The Illustrative History of Lotería | KCET
The Illustrative History of Lotería
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En Casa Con LA Plaza is a video series which features Mexican American and Latino culture through cooking demos, performances, lectures and events for kids.
Title: En Casa Con LA Plaza: Canciones de las Américas
Presented by: LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes
Originally Published: May 2020
Hosted by: Abelardo de la Peña Jr.
Guest: Dr. Gloria Arjona, lecturer at CalTech and cultural entertainer.
In this edition, Dr. Gloria Arjona gives a lively and entertaining introduction to one of México’s most popular board games, Lotería. She’ll explore its origins in medieval Italy and connection to the ancient Mesoamerican board game, Patolli. Enjoy a game Lotería following the presentation!
About LA Plaza de Cultura Y Artes
LA Plaza is an institution of stories that makes known the role of Mexicans, Mexican Americans, and all Latinos in shaping the past, present, and future of Los Angeles.
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About the Series
En Casa Con LA Plaza is a video series from LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, hosted by Abelardo de la Peña Jr. The thrice-weekly series offers a wide variety of programs, from cooking demos and performances to lectures and events for kids.
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