Interwoven Identities: The Blending of Indigenous and Spanish Colonial Fashion in Art

Sunday, March 17, 2013 - 2:30pm4:30pm
North Building - Lower Level
Purchase tickets at the door.

During the Spanish Colonial era in Mexico and South America, a convergence of cultures occurred that can clearly be seen in artwork.  Explore the trans-cultural ideas between the indigenous peoples of Mexico and South America as depicted in painted representations of clothing,  jewelry,  and other adornments with Patricia Tomlinson from the curatorial staff of the DAM's New World Dept. 

Free for Alianza members, $3 for students with current ID, $5 for DAM members, $10 others.  Reservations not required.  Doors open at 2 pm.

For information, call 303-361-9445.

Sponsored by the Alianza de las Artes Americanas, a DAM support group.