La Pulguita: Art Mercado Sept. 29 at the Latino Cultural Center

Join the LCC for its first annual Art Mercado and support local Latinx artists and artisans. La Pulguita will be a great way to shop for a special piece of art for your family and friends while supporting local artists at the same time.  Admission to La Pulguita is free and open to the public.

Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018 at 12 PM – 5 PM

Latino Cultural Center, 2600 Live Oak St, Dallas, Texas 75204

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Vendor List:
Amor a Mexico: Hand embroidered blouses, dresses, and accessories
Ana E. Rivas: Oragami lamps
Andrea Amosson: Novels and short story collections
Benjamin Munoz: Printmaking/ relief prints
Crooked Nail/ Hector Garza & Ofelia Faz-Garza: Small furniture & decorative piece from reclaimed wood
Dallas Ink Screen Print: Live screen printing
De Borinquen Artisans: Puerto Rican artesanias
Frida & Chloe: Knitted jewelry
Iris Candelaria: Acrylic paintings and jewelry
Ivette Ramos Levy: Paintings, illustrations, coloring books for adults
Janie Mata: Crochet, prints, shirts, ceramics
Julissa Martinez: Mexican hand embroidered shoes, fans, and purses
Las Locas: Custom t-shirts
Lilia Estrada: Felt broaches & decorations, small paintings
Lizz Corea: Fused glass pendants
Lourdes Osorio & Lizette Marquez: Embroidered and hand painted purses
Mercedes Sanchez de Espinoza: Frida t-shirts and Mexican jewelry
Monica Levario: Paintings, leather and clay jewelry,
NocturnArtes: Crochet nopales and dolls, purses, t-shirts
Rhino by CKS: Laser cut wood crafts
Tlalocan War: T-shirts
Veldany Creations: Embossing in pewter and vellum paper
Wendi Ruth Valladares: Prints, stickers, t-shirts, patches, & pillows
Maggie Wolters: Paint original copal wood alebrijes from Oaxaca Mexico, piedra y barro jewelry and other Mexican imports.

For questions please contact, Jessica Trevizo at jessica.trevizo@dallascityhall.com or 214-670-7952.

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