The new Bellas Artes exhibit, “Images of Teotihuacan,” opened in the Charles Lobue Gallery at the Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center, with a family-friendly celebration on Sunday afternoon, Aug. 25. Artists, their families and supporters of the program enjoyed homemade traditional Mexican food and performances by Aztec dancers and Son Jarocho musicians. Bellas Artes offers cultural arts education to residents of all ages at Chapel Court, Dahlia Court and Casas de Las Flores and is co-sponsored by the Arts Center and Peoples’ Self-Help Housing.

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