Odelette Nance, Director of Multicultutal Affairs at Goshen College, Esperanza Gama,Mexican artist guest, and Liza Carreño Guedea, Director of the GC Library during the opening ceremony of “Faces of Ancient LatinAmerica” at Goshen College.


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Library Gallery to feature drawings and painting from Hispanic artist Esperanza Gama

Artwork tells the story of ancient Mexico in exhibit Sept. 4-Oct. 9

By Jennifer Rupp

GOSHEN, Ind. ­ Enter a world of Latin culture-inspired “magic realism” that symbolically represents significant people, events and emotions interpreted by artist Esperanza Gama. Gama will use her drawings and paintings to tell the story of ancient Mexico in “Faces of Ancient Latin America,” the first exhibit of the 2005-06 Library Gallery Series at Goshen College, on display Sept. 4 through Oct. 9.