The 2011 Arts & Culture Pavilion celebrates the historical achievements and artistic movements of the Latin Americas. With the help of artists and organizations, the community participants will be treated to a dynamic visual experience. The Arts & Culture Pavilion brings to life ancient civilizations: celebrates cultural movements; highlights contemporary artist, and presents the literary arts to Sacramento.
KEY ASPECTS of the 20th Annual Festival de la Familia Arts and Culture Pavilion:
The Latin Art Walk will guide the community through iconic historical events and cultural achievements of the Latin Americas. Custom art installations will represent a myriad of Latin civilizations and fine art exhibits showcase historical art movements.
Lead Installation Artist: Felipe Davalos will direct the community of artist to create a artistic renditions of ancient civilizations. Davalos is an expert in Pre- Columbian visual communication and civilizations. His experience comes from extensive research for Princeton, Yale, and a long history as a National Geographic researcher.
The Contemporary Art Show focuses on highlighting Latino Artists in the greater Sacramento region. The show will have works that span a range of artistic mediums. Selected artist focus in many mediums include: Oils, Acrylic, Mixed Media, Sculpture, Photography and New Media.
The Literary Arts Performance brings the regions finest writers and poets to the stage for two shows. Sacramento Poet Laureate, Bob Stanley will lead the way with:
CO CHAIR LITERARY ARTS
CO-CHAIR LATIN CULTURE WALK
LATIN ART WALK
Four Cultures ” Splendor of Ancient America”.Lead Installation Artist: Felipe Davalos
Diego Marcial Rios
Patti Phare Camp
Jesus Barela-Rendition of the greatest murals accomplished.
SACRAMENT’S INFLUENTIAL ARTISTAS AND TRADITIONS
Royal Chicano Air Force (RCAF)
20 Years of Festival de la Familia Poster Collections
DOWNLOAD CALL FOR ARTISTS APPLICATION
Contemporary Art Show Artist
1. Felipe Davalos
2. Raphael Delgado
3. Alex Escalante
4. Jose Lott
5. Christina Martinez
6. Daniel Mendoza
7. Yoli Manzo
8. Robert Owens
9. Leonard Cabellos
10. Jesus Escobar
11. Amanda Lopez
12. Jerry Mendoza
13. Diego Marcial Rios
Literary Arts Performance
Bob Stanley, Sacramento Poet Laureate
Josh Fernandez, Writer and poet
Anna Marie Sprowl, Writer and Poet
CSUS: School of the Arts and Archives Department
D’ Primera Mano
The Urban Hive
Antiquité Maison Privée
Sacramento Poetry Center