Bridging Cultures Exhibit

Community.  When you hear that word, what do you think of? Your family? The church you attend?  The street you live on? Or do you envision something larger and more inclusive? 

Manassas is made up of many different communities, all contributing toward the larger one that is the City itself. As part of our ongoing mission to instill pride and promote civic engagement, the Manassas Museum proudly presents Bridging Cultures: The Latino Community in Manassas

This exhibit, the second in a series that seeks to share an understanding of the different populations residing in Manassas, explores the traditions of the local Latino community.  It is through their values of family and faith, their traditions of music, art, food and holiday celebrations as well as their investments in business and non-profit services that make Manassas a strong and vibrant community.

View a glimpse of the Dance Night exhibit opening event, the opening reception, and highlights from the exhibit:

The Manassas Historic Resources Board and the Manassas Museum would like to thank our partner in this exhibition, the Prince William Chamber of Commerce Hispanic Council and the Exhibition Committee and Lenders:

Lisell Ascanio, Angie Carrera, Ednaline “Nanny” Concepcion, HOLA, Suzanne Lewis, Susana Marino, George Newcomb, Diana Paguaga, Henri Polgar, Lisa McFarren-Polgar, Nelida Arenaza, Ascanio Family, Mike Beaty, Cesar Brioso, Evelyn Brooks, CALAS Club, Osbourn High School, Isabel Castaneda, Don Bosco Center, Embassy of Paraguay/K. Vera, Jose Guallar, Impacto Youth, Inter-American Development Bank, Lourdes F. Kite, Mitchell Family, George Newcomb, Roberto Quinones, Diana Paguaga, Jose Paiz, Panamerican-Panafrican Association, Pilar Rehard, Charlie and Joyce Bentzman-Rios, Dr. and Mrs. Ruiz-Ramon, and Astrid Ruiz Thierry.