_OFCOLOR’s second annual Latino Art WKND is happening tomorrow Friday, September 16 through Sunday, September 18, at the Distribution Hall in East Austin! _OFCOLOR is an Austin-based art alliance set on creating inclusive spaces where artists of color can showcase their talents and creative work. The event will feature art from over 25 LatinX artists along with, “a variety of Latino makers and creatives offering food, goods, music, and dance!” Each day has its own special lineup of activities for fun for the whole family. Friday features a food tasting from Venezuela, Costa Rica, and Mexico, followed by an exclusive curator panel and live dance performances. Saturday will have local food trucks, a market for local makers, and an interactive art activation, and Sunday will end the celebration with a day of dancing and music, beginning with a Puerto Rican fusion brunch. All this is included and much much more! They offer passes for the whole weekend ($60), individual day/evening passes ($40), child discounts (free), or even adult daytime passes at just $15. You can purchase your tickets for the event here

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  • Camila Dejesus has been writing since she was a child and enjoys all forms from creative writing down to narrative analysis. She graduated from Brooklyn College with a bachelor's in Television and Radio Production and is working full-time at Latinitas Magazine. In her free time, she loves writing stories and doing creative projects such as water coloring or creating poem collections. However now, her greatest passion is trying to find new topics that will engage and inspire Latinx youth.