And the show goes on…

As much as I don't like my picture taken, I suppose I should mention I was in the news.  

But the moral of this blog post is that if you haven't gotten to go see the exhibit, you should soon. It's only open for another couple weeks. 
borrowed from:  Long Island Exchange

LONG ISLAND ARTISTS SHOWCASE THEIR WORK FOR HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH

 

Long Island Press ReleasesPart of Arts Alive LI – Arts Month Celebration

(Long Island, NY) The annual Arts Alive LI “Arts Month,” sponsored by the Long Island Arts Alliance (LIAA) and Bethpage Federal Credit Union is a month-long celebration of cultural events that take place across Long Island. Running through October 31, 2014, 40 remarkable venues will host over 100 events, including a special Hispanic Heritage Month Exhibition running through October 26 at Bloomingdale’s Furniture Gallery at the Roosevelt Field Mall. Sponsored by the Long Island Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the LIAA, 12 Hispanic Long Island resident artists, will each have their artwork on display, many pieces for sale, throughout the gallery. An artists’ reception to kick-off the exhibition recently took place at the Bloomingdale’s Furniture Gallery.

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Pictured (left to right) (top row): David Kirschenbaum, Manager of Public Relations, Bloomingdale’s; Theresa Statz-Smith, Executive Director, Long Island Arts Alliance; Luis Lopez, Immediate Past President of the Long Island Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; Louis Vasquez, President, Long Island Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Pictured on the Bottom Row (left to right): Berges Alvarez, Anahi DeCaneo, Naomi Bonilla Diracles, Carlos Velez, Victoria Febrer, Freddie Lopez, Samantha Hernandez, Jessica Valentin, and Juliana Bedoya. Photo Credit: Arts Alive LI.

For a complete listing of all Arts Alive LI events, venue and performer information, as well as prize coupons and discounts, visit www.artsaliveli.org to download a free, commemorative “Passport to the Arts.”

 

 

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