An artist reception of Entrelazadas, “How Womanhood and Culture are Intertwined,” is scheduled for Saturday, January 11, from 6-9 p.m. at South Pasadena City Hall.
Entrelazadas: “How Womanhood and Culture is Intertwined” features 12 artists whose artwork reflects the strength of the latin woman; honoring her history, divinity, creativity and necessity through painting, illustration and sculpture.
The artists featured are both male and female, of diverse backgrounds whose artwork focuses on the force of the Latin woman and her connection to her culture.
The artists will be in attendance at the event and light refreshments will be served.
“We invite you to come chat with the artists, enjoy some refreshments and view this beautiful and celebratory exhibit in person,” said Erin Stone, a spokesperson for the event.
Artists featured include: Areli Arellano, Alex Castaneda, Emilia Cruz, Lynn Coleman, Erica Friend, John Galan, Krisztianna, Rick Ortega, Tamara Ramos, Jessie Rocha, Sheila Rodriguez and Cintia Segovia.
City Hall is at 1414 Mission Street in South Pasadena.
Founded and directed by Addy Gonzalez Renteria and Erin Stone in 2009, 11:11 ACC is a Los Angeles based non-profit organization providing integrated and accessible public art through community events, beautification, exhibition and education.
For more information, visit www.1111acc.org