The event itself was an artistic melting pot of many generations of artists and cultures. The museum has prided itself on the artistic development of the moving image. Still pictures, statues and 3D photos were on display in the reception area that told a bit of history of photography and cinematography.
It was amazing to see the early form of the video camera and then view the Latino Show Magazine display in front of a digital that had approximate dimensions of 15 yards by 1.5 inches x 21 feet. The display contained an array of photos and collages. Every photo and collage contained bright colors and interesting shapes to attract the eye.
The open bar was sponsored by 1800 Tequila for or drinking pleasure and the live dj mixed the best in house/Latin house music. We heard tunes from Beyonce mixed with techno beats accompanied by tribal drums. Another familiar voice, La India, was heard to the house music and trance mixes. I would say, if everyone's attire would have permitted dancing, we would have never made it into the auditorium!
Ah, the auditorium, was a part of the space themed exhibit. The entrance into the auditorium created much suspense with a blue lit ramp that led us into a dome shaped auditorium. The stage was equipped with a large screen so the audience (nearly 700 people) can equally enjoy the experience. Each seat had a Blue Star Jets gift bag with:
- SEP/OCT 2012 LATINO SHOW MAGAZINE
- NOV/DEC 2012 LATINO SHOW MAGAZINE ANNIVERSARY EDITION
- 1800 TEQUILA HEADPHONES (that I currently use)
- IOMA PRODUCTS
- ISADORA PHOTOGRAPHY CONTACT INFO
- ADDICTIVE BOUTIQUE 10% OFF POST CARD (a must shop experience)
- PILATOS HAIR SALON & BOUTIQUE CONTACT INFO
More to come on my fave chic luxury magazine LATINO SHOW MAGAZINE! KKDT