Bellas Artes

In their upcoming exhibit, Bellas Artes will present works inspired by Mexico’s Teotihuacan, a Meso-American city filled with pre-Colombian pyramids.

A Bellas Artes exhibition with the theme “Images of Teotihuacan” will open at the Charles Lobue Gallery, Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center, on Thursday, Aug. 22. The exhibit will feature original artwork created in the Bellas Artes program. Bellas Artes is an educational outreach program offering in-depth cultural arts education to residents of Chapel Court, Dahlia Court and Casas de Las Flores, co-sponsored by Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center and Peoples’ Self-Help Housing. Bellas Artes seeks to promote self-esteem and maintain cultural heritage by combining education in the rich tradition of Latin American arts with projects specific to the present North American cultural and physical realities of the participants.

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