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Casa Dolores presents the new exhibition, “BANDERA WARE: from Revolution to Republic / de Revolución a República”

when: 2015-02-24, starts at 12pm
where: Casa Dolores, Center for the Study of the Popular Arts of Mexico. 1023 Bath Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101

On February 24, coinciding with Mexican Flag Day (Día de la Bandera), Casa Dolores presents the new exhibition, BANDERA WARE: from Revolution to Republic / de Revolución a República. The exhibition gives light to a rare style of earthenware ceramics created in Jalisco utilizing colors of the Mexican flag (la bandera). The clever mix of green, white and red appear in flora, fauna and abstract design of the bandera-ware, referencing the evolution of the flag itself.

You are cordially invited to the opening reception of BANDERAWARE: from Revolution to Republic / de Revolución a República on Tuesday, February 24 beginning at 12pm. A special presentation will be given at 5:00pm by honored guest, Consul General of Mexico Ms. Berenice Díaz Ceballos. All are welcome to attend.

Reception from 12 – 6pm

Raffle drawing, refreshments served.
Admission is free.

The exhibition runs February 24 – May 30, 2015.
Regular museum hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 12-4pm
Admission is free.

Casa Dolores, Center for the Study of the Popular Arts of Mexico
1023 Bath Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
(805) 963-1032

www.casadolores.org

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