Betsabeé Romero’s Art Forges Relationships

Betsabeé Romero’s work represents the transformations, symmetries and contradictions in the modern world. And most recently, Romero herself and the work she exhibited in Denver brought together two Denver art organizations. In September, Romero’s installation, titled “Cartography of an Identity,” was featured in Redline Denver’s “Latin America: Endless Transformation” exhibit. Romero, who studied at Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City and later at the School of Fine Arts in Paris, has exhibited her work all around the world. Despite her international fame, she still made time for locals at a luncheon and discussion co-hosted by the Latino Cultural Arts Center. “Cartography of an Identi

LCAC Tells Its Story at CO Impact Days 2017

The Social Venture Marketplace at CO Impact Days was like a farmer’s market, only instead of shopping for their favorite produce and locally made jams, people were looking for the perfect social ventures to invest in. One of those was the Latino Cultural Arts Center, which exhibited for the first time this year. CO Impact Days, founded by the Impact Finance Center, is a three-day impact investing conference that showcases Colorado’s impact investment opportunities for projects, non-profits, businesses and funds. Stephanie Gripne, Ph.D., founder and executive director of the Impact Finance Center, said LCAC was chosen because its mission is vital. “What’s not to love about the Latino Cultural

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