ANGEL ORENSANZ FOUNDATION NEWSLETTER #8
The Angel Orensanz Foundation is proud to present you with its 8th Newsletter.
For the last August Newsletter, the Angel Orensanz Foundation’s team has devoted all his energy and creative thought to give you plentiful amount of supreme reading.
The newsletter #8 presents a comprehensive overview of a wide array of current and past affairs.
Immersed yourself in the new article by Derek Bentley, Music survives them all. A semiologist opens old and new wounds for a thoroughly researched essay that sheds light on the complex, alarming situation of Hispanics in the US.
For sure by now you have all heard about the much-hyped, promising BMW Guggenheim Lab. If you are curious to know more about it and discover what they are up to until October, delve quickly into BMW Guggenheim Lab.
Consistently following the Foundation’s community outreach aim, in the present Newsletter edition the Educational Alliance is subject to a meticulous, enthusiastic portray. Discover the fascinating history and development of this educational and cultural center in the essay The Educational Alliance: More Than Just a Building.
Finally, for this week broadcast program, Arts from the Orensanz, we look back at Catherine Sullivan’s 2004 performance Ice Floes of Franz Joseph Land (Orensanz Manifestation), co-organized by the Whitney Museum and the Angel Orensanz Foundation. Don’t forget to switch your televisions on August 30th and Septmeber 6th.
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