The 2019-2020 CINTAS Foundation Fellowships Awards Ceremony and Exhibition

CINTAS Foundation 2019-2020 Fellowships Awards Ceremony

2019-2020 Fellowship Winners

  • Ana Veciana Suarez - Creative Writing

    Ana Veciana Suarez - Creative Writing

  • Carlos Estevez - Visual Arts

    Carlos Estevez - Visual Arts

  • Louis Franz Aguirre - Music Composition

    Louis Franz Aguirre - Music Composition

  • Raul Rodriguez - Lifetime Achievement

    Raul Rodriguez - Lifetime Achievement

2019-2020 Visual Arts Competition Finalists

THE CINTAS FELLOWSHIPS

CINTAS Fellowships acknowledge creative accomplishments and encourage excellence in architecture & design, literature, music composition and the visual arts. Eligibility is limited to artists of Cuban citizenship or direct descent (having a Cuban parent or grandparent). Applications are reviewed by panels of qualified members from each artistic discipline. The Board of the CINTAS Foundation, Inc., awards fellowships based on the recommendations of the panels. Learn more 

 

THE CINTAS FELLOWS

The CINTAS fellowships have given Cuban artists “the incentive to work, the hope of a viable future, the self-respect, and in many cases the material means to do well in a highly competitive society to which they had arrived in the worst possible circumstances,” wrote the late artist and first CINTAS winner Daniel Serra-Badué. Learn more 

 

THE COLLECTIONS

The CINTAS Foundation oversees two important art collections in the United States. The Master Paintings from the Spanish School include pieces that date back to the 16th century and Spain’s Golden Age. Among the works in the collection are Ribera’s Saint Peter (right), El Greco’s Christ Carrying the Cross and Feast in the House of Simon, Murillo’s Portrait of A Gentleman Holding A Hat, and Goya’s Admiral José de Mazarredo and Marquis de Caballero. The CINTAS Fellows Collection, on long-term loan to Miami Dade College Museum of Art & Design at the Historic Freedom Tower, is believed to be the largest gathering of Cuban exile art anywhere. . Learn more 

 

From the CINTAS Fellows Collection

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