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Hispanic Arts Council of St. Louis

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Hispanic Arts Council of St. Louis


PROMOTING THE EXCELLENCE OF THE HISPANIC CULTURE THROUGH ARTS & EDUCATION!

We are a 501 (c) (3) tax exempt organization. Thank you for contributing to our Latino Scholarship Fund!


HISPANIC ARTS & CULTURE CALENDAR FOR JULY/AUGUST 2014 

(Scroll down to see this month's events! Go to the top menu 'More,' click on 'Calendar'  and see what is coming under 'Upcoming Events'! Or just scroll down and click the link on 'Calendar of Events' on the right side menu)

MIT (MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY) IS OFFERING A FREE FLY-IN WEEKEND IMMERSION IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FOR RISING HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS THIS FALL, SEPTEMBER 21-23 & OCTOBER 5-7, ALL EXPENSES PAID!  APPLY NOW, DEADLINE IS JULY 28TH! 


The prestigious MIT Institute is pleased to invite rising seniors to apply to the Weekend Immersion in Science & Engineering (WISE), which will take place twice during the fall semester: Sunday, September 21st through Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014 and again from Sunday, October 5th through Tuesday, October 7th, 2014.

The WISE program is a 3-day campus visit experience for rising seniors who are interested in learning more about the academic, social, and cultural life of MIT students. WISE participants attend classes, visit laboratories, and have the opportunity to meet with MIT faculty, administrators, and staff. Current MIT students host WISE participants in their dorm rooms on campus. We offer two sessions of the WISE program, one in September and the other in October. All students who are selected for the WISE program will be fully funded to attend the program.

MIT has provided two opportunities to attend WISE to accommodate students' schedules. You will indicate which program you would like to be considered for on the WISE application.

If a student is interested in visiting MIT, but cannot participate in either program, they can participate in the Shadow-A-Student Program. Registration for a shadow visit is done online via a student's MyMIT account; please note, they must register for this program at least two weeks in advance of their visit. For more information about Shadow-A-Student, go to the Visiting Campus section of our website. If you have any questions about the weekend, please feel free to contact the program coordinators at wiseatmit@mit.edu or (617) 258-5526.


WISE Program FAQs

Who is eligible for the WISE program? Rising high school seniors

What are the application requirements?  Submit an online application and medical release form

What is the application deadline? July 28th

When is the WISE program taking place? Sept 21-Sept 23 and Oct 5-Oct 7.


For more information, visit:  http://wise.mitadmissions.org/index.html  and to submit an application visit: http://fs7.formsite.com/mitadmissions/wiseregistration/index.html



THE REGIONAL ARTS COMMISSION ANNOUNCES THE LAUNCH OF ITS NEW WEBSITE AND FIRST EVER ST. LOUIS MOST COMPREHENSIVE FREE ARTS CALENDAR MOBILE APP:  STLArts!

The Regional Arts Commission announces the launch of its new website www.racstl.org and first-ever events calendar mobile app, STL Arts. The STL Arts app will function as St. Louis’ single most comprehensive, on-the-go arts & culture calendar.  The STL Arts app is something St. Louis has never had. It brings together the fantastic arts and culture events in the region into a single, convenient place – your phone. Audiences and organizers alike benefit from its user-friendly features, including customizable and location-based search capabilities.

The STL Arts app's features include:

  • Finding events through the app is easy, via date, keyword, discipline, location, price
  • The search function is customizable. Specify options like date, keyword, discipline, location, price
  • Ticket information may be found through the app
  • Add app events to your phone’s native calendar to set reminders
  • The visual map function allows users to viewevents by location, and to get directions
    Events on the app can be shared easily through social media or email                                         The STL Arts app is the MOST COMPREHENSIVE arts and culture event app in the region
and the EASIEST way to find arts and culture events in the region
The STL Arts app is POWERED BY RAC, the largest annual funder of arts and culture in the region. The STL Arts app will enhance the PROMINENCE OF ARTS AND CULTURE IN THE REGION helping St. Louisians get access to adults, youth and kids arts and culture events and activities every day in the city.   For more information, visit: http://racstl.org/




 CINEMA ST. LOUIS PRESENTS THE 'II ANNUAL ST. LOUIS INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN'S FILM FESTIVAL'  FROM AUGUST 1st TO 3rd AND AUGUST 8th TO 10th AT DIFFERENT VENUES, INCLUDING THE URUGUAYAN ANIMATED FILM 'ANITA,' ON SUNDAY AUGUST 3rd AT 3:30PM AT ST. LOUIS CENTRAL LIBRARY.  FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! 
 
Cinema St. Louis (CSL) announces the Second Annual St. Louis International Children’s
Film Festival (SLIFF/Kids), presented by PNC Arts Alive. SLIFF/Kids is one of only 10 St. Louis arts programs selected for a PNC Arts Alive grant in 2014. SLIFF/Kids features 19 film programs on the fest’s two weekends (Aug. 1-3 and Aug. 8-10). The different venues include the St. Louis Public Library, COCA, Saint Louis Art Museum, Webster University, Lindenwood University, and Wildey Theatre (in Edwardsville, Ill.). All film programs are free. The Uruguayan film 'Anina' will be shown FREE as part of Cinema St. Louis’  on Sunday, August 3rd at 3:30pm at the St. Louis Central Library. 
Among the 19 films featured in the Festival, there is 'Anina', a film from Uruguay, 2013, 80 min., animated, in Spanish with English subtitles. The film tells the story of ta en-year-old girl Anina Yatay Salas who doesn’t like her name. It’s a triple palindrome – each of her three names reads the same both forward and backward – and its unusual nature is the cause of teasing in the school playground. When Anina and archenemy Yisel exchange taunts after an accident, the two girls fight and are sent to the principal for discipline. But instead of receiving their punishment immediately, each of the pair is given a sealed envelope and told to return it unopened in a week’s time. As the days pass and anxiety mounts over what the envelope contains, Anina finds that the shared experience unites her with Yisel, and she comes to realize that people often hide from their problems by pretending to be something they’re not. For more information, visit:   2nd Annual SLIFF/Kids Children’s Film Festival . TO DOWNLOAD THE PRESS RELEASE, CLICK HERE!





CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS FOR THE INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE 'FESTIVAL OF NATIONS' AT TOWER GROVE PARK ON AUGUST 23 $ 24, 2014!

The International Institute will be hosting its annual multi-cultural event this upcoming August 23 & 24 in Tower Grove Park. The Institute is calling for volunteers to fulfill their need of over 700 volunteers to help sell drinks and merchandise, welcome guests, conduct market research, assist artists, etc. Each volunteer gets a free shirt and drink. There will be food and drink, music, dance and art from around the globe so this could be a fun social outing as well as a community service opportunity. For more information on the Festival visit http://www.festivalofnationsstl.org/. If you would like to register as a volunteer, visit the online registration platform at:   http://iistl.volunteerlocal.com/volunteer/?id=4480  where you can read about the different volunteer jobs and time shifts. If you would like to volunteer as a group, you can either use the website to sign up or contact Emily Ratchford, Volunteer & Community Relations Specialist at the  International Institute of St. Louis by phone: (314) 773-9090 ext. 169  or email at:

ratchforde@iistl.org  directly. 

The Festival of Nations will take place at Tower Grove Park on Saturday, August 23 from 10am  to 7pm & on Sunday, August 24, from 10am to 6pm. The festival is  the region’s premier multicultural celebration, featuring over 40 ethnic food booths, non-stop dance and music, arts and crafts, and an international bazaar with unique gifts from around the world. Admission is Free!

Tower Grove Park is located near Grand and Arsenal on the City's South Side,  only steps away from St. Louis' famed International District! A Shuttle service will provide complimentary rides on designated routes during opening hours. Parking is available in the park and at lots and streets in surrounding neighborhoods.  For more information, visit  http://www.festivalofnationsstl.org/


THE VENEZUELAN ASSOCIATION IN MISSOURI INVITES MEMBERS & FRIENDS TO THE ANNUAL 'AREPAZO' ON SATURDAY AUGUST 23 AT 2PM AT THE MULTIPURPOSE ROOM IN CREVE COEUR CENTER.

AVMO invites members and friend to the annual 'Venezuelan Arepazo' on Saturday August 23 starting at 2 PM until 7 PM, at the Multipurpose Room in Creve Couer Center, located at 300 n New Ballas Rd. St. Louis, MO 63141. For more information please see flyer attached. There will be food, drinks, games, music, and it would be fun. Please, RSVP by August 15, 2014 contacting the organization at avmostl@gmail.com. The AVMO address is: Venezuelan Association in MO – PO Box 50221, St. Louis, MO 63105. Visit the website www.avmo.org for more information.


SCHOLARSHIPS FOR HISPANIC STUDENTS 

SEARCH FOR SCHOLARSHIP MONEY AT THE HISPANIC ARTS COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP CALENDAR WITH DOZENS OF NEW SCHOLARSHIPS JUST UPDATED FOR  THE MONTH OF  AUGUST 2014 DEADLINE! GET MONEY FOR COLLEGE EVERY MONTH FOR DACA AND AMERICAN  HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS AND COLLEGE STUDENTS


Go to www.hispanicartscouncilstl.org and click on SCHOLARSHIPS on the upper menu and then on 'Scholarship Calendar' months of  AUGUST  to see all the available scholarships. Take advantage of this month by month scholarship calendar, constantly being updated. Get money for college! 


THE HISPANIC ARTS COUNCIL OF ST. LOUIS, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH LAMBDA THETA NU SORORITY INC., CALLS FOR HISPANIC COLLEGE FEMALE STUDENTS TO APPLY FOR THE 2014 LAMBDA THETA NU SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM. DEADLINE IS AUGUST 15TH, 2014!  


The Hispanic Arts Council of St. Louis, in partnership calls for Hispanic female college students to apply to the 2014 Lambda Theta Nu Scholarship. The 2014 Lambda Theta Nu Scholarship is offered as a onetime scholarship by the Hispanic Arts Council of St. Louis, in partnership with the national organization Lambda Theta Nu Sorority, Inc dedicated to support Latinas in college. The scholarship program will benefit students on merit requiring a minimum 3.0 GPA and on financial need, requiring a minimum 2.5 GPA. 


The Hispanic Arts Council of St. Louis was awarded a grant for these scholarships through the Tijeras Grant Program, which is awarded to a non-profit organization that addresses educational opportunities for Latino/as. We are grateful to Lambda Theta Nu Sorority, Inc. for its generosity. The goal of this scholarship program is to benefit 5 Hispanic female college students with $1,000.00 scholarship each to further their college studies.


Eligibility requirements:

1. Applicant must be a Hispanic female student currently attending an accredited non-profit higher education institution in the U.S., such as a four year college, a community college or a trade/technical college;

2. Applicant must have a minimum 2.5 GPA;

3. Applicant must be already attending a higher education institution, either part-time or full-time. High school graduates starting in the fall of 2014 CANNOT APPLY;

4. Applicant must be enrolled in at least three credits each semester;

5. Applicant must be a resident of the St. Louis area, Missouri; and,

6. Applicant must be Hispanic and have at least one grandparent of Hispanic descent.


TO DOWNLOAD APPLICATION IN WORD FORMAT TO BE EMAILED, PLEASE, CLICK HERE! . TO DOWNLOAD APPLICATION IN PDF FORMAT TO BE MAILED, CLICK HERE!  For more information, please, call HAC at 314-863-0570 or email at hispanicartscouncilstl@gmail.com.


THE MEXICAN CULTURAL SOCIETY IN ST LOUIS OFFERS ITS ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIPS TO LATINO STUDENTS DEADLINE IS AUGUST 1ST.


The Mexican Cultural Society in St. Louis is offering its annual scholarships to Hispanic high school  seniors entering college in Fall 2014 or Hispanic college students already attending an accredited college in Fall 2014. Scholarships required a minimum of a 3.0 GPA and the award amount varies being a minimum of $500 up to $1,500. To apply, DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION & REQUIREMENTS CLICKING HERE. Submission of application & required documentation must be done by email to Ms. Gloria Serrano Hansen at  Gloria63367@gmail.com. For more information, please call Ms. Serrano Hansen at : (636) 795-8854


TENBRIDGE GROUP (BROKER FISH)  INTERNATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE CO. IS OFFERING A  2015 SCHOLARSHIP TO HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES  ENTERING COLLEGE IN THE FALL OF 2014 AND COLLEGE STUDENTS OF ALL NATIONALITIES TO FURTHER THEIR HIGHER EDUCATION STUDIES.  APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE NOW!

The healthcare company, Tenbridge Group (BrokerFish) has a scholarship opportunity for high school seniors entering college in the fall of 2014 and college students. The scholarship is now open so all students with interests in obtaining financial aid are encouraged to apply. The 2015 BrokerFish Scholarship for University Students  will award $1,000 and will be available in spring 2015 to students who are currently pursuing any university degree. Applicants must be full-time students of any nationality who are pursuing an undergraduate "degree", "diploma" or equivalent program by an accredited institution of higher education. Applicants must submit three things: an essay, a photograph related to the essay and proof of college enrollment. Application must be done online visiting:   https://www.brokerfish.com/2015-spring-university-scholarship . Materials for application should be sent through email to scholarships@brokerfish.com with subject line: "2015 BrokerFish Spring Scholarship"

FREE SCHOLARSHIP COACH BOOKLET FROM SCHOLARSHIP AMERICA AVAILABLE AT HISPANICARTSCOUNCILSTL.ORG NOW!

As you and your family work to pay for college, you've probably learned that the scholarship search is a process that never ends -- there are always new opportunities, new awards and new criteria to learn about. Explore the Hispanic Arts Council of St. Louis to download your free Scholarship Coach Booklet and take a look to the Scholarship Calendar to see what is available for Latino students every month. 

The Scholarship Coach, Volume 5 from Scholarship America now available! The new ebook includes advice on getting prepared, using your summer downtime productively, finding scholarships that match your unique passions, and more. TO DOWNLOAD THE FREE EBOOK, CLICK HERE!   OR  YOU CAN ALSO VISIT:
http://info.scholarshipamerica.org/free-scholarship-coach-ebook




WE ARE PROUD TO WORK WITH:



WE ARE PROUD TO HAVE AS OUR SPONSORS:

Anheuser-Busch Co. and Lambda Theta Nu Sorority Inc. are our main sponsors at the 'Benefactores' level.


WE ARE PROUD TO HAVE AS PARTNERS:


The Sheldon Concert Hall has been our partner since 1998!


The Classical Guitar Society of St. Louis has been partnering with HAC for many years now.

SEE THE LIST OF ALL OUR SPONSORS, PARTNERS AND FRIENDS click here!





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HAC Season 2014-2015

Hispanic Calendar of Events

DO YOU WANT TO PLAN A WEEKEND? LOOKING FOR HISPANIC MUSIC CONCERTS, ART OR CULTURAL EVENTS IN ADVANCE? CLICK HERE! CHECK OUT OUR MONTHLY 2014 CALENDAR 

EXPLORE OTHER ARTS & CULTURE EVENTS IN ST. LOUIS THROUGH THE REGIONAL ARTS COMMISSION FREE CALENDAR VISITING http://racstl.org/events/ OR DOWNLOAD  THE 'STLArts' FREE APP FOR YOUR MOBILE PHONE OR TABLET.

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Universidad YA!/ College NOW! 

Higher Education Initiative for Latino Youth in St. Louis!

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SCHOLARSHIPS FOR LATINOS!

EXPLORE OUR SCHOLARSHIP CALENDAR WITH DEADLINES BY MONTH! GET MONEY FOR COLLEGE! CLICK HERE!

UNIVERSIDAD YA!/COLLEGE NOW! HIGHER EDUCATION INITIATIVE OF THE HISPANIC ARTS COUNCIL OF ST. LOUIS WAS FEATURED IN THE NINE NETWORK VIDEO OF THE AMERICAN GRADUATE LATINO NEW SITE! TAKE A LOOK AT THE VIDEO IN SPANISH BELOW OR VISIT THE AMERICAN GRADUATE LATINO NEW SITE WITH INFORMATION IN ENGLISH AND SPANISH TO HELP YOUNG UNDESERVED LATINO STUDENTS TO FINISH HIGH SCHOOL AND GET ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION.


LATEST NEWS!


PRESIDENT OF THE HISPANIC ARTS COUNCIL OF ST. LOUIS RECEIVES 'ST. LOUIS 2014 WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT' AWARD ALONG WITH NINE MORE WOMEN IN ST. LOUIS DEDICATED TO COMMUNITY SERVICE. 


Virginia Braxs (Cultural Enrichment)

Through Virginia Braxs’ leadership, St. Louis has become a more inclusive, richer community, embracing more cultures in its increasingly diverse society.

Originally from Argentina, Braxs moved to St. Louis in 1988 to pursue her own higher education. And she has gone on to help countless others achieve their academic dreams. Braxs is a former faculty member at University of Missouri-St. Louis and Webster University, and a current professor of Spanish, Latin American art history, and medical Spanish and social work at Washington University. But her work extends far beyond the university walls. Through one after-school program, she and her Washington University students travel to South County twice a week to assist dozens of Latino kids with college preparation.

And with her role as president of the Hispanic Arts Council of St. Louis, Braxs is promoting arts and education for the Latino culture even further. The group hosts cultural festivals, Hispanic concerts at The Sheldon Concert Hall and Latino art exhibits at The Sheldon Art Galleries to encourage inclusion and ethnic enrichment. In addition, the council’s higher education initiative, Universidad YA! (College NOW!), focuses on helping students and parents, who may not speak English, with college preparation, including a bilingual college fair each fall. “Education is the key to being able to contribute fully to society, so our goal is to empower Hispanic youth to be able to access higher education,” Braxs notes. “We are like the cultural bridge to empower the parents with the knowledge of the American education system, so they can help their kids.”

Braxs encourages the community to have an open mind to other cultures. “St. Louis has become a very diverse city very quickly, and knowledge is the best way to understand different ethnic groups, races, cultures and languages.” Attend a cultural festival or show, or contribute to a college scholarship fund for underserved Latino students, she says. “There’s always a way, if there is a will. If you elevate someone else, you are really elevating the whole community.” Visit www.woastl.org to read more about Ms. Braxs. The WOA organization will award the '2014 St. Louis Women of Achievement' award in a luncheon at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel on May 15th. Tickets are available online at www.woastl.org


Adapted from  the Ladue News article on April 4th, 2014:  http://www.laduenews.com/society/charities-nonprofits/the-class-of-women-of-achievement/article_f9d7e412-548a-5e15-8c47-c0fc21198845.html


THE NATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF LATINA COLLEGE WOMEN 'LAMBDA THETA NU SORORITY, INC.' HAS AWARDED THE HISPANIC ARTS COUNCIL THE 'TIJERAS GRANT' TO SUPPORT THE Universidad YA! PROJECTS ON LATINO HIGHER EDUCATION.

On Saturday March 8th, 2014, the national organization of Latina women 'Lambda Theta Nu Sorority, Inc. awarded the Tijeras Grant to the Hispanic Arts Council of St. Louis, to support the Universidad YA!/College NOW! Latino higher education projects. The Tijeras (scissors) Grant's mission is 'cutting through to enhance educational opportunities for Latinos' which fits perfectly with Universidad YA! higher education project to provide college access to undeserved Latino youth regardless their immigration status. The $14,000.00 Tijeras Grant will benefit HAC Hispanic College Fairs, will allow the creation of the 'HAC - Lambda Theta Nu Scholarship' for Latino college students & assist the Universidad YA! workshops, presentations and publication of bilingual booklets on the road to college access in the U.S. The Hispanic Arts Concil of St. Louis is honored, grateful and proud to have the support and partnership of Lambda Theta Nu Sorority, Inc. 


In the pictures, below, Lambda Theta Nu National Chair, Anaka Rivera, is presenting the Tijeras Grant big check to Ms. Virginia Braxs, President of the Hispanic Arts Council of St. Louis.
 See the picture gallery of the event, CLICK HERE!


UNIVERSIDAD YA! OFFERED THE ROAD MAP TO COLLEGE WORKSHOP FOR 45 9-12 GRADE HIGH SCHOOL LATINO STUDENTS ON MARCH 6TH 2014 AT WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS. THANKS PATTONVILLE STUDENTS & STAFF FOR A WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE!






ST. LOUIS HISPANIC RESOURCES

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 A LIST OF ST. LOUIS RESOURCES FOR THE HISPANIC COMMUNITY.



Films, Documentaries, Academic Articles, TV & Radio Programs on Latin America &  Hispanics in the U.S.

Read serious academic articles on Hispanics in the U.S., listen to NPR & BBC programs, watch online videos, explore a list of films & documentaries, watch interviews of Hispanic leaders in the U.S. from PBS, HBO, CNN and other serious sources,  & learn more on diversity in America. Explore our new sections under the 'MORE' top menu of our homepage! Click HERE  for Films & Documentaries; Click HERE for TV & Radio Programs & Click HERE to read more about Academic Articles on Latinos in the U.S. Enjoy!


RECURRENT EVENTS

THE GROUP 'AMISTAD HISPANOHABLANTE' AN OPEN GROUP DEDICATED TO PRACTICE THE SPANISH LANGUAGE EVERY TWO WEDNESDAY EACH MONTH, INVITE EVERY ONE, WHO WOULD LIKE TO DO JUST THAT, TO JOIN THEM AT CHEVYS RESTAURANT ON OLIVE, WEST OF I-170.  FOR MORE INFORMATION , SEE THE SCHEDULE AND WATCH PICTURES, VISIT:  http://www.ese.wustl.edu/~mukai/pers/Amistad/




THE HISPANIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PRESENTS:


SMALL BUSINESS ASSISTANCE

Every Tuesday, a bilingual SMALL BUSINESS MENTOR is available by appointment at 314-664-4432 to answer questions about your small business issues or to assist with business start-up. Mentors are provided by SCORE and sponsored by the US Small Business Administration. For more information, contact the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan St. Louis at 3611 South Grand Blvd. Suite 105 St. Louis, MO 63118. Phone: 314-664-4432. Se Habla Español.  

BUSINESS TO BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE

Join the HCC Tuesdays from 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm at the Business to Business Roundtable, where business owners and entrepreneurs can come and make connections and find new outlets for their services. The roundtable is looking for people who are in the construction, real estate, and IT industry.  For more information, contact the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan St. Louis at 3611 South Grand Blvd. Suite 105 St. Louis, MO 63118. Phone: 314-664-4432 . Se Habla Español. 

'PLAZA COMUNITARIA ARTE ROJO' OFFERS OFFICIAL ONLINE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS IN SPANISH FROM THE MEXICAN MINISTRY OF EDUCATION TO MEXICAN CITIZENS WHO WOULD LIKE TO CONTINUE OR FINISH THEIR EDUCATION AT THE PRIMARY, SECONDARY, COLLEGE & GRADUATE MASTER LEVELS. FLEXIBLE SCHEDULES, OFFICIAL DEGREES FROM THE MEXICAN MINISTRY OF EDUCATION! REGISTRATION OPEN NOW!

'Plaza Comunitaria Arte Rojo' offers official online educational programs in Spanish from the Mexican Ministry of Education to Mexican citizens who would like to continue or finish their education at the primary, secondary, college or graduate levels (Maestria). The program is for people 15 years or older. Flexible classes schedule in the morning or afternoon, day care offered as well during the class time. The curriculum follows the Mexican education system, and offers official degrees. There as well other classes offered by Plaza Comunitaria Arte Rojo, like ESL, computer and arts & craft classes. New groups can be open according to the number of people who register. Open all year long! For more information, please, contact Mrs. Leticia Seitz, Plaza Comunitaria Arte Rojo at 314-874-6833 or through email at Arterojostl@gmail.com. Download flier in Spanish here!