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Sanctorum Staff Pick

When: Tue., April 24, 6-9 p.m. 2018
Price: Free
Considering the rich history of flamenco, one which includes Moorish, Jewish and Spanish influences, perhaps no other art form exemplifies the merging of cultures as well as this centuries-old genre. As part of the 22nd annual Multicultural Conference at San Antonio College, the flamenco dance troupe Arte y Pasión will present their latest production, Sanctorum. Featuring special guest dancer Pilar Andújar, who hails from Alicante, Spain, the project celebrates 300 years of cultural exchange in our city and will conclude with the internment of a “musical time capsule.” Along with Andújar, Sanctorum will also highlight the unique talents of local poet Andrea “Vocab” Sanderson and percussionist Jai Roots. Bringing together writers, artists, musicians and scholars, SAC’s Multicultural Conference and its many forums explore myriad issues within education and society. This year’s theme, which honors the city’s tricentennial celebration, is “300 Years of Encounters and Otherness.”


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