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Join MACLA/Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana at its first family art day event of the year- Sábado del Arte. Sábado del Arte will feature hands-on arts activities with renowned artists Cristina Velazquez and Daniel Panko, performance by Award-winning bilingual musician Victor Hugo Santos who plays original songs about numbers, animals, and colors and gallery tours provided by Joey Reyes, MACLA’s Curatorial Coordinator. All free and open to the public. MACLA suggests that you park at the 280 & South First Street lot.


Cristina Velazquez:

Cristina Velasquez normally makes work that repurposes discarded matter such as cardboard, clothing catalogs, and plastic and educates the public about issues surrounding landfill trash. Cristina Velazquez was born in Michoacán, Mexico and moved to California in 1987. She earned a BFA from San José State University. Her latest exhibitions include the Women’s History Month Art Exhibition at Foothill College, the 2012 Chicana/o Biennial at MACLA, Mainly by Unexpected Means, Cubberley Artists Studios Group Exhibition at the Meridian Gallery in San Francisco, Making Space, Euphrat Museum, De Anza College, Cupertino, First Family Show:

All in One, South First Billiards-Art Space, San Jose. She currently has her art studio in Palo Alto (Cubberly Artist Studios). She received an Encouragement Grant through the San José Creative Entrepreneur Project and her work is in private collections in Palo Alto, Mountain View, and San José, CA. For more information, visit:

Victor Hugo Santos:

Mr. Santos is a music instructor specializing in interactive children’s programs for age’s pre-k to 5th grade. Victor Hugo Santos was born in the city of Palaces, México City. Maestro Santos studied music at the Nation Institute of Fine Arts in Mexico City. He began his career as a music instructor in 1979 in the Ignacio Chavez and Republica de Finlandia schools, where he founded and directed children’s choruses and orchestras.

In California, Santos has worked as a music specialist since 1995 at River Glen Elementary School in San Jose, California and at several Bay Area schools, as well as for the non-profit Music for Minors. His unique music program, “Latin American Songs and Instruments for Children” reaches hundreds of youths every year.

Daniel Panko:

Daniel Panko is an art educator and artist. Born in Oakland and raised in the Bay area. Panko’s goal of art is to invoke within a person the limitless potential for self-expression and the power of giving life to an idea into a physical form for the world to experience, see and respond to. He earned a BFA from California College of the Arts.

His latest work include the Oakland Super Heroes Mural Project by Attitudinal Healing Connection, Inc. (AHC), which captures stories and super heroes evolved by youth. To view his work, visit:

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