Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to another episode of the Latinx Identity Project.
Today’s guest is Ender Martos, a Venezuelan born and Austin based award winning artist. Ender most recently won the 2019 Emma S. Barriento Mexican American Cultural Center Award of Excellence. As part of his award Ender was granted an opportunity to showcase his art at the cultural center. However, due to the pandemic, the presentation of his artwork to the public had to be done in a creative way.
In this episode we will learn about Ender’s journey as an artist and immigrant, the inspiration behind his art, and how he overcame the challenge of showcasing his work during a pandemic.
You can now check out Ender’s work by visiting his website: https://www.veintiuno.art/ .You can also check out some of the exhibition in person while it is available through March 2021 in front of the Mexican American Cultural Center in Austin, TX.
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Check out Ender's website at www.endermartos.com
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