The Apron Project: An Outdoor Installation

Thursday Mar 7, 2013

National Hispanic Cultural Center

National Hispanic Cultural Center
1701 4th St. SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102-4508
US

Phone: 246-2261
Website: Click to Visit

The Apron Project 2013 is presented by Womyn's Work in partnership with the National Hispanic Cultural Center. Traditionally, aprons represent a woman's unpaid work, industriousness, nurturing, and her never-ending presence to comfort, create and care-take.  Now aprons are having a comeback.  A group of local Albuquerque artists are using the medium of the apron to express themes from women's lives, struggles and history. The Apron Project is an opportunity to create aprons that speak to our lives during the month of March which is International Women's month.  The success and excitement of the original event spurred the second annual Apron Project in 2013. For more information, contact Dr. Shelle Sanchez at 505.246.2261, ext. 167, shelle.sanchez@state.nm.us or visit www.womynswork.com.  

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    Shelle Sanchez

    Phone: 246-2261 ext 167
    Website: Click to Visit

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    FREE

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    ALL-AGES!

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