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August 01, 2005
Cris Orfescu will exhibit at the Latino Art Biennale 2005 in Pomona, California. The event will take place at the Latino Art Museum, in the Art Colony Pomona, between August 5 and October 1. The gallery is open TUE-SAT 12pm - 6pm. The artists awards ceremony will be on Saturday, August 13 at 5pm followed by art walk and opening reception from 6pm to 9pm. Saturday, September 10 will be the Biennale fiesta and art walk at 6pm. There will be also two nights of lecture and music on Saturday, August 20 and Saturday, September 17 starting at 7pm.
The Latino Art Museum is a non-profit organization created to promote the works of talented Latin American contemporary artists living in the United States and instill a sense of appreciation for Latino art in the minds and hearts of children and adults.
For more information regarding this event contact:
Latino Art Museum
281 S. Thomas St. Suite: Suite 103
Pomona, CA 91766
To view Orfescu’s NANOART visit www.absolutearts.com/portfolios/c/criorf
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