Boca de Oro Festival of Literary, Visual and Performing Arts is online this year with 100+ free performances and virtual sessions from March 5th-7th.
Revelers of culture and enthusiasts of the arts will enjoy this year's open exploration of how we build our cities and lives through our collective memories, dreams and visions. Day 2 features Keynote Pete Souza, a principle White House Photographer under President Obama and President Reagan.
He will open our conversation with his "Eyewitness to History" observations on who we are as a country. Souza is the subject of the hit Netflix Documentary, "The Way I saw It" and his national voice will anchor the importance and timeliness of our community's discussion.
Attendees can sign-up free at BocaDeOro.org. After providing their name and e-mail address, they can choose from over 100 sessions occurring virtually online over the three day festival. Here's what's happening on Day 2 alone:
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