December 7th – January 25th | Mattie Rhodes Art Gallery
Our heart, our hope, and our identity – Our Lady of Guadalupe has been a prominent motif in the development and creation of the Mexican culture. This exhibit aims to engage in the historical, cultural, and symbolic experience that Our Lady brings to us. From the history of Juan Diego, to the Chicano movement, to the current immigrant experiences in the United State, Our Lady has served as a symbol of hope, strength, and mission to all Latinx people from diverse backgrounds. Our Lady is the glue that unifies the vast and diverse patchwork that is made up of those who support and honor her.
First Friday Opening Reception
December 7th | 6pm -9pm
Join us in kicking off our December festivities! Food and drinks, beautiful art and a traditional tamale making demo.
Miniature Lady of Guadalupe shrine & other crafts
$20/person – 10am-12pm, December 8th
Join us in creating a one of a kind, hand made Guadalupe mini shrine! This beauty can be a unique present, just in time for the holidays! Attendees will also create their own ornaments and other unique and special crafts.
Feast of Our Lady Workshop
$10/person – Wednesday, December 12th
Make a singular miniature shrine to celebrate Our Lady of Guadalupe
To register for workshops, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 816-221-2349.