Crafting Mexican Revolutionary Culture through Cinema and Visual arts with Luis Coronado Guel
November 3 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pmFree
The Mexican Revolution and the 1917 Constitution established new political, social and economic life, principles and values. Luis Coronado Guel—Research Associate and Coordinator for the U of A School of Behavorial Sciences Mexico Initiatives—will show film clips and visuals created to make the new concepts, principles and revolutionary values accessible to Mexico’s peoples and discuss how through cinema and the visual arts a strong sense of patriotism and identity were created that remains as the strongest legacy of the Mexican Revolution. A Lowe House Project Artist Residency Program. For information contact Luis Coronado Guel at email@example.com.