As part of Hispanic Heritage Month, in collaboration with the Cal Humanities Project, the Santa Barbara Public Library is inviting local Latin American artists to submit work for an upcoming show exploring immigrant identity. 

The show, “The Things We Do Not Say: Intergenerational Conversations Through Art on Taboo Subjects,” will show in the East and West Faulkner Galleries during September and October. The show will focus on each artists’ unique visions and experiences as an immigrant, according to a release from the library. 

Anyone is welcome to participate; priority will be given to those who live in Santa Barbara County. Applications are due by Aug. 19. Learn more on the Santa Barbara Public Library website. 

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