Come to The Collective to see Ometeotl: We are all one. Join the artists of the Chicano Humanities & Arts Council Exhibit (CHAC) at the Collective Community Arts Center and enjoy the beautiful exhibit. This exhibit is about how we heal through arts and ceremony. Our world, our communities have been through divisions and tragedies these last two years. This show will reflect what brings us together as a community. We are individually unique, woven together in light and love. We bring the best of who we are by showcasing our diverse styles and the richness of our culture. The exhibit is on display from Wednesday, February 2 - Sunday, April 3.
- Friday, Feb. 4 from 4-7pm: OMETEOTL: We Are All One - Artist Open house
- Saturday, Feb. 19 from 2–4pm: Xochitl Atl Platica (Flower Ceremony) led by Mayan Priest Mavis Salazar - Sign-up soon! Space is limited to 30 people. Masks and registration required.
- Saturday, March 19 from 2pm – 4pm: Weaving Portals for Adults Workshop - Come learn from master weaver Cal Duran. Class limit is 15 people. Registration and masks required.
- Saturday, March 19 from 2-3pm or 3-4pm: Ojo De Dios Children Workshop (two sections) - Children ages 6 and older can come learn from CHAC artist to make Ojo de Dios. This class section has a limit of 15 people. Registration required Masks are required. No fee is required.
Find more information including event registration on the CHAC website at www.chacgallery.org/current-events.