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Join us on Thursday, November 12 outside the Doug Adams Gallery for an opening celebration with local artist Elizabeth Jiménez Montelongo.
Jiménez Montelongo's impasto textured oil paintings of Mexika (Aztec) dancers exude energy and power to celebrate the continued existence of indigenous dance that could not be suppressed. Her work is inspired by Bay Area Mexika dancers who continue the traditions of indigenous Mexican dance into the 21st century, across social and political borders. The paintings on display honor the artist's indigenous ancestors, as well as local culture-keepers, while inspiring a powerful, liberating vision for the future.
If you would like to attend this event, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org, stating which 15 minute slot you would like to come by for. Since this is a socially disntant opening, we will need people to wear masks and stay 6 feet apart, which means we need to have designated time slots for 10 people at a time. Thanks for understanding and being patient as we figure out what a socially distanced exhibition opening looks like!
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