Horacio Cardazo show at UDG/CDC

On Thursday, November 18th in the Peter Gray Art Museum on the UDG/CUC campus a meet the artist reception will be held at 6pm to meet Argentinian artist Horacio Cardazo.
Horacio Cardazo was born in Argentina, where he studied architecture and design at Buenos Aires University and philosophy at del Salvador University. His drawing skills and his admiration for fine arts, especially those of the Renaissance period, led him to explore a career in painting, since 1987.
This event is free and open to the public. His art exposition will run at the museum from November 18 to December 16. Hours will be from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday to Friday.

This Week in the Movies
This week’s movies at Cinema CUC are on Friday, November 18 and Wednesday November 23rd at 1 pm in the main auditorium at the campus. El Estudiante (Argentina, 2011) movie by director Santiago Mitre is on Friday and the movie showing on Wednesday is about Fernando Delgadillo’s 2016 concert in Mexico City.

Papirolas – A creative festival for children and youth
Featuring a theme of Astronomy, on Wednesday, December 7, there will be a festival for all children and teenagers that focuses on creativity. Admission is free and children are encouraged to bring their own refreshments. Located in the Centre at University of the Coast from 8:00 am till 1pm.
Registration is now open; any information required please contact the outreach coordination and Erandy Cruz Blanca, at 226-2304 and 226-2290 to confirm attendance by phone or email papirolas@cuc.udg.mx
For more information about events happening at the Banderas Bay campus of the university of Guadalajara visit www.cuc.udg.mx or contact Mtra. Maria Guadalupe Gomez Basulto, University Center of the Coast (322) 226-2263 ext 66263

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