Friday, September 18, 2009

Art + Food

The Hispanic Museum is a special gem of culture tucked far behind the neon lights of Vegas. It's less of a museum and more of a lot of great pieces of art throughout the city- most by Latino artists, all with Hispanic themes. A particular favorite of mine was a piece by Hector Silva in the Mix it Up exhibit; the background was a Mexican flag, the focus was a black and white sketch of a woman going into battle. Very cool.
Peruvian food is amazing, and if you've never tried it now you have the perfect excuse. Eat great food, support local arts- it doesn't get much better than that. Please go if you have the time!
Join us for Hispanic Museum of Nevada Day at
Mi Peru South
American Grill
Bring this flyer and eat at Mi Peru and Hispanic Museum of Nevada will receive 20% of your total ticket!
Sunday, September 20, 2009
11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
1450 W Horizon Ridge Pkwy. Suite B-314
Henderson NV 89052
Foothills Plaza, North West corner Stephanie and Horizon Ridge Pkwy.
(702) 220-4642
The Hispanic Museum of Nevada, a 501 (c3) non-profit organization was founded in 1991. The Hispanic Museum of Nevada is dedicated to promoting awareness, education and resources of the diverse Hispanic cultures and traditions to enhance intercultural understanding among community members.
For more information on The Hispanic Museum of Nevada and our upcoming events, please visit our website at or email us at

1 comment:

Ron said...

Cool. I love Mexican food, albeit, this is Peruvian, will try it, and save 20%. thanks