As we started the month of February, the FHIS offers spaces to celebrate, learn and reflect on the African presence in the Hispanic history and culture, past and present.
Spanish for Community is delighted to announce that FHIS alumni, Julio Montero. Vancouver based artist, dance instructor and producer will visit our Spanish 301 students to talk showcase examples on African music and dance elements as key components of today’s Cuban popular dances. We will learn about its historical and ethnic roots, and its social implications on Cuban identity.
When: Friday, February 11th, from 10 to 10:50
Where: Buchanan B #309
Please note: This is an in person talk, spaces are very limited and third year Spanish students have priority. If you are interested please send an email to email@example.com.