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Living Arts College and “Hola NC”

posted Jul 6, 2017, 5:31 AM by Living Arts College Library and Media Center

Apart from being an exhibiting artist, Living Arts College Professor Georges Le Chevallier is also a TV host for the TV Show “Hola NC” which airs in the Triangle on Sunday mornings at 10:30am on Fox 50.

Hola North Carolina is a local bilingual lifestyle program, which appeals to both Spanish and English speaking viewers. The show features segments on Latino lifestyle including food, legal matters, health and beauty, finance, sports and entertainment. Each show features an interview with a prominent local Latino leader. Since joining Hola NC over a year ago, Georges Le Chevallier has interviewed many celebrities, prominent athletes, politicians and artists.

Georges Le Chevallier, who was born in France from a French father and a Puerto Rican mother, grew up in San Juan, Puerto Rico and is fluent in English, Spanish and French. He has also lived in New York City, Long Beach (CA) and Madrid, Spain. His paintings and photographs have been exhibited nationally and internationally in respected galleries, cultural spaces and museums.

Georges Le Chevallier is not the only member of the Living Arts College family doing work for Hola NC. Professor Michael Pierce is co-producer and editor for the show, and David Wilson, a Living Arts College alumni, freelances as a camera person for Mr. Pierce.

To see an example of Hola NC, click on the link: http://www.wral.com/news/noticias/video/16396554/

Image Captions:
– Georges Le Chevallier and Contemporary Art Museum’s Exhibitions Director Eric Gaard
– Georges Le Chevallier
– Georges Le Chevallier and Mexican pop singer and actor Michel Duval
– Georges Le Chevallier and UNC System President (and Former US Secretary of Education under President Bush) Margaret Spellings
– Georges Le Chevallier and General Consul of Mexico in the Carolina, Remedios Gomez Arnau
– Georges Le Chevallier and Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez (1st Puerto Rican woman to be elected to the US Congress)-
– Georges Le Chevallier and North Carolina FC player, Austin Da Luz
– Georges Le Chevallier and Argentinian Soprano Lorena Guillen and composer Alejandro Rutty

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