Chicano/a Art Movimento y Mas Exhibition closes, catalog and video documentations keeps it alive.

I had the pleasure of participating in this poignant exhibition at MexicArte Museum in Austin Texas. The exhibition covers artists that worked in the Chicano/a movement from the 60’s-80’s in Austin, Texas. I was an undergrad art student attending the University of Texas at Austin in the 80’s and participated in many group exhibitions with the Chicano/a artists in the area. We made our own galleries and artistic venues when the the institutional art scene was not available. The photos and literature offer insight to the social, and artistic community. I will share their catalog and links if your interested in sharing this with artists, educators, and community interested in social change. Chicanismo is alive and well my friends.

Panel discussions with artists and curator.

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