Voces Vivas, a new exhibit at the Museum of Boulder, opens Feb. 26 and explores the history of Latino families in Boulder County. Through an interactive display, the exhibit uses artifacts to document Latino lineage and the communities’ resilience in Boulder County.
KGNU’s Rossana Longo-Better spoke with Justine Vigil-Tapia, whose family came to Boulder County in the early 1900s, Linda Arroyo-Holmstrom, lead curator of the exhibit, and Lori Preston, Executive Director of the Museum of Boulder about the year-long exhibit.
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