THURSDAY PICK | “Los Cuatro Ases” raise a plethora of questions about Latino art

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With a bold and impressive array of programs and partnerships, Franconia Sculpture Park has been reaching our from it east-central Minnesota base to become one of the state’s fastest-growing influences in the world of visual arts. They’ve recently opened a satellite gallery space in the Casket Arts Building, and on May 3 it will play host to a discussion of Los Cuatro Ases, an exhibit of sculpture and paintings by four Latino artists. Collaborating in the presentation will be Grupo Soap del Corazón and Douglas Padilla’s Salon Artissimo series. Expect meaty discussion around issues of art and identity.