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  Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) Zoom Project Chapter 6 January 20, 2021 Chief Curator Gabriela Urtiaga (@gabyurtiaga) joined multi-disciplinary artist Linda Vallejo (@lindavallejoart) for a virtual conversation exploring how Vallejo fuses history, pop culture, and data into works that discuss the politics of color, class, culture, and power.  

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Art/World: Mexico Virtual group exhibition bG Gallery Los Angeles, CA A virtual travel adventure exploring art around the world presented by bG Gallery and the Venice Institute of Contemporary Art     Mexico is bordered to the north by the United States, to the southeast by Guatemala, Belize, and the Caribbean Sea, and to the east by the Gulf of Mexico. Mexican society is characterized by extremes of wealth and poverty, with a...

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  Frontiers Journal: A Journal of Women Studies University of Nebraska Press Vol. 41, No. 1 ISSN: 01609009 EISSN: 15360334 Lincoln, Nebraksa 2020     For over thirty years, Frontiers has explored the diversity of women’s lives as shaped by such factors as race, ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, and place. Multicultural and interdisciplinary, Frontiers presents a broad mix of scholarly work, personal essays,...

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  Visualizing Latino Populations Through Art Tuesday: An exhibition at LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes explores questions of identity The New York Times By Jill Cowan New York, NY November 26, 2019 Recently, my colleague Jose Del Real wrote about the role of LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, the Mexican-American community center and museum in downtown Los Angeles, in educating visitors about many of the lesser known — and darker —...

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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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  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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