New World Mural 1513 | Saturday October 26 2013

New World Mural 1513 Foundation will partner with the Gables Hispanic Cultural Foundation for their fourth annual ''Gables Hispanic Cultural Festival''. Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th , on Biltmore Way and Lejeune, Coral Gables.  Celebrating   Viva 500  with ''History through Art''.     The Tent will have a tri-panel canvas mural being raffled this year with the proceeds donated to Dade Heritage Trust

New World Mural 1513 Foundation will partner with the Gables Hispanic Cultural Foundation for their fourth annual ''Gables Hispanic Cultural Festival''. Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th , on Biltmore Way and Lejeune, Coral Gables. Celebrating Viva 500 with ''History through Art''. The Tent will have a tri-panel canvas mural being raffled this year with the proceeds donated to Dade Heritage Trust. We are inviting families to take their photos in front of the Viva 500 mural with Conquistador hats and Native American head wear. We invite everyone to sign our 'Thanks from Miami' canvas for State Secretary Detzner's office for their Viva 500 State wide program. There will be a Student Viva 500 History Quiz with prizes. Postcards and small posters of local Historical and original art celebrating the Viva 500 and Miami's unique Hispanic history from that date.Visit us at the Gables Hispanic Cultural Festival . We are celebrating ''Viva 500'' because..... Tequesta Miami was the first Native American settlement discovered by Ponce De Leon.


Date and Time:

8:00pm October 26, 2013 - October 27, 2013

Venue

Gables Hispanic Cultural Festival
Biltmore Way and Le Jeune Coral Gables
Coral Gables, FL 33139

Event Repeat Summary:

The Foundation's History through Art series continues this year with it's partnership with Dade Heritage Trust.The Primo Iventio Mural will have it's raffle drawing at the end of the year. The Foundation will continue to exhibit murals and programs related with the Viva 500 and the Gables Hispanic Cultural Foundation at next years Festival.The GHC Foundation has a very open and broad appeal that helps our History through Art project immensely as we promote the truth that Tequesta Miami was the first Native American settlement discovered by the Spanish expeditionary force led by Juan ponce De Leon in 1513. Primo Iventio--first discovered. Tequesta Miami mound town and it's Biscayne Bay Tequesta villages.

Contact Information:

Ana Bikic
miamiartreviews@gmail.com
7862390118

Website

www.newworldmural1513.com

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