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 Events, Spanish Langauge and Latin Cultural Events

 museo Adiós Utopia: Dreams and Deceptions in Cuban Art Since 1950
Present  - Mar 18
Walker Art Museum, Minneapolis

This fascinating exposition explores how Cuba’s revolution has affected Cuban art across many mediums, rendering it the most comprehensive collection of modern Cuban art since World War 2. Adíos Utopia focuses on artists who have succeeded in Cuba since the revolution of 1959, portraying Cuban both construction and deconstruction.

Road Trip: Patagonia
Feb 20, 8pm and Feb 21, 2am TPT Life
Feb 21, 11pm and Feb 22, 5am on TPT 2

Explore the beautiful Argentinian region of Patagonia as you explore vibrant landscapes including hills, lakes, caves, volcanos, and, mountains. As you zip through the roads of the region, you’ll explore not only nature but also various towns such as a hippie colony, a historic Welsh-founded town, and mountain villages offering breathtaking views. Public television programming; free.

Nachito Herrera
Feb 24, 7pm
The Dakota, Minneapolis

Join Nachito Herrera, a world-renowned Cuban pianist at the Dakota. A recent recipient of the American Heritage Award, Nachito got his start playing with the Havana Symphony Orchestra as a child. Don't miss the opportunity to hear the power and emotion in his rich, soulful playing. $25-20, advance purchase recommended.

Raul Midón
Feb 27, 7pm
The Dakota, Minneapolis

A singer, songwriter, and guitar-player, Raul Midón puts on a strong one-man show. Despite being born blind, Midón’s career has not suffered as he has released seven albums and worked with various influential artists. $35-30, advance purchase recommended.

cocina  Caribbean Small Plates
April 12, 6-9:30 p.m.
Kitchen Window, Minneapolis

Travel across the Caribbean culinary landscape starting with Yucatan shrimp tacos, Bahamian conch fritters, Jamaican jerk chicken skewers, Cubano sliders, before heading south for some Venezuelan black bean arepas and mango guacamole. $89, party-style participation, reservations required.

Mexican Small Plates & Street Food
April 26, 6-9:30 p.m.
Kitchen Window, Minneapolis

Prepare tasty Mexican cuisine such as queso fundido con chorizo (melted cheese with chorizo), mexican salsa, gordas, and molletes (bread topped with refried beans, melted cheese, and salsa). In addition, learn to make potato and chorizo tostadas as well as a dessert of nieve de mango (mango sherbet). $79, party-style participation, reservations required.

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