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SPC Announces 2017 HHM…

SPC welcomes all to attend its 2017 Hispanic Heritage Month lineup of three free programs in September and October.
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SPC Announces 2017 HHM Lineup

St. Philip’s College welcomes all to attend its 2017 Hispanic Heritage Month lineup of three free programs in September and October.

The highlights of the two-month observance are the 10th Anniversary edition of the college’s Best Tasting Salsa College Scholarship Competition in the new $11 million Turbon Student Center (Oct. 11), a Dream Act discussion with former congressman Henry Bonilla, and an exhibition of art by Elizabeth Elequin (Sept. 21 - All events are open to the public, and all are free for 2017, said college observance organizer Nina McGrath.

“Stimulating critical thinking, public understanding and appreciation for both Hispanic culture and student success are fundamental to the St. Philip’s College experience,” said McGrath. “While we are pleased to offer the challenging, competitive scholarship and professional development opportunity for local high school students that is our signature Hispanic Heritage Month program, the Best Tasting Salsa Scholarship Contest on Oct. 11, we are excited to welcome our featured artist Elizabeth Elequin back to the exhibit space at SPC,” McGrath said.

Here’s a brief look at the series calendar for 2017:

Sept. 21 | 10 a.m.
Elizabeth Elequin Art Exhibition Opening Ceremony and Reception
Lecture with question and answer and meet-the-artist session
In addition to a primitive style evocative of ancient arts, Elequin’s images of flower blossoms and fruit unite some of the robust colors associated with aspects of Hispanic culture. Her previous exhibits at SPC include Turn Your Face to the Sun: New Work by Elizabeth Elequin (2011), and Jewels of the Earth/Las joyas de la tierra, Paintings by Elizabeth Elequin (2009).
Morgan Gallery of the Watson Fine Arts Center | 1801 Martin Luther King Drive | Free

Sept. 28 | 11 a.m.
DACA changes for the Dream Act, lecture with The Honorable Henry Bonilla, former U.S. Congressman (1993–2007)
Lecture with question and answer and meet-the-statesman session
Heritage Room of the Campus Center building | 1801 Martin Luther King Drive | Free

Oct. 11 | 10 a.m.
Best Tasting Salsa College Scholarship Competition: 10th Anniversary Edition
Specialty food tasting during competition for scholarships to SPC with local high school chefs in a new $11 million building at SPC---the Turbon Student Center
Turbon Student Center | Second Floor (elevator accessible) | 1801 Martin Luther King Drive | Free

For details, contact observance committee chair Nina McGrath, director, Academy of Fine Arts and Community Liaison, at (210) 486-2704, and see the observance season online in September at