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Voices from the Ancestors and Beyond: Chicanx/Latinx Spiritual Expressions and Healing Practices edited Lara Medina and Martha R. Gonzales University of Arizona Press ISBN-13: 9780816539567 October 2019     Involvement in Indigenous Circles Between 1985-2000 I served as a volunteer spiritual advisor for the Native American Religious Society at the California Rehabilitation Center (CRC) in Norco, California. The women that I...

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The Nothing That Is group exhibition curated by Yuon Daton and Christine Rasmussen Brand Library & Art Center Glendale, CA November 16-January 17, 2019 Opening Reception: November 16, 6-9pm     Humans are innately creative. With just our bare hands we have the ability to make something out of nothing. It is a strange irony that so many of our newest innovations feel devoid of the human touch. They have become soulless in...

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Galería Las Américas ARCHIVES Gallery exhibition listing, press releases, sample invitations, reviews, publications and announcements in chronological order for the researcher, historian and student of Chicano contemporary arts.     Galería Las Américas UCSB Research Collection     Vision Statement Galería Las Américas was founded by Chicana artist Linda Vallejo in 1990. Vallejo opened the gallery in downtown Los...

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  Linda Vallejo and a decade of art that unapologetically embraces brownness Los Angeles Time, Arts and Culture by Matt Stromberg June 20, 2019     Full Article Exhibition Details     “He looks better brown, don’t you think?” Linda Vallejo asks, pointing at a small sculpture of hamburger chain mascot Bob’s Big Boy. His alabaster skin, however, has been painted a rich shade of mocha. The bright blue eyes...

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The Wing’s Diverse, Expansive Art Exhibitions Subvert Expectations Garage Magazine by Emma Specter May 23, 2019     Full article    

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