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BHCC Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month 2018

Hispanic Heritage Month 2018.  The Power of our Latinx Voices.  September 15 to October 15.

Exhibits for September 15 - October 15

¡Vive! Enduring Tradition, Photographs of Puerto Rico - Marilyn Rodriquez

Explore this display of contemporary images of Puerto Rico that capture its architecture, street culture and monuments.

Culinary Arts Dining Room, 4th Floor E Building
Charlestown Campus

¡Expresiones! The Painted World - Art by Zach Castro

Navigate through these vibrant, ecological and dream-like landscapes of the natural world and discover one artist’s vision of the power and beauty of our planet—both real and imagined.

Library and Learning Commons, 3rd Floor E Building
Charlestown Campus

¡Lee! - Hispanic Heritage Month Books

A display featuring works from the BHCC collection that highlight outstanding Latinx-Americans in science and the arts.

Library and Learning Commons, 3rd Floor E Building
Charlestown Campus

¡Aprender! Hispanic Heritage Month Research Guide

Learn more! Get acquainted with print and electronic resources available through the BHCC Library for the study of important contributions to Latinx history.


Events for Hispanic Heritage Month

¡Eschucha! An Evening with International Award Winning Filmmaker Oldren Romero

Join us for a screening and director’s talk on contemporary perspectives on Queer Latinx Cinema. Moderated by Patrick Jerome, Founder and Executive Director, Boston International Film Festival

Tuesday, September 18, 2018
6 p.m., A300 Lounge
Charlestown Campus

¡Piensa! Dream to Be Excellent - Channeling Your Ambition In Order to Overcome Imposed Identities.

Participate in this interactive workshop by educator and advocate Dr. Andrea I. Guzman Oliver as she uncovers strategies to overcoming personal barriers and achieving greater success.

Thursday, September 20 , 2018
1 p.m., C202
Charlestown Campus

¡Mi Voz!

Engage with Poet Leonardo Nin and BHCC Professor Carlos Maynard as they present a fusion of science and arts, examining current issues facing Latinx Men of Color in spoken word performance and group discussion.

Tuesday, September 25, 2018
6 p.m., Mary L. Fifield Gallery, 3rd Floor A Building
Charlestown Campus

¡Inspirate! Tres Vidas

Experience this dynamic theatrical event about the lives of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, Salvadoran peasant activist Rufina Amaya and Argentinean poet Alfonsina Storni; presented by Core Ensemble and performed with live music on stage. A question and answer period with the performers will conclude the program.

Thursday, September 27, 2018
1 p.m. A300 Auditorium
Charlestown Campus

¡Comparte! The Borderland of Language.

Connect with renowned Poet and Translator Rhina Espaillat as she examines the ways in which spoken and written language is organic, capable of change and deeply reflective of its speakers; from slang, to technical vocabularies, dialect and folk etymology, to poetry. With remarks by Professor Carla Santamaria

Thursday, October 11, 2018
1 p.m., C202
Charlestown Campus