Sagrado Galleria Celebrates Grand Reopening and Art Exhibit, Nov. 5th

(Phoenix city, AZ) —— — — The Sagrado Shopping mall mores than happy to reveal the grand re-opening of its new area in South Phoenix az city (SoPho) on Saturday, November 5, 5 to 9 p.m., 6437 South Central Method, Phoenix az. The grand opening exhibit, “Pasado, Presente, Futuro” (Past, Existing, Future) will certainly showcase functions that include various styles as well as tools such as acrylic, photography, mixed media, watercolor, pencil, sculpture, oil, price quote, and sound.

Twenty musicians from around the valley tell the past, present as well as future of the Mexican, Chicano and Aboriginal Cultures. The exhibit will certainly be composed of job by; Zarco Guererro, Mata Ruda, Champ Styles, Fate Liegh, Chela Chelinski, Venessa Chavez, Marco Albarran, Thomas “Wind” Marcus, El Moises, Such Styles, Pablo Luna, Nick Oza, Randy L. Barton, Lucinda Yrene, Adam A-Bomb Vigil, Fransico Flores, Oliverio Balcells, Zee Peralta, El Spawk as well as Damian Amoros.

The evening will additionally showcase unique site visitor performances, speakers as well as a brief movie regarding a much anticipated area growth task in the place.

The Sagrado Stand is enjoyed join the area of SoPho that has affected a grander vision for Phoenix az including generating an area to nurture small company beginning with a pop-up coffee home, boutique, and also print making workshop.

The location is invited to “The Sagrado’s Grand Re-Opening Event as well as Musician Exhibition” to take a look at a night of art as well as the visions of the FUTURO of SoPho.

The Sagrado Shopping center held it wases initially team exhibition on January 6, 2012. Housed inside “La Melgosa” in the Grand Avenue Arts District in Phoenix city.

Holding location each month for conceptual owned shows, workshops, along with tracks as well as dance efficiencies drawing in a diverse contemporary audience. In collaboration with the artist location The Sagrado created impressive programs that focused on Mexican, Chicano and Aboriginal Societies.

For added details please contact: Samuel Gomez Phone: (602-RRB- 413-3357 or e-mail!.?.! Internet site: sagrado1

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