AIGA Baltimore and the Society of Design Arts will host a Latino Design Histories reception at Tola's Room, an interactive Puerto Rican culture museum in Northeast Baltimore created by the Nuyorican artist Christina Delgado. Tola's Room is a cultural hub of Puerto Rican food, music, stories, and artifacts.
Enjoy Puerto Rican cuisine and learn about untold stories from the Borinquen island and its diaspora in Baltimore. Engage all of your senses during this interactive and cultural experience.
This is the first Latino Design Histories event in person, an opportunity for attendees from previous webinars, volunteers, supporters, and enthusiasts to meet and connect! Thank you to the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation for funding the 2022 Latino Design Histories season!
Tola's Room Tour
From 6:30-7:30 pm, Christina will give us a tour of the space and share a little bit about her process for creating the exhibition, a nostalgic Boricua curation from the heart and mind of a Nuyorican.
This is a private event, free of charge. Each guest can bring a plus one to share this experience with them. Register saving one or two tickets to guarantee your spot(s). This is a limited-capacity event. Priority will be given on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Street parking is limited. If you live in Baltimore City, we encourage you to consider using a ridesharing app, like Uber or Lift.
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