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TWIN CITIES PBS CO-PRODUCES LATINO ART: A COMMUNITY VISION

Twin Cities PBS Co-Produces Latino Art: A Community Vision

Twin Cities PBS co-produces "Latino Art: A Community Vision," a film which showcases 15 of Minnesota's Latino artists conveying their community's vision of a Minnesota future enriched by the Latino culture. Their art portrays a bridge between the Latino cultural heritage and Minnesota's cultural and economic future; through dance, hip hop, poetry and stunning canvasses, it illustrates the voices of the Latino community as expressed in a Center for Latino Arts and Culture state survey. "Latino Art: A Community Vision" is a co-production of tpt's MN Channel, the MN Humanities Center and the MN Chicano Latino Affairs Council.

To read more about "Latino Art: A Community Vision," see when this program will air or watch the full program, visit the website.

 

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