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Women in Art: Arte Americas, the largest non-profit Latino cultural center in Central California has opened an exhibition titled "Two Degrees of Separation: An International Sisterhood of Women Artists." The exhibition will be on view through May 22, and is the second stage of a five-year project. The show was originally conceptualized in response to the fact that despite nearly thirty years of the organization's ongoing commitment to uplifting women, it had not presented an exhibition that specifically celebrated the works of women artists. Executive Director Frank Delgado chats with host Graciela Moreno about the exhibit.

Two Degrees of Separation
An International Sisterhood of Women Artists
Now to May 22
http://www.arteamericas.org/
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Si Se Puede: The conference encouraging Latino boys to pursue higher education. Guest speakers talk about different careers.

Coming Home: Fresno State's new executive director of governmental relations talks about returning to his alma mater. Larry Salinas graduated from Fresno High and is a 1986 graduate of Fresno State. He is the former governmental relations head at UC Merced.
Governmental relations provides the opportunity "to share the amazing things that our higher education institutions do for students and the state," Salinas said. "I get to come to work every day and be amazed by the dedication and talent of the people I work with. It's so vital that elected officials know of these tremendous contributions."

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League Of Mexican American Women Scholarship
The Fresno County League of Mexican American Women is offering scholarships.
Application Deadline: March 17
(559) 312-5339
http://lmawscholarship.weebly.com/

Making Sweet Music: A Central Valley man creates flamenco guitars. David Macias talks to reporter Amanda Venegas about his specialized work.

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Success on and off the Court-The Fresno State Women's Basketball team enjoyed a winning season. It's 6-foot-3 Sophomore center Bego Faz Davalos was a big part of it. Davalos was born in Mexico and came to the United States as a Freshman speaking very little English. Sports anchor Chris Alvarez shares her inspiring story.

COMMUNITY EVENTS:

Slick Rock Student Film Festival
Deadline for Submissions: March 29
http://www.tcoe.org/slickrock/

Bowl for Kid's Sake
March 19 to April 17
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central California
(559) 268-BIGS
http://www.bigs.org/

Renaissance Festival
March 19 to 20
Fresno City College
(559) 443-8688 ext. 8928
http://www.ahsaludporvida.com/
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