Triumphal Arches and Terrestrial Paradise: Indigenous History and Viceregal Panoramas of Power in 17th Century Mexico

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

Dr. Rhonda Taube, Associate Professor in the department of art history at Riverside City College in California, will explore two different instances of European visions of Nahua society during the late 17th century: Carlos Sigüenza y Gongora's triumphal arch celebrating the entry of the new viceroy and the "Indian Village" biombo that represents an indigenous Corpus Christi ceremony and festival.

Doors open at 2 pm.

Free for Alianza members, $3 for students with current ID, $5 for DAM members, $10 others. 

For more information, call 303-361-9445. Reservations not required.

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