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Exploring Afro-Cuban Culture at the Multicultural Arts Center

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Exploring Afro-Cuban Culture
Clara Morera - Cepp Selgas - Jorge Java - Bernardo Navarro

Curated by Latin Art Space
Artist Reception May 16, 6:30-8:30pm
Multicultural Arts Center
41 2nd St.
Cambridge, MA



For more info visit: http://www.latinartspace.com/

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  1. I love multicultural artwork, among other things. I really like the examples above, particularly the last sculpture.It is intriguing and the more I look at it the more I see. Multicultural art is unique and it seems like there is a story behind every piece of work, which makes me want to learn more.

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