Just wanted to mention a few events tomorrow and Friday. Over at Cleveland Park-the Museum of History, Library complex they are having an official dedication for the public installation by the New York based artist team Bill and Nancy Buchen. Called Sombras y Luz, we are talking about the steel cutout structures by the History museum and colored reflecting shade structures in front of the library. The inspiration for the fence were the Mexican paper cutouts known as “papel Picado” This happens from 10-11 Thursday morning. (22nd).
Also on Thursday at the Hstory museum there is going to be a free Mayan picture writing workshop given by Gabriel Gaytan beginning at 6:30. The workshop is free but they want you to RSVP so they’ll have enough material. Call Sue Taylor at 351-3588 or email her at email@example.com.
Finally on Friday, over at the El Paso Museum of Art there is the first of a series of architectural design lectures by internationally known architects with a talk by Mexico city based architect Tatiano Bilbao giving a talk on “Working in Mexico.” This free lecture starts at 6:3o p.m.-david Sokolec