Friday, June 1 – Sunday, July 1, 2018
June 1st, First Friday, 6-8pm
Honoring Latinx and Chicanx artists, Raices y Alas (Roots and Wings), will feature the work of two generations of artists that incorporate inspirations from their cultural heritages and surroundings. The exhibit will showcase artist that work with various mediums such as photography, painting, printmaking, and more to address social issues and cultural practices that are important in their lives. Each artist uses traditional and contemporary techniques to blend the past and the present into their artworks. By displaying art from the older generation, the roots, alongside art of the younger generation, the wings, we can see evolution within their communities and the traditions and social issues that remain important.
Erika Gómez Henao
Irene Juarez O’Connell
Image shown: Oil painting “(Un)wanted Attention” by Erika Geómez Henao