Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Latina Dance, Technology and Art. It's All about that (Latino) Base

As we posted earlier, Most Wanted fine Art, along with other great artists and bands will be hosting "Projeto Madre Latina" a photography exhibition that will showcase the wondrous women who have come to "latinize" the Three Rivers community. Add to that these two locations and you've got a trifecta of events that speak to this fascinating segment of society who cross-over into every world culture.

Mixing it up at Los Sabrosos Dance Company
Los Sabrosos Dance Studio  (4909 Penn Ave) hosts "Easely" First Friday
Easely: the Netflix for Art is their GA/GI guest. At Los Sabrosos, tech meets Art as they feature works from Pittsburgh artists, as well as artists from around the world who can be purchased on the internet. You should also know that Los Saborosos, fairly new to Penn Avenue and Unblurred is a full service dance studio, that teaches classes in a variety of forms--zumba, hip hop, belly dance and even ballet. Need to get a wedding dance together...call Los Sabrosos.! Want  more info visit their website here.

AND... @ the Law Office of Richard J. Walters and The Dance Emporium (5005 Penn Ave)
from 9:30pm - 1:30am Come join this popular and long-lived group as they dance Classic "Golden Age" Argentine Tango music in the Office, and Nuevo/Alternative Tango downstairs in the Artspace and explore and dance Tango Nuevo to groups like Bajofondo, Gotan Project, Otros Aries, and to triphop and rock, whatever arguably fits into the Nuevo/Alternative Argentine Tango musical lexicon. For info contact rjwesquire@gmail.com or 412-721-7771

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