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Black, Brown and Beige Panel

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Panel Discussion
Wednesday September 25 I 7:00 - 8:30PM
Gallery Hours: T-F, 10:00 AM - 5 :00PM | FREE admission
at Self Help Graphics & Art
1300 E. 1st St. LA, CA. 90033
#SHGExhibitions #BlackBrownAndBeige


In conjunction with the exhibition, Black, Brown and Beige, SHG presents a conversation between co-curator, Nery Gabriel Lemus, and artists Edgar Arceneaux, April Bey, Margaret Garcia, and Mario Ybarra Jr.. The artists will speak about their work in the exhibition, and the topics of colorism, racist generalizations, and the artists' role.

Black, Brown, and Beige exhibition brings forth artists whose work highlights the historical, transitional, and contemporary narratives of African- American, Latinos, and Afro-Latinos, interweaving these intersections and interconnections.

Black, Brown and Beige is curated by Nery Gabriel Lemus and Jimmy O’Balles of Subir Arts Collective.

Exhibiting artists are:
Eric Almanza
Edgar Arceneaux
Areli Arellano
Lili Bernard
April Bey
Tito Delgado
Adrienne DeVine
Richard Duardo
Margaret Garcia
Todd Gray
Mark Steven Greenfield
Lauren Holland
Dalila Paola Mendez
Poli Marichal
Oscar Magallanes
Sam Pace
Umar Rashid
Toni Scott
Holly Tempo
John Valadez
Adrienne Wade
Wendell Wiggins
Mario Ybarra Jr.


Know before you visit...

***SHG is a safe space for all! We are mobile and differently abled accessible.***
Driving: SHG is located near the 101 (Exit Mission) and 5 (Exit 4th St.) freeways.

Public Transit: We are located directly across the street from the Pico/ Aliso station off of the Metro Goldline. Local Bus Stops 30/ 330 are also located nearby.

Walking: Self Help Graphics is a 10 minute walk from Mariachi Plaza in Boyle Heights and a 20 minute walk over the 1st Street Bridge from Little Tokyo.

Parking: Limited parking is available on our site, with spaces provided for differently abled. Enter on 1st St. through our gated lot, adjacent to our building or use street parking.


Exhibition cover artwork by Roberto "Tito" Delgado,
Study for Banya Marimba (Mothers of Songs), 2019

Earlier Event: September 21
Hecho con Amor Pop-Up Market
Later Event: September 26
Piece by Piece and Country by Country