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Soraida Martinez Verdadism Art Talk and Exhibition at George Mason University.
Verdadism: Socially Conscious Art Since 1992. Empowerment Through Truth and Art. Creating Awareness for Social Change.
These are some of the Verdadism artwork with social commentaries that will be on exhibit: Please Stop Calling Us Minorities! We All Know That's an Unfair Label With Negative Connotations; La Latina; Women Working Together; The Weeping Puerto Rican Cuatro Player; Between Two Islands; Puerto Rican Stereotype: The Way You See Me Without Looking At Me; and, Rage: It’s My Body.
This exhibition in celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month is sponsored by George Mason University’s Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Multicultural Education. The artwork will be on display at Mason Hall Gallery from Friday, October 4th to Friday, October 11th. The opening reception for the artist will be held on Friday, October 4th, from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM. This event is open to the students and faculty of George Mason University, as well as the general public. For more information, contact Jennifer Crewalk, Assistant Director of Latino and Hispanic Heritage Student Affairs, 703-993-2700. To learn more about Soraida and the art of Verdadism, visit www.soraida.com.
About Soraida Martinez
Soraida Martinez is known for creating the art style of Verdadism in 1992. Since 1986, Ms. Martinez has owned an art and design studio located In Southern New Jersey near Philadelphia. Ms. Martinez is a former member of the New Jersey State Council on the arts and she has been recognized as one of the 15 most prominent Hispanics helping shape the U.S. cultural scene.