El TRESome is a creative challenge, a unique art experience involving three Latino artists getting together for sixty minutes to create three different perspectives of a common theme.

During this challenge, the artists gather to choose a common theme, provide their input about the topic and then create an art piece in the allotted time.

Learn more about El TRESome



We are currently looking for more Latino artist interested in joining our creative venture.

If you want to participate in one of El TRESomes, simply send us an email expressing your interest and we will place you in the artists' list. To participate you will have to follow the guidelines of the project.



Latino Artists:

Diana Blandon -Graphic Artist, Colombia-

Marcelo Novo -Painter, Argentina

Ivan Segura -Writer, Mexico-

Experience the artistic creations from the first Creative Challenge: EL TRESome UNO


Latino Artists:

Diana Farfan, -Sculptor, Colombia-

Maria Bravo -Poet, Mexico

Cristian Guerrero -Painter, Chile-

Experience the artistic creations from the second Creative Challenge: EL TRESome DOS

Experience our other initiatives
  The Escuincles Project (pronounced "skwink les") is a collaborative effort of local amateur and professional Hispanic artists to foster an appreciation of the experience, culture, and struggles of Latino childhood.

Throughout the project the artists: poets, writers, photographers, sketch artists, musicians and painters shared a selection of rich childhood memories that enticed an interest in the Hispanic culture, its values, legacy and impact on the Anglo culture.

Experience the Escuincles Project


The Photo Story Project
is an initiative of local Latino artist that aims to create a story told by a series of alternating visual and literary submissions. Our goal is to bring SC Latino artists together for a common artistic venture in order to bridge Hispanic artistry with the American culture.

Visit the PhotoStory Project


The Amateur Latino Poetry Contest is organized to highlight the poetry of Latino SC residents. This annual contest has been organized since 2006 and has had over 250 poets in participation throughout the years. Visit our site to read the wining poems and also to experience the words of over 100 selected poets!

Visit the Latin Poetry Contest Site