THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION OF 1910: IMPACT AND CONSEQUENCES IN THE US
Saturday, November 22, 2014, 3 pm
The Greater Dallas Legal and Community Foundation will host a photo exhibition of Agustin Victor Casasola prints taken during the Mexican Revolution of 1910 and informative presentation and lecture on the impact and consequences of this revolution on the United States since 1910-1930 to the present day by UT Arlington Professor, Dr. Jose Angel Gutierrez. Reception to follow. Free and open to the public.
The Latino Cultural Center is a division of the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs. Our mission is to serve as a regional catalyst for the preservation, development, and promotion of Latino and Hispanic arts and culture. The Center’s 27,000 sq. ft. facility was designed by renowned Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta and features a 300-seat theater, two visual arts galleries, and an outdoor plaza. Its signature purple tower serves as a beacon to guide visitors to our East Dallas / Deep Ellum location. Located immediately east of downtown Dallas, the Center is one-half mile from the Dallas Arts District and conveniently located two blocks north of the DART Green Line Deep Ellum Station. Onsite free parking available. For additional information, call 214.671.0045 or visit www.dallasculture.org/latinocc