Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Biographical material including an artist's statement and printed material consisting of press releases, exhibition catalogs, newspaper clippings, and postcards relating to the career of artist and designer illiana emilia garcia
Denver Public Library
Collection contains materials generated by the organizations: newsletters, financial records, grants information, fund raising, fliers, posters, contracts, notes, clippings, proposals, awards, meeting minutes, photographs, negatives
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Photographs and transparencies of Pacheco and her work; catalogs and exhibition announcements; and printed material
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
The papers of Mabel Alvarez (1898-1985) measure 2.3 linear feet and date from 1898-1987. The collection documents both her painting career as well as her personal life through correspondence, original writings, sketches, printed material, diaries and journals, financial records, and scrapbooks
University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library
Items in this collection include materials related to Ana Luisa Cardona's involvement with Michigan-based Latino arts organizations, Raza Art & Media Collective (RAMC) founded in Ann Arbor in the mid-1970s and Casa de Unidad founded in Detroit during the 1980s. Items in this collection include mostly written pieces by Ana Luisa Cardona, published in journals like the "R.A.M. Collective" and "El Barrio". The R.A.M. Collective emerged in the ideological undercurrent of the Chicano Movement, organized by a handful of individuals at the University of Michigan to serve as a forum where social and political issues of the Movement could be discussed. This group included Ana Luisa Cardona, Jesse Gonzales, Michael J. García, George Vargas, S. Zaneta Kosiba-Vargas, and Zaragoza Vargas, some of which went on to form the Nuestras Artes de Michigan (NAM) in 1978. There is one original copy of the R.A.M. Collective from 1977 and a photocopy from 1976. Also included are a couple of invitations to ... Read More
University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library
Materials in this collection include photocopies of items in her scrapbook: newspaper articles, letters, flyers related to exhibits she participated in, instructions for making pinatas, photos of her work, her own written statements, and oral interview conducted with her. A biography accompanied by a list of her exhibitions is also included
Stanford University
Correspondence, particularly with Harry Gamboa, Gloria Molina, Edward James Olmos, Cesar Chavez, Dolores Huerta, and Robert Rodriguez, original artwork, material about Cesar Chavez and the UFW, publications about Mexican American art and her own work including issues of Chismearte, Corazón de Aztlán, Americas 2001, Caminos, and La Raza Magazine, photographs and videos
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Judithe Hernandez (1948- ) is a painter and educator from Los Angeles, Calif. and Chicago, Ill -- Hernández was a leading Latina artist in Los Angeles during the 1970s, an important decade in the development of the Chicano mural movement and Latino art in general. Hernández now teaches in Chicago, but during her time in Southern California she came to represent both Chicana and feminist viewpoints, and was an articulate spokesperson for those interests and the rights of individual artists to transcend political identity in their careers
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Biographical material, exhibition and loan files, and printed material, some annotated by artists and friends, relating to the career of artist, designer, and teacher Scherezade Garcia
Texas Woman's University - The Woman's Collection
Artist. Born in Kingsville (Tex.) and educated at Texas A & I and the University of Texas in Austin. Her gouache paintings and etchings of subjects from everyday Mexican life have been frequently exhibited. Garza is the curator of the Galeria De La Raza in San Francisco (Ca.).


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