Hispanic Heritage Month

Chicago Public Schools

San Antonio Museum of Art: Celebrating our Latin American Folk Art Gallery

GRADE LEVEL: K-1st

DESCRIPTION: Selections from the San Antonio Museum of Art’s Latin American Folk Art gallery celebrate the whimsical and playful heritage of Latin American cultures.

DATE: Friday, October 07 , 2016

TIME: 9:10AM

DURATION: 45 MINS.

San Antonio Museum of Art: Celebrating our Latin American Folk Art Gallery

GRADE LEVEL: 1st - 3rd

DESCRIPTION: Selections from the San Antonio Museum of Art’s Latin American Folk Art gallery celebrate the whimsical and playful heritage of Latin American cultures.

DATE: Friday, October 07 , 2016

TIME: 11:10AM

DURATION: 45 MINS.

San Antonio Museum of Art: Celebrating our Latin American Folk Art Gallery

GRADE LEVEL: 3rd - 5th

DESCRIPTION: Selections from the San Antonio Museum of Art’s Latin American Folk Art gallery celebrate the whimsical and playful heritage of Latin American cultures.

DATE: Friday, October 07 , 2016

TIME: 1:10PM

DURATION: 45 MINS.

Hispanic Museum of Nevada: Local Hispanic Artisans

GRADE LEVEL: K-5

DESCRIPTION: The Hispanic Museum of Nevada is home to a multitude of artists. We will be holding gallery talks geared towards the different age groups. * An example is recycling/reuse artist Lily Ramos. She creates beautiful, decorative artwork from water bottles, tree parts and much more.

DATE: Monday, Sept. 26, 2016

TIME: 11:10am

DURATION: 45 MINS.

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Hispanic Museum of Nevada: Local Hispanic Artisans

GRADE LEVEL: K-5

DESCRIPTION: The Hispanic Museum of Nevada is home to a multitude of artists. We will be holding gallery talks geared towards the different age groups. * An example is recycling/reuse artist Lily Ramos. She creates beautiful, decorative artwork from water bottles, tree parts and much more.

DATE: Monday, Sept. 26, 2016

TIME: 12:10pm

DURATION: 45 MINS.

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Hispanic Museum of Nevada: Diversity of Latinos in the U.S. and Examples of their Artistry

GRADE LEVEL: 6th – 12th

DESCRIPTION The Hispanic Museum of Nevada is the home to cultural groups that represent many of the Spanish speaking countries in the Casa de la Cultura Latina portion of the museum. Our talk will focus on the diversity of Latinos in Nevada and the United States. We will discuss the origins and fun facts about many artifacts indicative of Latino culture. * An example is a collection of Panamanian Molas. The handmade Molas are colorful, multi-layered appliqué panels of blouses worn by the Kuna women of Panama.

DATE: Monday, Sept. 26, 2016

TIME: 1:10pm

DURATION: 45 MINS.

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