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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. UCSB Library Special Research Collections     Vision Statement Galería Las Américas was founded by Chicana artist Linda Vallejo in 1990. Vallejo opened the gallery in downtown Los Angeles with the...

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  The Salon at The Wing West Hollywood The Wing is a network of work and community spaces designed for women. We create spaces where our members feel safe and empowered to create, connect and generate opportunities. The Salon at The Wing is a permanent exhibition with rotating artworks displayed all throughout the spaces. LOCATIONS: Chicago, West Hollywood, London, New York (4 sites), Boston, San Francisco, Toronto, and Seattle...

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How Will Feminist Culture Engage the Future? special panel event The Feminist Art Project at Rutgers University University of Southern California Session Chair: Kathleen Wentrack, The City University of New York, Queensborough Community College Los Angeles, CA February 20, 2018     Feminist models serve as acts of resistance. Local feminist practices inform cross-cultural understanding. Feminist teachers expand pedagogies....

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Hablamos Juntos/Together We Speak Un Dialogo Visual/A Visual Dialogue in collaboration with El Museo Eduardo Carrillo and the Young Writers Program curated by Juan R. Fuentes and Michelle P. Mouton Pajaro Valley Arts Council Watsonville, CA August 8—October 7, 2018     In partnership with Museo Eduardo Carrillo and the Young Writers Program, Pajaro Valley Arts will present Hablamos Juntos, an exhibit of twenty prominent...

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Becoming Los Angeles: L.A.’s Story, Reimagined permanent group exhibition Los Angeles County Natural History Museum Los Angeles, CA Reopening June 1, 2018     The Museum’s permanent exhibition, reopening June 1, tells the story of how Los Angeles transformed from a tiny pueblo to a sprawling metropolis. It’s a 500-year saga of how L.A. went from cowboys to cars, which battles raged in its backyards, how Hollywood was...

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Pure Not Proper group exhibition curated by Adrineh Baghdassarian Coagula Curatorial Los Angeles, CA June 7—10, 2018     Coagula Curatorial presents PURE NOT PROPER a group show curated by Adrineh Baghdassarian. Utilizing artists from across the globe, the exhibit purposely blends borders to create a diverse perspective on global consciousness and to showcase multiple artists and then material usage. “My show questions the...

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