ArtServe Celebrates Hispanic Heritage With Latin “Narratives” Exhibit Through December 30

A dark and rainy night didn’t keep artists, art lovers and their friends from rounding out their Hispanic Heritage Month at ArtServe’s opening reception for “Narratives in Latin-American Art” on Thursday, Oct. 13.  The art was original and provocative, with a host of international guests who had come to celebrate the exhibiting Latin and Hispanic artists from 12 nations represented by the show.  Curated by the Latin American Art Pavilion, which is dedicated to promoting Latin American and Caribbean emerging and mid-career contemporary visual artists worldwide, “Narratives” is free and open to the public Monday through Saturdays until Dec. 30 at ArtServe, which is located at 1350 E. Sunrise Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale.

(From Left to Right): ArtServe Narratives Exhibit Curator Maria Napoles; Adriana Van Epps-Bracamontes; Ronald Scott Greenwood

(From Left to Right): ArtServe Curator Hadi Salloum; Narratives Exhibit Curator Anabais Yero; ArtServe muralist Pipe Yanguas; Gabriella De Ferrari

(From Left to Right): Maria Rago; Sherry Toubin; Kris Potter

(From Left to Right): ArtServe Executive Director Jason Hughes; Ryan Spring; Dr. Michael Caldwell, Nova Southeastern University Professor Emeritus

(From Left to Right): Narratives artist Guillermo Gambini representing Venezuela; Swedish Honorary Vice Consul Anette Lemmel; ArtServe Executive Director Jason Hughes

(From Left to Right): Gail Dillard, Ph.D. and Carlos Martinez

Andrea Echeverry, Ph.D

(From Left to Right): Some of Fort Lauderdale’s full-time Swedish residents and members of the Swedish Consulate: Solveig Rhyner-Sjastrom; Andrea Agneta Anderson; Ingeborg Lundberg

Sara Bartra, Narratives artist