The Dalí Museum celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with a variety of unique programs inspired by Hispanic culture including lectures, tours, performances and more.
“One of the most fortunate things which has happened to me was that of being Spanish…” – Salvador Dalí
- Coffee with a Curator (Oct 5 at 10:30am): Join Dalí Museum Curator of Education Peter Tush to discuss the connections between Salvador Dalí and Hispanic Heritage. This event is free to all, but registration is required.
- Lecture: Latin America and Surrealism (Oct 6 at 6pm): Join Dr. Adriana Novoa, author and Associate Professor of Latin American History at the University of South Florida, for a lecture on the trajectory of the avant-gardes in Latin America. This event is free to all, but registration is required.
- Storytime at The Dalí (Sep 25 at 11am): Families with children can hear Museum volunteers read surreal stories celebrating Hispanic heritage, read in both English and Spanish. This event is free to all but ground floor tickets are required and are available here.
- DillyDally with Dalí (Sep 25 at 12pm): Children ages 6-11 can enjoy arts and crafts activities inspired by Hispanic heritage. This event is included with the price of admission. Online tickets are available here.
- Orilla Group (Sep 22 at 6pm): Paying tribute to the rich Hispanic musical heritage, this live musical performance by Orilla will feature classic and contemporary Spanish songs. Tickets are $5-10 and are available here.
- USF School of Music Vocal Ensembles (Oct 4 at 5pm): The Chamber Singers will perform a program of choral music celebrating Hispanic composers and Hispanic folk genres from a variety of Latin American countries. This event is free to all, but registration is required.
- Pop Up Tours (Sep 16, Sep 25, Oct 2, Oct 9 at 11:30am): Every Sunday during Hispanic Heritage Month, trained Dalí Museum docents share the works of Dalí through the lens of Hispanic Heritage. This event is included with the price of admission. Online tickets are available here.