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#EntreTintayLucha Panel: Cultural Significance & Social Justice in Printmaking

  • California State University, Los Angeles 5151 State University Drive Los Angeles, CA, 90032 United States (map)

Cultural Significance & Social Justice in Printmaking 
Thurs. Sept 13, 6-7:15pm at Cal State LA Fine Arts Gallery 
FREE - RSVP suggested.

Martha Gonzalez (Moderator)
Featured panelists Linda Vallejo, Malaquias Montoya, Ernesto Yerena and Luis Genaro Garcia.

A discussion that will explore how art takes an active role in political and social struggles. 

Location: Cal State LA Fine Arts Gallery is located behind the university library, in the Fine Arts building (opposite of the Luckman).


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The Entre Tinta y Lucha: 45 Years of Self Help Graphics & Art exhibition will include programming to further explore artist perspectives, their experiences as part of SHG's Professional Printmaking Program and how the organization impacted their professional trajectory. Additionally, the series touches on topics such as the technical side of printmaking, social justice, historical contributions, gender, and identity. Please note that all programming will be hosted at Cal State L.A.'s Fine Arts Gallery, not at SHG.

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