Join us for the exhibit opening reception on Friday, April 22, 2016, 4:30 – 6:00 pm. Refreshments served.
In 2015, a group of curious locals took a weeklong trip to the island of Cuba and immersed themselves in the contemporary Cuban scene, touring the island in pursuit of cultural enrichment and education. The group visited Cienfuegos, Trinidad, Havana and the municipality of Viñales.
Through this exhibit of amateur photography we aim to share our memories and tell the story of our trip. We saw beautiful faces, city and country landscapes and many memorable moments of Cuban life. Looking through this remarkable selection of images one feels the rich and unique history of this island nation. Cuba, Sin Filtro (Cuba, No Filter) is our way of opening the door to Cuba.
Thank you to all the participants of the exhibit: Becky Smith, Gay Odmark, Virginia Johnson, Janet Ross Heiner, Bev and Brent Robinson, Jeanne Mowlds, Peter and Sandra Maier, Robert L. Ness and Don Liebich.
The exhibit runs April 15 – July 1, 2016, as part of the “Art in the Lecture Room” series.