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Permanent Linkby pac on Mon Oct 23, 2017 12:46 pm

Saturday night, November 4th, Pelham Art Center will be aglow, live music pouring through the tented courtyard, studios and galleries; while the delectable aroma of southern Westchester restaurants’ signature entrees waft through the air. The bars will be hopping as 200-plus guests happily sample the fare and peruse an exciting range of original, affordable art donated by exhibiting artists, as well as must-have auction experiences.

Back by demand, the edgy painting performance group, EYE (eyemakesart.com), will live-paint a wall-size work of art composed of multiple canvasses, riffing to the smoky sounds of The Jazzy 3. Studio Café guests will be able to bid on the sections as they are being painted. Last year enthused bidders bought every canvas, with clamors for more!

For people in the know, the perennially popular Studio Café fundraiser is casual, fun, and arty. With tickets priced at $85 in advance ($100 at the door), it is a fun, affordable evening of delicious food, art, mus...

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Celebrate Mexican Day of the Dead at Pelham Art Center!

Permanent Linkby pac on Mon Oct 23, 2017 12:45 pm

Hands-on Workshop and Dance Performance
with Zafiro Romero-Acevedo and Telphochcalli Traditional Mexican Performance Arts & Theater
Free and open to all ages!
Saturday, October 28, 2017, 1:30-3:30 pm

Pelham Art Center’s Folk Arts Series presents the annual celebration of Mexican Day of the Dead (El Día de los Muertos). Come join in this festive Mexican tradition in which passed loved ones are remembered with joy and celebration. Renowned artist Zafiro Romero-Acevedo returns to the Pelham Art Center to share the history of one of Mexico's richest traditions.

Telpochcalli, the Traditional Mexican Performance Arts & Theater, is composed of Mexican, dancers, ages 9-14. These young performers will charm the audience with the traditional Day of the Dead dances, Las Huahuas, from the state of Puebla, Mexico. Their colorful hats represent the Sun God of the Aztec known Huitzilopochtli, Aztec God of Sun and War. Huitzilopochtli's name is a combination of two Nahuatl words, huitzilin, me...

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