The Work Commissioned to Mexican artist Teddy Kelly and Puerto Rican Moncho 1929 will Be Donated to the Club’s Permanent Art Collection
WHAT: Mexican actor Omar Chaparro and the Curacao Foundation will unveil a 20-feet art piece celebrating the cultures, diversity and history of the Hispanic community at the Variety Boys & Girls Club in Los Angeles.
Omar Chaparro, one of the most recognizable personalities among Hispanics in both the U.S. and Latin America, will attend the different activities alongside children from the Club’s art program, their parents and special guests.
Comprised of two canvases, this unique art piece was exhibited in multiple Curacao stores as part of Curacao’s “Let’s Celebrate Your Cultura!” campaign, that took place during the Hispanic Heritage Month. After the unveiling of the piece by Chaparro and Curacao executives, Kelly and Moncho 1929 will lead an workshop aimed at sharing their creative passion and artistic talent with children.
WHO: Omar Chaparro, Curacao executives, and artists Kelly and Moncho 1929.
WHERE: Variety Boys & Girls Club, 2530 Cincinnati St, Los Angeles, CA 90033.
WHEN: Wednesday, December 8
4:00 – 6:00pm PST
***Those unable to attend the event in person will have the opportunity to watch it live on Curacao’s Instagram and Facebook accounts.***
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