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Mexican Art and History | Indigenous Perspectives on Women and Fertility
How has the female body and its ability for procreation been perceived in art and society? Women and fertility are at the center of cultures around the world—this is particularly true for Mesoamerican civilizations. Explore art and indigenous philosophies that pay homage to women and their power to create life.

Presenters
Luke Kelly, associate curator of collections and antiquities, Utah Museum of Fine Arts
Dr. Brenda Romero, assistant professor of Spanish at the department of world languages and literatures at California State University, Sacramento
Aida Salazar, Award winning author, arts activist, and translator

Moderated by Fanny Guadalupe Blauer, director of Artes de Mexico en Utah

Presented in partnership with Artes de México en Utah

Aug 10, 2021 06:30 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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