¡Día de la familia!
Sobre el evento
Sábado, Octubre 3, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
ARTES, DIVERSIÓN FAMILIAR Y UNA CELEBRACIÓN DEL PATRIMONIO HISPANO
BlackRock Center de Artes esta emocionado de anunciar nuestra Primera Actividad Comunitaria en la Acera:
¡Día de la Familia de la Herencia Hispana!
El día contará con una serie de actividades para toda la familia que incluyen:
✔︎ Arte de tiza en la acera, incluidos artistas locales que trabajan en vivo.
✔︎ BlackRock Concessions y la mejor golosina de hielo raspado del mundo de Raspados Don Miguel (11 AM - 3 PM)!
✔︎ Prueba COVID gratuita
Se implementarán Pautas del Condado para garantizar un medio ambiente seguro y saludable.
ABOUT THE EVENT
SATURDAY, OctObER 3, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
ARTS, FAMILY FUN, AND A CELEBRATION OF HISPANIC HERITAGE
BlackRock Center for the Arts is excited to announce our first Community Sidewalk Activity:
Hispanic Heritage Family Day!
The day will feature a host of family friendly activities including:
✔︎ Sidewalk chalk art, including local artists working live.
✔︎ BlackRock Concessions and the world’s best shaved ice treats from Raspados Don Miguel (11 AM - 3 PM)!
✔︎ Free COVID Testing
County guidelines will be in place to guarantee a safe and healthy environment.
Meet Our Featured Artists!
Art League of Germantown (ALOG) Artist Member
Maria Elena Sayan Lazarte, professionally known as Mita Lazarte
Mita is a self-taught artist focusing primarily on painting plein air landscapes, flowers, and still-life. Having painted the majority of her life, Mita first got her inspiration from the beautiful landscapes, turquoise lakes, and picturesque white mountain caps surrounding her hometown of Caraz, Ancash, Peru, located in the Andes Mountains of South America.
Throughout years of full-time work and raising her children, Mita always found time for her passions of painting and teaching. More recently in the past few years, Mita has been challenging herself to improve by participating in painting courses online and at The Yellow Barn Studio and Gallery at Glen Echo Park. As a member of the Montgomery Art Association, Mita showcases her paintings at association events and recently won first place for viewer’s choice award at the 2019 and 2020 Oasis Show.
Originally From: Venezuela | Studio: Washington, DC
David Camero is an Artist-Educator, mixed media painter and performer (actor and comedian) originally from Carcas, Venezuela. He graduated from the University Central, poet and passionate for the masks and La Commedia Dell’Arte. Camero has participated in several solo and group exhibitions from 1980 to 2019, including Paris, France and Carcas, Venezuela.
Originally from Peru, Edward Johanson is a self-taught artist who is currently focused on painting plein air scenes and landscapes but also creates portraits as well as abstract works. Peruvian culture, folklore, and the places he has explored inspire Johanson’s work. He is a member of Maryland Federation of Art and Montgomery Art Association.