Marianne PMariana Prestigiacomo recently graduated UCSB where she majored in Sociology and Psychology. Upon graduating, she was awarded Cum Laude in Sociology and placed on the Dean’s list. In her spare time, she likes to hike, snowboard, write, eat sushi, and cuddle with an addicting book.

1At the Museum of Contemporary Art’s booth at Santa Barbara’s “Taste of Milpas” during Hispanic Heritage Month, visitors left with dirt on their hands and cans full of soil. Balloons marked Thai to Mexican restaurants and booths from wineries to art installations up and down Milpas street. Under the Museum’s tent, artist Alejandro Diaz exhibited a hands-on workshop called A Can for All Seasons II.

Tuesday, 08 October 2013 22:04

Performance Review: Cuna Negra & Blanca

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Flamenco dancer and choreographer Jesus Carmona is an athlete with heeled shoes. As part of Santa Barbara’s Flamenco Art Festival during last month's Hispanic Heritage Month, Barcelona native Carmona and company hit the Granada stage with his production Cuna Negra & Blanca (Black and White Cradle).