Angelina Marino showed a remarkable series of new paintings at Trinity called "Stirring the Pot". The images were powerful and graphic.
For the holiday show at Trinity, the group that went to Cuba in April organized an exhibit and sale of Cuban art and craft - "Una Fiesta de Esperanza". This exhibit of fine art and folk art offered creative expressions of Cuban culture - community life, sports, music, dance - in a variety of media. Internationally recognized artists such as Manuel Mendive, Alicia Leal and Montebravo were represented in paintings and self taught artists such as Carlos Caceres, Luis Ramirez, Marisol Hernandez and Sandra Dooley brought their intuitive design skills and personalities to their work. Alejandrina Cue's tapestries were brilliant examples of how an artist can re-use materials. The exhibit was produced in collaboration with the Cuban Art Space in New York City and benefits their art programs for children with Down Syndrome.