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Frida Kahlo: Crossing Borderlines with Dr. Gloria Arjona, Educator and Arts Advocate
Born to a German-Hungarian father and a Mexican mother with a strong Indigenous heritage, Frida Kahlo was a proud Mestiza who easily moved from her father’s European culture to that of her native Mexico. Fluent in German and English, Frida could transition with ease between these languages and Spanish to adapt to different situations and scenarios. Frida was also openly bisexual, and despite being a person with physical limitations, lived a plentiful life, creating her own fashion style and merging popular poetry, sayings, and corridos in her visual work.

In this multimedia lecture, educator and arts advocate Dr. Gloria Arjona highlights the multiple instances in which Frida Kahlo “crossed the line” by mixing languages, genres, disciplines, and her own life and art.

Apr 28, 2021 07:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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