Dr. Guadalupe Rivera Marín is the founder and
board chair of the Diego Rivera Foundation, a former member of the Mexican
congress and diplomatic corps, and a passionate advocate for
Her father carried a pistol, was Mexico's leading
Communist and the world's best-known muralist. Her mother was an
avant garde novelist. Her home was filled with people such as artist
Frida Kahlo, revolutionary and political refugee Leon Trotsky,
movie star Paulette Goddard, and photographer and Stalinist spy Tina
In her first Portland visit, she will discuss her
childhood in the Rivera household as captured in her new book,
"Diego Rivera the Red."
She will also discuss the importance of public art in giving
voice to the powerless and creating social change.
Sunday, September 18
7 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.)
First Congregational Church
1126 SW Park Ave., Portland
Suggested Donation: $10-$25
Call 503-239-4991 for advanced tickets.
Books will be on sale and available for signing.
A benefit for The Portland Alliance.
Monday, September 19, 7 p.m.
A Spanish Language Presentation
St. Andrew Catholic Church
NE Alberta St. & 9th Ave.
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