Gallery Route One’s Latino Photography Project's MOLE DINNER

Saturday, November 18, 2017 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Event Description: 

Mole Dinner Location: The Dance Palace, 503 "B" Street, Point Reyes, CA 94956
Saturday Nov 18th
Six local Latina Cooks will share their delicious traditional Moles
Time: Doors open at 5:30. Dinner is from 6:00-8:30
Tickets: Adult $30.00 / Child (under 12 yrs) $10.00
Tickets may be purchased online at GALLERYROUTEONE.ORG <>
or at Gallery Route One in Point Reyes. No tickets sold at the door.

Profits benifits the following exhibition and more.

In the Project Space, the artists of the Gallery Route One’s Latino Photography Project share their lives and their love of the West Marin landscape through their photographs in the Project Space. In the Annex, Marj Stone’s graceful, damaged birds serve as a metaphor for our environment.


Project Space

The Latino Photography Project: Hogar en Cualquier Lugar

In Hogar en Cualquier Lugar (Home in Any Place We Are), current and past participants of Gallery Route One’s Latino Photography Project, all immigrants from Mexico, explore what it means to be home. Is home a house, a hearth, or the people gathered there? Is it in the ranch lands – the hills, fields, and barns? Is it found in community engagement, in neighbors and friends? What happens when customs and traditions are brought from one place to another? How do those inhabiting two worlds find home in a new country?

The Latino Photography Project, an ongoing class and series of exhibitions throughout Marin County, began in 2003 as a way to collaborate artistically with the local Latino population who live and work on the surrounding dairies and cheese factories. The photographers in the program have used the power of the visual image to bring the Latino and Anglo communities into deeper knowledge and understanding of one another. They have offered an intimate glimpse into their lives on the ranches, their work and families, and have come into the larger community to share the food, music, and dances of traditional celebrations in their culture.

November 10th to December 17th

​Opening Reception: Saturday, November 11th, 3 – 5 PM, Artists’ Talk, 2:30 – 3 PM

Closing Reception: Sunday, December 17th, 2 – 5 PM

Posted by: 
Vickisa Feinberg

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