THANK YOU! İ MIL GRACIAS!
On November 1, 2021 we held the Hispanic Heritage Month Closing Ceremony 32nd Annual Awards with keynote speaker: Alejandra Y. Castillo, U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development. First, we want to congratulate all award winners! Second, we want to thank all the departments, units and individuals that continue to supported the HHM closing ceremony by attending and/or buying tables and those that supported all the programs through the month celebration.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS 2021
STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY PROUDLY CELEBRATES HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH
Throughout Hispanic Heritage Month, SBU will showcase community leaders, faculty, staff and students around significant themes in Latinx culture. During these challenging times with the ongoing pandemic, racial unrest and political divide, SBU’s celebration will focus on stories and experiences of this year’s theme: “Dos Mundos: Reconstructing Narratives / Dos Mundos: Reconstruyendo Narrativas ” . It’s an encouragement not just to look back and celebrate the past, but to honor the journey with all its painful identities, surprises, and resilience that now paves the path and bridges two worlds.
JUNE 21 - OCTOBER 30, 2021
DOS MUNDOS: (RE) CONSTRUCTING narratives - ART EXHIBIT
Zuccaire Gallery, 1st Floor Staller Center
This photography exhibition is on view at the Zuccaire Gallery through October 30. Hours: Monday-Friday 12-4pm and evenings of most Staller Center Performances. A SUNY-traveling exhibition organized by En Foco , Curated by Juanita Lanzo & Stephanie Lindquist. Presenting nearly 40 photographs by 12 artists of color who explore issues of struggle, migration and representation. For more information click HERE.
THURSDAY, SEptember 16, 2021
latino Medical Student Association + Medical Terminilogy general meeting
@ 6:00 -7:00 PM in SAC 302
For more information please contact, Kimberly Jimenez.
SATURDAY, SEptember 18, 2021
SALSA dance night
@ 7:00 PM in SAC ballroom
Sponsored by Student Engagement & Activities (SEA), Jubile Latino and the Ballroom Dance Club. P lease contact, Isaiah Daniel.
Wednesday, September 22, 2021
LACS Ciclo de Chile
Eric Zolov and Terri Gordon-Zolov, "
¡Chile Despertó!: Political Graphics of the 2019-2020 Social Uprising"
@ 4:30 PM in LACS Gallery (SBS N-320)
MONDAY, september 27, 2021
DOS MUNDOS: (RE) CONSTRUCTING narratives - panel discussion
@ 2:45 PM in Zuccaire Gallery, 1st Fl Staller Center
Join the Zuccaire Gallery for a panel discussion featuring artists Tau Battice, Laylah Amatullah Barrayn, and Cinthya Santos-Briones as well as curator Juanita Lanzo as they discuss their work in the exhibition Dos Mundos: (Re) Constructing Narratives. Moderated by History Professor Lori Flores. For more information, click HERE.
WEDNESDAY, september 29, 2021
SPANISH CONVERSATION GRFOUP:
@ 1:00 PM in Humanities room 2029
Practice your Spanish in an informal and relaxed atmosphere! We meet every Wednesday, 1-2pm, at Humanities Faculty Staff Lounge #2029. All levels are welcome!
Sponsored by Latino Medical Students Association. For more information please contact, Kimberly Jimenez.
friday, october 1, 2021
BIBLIOTECAS UNIVERSITARIAS CELEBRA EL MES DE LA HERENCIA / UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES CELEBRATES
HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH
@ 8:30 am -4:00 PM; additional dates:oct. 4, 6 & 8
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with University Libraries. Stop by the Central Reading Room and see just a few of the items we recommend from our collection! Like what you see? Post a pic to social media, tag us @sbulibraries and you could win a prize! For more information on days and times, please go to the library website.
tuesDAY, october 5, 2021
guest chef julieta BAllesteros
@ 11am-2pm in East Side Dine-In
@ 4pm-7pm in West Side Dine-In
Come and enjoy Chef Ballesteros special menu at both East side and West side dine-ins. In collaboration with the Faculty Student Association.
wednesdaY, OCTOBER 6, 2021
annual hispanic heritage month opening ceremony
@ 1:00 -2:30 PM in paul W. Zuccaire Gallery
Please join us as we celebrate the 32nd Annual Hispanic Heritage Month Opening Ceremony. Featuring Dos Mundos artists Erika Morillo and Danny Peralta, student performances, food and festivities. Open to Stony Brook University faculty, staff, and students . Registration is now closed.
Come and enjoy Chef Reyes special menu at East side dine-in. In collaboration with the Faculty Student Association.
On the menu: Peruvian Roasted Chicken .Sponsored by the Faculty Student Association.
A panel on the GLQ Issue on Cuir/Queer Americas: Translation, Decoloniality, and the Incommmensurable. Via Zoom.
MONday, OCTOBER 18, 2021
LACS at the movie - Film SCreening
6 PM at LACS Gallery (SBS N-320)
Join us for a screening + discussion of Pan's Labyrinth (Guillermo del Toro, 2006). Popcorn, refreshments, chocolates and discussion on us! Tell students and friends! Introduced by PhD candidate Jesús Jiménez Valdés (Hispanic Languages and Literature).
FRIday, OCTOBER 22, 2021
Cuban Poster Art and the Spirit of revolution by lincoln Cushing
3 PM via Zoom
Zoom Lecture by Lincoln Cushing, Artist, Archivist and Authorartist, archivist and author. Moderated by Eric Zolov. Sponsored by Zuccaire Gallery, Staller Center for the Arts at Stony Brook University and HISB. Zoom registration required . You need to register by Oct 21. For more information HERE.
It begins at 1:00 PM at the Wang Center, then 1:30 PM at the Zuccaire Gallery. Free tours of campus art galleries. Click here for details.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2021
DEADLINE EXTENDED -
HHM AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIPS
WEDNEsday, OCTOBER 27, 2021
paint & Chat: beyond hispanic - experiences of mixed latinx heritage
0 -10:00 PM in SAC 304
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, The UNITI Cultural Center (UCC) presents a Paint & Chat. This event will feature a DIY paint activity accompanied by a discussion about living in Dos Mundos (Two Worlds) and the experiences of students who identify with Mixed Latinx Heritage. All materials, Light Refreshments and Snacks provided. Please RSVP.
thursday, OCTOBER 28, 2021
UCC COFFEE HOUR - A TASTE of LATIN AMERICA
00 -6:00 PM IN SAC Ballroom A
Join the Office of Multicultural Affairs and UNITI Cultural Center in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. The event will feature coffee samples from Latin America which students can enjoy while meeting new people or just enjoy a break from classes with FREE COFFEE. Please RSVP.
thursday, OCTOBER 28, 2021
artist talk: antonio pulgarin
00 PM on ZOOM
Join the Zuccaire Gallery and the Art History Graduate Student Organization for a virtual artist talk featuring Antonio Pulgarin. Antonio Pulgarin is a Colombian-American lens-based artist who utilizes photography, photographic collage, and mixed media in his practice. Selections from Pulgarin's series "Fragments of the Masculine" are featured in the Zuccaire Gallery's current exhibition, Dos Mundos (Re)Constructing Narratives. The work looks at themes of cultural and queer identify, memory, and displacement. Each image in the series presents a deconstructed version of original archival images as the artist interprets them, incorporating cultural materials and the colors of the Colombian flag. CLICK HERE to register and receive the Zoom link
FRIday, OCTOBER 29, 2021
¿Me entiende? Understanding the Hispanic Patient
00 - 1:30 PM on Zoom
A presentation led by Elena Davidiak (Hispanic Laguages and Litarature) and discussion of testimonials by native Spanish speakers. Interactive workshop for stduents and medical personnel. Zoom | Meeting ID: 96592112979; Passcode: Pxe8ED1m
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, join us at Club Red for a meet & greet opportunity. Co-sponsors are as follows: Union Universitatias Latinoamericana (UUL), Hispanic Heritage Month Planning Committee (HHM), Latin American and Caribbean Studies (LACS), Hispanic Languages & Literature (HHL), The Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives (Office of Chief Diversity Officer).
Friday, OCTOBER 29, 2021
FUNDRAISER: BaSKET RAFFLE -
The Hispanic Heritage Month planning committee will begin to accept donations for this year's fundariser. Donation drop off location is SAC room 222. Single items donations or fully stocked baskets are welcomed. The raffle will take place on Monday, November 1 at 3-5 PM in SAC Ballroom A. You don't want to miss it!!! For more information on donations, please contact this email.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2021
Días de los Muertos
@ 2:00 PM in LACS Gallery
Join us for opening of the Altar @ 2PM and for the s creening of the film Coco (2017) @ 5 PM in LACS Gallery (SBS N-320).
mondAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2021
HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH CLOSING CEREMONY 32nd ANNUAL AWARDS with keynote speaker:
alejandra Y. Castillo
@ 3-5 PM in SAC Ballroom A
Please join us as we celebrate and recognize the achievements and contributions of Faculty, Staff, and Students at our 32nd Annual Hispanic Heritage Month Closing Ceremony with keynote speaker, Alejandra Y. Castillo, U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development . Event is open to all. A traditional dinner will be served. For ticket $ information, click HERE.
WednesdAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2021
Días de los Muertos
@ 1:00 PM in LACS Gallery
Join us as LACS Café joins Hispanic Languages and Literature Café Latino for a Día de los Muertos celebration with pan de muerto, tamales and chocolate. Announcement and reading of the Calaveritas Contest. LACS Gallery (SBS N-320).