This is the 4th monthly presentation in a continuing series.
ROSA RAMIREZ GUERRERO is a Mexican American educator, artist and historian from El Paso, Texas. She founded the International Folklorico Dance Group and has also been active with work in the Catholic Church. Rosa has been called the "Dancing Missionary" in religious circles, and is also known for her multicultural dance programs which have been performed around the country and featured in a film called Tapestry. She was inducted into the Texas Women's Hall of Fame and has an El Paso school named after her. The unmistakable charm that Rosa possesses helps to inspire and encourage people of all ages that nothing is impossible. She maintains that the world must unite as a tapestry of cultures, each lending itself to better the other. Rosa says she is "not retired, but I'm recycled." Stay after the presentation at the International Museum Of Art for the FREE 2pm movie presented by the SUNSET FILM SOCIETY: THE MAN FROM SNOWY RIVER.