Resurrected Histories: Voices from the Chicano Arts Collectives of Highland Park
An archival exhibition presenting paintings, graphic art, photographs, publications and other memorabilia telling the story of the Highland Park Chicano arts collectives Mechicano (located at Avenue 54 and Figueroa) and the Centro de Arte Publico (located near Avenue 57 on Figueroa) during the 1970's. Featuring the work of artists Carlos Almaraz, Barbara Carrasco, Leo Limon, Guillermo Bejerano, John Valadez, Dolores Guerrero and others associated with these collectives.
Resurrected Histories is supported by a grant from the California Council for the Humanities: www.calhum.org.
We proudly participate in NorthEast LA's Second Saturday Gallery Nighthttp://www.nelaart.com/
January 14 through February 5, 2012
Avenue 50 Studio, Inc.
a 501(c)(3) non-profit art gallery
131 North Avenue 50
Highland Park, CA 90042
Avenue 50 Studio is supported in part by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission; the California Community Foundation; the California Council for the Humanities; the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs; and The James Irvine Foundation
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