In January 1998, anticipating the 1999 exhibition Diego Rivera: Art & Revolution, Parade the Circle looked for ways to forge deeper ties with Cleveland’s Hispanic community. Following a promising lead, parade artistic director Robin VanLear traveled to Puerto Rico to meet Pedro Adorno and his fledgling company Agua, Sol y Sereno (Water, Sun, and Mist). Pedro’s charisma, multi-dimensional talent, and passion for involving the community in the creative process was just what Parade the Circle needed to excite our Hispanic neighbors and engage them with the art museum through the venue of parade workshops.
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Francisco Goya, Salvator Rosa, and Albert Pinkham Ryder …