There was a corridor of time when Cuba's potential felt unlimited. Revolution brought power, and -- at least for a while -- it seemed like everyone would get a slice. Castro had some big ideas about how to make that happen, but one of his grandest involved a golf course, architecture and a utopian training facility for the fine arts. (Bonus: It looks like the city from Logan's Run.)
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In Unfinished Spaces, which screens tonight at the Latino Cultural Center, we see the idea become reality, then watch as that reality crumbles and decays. Scheduled for 6 p.m., Unfinished Spaces will be preceded by a reception and followed by a brief panel discussion, featuring the big brains of architect Rick del Monte, artist Rolando Diaz with moderation provided by Hector Garcia. All panelists are Cuban-born and rooted in the Dallas arts, so you'll get opinions stemming from actual life experience. Get the full scoop here.