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Post-Chicana: Upcoming Artist Talk w/ some Dope Sistahs

February 23, 2011

From now through March 18, 2011, you can catch my work in a group show at the Center for Integrative Studies. The exhibit, ChicaChic, showcases the work of five prominent Chicana visual artists who are responding to the social shifts in their communities. Raquel De Anda, guest curator, explains:
“ChicaChic is about stepping beyond the boundaries of identity, challenging stereotypes about what it means to be Chicana. It’s about the fluidity of identity and the need for new kinds of images in a fast-paced, media-saturated society.”
Check out this video of Raquel speaking about the exhibit.

I will be part of a panel on March 12. Don’t miss it.
Intergenerational Panel Discussion
Sat., March 12, 6 pm
CIIS Minna Street Center – 695 Minna at the corner of 8th St., Downtown San Francisco
Featuring: Ana Teresa Fernández , Angelica Muro, Patricia Rodriguez, Viva Paredes, Favianna Rodriguez, and Lorraine García Nakata


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