Last updated on September 18, 2023
Hispanic Heritage Month Exhibition Opening at Orlando City Hall
Showcase features Latin American history and culture through domino-inspired art pieces
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and District 2 City Commissioner Tony Ortiz will join Domino USA for the opening of the Hispanic Heritage Month Art Exhibition at Orlando City Hall. During the event, nine local visual arts will showcase custom, handmade domino-inspired art pieces that feature the sport, which has historically been an important part of Latin American culture and is often associated with shared traditions and values such as family, community and friendship. As a colorful cultural touchstone and a highly competitive sport, attendees will also have an opportunity to participate in a game of dominoes as tables will be set up for matches throughout the gallery.
Arts are an intrinsic part of Hispanic heritage, which is why the city annually hosts an art exhibit in conjunction with this important month to further illustrate the richness of Latin American history and culture. This exhibition furthers the city’s multicultural efforts to ensure Orlando is a diverse, inclusive and welcoming community.
The exhibition will run through Friday, November 13, 2023. To learn more about events during Hispanic Heritage Month, visit orlando.gov/Hispanicheritage.
Tuesday, September 19, 2023
Orlando City Hall, Terrace Gallery, 1st Floor
400 South Orange Avenue
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