March is International Women’s Month and the anniversary of Cesar Chavez’s birth. The M (Minnesota Museum of American Art), in partnership with Mujeres Latinas Unidas MN and LatinoLEAD, will bring the two festivities together with an invitation to Latina/Latinx/e Gender-Expansive people across the generations to gather, celebrate and think together through the arts about what it means to be a Latina/G-ex leader in Minnesota.
The LatinActivista ’23 event is an opportunity to connect and build relationships and strengthen the community.
- Enjoy free appetizers
- Artist presentation
- Networking opportunities
- Small group conversations
The program will be led by local Latina artist Zamara Cuyún.
Zamara Cuyún is a self-taught, “Gringindia” artist of de-Indigenized Highland Maya ancestry from Minneapolis. Zamara uses elements of Guatemalan Maya history, ideology, myth, and iconography to explore and create vibrant, colorful art. She focuses on the central role and strength of women in social justice, reconciliation, revitalization, and decolonization.
This event is open to anyone and everyone.