Working as a Traditional Mexican Artist in New York City

Working as a Traditional Mexican Artist in New York City

04.17.2005
Charles A. Dana Discovery Center in Central Park

A panel discussion presented by Mano a Mano: Mexican Culture Without Borders, a project of the Center for Traditional Music and Dance as part of the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs Second Annual Immigrant History Week. It included panelists Aurelia Fernández Marure, Visual Artist; Juan Castaño, Dancer and Managing Director of Calpulli Mexican Dance Company; and Pablo and Santiago Javier, Norteño Musicians from Suspenso del Norte.

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