 South Cedar Crest Boulevard, Emmaus, PA 18049. Meeting begin at 7 p.m. and feature a show-and-tell session and nationally known or local quilters, quilt teachers, or other speakers on topics relating to quilting. The Guild also boasts a lending library of more than 380 books pertaining to quilting. For information on joining the Guild visit CrazyQuilters.org.


Quilts from a previous Crazy Quilters exhibition in our Community Gallery.

 

Viva! Summer Children’s Workshops (Ages 6-12)

                                      PARA ESPAÑOL, haga clic aquí

July 1–August 20 • Thursday–Saturday • 12:30– 3 p.m.

Your child aged 6 to 12 can dive in and experience art and culture up close this summer by exploring Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art, the traveling Smithsonian exhibition here at the Museum. Each session includes a gallery tour and hands-on art project, and each week we'll explore a different theme.

Themes by week:
Week 1: Then and Now

View Latino American history and American identity from the perspectives of different artists.

Week 2: Migrating through History
See how some artists use layered or dreamlike imagery to explore themes of displacement, exile, and hope.

Week 3: Visual Boom
Try your hand at graphic design and printmaking, thriving modes of Latino artistic and activist expression.

Week 4: Moment of Truth
Find out how words and images can mean more than meets the eye.

Week 5: Street Life
Discover how artists transform the cities in which they live, and learn how you can make your mark on your own community!

Week 6: POP!
Explore how some artists in Our America put everyday objects or cultural traditions into a new context.

Week 7: What is Normal?
Beyond straight forward portraits, learn how artworks in Our America reflect on and react to cultural stereotypes.

Week 8: We Interrupt This Message
Investigate mass culture around the mid-twentieth century, and see how it impacted artists at the time.

Adults enter free with the purchase of a child’s Viva! pass: $5 members, $10 nonmembers per class. Kidspass allows admission to all workshops: $35 members, $50 nonmembers. Preregistration recommended: 610-432-4333 ext. 138.

Viva! has been supported by a generous grant from the Art Museum Auxiliary.

July 14 (Thursday)
Art @ Night—Angel Suarez-Rosado leads tour of OUR AMERICA
6 p.m.

Angel Suarez-Rosado is an Easton-based artist who has been featured on the PBS series Art 21 and whose work is included in the collections of the Smithsonian American Art Museum and New York’s New Museum. He dedicates his artistic process to bridging the cult magic he experienced in his years growing up in Puerto Rico to an aesthetic that honors his past and makes it relevant to his life now. Tonight, Angel will lead a tour of the special exhibition Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art. Free


Carlos Almaraz, Night Magic (Blue Jester), 1988,
oil. Smithsonian American Art Museum, gift of
GloriaWerner. © 1988, Carlos Almaraz Estate