In a very happy tone, the City of Orlando launched the 7th Hispanic Heritage Month, celebrating the 500th Year Anniversary of the American Continent and State of Florida Discovery.
In a completely new event, different than in past years, the tone was set by a very happy audience and also with Art, Music, Culture and the Orlando City Soccer, the event showed a lot of the Hispanic Culture . The entire Art Gallery space was utilized to show the many artists and their work. Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer delivered his remarks, along with Commissioner Ortiz, all presented by a very special Mistress of Ceremony, Olga Aymat from Telemundo.
The Hispanic Artists that were chosen for the exhibition at the City Hall are.
Liliana Colón (Puerto Rico)
Martha Cabral (Colombia)
Juan Sepúlveda (Puerto Rico)
Francisco E. Sierra (Colombia)
Carolina Bermudez-Pelaez (Colombia)
Denisse Berlingeri (Puerto Rico)
Iván Riascos (México)
Fabián Donascimento (Chile)
Pedro Brull (Puerto Rico)
Richard Barrenchea (Uruguay)
Felipe Armando-Morales (Puerto Rico)
María Emma-Fernández (Colombia)
Carlos Alberto Quintero (Colombia)
Janis Núñez (México)
Sina Sutter (Cuba)
The Orlando City Soccer also showed their Hispanic roots with #1 Miguel Gallardo
and #3 Jonathan Mendoza,and the OCS Mascot, all present at the event, inviting everyone to be at their very important game on Saturday at 7:30 PM at the Citrus Bowl against The Charlotte Eagles.