Un Río Dos Riveras: An afternoon with Guadalupe Rivera speaking about her father Diego Rivera
SUNDAY, JUNE 17 - 3PM (El Dia del Padre)
Join Brava! for Women in the Arts on the afternoon of Father’s Day for a conversation between KPOO’s Chelis López and Guadalupe Rivera Marín, the daughter of Diego Rivera, as she speaks about growing up with her famous father. The talk will conclude with a Q&A with the audience.
Please also join us post-show for a special reception with Guadalupe Rivera Marín in our Cabaret.
This event is bilingual and will be conducted in a mix of English and Spanish.
$50 – premium seating in the orchestra plus post-show reception with Guadalupe Rivera Marín in Brava’s Cabaret. (Please note that there are a limited number of tickets available for the reception.)
$30 – reserved seating in the orchestra
$25 – reserved seating in the mezzanine
GUADALUPE RIVERA MARÍN is Ph. D, lawyer, economist and defender of women's rights, and the daughter of renowned muralist Diego Rivera.
Ms. Rivera is the author of several books, including Un Río dos Riveras, the testimony of the relationship between a father and his daughter. In this book, Rivera writes about her father's feelings and moods; the anger and eccentricities of a genius of art, but also the sensitivity of a man who knew how to live up to the political and social circumstances of his time.
Guadalupe Rivera Marin is the Founder and Board Chair of the Diego Rivera Foundation and has been an Honorary Trustee at The Mexican Museum since September 2014. Currently Rivera is a university professor in Mexico and abroad.