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The Brown Oscars We Choose Art and The Mezz Gallery at The Montalbán Theatre in collaboration with bG Gallery Exhibition dates: February 27—March 12, 2018 “Red carpet” opening reception: March 1, 7—10 pm Oscars after party: Sunday, March 4, 9—11 pm “With a bit of brown paint, Linda Vallejo draws attention to the absence of Mexican American culture in the mainstream.” – Carolina A. Miranda, Los Angeles Times We Choose...

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Hablamos Juntos Group Exhibition Pajaro Valley Arts Council In partnership with Museo Eduardo Carrillo and the Young Writers Program Watsonville, CA August 8—October 7, 2018 In partnership with Museo Eduardo Carrillo and the Young Writers Program, and curated by Juan Fuentes, PVA will present a group exhibit from August 8—October 7, 2018. The Hablamos Juntos exhibit and the educational components we develop for the exhibit and the...

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Art Speaks! Lend Your Voice Conference & Exhibition Santa Monica Art Studios in Santa Monica DoubleTree Hotel in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles Exhibition Dates: February 22—March 10, 2018 Conference Dates: February 22—February 24, 2018 Gallery Address: Santa Monica Art Studios 3026 Airport Ave Santa Monica, CA 90405 Conference Address: DoubleTree Hotel 120 S Los Angeles St Los Angeles, CA 90012 The 2018 WCA Annual Conference will be...

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A Universal History of Infamy as part of LACMA PST LA/LA Charles White Elementary School Gallery Los Angeles, CA Exhibition Dates: December 4, 2017—October 8, 2018 Opening Reception: January 20, 6—8pm A Universal History of Infamy is a group exhibition that primarily relates to the Latino/Chicano experience and beyond. The show is a part of LACMA PST LA/LA and will consist of works borrowed from LACMA’s permanent collection as...

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El Exploratorio: Zona I – Beyond the Limits and the Processes of Creation Museum of Latin American Art Gallery A & 1/2 B Long Beach, CA April 21—July 29, 2018 Over the course of human evolution, technological and scientific innovation has played a fundamental role in aesthetic development. Aristotle referred to art as techne, the practical skills and knowledge necessary for humans to create, with the potential of establishing new...

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