Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month at NSU Art Museum
September 15 through October 15
NSU Art Museum is proud to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month now through October 15th. From being the only museum in South Florida to have a work by Frida Kahlo in its permanent collection to consistently featuring an array of Hispanic and Latin American exhibitions, NSU Art Museum is committed to emphasizing diversity and inclusion through the arts.
Some ways you can celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month at NSU Art Museum include experiencing the last days of I Paint My Reality: Surrealism in Latin America (through September 19, 2021), an exhibition that examines the flowering of the Surrealism Movement in Latin America, and viewing Self-portrait on Diary Page by Frida Kahlo, a piece in the Museum’s permanent collection that is a self-portrait by Kahlo drawn in her diary.
Upcoming exhibitions that highlight Hispanic and Latin American art include Margarita Cano (November 21, 2021 – February 13, 2022) that celebrates the life and work of Cuban-born, Miami-based artist Margarita Cano on the occasion of her 90th birthday, and The Art of Assemblage (November 21, 2021 – February 13, 2022) that includes works by Pablo Cano, Margarita’s son, who was inspired by his mother and his family’s transition from Cuba to America.