Latin American Masks and Popular Art
Xipe Projects A California Museum in the Making!
The Maestro and the Dance
ADMISSION IS FREE
The Maestro and the Dance is a new exhibition that takes an in-depth look at the creative vision of Maestro Florencio Valey of Santa Lucía Cotzumalguapa and the world of Guatemalan dance culture
Crisencio Molina Maldonado;
Yoeme Deer Singer and Pascola Mask Carver
With an introduction by Thomas M. Kolaz, Museum Fellow at Arizona State Museum and Research Associate at the Southwest Center AZ
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15121 Graham Street, Suite 103, Huntington Beach, CA 92649
SPECIAL NOTICE: The exhibition hall for Xipe Projects is temporarily closed to the public for renovation. However, our social media accounts are still up and running! Be sure to stay in touch and we promise to keep you posted regarding our progress.
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