We Carry Inside Ourselves 

4:30 p.m. FREE, Tuesday, Aug. 27, Student Union Fine Arts Gallery, Boise State University, 1700 W. University Dr., Boise

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Ann M. Bell

It's tough to capture the vast beauty of the many Latinx cultures across the Americas in just 30 days, but every year, one exhibit does its best.

From Aug. 25 to Oct. 6, Boise State University will show works from local and regional Latinx artists. The name of the exhibit is derivative of a quote from Graciela Iturbide,

"...wherever we go we want to find the theme that we carry inside ourselves."

The exhibit seeks to represent artists outside of the stereotypes that are often seen in the media. We Carry Inside Ourselves defies the stereotypes and shows the human experience of Latinx people.

Admission is free for all students and community members. There is a reception for the exhibit on Tuesday, Aug. 27.

4:30 p.m. FREE, Tuesday, Aug. 27, Student Union Fine Arts Gallery, Boise State University, 1700 W. University Dr., Boise, boisestate.edu.

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