two chicano events
Luckman Fine Arts Complex &
November 1, 2000
Chicano Visions is a series of ground-breaking film and video shorts by Chicano filmmakers and visual artists, representing four strands of Chicano experimental work since the early 1980s: conceptual dramas, testimonios, postmodern explorations of media, and domestic and border cultures. Included are works by Danny Acosta, Laura Aguilar, Frances Salome Espana, Harry Gamboa Jr., Juan Garza, Berta Jottar, Ana Machado, Pocha Pena, and Willie Varela. The program will be introduced with words from program curator, Chon Noriega (Associate Professor, Critical Studies Program, Department of Film and Television, UCLA). Sponsored by the L.A. Freewaves 7th Celebration of Experimental Media Arts throughout Los Angeles County during the month of November.
November 15, 2000
Chicana artists working in painting, photography, mixed media and video discuss their work and its relationship to their communities, the art world, and the digital revolution in this symposium titled Chicanas 2000: Chicana Artists in the New Millennium. Panelists include artists Laura Aguilar, Patssi Valdez, and Yolanda Gonzalez; and Chicano art collector Anita Miranda. Organized by Chon Noriega (Associate Professor, Critical Studies Program, Department of Film and Television, UCLA) and Karen Davalos (Assistant Professor, Department of Chicana/o Studies, Loyola Marymount University).
FOR MORE INFORMATION, please call: (323) 343-6604.
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