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DECONSTRUCTING LIBERTY : A DESTINY MANIFESTED : PST LALA
Film by Eric Minh Swenson
Deconstructing Liberty: A Destiny Manifested is part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, a far-reaching and ambitious exploration of Latin American and Latino art in dialogue with Los Angeles. Through performance, installation, video, and photography, these artists question ideas traditionally associated with American liberty as they resonate in forms of collective identity across the globe.
published on October 30, 2017

 

 

PBS CRAFT IN AMERICA: BORDERS EPISODE
BORDERS explores the relationships and influences that Mexican and American craft artists have on each other. Artists, organizations and events featured include the Day of the Dead celebration, master altar builder Ofelia Esparza and Self Help Graphics & Art in Los Angeles; weaver J. Isaac Vásquez García and family of Teotitlán del Valle, Mexico; American weaver Jim Bassler and potter Veralee Bassler; the colorful Guelaguetza parade in Los Angeles; and Chicago artist Kiff Slemmons who works with maestro Francisco Toledo at the Art Paper Workshop in Mexico. This episode confirms that art is without borders. It is a pathway for creativity and the connections that make us all human.
PBS premiere September 29, 2017

 

 

MODERN ART BLITZ EPISODE #80
produced by Coagula Curatorial Mat Gleason
published on July 31, 2017

 

 

EXHIBITION RECEPTION AND ARTIST’S TALK: “MAKE ‘EM ALL MEXICAN: WORKS BY LINDA VALLEJO”
produced by the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center (CSRC)
published on January 21, 2015

 

 

AESTHETIC V BLOG WITH LINDA VALLEJO
hosted by Vicky Hamilton
published on May 11, 2014

 

 

AN EVENING WITH LINDA VALLEJO
Linda Vallejo opening at The Museum of the Southwest, Midland TX
published on Jan 28, 2012

 

 

LINDA VALLEJO LEADS PRAYER
for the Opening Reception Of “Doin’ It In Public, Feminism And Art At The Women’s Building
published on Jan 12, 2012

This ceremony pays homage to the elements of earth, water, fire, and air, the four cardinal directions, mother earth, father sky, and the great spirit. An altar was built with special items donated by members of the audience that recall the relationships, memories and accomplishments of the Woman’s Building community. This event took place at the Otis College of Art & Design.

 

 

LINDA VALLEJO ON KELA
published on May 11, 2011

 

 

LINDA VALLEJO VOCES Y VIVAS SERIES
published on August 30, 2010
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LINDA VALLEJO: HISTORY OF WOMAN’S BUILDING AT OTIS COLLEGE
published on June 14, 2010

Linda Vallejo was involved in the Woman’s Building for many years in many capacities, including artist, teacher, curator, and board member.

 

 

LINDA VALLEJO DISCUSSES “THE ELECTRICS”
published on May 26, 2010

“The Electrics” are paintings by artist Linda Vallejo who has been working in Southern California since the late 1960s.

 

 

LINDA VALLEJO ON DIA DE LOS MUERTOS
published on May 21, 2010

Linda Vallejo describes the Day of the Dead procession as the “Macy’s Parade in New York meets East LA.” This interview was conducted by Dr. Sharon Sekhon as part of a series of Oral Histories for the “Self-Help Graphics & Sister Karen Boccalero History Project” by the Studio for Southern California

 

 

LINDA VALLEJO ON GALERIA OTRA VEZ
published on May 21, 2010

Linda Vallejo talks about Galeria Otra Vez and the value of having one’s art on display. This interview was conducted by Dr. Sharon Sekhon as part of a series of Oral Histories for the “Self-Help Graphics & Sister Karen Boccalero History Project” by the Studio for Southern California History in collaboration with Cal State LA Professor Dr. Angela Vergara.

 

 

LINDA VALLEJO ON HER BEGINNINGS AT SELF-HELP GRAPHICS
published on May 21, 2010

Linda Vallejo tells of when she first began working at Self-Help Graphics in 1975. This interview was conducted by Dr. Sharon Sekhon as part of a series of Oral Histories for the “Self-Help Graphics & Sister Karen Boccalero History Project” by the Studio for Southern California History in collaboration with Cal State LA Professor Dr. Angela Vergara.

 

 

LINDA VALLEJO ON THE BARRIO MOBILE ARTS STUDIO (BMAS)
published on May 21, 2010

Linda Vallejo describes the Barrio Mobile Arts Studio and its various programming. This interview was conducted by Dr. Sharon Sekhon as part of a series of Oral Histories for the “Self-Help Graphics & Sister Karen Boccalero History Project” by the Studio for Southern California History in collaboration with Cal State LA Professor Dr. Angela Vergara.

 

 

LINDA VALLEJO ON THE PROCESS OF SILK SCREEN PRINTING
published on May 21, 2010

Linda Vallejo explains the process of silk screen printing. This interview was conducted by Dr. Sharon Sekhon as part of a series of Oral Histories for the “Self-Help Graphics & Sister Karen Boccalero History Project” by the Studio for Southern California History in collaboration with Cal State LA Professor Dr.

 

 

LINDA VALLEJO ON SISTER KAREN BOCCALERO
published on May 21, 2010

Linda Vallejo talks about Sister Karen Boccalero’s dedication as Founder and Director of Self-Help Graphics. This interview was conducted by Dr. Sharon Sekhon as part of a series of Oral Histories for the “Self-Help Graphics & Sister Karen Boccalero History Project” by the Studio for Southern California History in collaboration with Cal State LA Professor Dr. Angela Vergara.

 

 

LINDA VALLEJO INTERVIEW AT METRO GALLERY
produced by Metro Gallery and Jesus Trevino
published in 2007

 

 

ECONEWS WITH NANCY PEARLMAN – TREE OF LIFE EXHIBIT 2006
produced by ECONEWS and Nancy Pearlman
published in 2006

 

 

INTERVIEW WITH LINDA VALLEJO 1983 (parts 1-3)
produced by Philip Brookman
published on August 11, 1983