( If you missed March 16, there are additional events still scheduled and the exhibition will be on display till May.)
This Saturday the 16th is the day to go, you get to see two performances and three films pertaining to history and culture of Peru all in one day. The exhibition Wari: Pre-Inca Lords of Peru from the Cleveland Museum of Art will be on display till May 19. (There will be lectures on select schedules for an additional $15 to nonmenbers on most nights, also check their Web for more info and upcoming dates on the film series.)
Performances at 12:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. is Bolivia Magica Ballet Folklorico, 1 p.m. is Wayna Music from the Andes.
Films starting at 12 p.m. are Travel with Kids. Peru: The Inca World--Machu Picchu and Cuzco,(29 min); at 2 p.m. is Lost City of the Incas, (50 min); and 4 p.m. Secrets of Lost Empires: Inca, (56 min).
"More than a millennium ago, across the coastal mountains of what is now Peru, a vast empire that is today nearly forgotten entered its twilight. The Wari (Huari) reigned for 400 years, between 600 and 1000 CE, as the largest and most-dominant culture in the Andes until the rise of the Inca centuries later." - Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art Web Site
One East Las Olas Boulevard (corner of Andrews Avenue) downtown Fort Lauderdale.
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