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Catalina Delgado Trunk


Albuquerque papel picado artist Catalina Delgado Trunk explores mythologies from pre-Columbian Mexico.

“Folk art, in whatever discipline is expressed, is constantly evolving. It’s an expression of a particular people.”

Edward Hopper

Living in New York City shaped painter Edward Hopper’s distinctive style.

“…I think Hopper was aware of that kind of distance you get in an urban environment, where you’re physically close to people, but you’re not engaging with them.”

Orlando, Florida

In Orlando, Florida, artists are on a mission to revive its downtown.

“Public art is critical for any healthy downtown. I mean, not only is it beautiful, but it gives people a reason to come downtown. It creates conversation.”

Playground Theatre


Ancient Sumerian myth is brought to life in a live performance by Miami Shores’ Playground Theatre.

“We make the audience the citizens of our city and there’s a lot of audience participation.”

1 Comment

  1. les storhaug on January 15, 2015 at 3:30 am

    Catalina, thank you for sending this to me.

    I just caught the last 5 minutes of it the other night.

    This way I’ll be able to see the entire presentation.

    I’m always so happy to have met you and Jim.

    Best of all for 2015.


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