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[Stage Performance at the National Association of Artists' Organizations Conference]
Photograph of a performance at the eighth National Association of Artists' Organizations (NAAO) conference. There are two people Onstage and the room is dark. One man has a large feathered headdress on and a loincloth. He is also pointing at another man who is wearing a loincloth and bandana around his head. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304062/
[La Catrina and Friends]
Photograph of La Catrina and friends at the Mexic-Arte Museum's annual Día de los Muertos celebration. La Catrina wears a feathered hat, lacy dress, and skeleton face makeup. Five young children stand with her. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304060/
[Performance by a Man and Woman]
Photograph of a man and woman acting in the Cuautlmoc y Eulalia performance. The man is on the left and leaning towards the woman and they appear to be in the middle of a conversation. The background art looks like rows of leaves on top of wood with faded painted. The background art is called "View of the Vally of Mexico 500 Years Since Discovery" and it is by Eloy Tarcision. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304068/
[The Return of Quetzalcoatl Exhibit]
Photograph of a piece that is a part of The Return of Quetzalcoatl exhibit. It is called "Hanging from the Ceiling" where a person is hanging from the ceiling with straps. The person is in a long sleeved jacket to which the straps are attached. The person also has leather boots on that are mid-calf high. There are people in the background looking at the person. The art is by Pio Pulido. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304066/
[Flyer: Tape Release Party of Grupo Silencio]
Flyer advertising a tape release party of Grupo Silencio held at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas on December 13th, 1990. Toqui Amaru, Chaski, and Edgar Rivera also performed at this event. The flyer includes a photograph of four people. The leftmost woman holds a guitar; the man second from the right holds a ukelele; the rightmost man holds a pan flute. At the bottom of the page these instruments, in addition to a flute and drum, are also depicted in cartoon form. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304042/
[Flyer: TeXas Arts Synthesis]
Invitation to a two-day event titled TeXas Arts Synthesis. The events were presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas on March 24th and 25th of 1990. The cover of the invitation depicts a series of symbols and female dancers in formation. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304040/
[Art Exhibition Featuring Agustin Casasola]
Photograph of an art exhibition that features Agustin Casasola's photography from the Mexican Revolution. Parts of the walls have been painted red in the shape of arched doorways, other than the title wall that has the red area painted in the shape of a rectangle with rounded edges. The red areas are where the pieces hang on the wall, rather than the white areas of the well. In front of the title wall, is a display in a glass case. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304048/
[Postcard: Let the Kiss Free!]
Postcard advertising for two exhibitions at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The first exhibition, Kisses, opened on February 14th, 1990 and closed on March 10th, 1990. The second exhibition, Erotic Art, opened on February 14th, 1990 and closed on February 23rd, 1990. The front of the postcard depicts a series of "kiss marks," all but two of which are trapped behind bars. The text reads "Let the kiss free!" texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304044/
[Lifting Carpet from Room]
Photograph of a group of people lifting a large roll of carpet from the room. Other people are pulling up more carpet off the floor. There is an area of the floor that is closest to the wall on the right that is bare of carpet. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304046/
[Margarita Becerra Cano and The San Diego Wall]
Photograph of a Margarita Becarra Cano standing in front of her artwork, Code X 187: The San Diego Wall, at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The exhibit ran from March 26th, 1999 to April 24th, 1999. Several dozen thin wooden figures hang from the ceiling. The figures appear to be men wearing hats and sad expressions; all are the same. Two white walls are visible and have writing on them in both Spanish and English, which is largely obscured by the hanging objects. Cano wears a gray shirt and blue pants. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304362/
[Mexic-Arte Employees at Prida Boutique]
Photograph of seven female Mexic-Arte Museum employees in front of Veronica Prida's boutique. Veronica Prida's designs were shown at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas in a fashion show titled Threads of Light on February 28th, 1999. The leftmost woman is Sylvia Orozco. Strands of white lights are strung upon bars where there might otherwise be a canopy. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304360/
[Laura Bush and Mariachi Band Santa Barraza and Sam Coronado Exhibit]
Photograph taken at Laura Bush's office in Austin, Texas. Laura Bush stands amid a Mariachi band as they play. The four players are dressed in traditional Mariachi costume. The leftmost person plays a guitarrón. Two others play guitar and the last plays an accordion. The photograph was taken in a hallway with red carpet. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304368/
[Group Photo at Santa Barraza and Sam Coronado Exhibit]
Photograph of a group at the Santa Barraza and Sam Coronado exhibit celebrating Cinco de Mayo at Laura Bush's office in Austin, Texas. Ten people stand in front of two colorful abstract paintings. Jorge Sedeño stands fifth from the left, Laura Bush stands fifth from the right, Sylvia Orozco stands fourth from the right, and Sam Coronado stands furthest to the right. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304364/
[Group Photo at Santa Barraza and Sam Coronado Exhibit]
Photograph of five people at the Santa Barraza and Sam Coronado exhibit at Laura Bush's office in Austin, Texas. Pictured are a visitor, Filemon Esquivel, Sylvia Orozco, Santa Barraza, and Laura Bush. The group stands in front of a colorful artwork of a woman and plants. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304366/
[Man and Woman in Front of Wall]
Photograph of Cameron Randle (right) and a woman posing together. Randle is wearing a long sleeve white button up shirt, off white pants and black belt. The woman is wearing a white shirt, black bottoms and a brown belt. The pair is standing in front of a white wall that has an abstract design painted on it. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304222/
[Albert Chavarria and Two Other People]
Photograph of three people smiling. Albert Chavarria is standing in the middle, another man to his right and a woman to this left. The man on the far left is wearing a dark blue button up shirt with a white t-shirt underneath. The woman is wearing a white button up shirt. Albert is wearing a white button up shirt with black and gold designs. The walls behind the trio has been painted with abstract portrayals of people. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304220/
[Saxophonist, Bassist, and Singer Performing]
Photograph of an Onstage performance featuring a saxophonist, a bassist and a singer. The singer is a woman who is standing in the middle of the forefront. The young man behind her to her right is a playing a saxophone. The other young man to her left is holding up a bass as he plays. The walls behind them feature artworks by Rolando Briseno. Against the wall on the stage has any different types of equipment set up. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304228/
[Artist Standing with His Art]
Photograph of Rolando Briseno beside a wall that features many his artworks. There are at least ten pieces hanging on the wall. Briseno is standing on the right. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304224/
[Chad Marsh and Two Others in Front of Artwork]
Photograph of two men standing on either side of a woman. One of the men is Chad Marsh. All three have their arms around one another. They are standing in front of artworks that were created by Rolando Briseno. The man on the far left is wearing a button up shirt with white and blue square designs. The woman is wearing a white jacket and shirt with a black top. The man on the right is wearing a grey button up shirt and reddish brown pants. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304226/
[Group at Painted Memory Exhibition]
Photograph of five individuals at Painted Memory: The Art of Fidencio Duran, an exhibition of artwork hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Sylvia Orozco stands in the middle of the group. A colorful painting hangs behind them. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304862/
[Several Colorful Paintings in a Gallery]
Photograph of Painted Memory: The Art of Fidencio Duran, an exhibition of artwork hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Colorful paintings hang on walls in a gallery. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304860/
[Group at YLA X]
Photograph of a group at YLA X, or Young Latino Artists, an exhibition of artwork hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The individuals are casually dressed. Paintings hang on the walls behind them. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304868/
[Child in Garden]
Photograph of Patricia Green's Build a Garden project at Andrews Elementary. A child kneels in front of a bag of soil. Overturned cinder blocks are arranged in a circle on the right. The cinder blocks are painted different colors and plants have been planted in them. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304864/
[Patricia Green's Build a Garden Project]
Photograph of Patricia Green's Build a Garden project at Andrews Elementary. Plants have been planted in an overturned cinder block. The cinder block is painted many different colors. Text on the cinder block reads "Andrews Elem. Art." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304866/
[Jorge Sedeño Taking Pictures with Three Women]
Photograph of Chairman of the Board Jorge Sedeño with three women. They are all in suit jackets. Two women stand to his right and one to his right. He has his arms around the two women on either side of him. There is another man in the background facing away from the camera. There are two visible paintings hanging on the wall. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304202/
[Three Guitarists and a Singer]
Photograph of three Hispanic guitarists playing in the background while a Caucasian man in a black suit and tie sings into a microphone. The two guitarists on the right are wearing black slacks and green jackets while the guitarist on the left is wearing black slacks and a black jacket. The wall behind them is purple with orange trim and there are multiple paintings hanging from it. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304200/
[Dancers Jumping Over Caution Tape]
Photograph of two young men on the left and two young women on the right who are all positioned shoulder to shoulder and are in motion. They are in the process of jumping over yellow caution tape. In the background on the left, there are folding chairs and televisions. To the right in the background, there is a ladder and cluttered items on the floor. The wall behind them is yellow on top half, white on the bottom and appears to be purposely painted to look unfinished. In large, capitalized black letters at the top, the wall reads "loud and large" and underneath that, it reads "image and sound under construction" in smaller, lowercase letters. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304208/
[Audience Members at a Lecture]
Photograph of members of the audience of a lecture. All of the people are adults and most are wearing suit jackets and name tags. Most of the people are sitting down in chairs and a few of people are standing in the background and leaning against the walls. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304204/
[Sylvia Orozco Speaking at an Event]
Photograph of Sylvia Orozco to the left standing at a podium with a microphone. To the right, there is a large display featuring tables covered in flowers, fruits, Day of the Dead themed skulls and skeletons an many other items. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304206/
[Artist Speaking at the Opening Reception]
Photograph of an artist standing up and speaking to an audience. The audience members are sitting in folding chairs for the most part, but there are some people off to the side standing up. The wall in the background has many different kinds of artworks hanging up. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304266/
[Pamphlet: Taste of Mexico 2007]
Pamphlet that advertises an annual exhibition that was presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum entitled, "Taste of Mexico 2007". The front cover of the pamphlet features a painting of a woman by Olga Costa along with the title of the exhibition and a list of participating restaurants. The two panels that make up the interior of the pamphlet include information about the date and time, location, contact, and admissions. The back of the pamphlet lists major event sponsors. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304922/
[Title Wall and Sculptures for Vessels and Inspirations Exhibit]
Photograph of a title wall at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Text on the wall reads: "vessels and inspirations: Ceramic and Sculptural Works of Ishmael Soto." A metal sculpture is displayed in front of the wall. Two other sculptures are visible to the right of the title wall. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304920/
[Docent and Visitors at From Revolution to Renaissance Exhibition]
Photograph of a docent speaking to visitors at an exhibition titled From Revolution to Renaissance: Mexican Art from the Aaron Collection. The exhibition was hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Visitors face away from the camera. The docent wears blue. Paintings hang on the walls of the gallery. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304928/
[Pamphlet: From Revolution to Renaissance: Mexican Art from the Aaron Collection]
Pamphlet that advertises an annual exhibition that was presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum and the Consulate General of Mexico entitled, "From Revolution to Renaissance: Mexican Art from the Aaron Collection". The front cover of the pamphlet features a drawing of three people by David Alfaro Siqueiros along with the title and dates of the exhibition. The two panels that make up the interior of the pamphlet include information about the date and time, admissions, and a ribbon ceremony. There is also information about the collection of art included in the exhibition. The back of the pamphlet lists major event sponsors and postage information. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304924/
[Sylvia Orozco and a Group of Visitors at From Revolution to Renaissance Exhibition]
Photograph of Sylvia Orozco speaking to a group of visitors at an exhibition titled From Revolution to Renaissance: Mexican Art from the Aaron Collection. The exhibition was hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The visitors face a title wall while Orozco faces the camera. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304926/
[Man and Woman at the Mascaras Mexicanas Exhibition]
Photograph of a man and woman at the opening reception for the Mascaras Mexicanas Exhibit. The woman is on the left side and wearing a leopard print shirt. The man is wearing a green button up shirt. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304142/
[Band Performing at the Mascaras Mexicanas Exhibit]
Photograph of four men playing for the Mascaras Mexicanas Exhibit. There are two guitarists, a drummer and an accordionist. The accordionist is standing between the guitarists and the drummer is in the background. All but the drummer have a microphone and the accordionists is singing into his. The wall behind them has designs painted onto it as wall as artworks hanging on it. The artworks are faces that look similar to monsters. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304140/
[Woman in Costume at the Día de los Muertos Exhibition]
Photograph of a woman in a costume at the Día de los Muertos exhibition. She has her face painted to look like a sugar skull. She is wearing a black outfit with a clear, shiny netting headdress that is long and voluminous. She is standing next to a wall that has a row of Day of the Dead themed artwork. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304148/
[Two People Standing at a Podium]
Photograph of two men standing at a podium for the opening reception at the Mascaras Mexicanas exhibit. The man standing on the left is standing off to side as the other man speaks into the microphone. The wall behind them is blue and has designs painted on it. There are also artworks hanging on it that appear to be sculptures or masks that resemble the face of monsters. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304144/
[Two Women at the Día de los Muertos Exhibition]
Photograph of two women at the Día de los Muertos exhibition. The woman on the right is looking at the camera and is wearing a black dress and hat. The top part of her dress had skeleton bones on it to go with the theme. She has her face painted and black swirls around her mouth. The other woman is wearing a white dress and a grey sweater. She is also looking down at her hand which is on her stomach. There are also other people in the background. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304146/
[Speaker at Opening Reception for Flor y Canto]
Photograph of a speaker at an opening reception for Flor y Canto, or Flower and Song, an exhibition of work by Yvonamor Palix. The speaker wears black. She stands in front of a large artwork. The artwork, which is black and white, features a woman metamorphosing into branches and rocks. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304722/
[Visitors at Opening Reception for Brazilian Visual Poetry]
Photograph of visitors at the opening reception for Brazilian Visual Poetry, an exhibition hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. One individual, left, studies a display case that sits in the middle of the frame. He wears glasses and a dark jacket. The remaining individual, right, faces away from the camera. He studies artwork that hangs on a wall. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304720/
[Celia Alvarez Muñoz at Stories Your Mother Never Told You Exhibition]
Photograph of Celia Alvarez Muñoz and an unnamed man at Stories Your Mother Never Told You, an exhibition of work by Celia Alvarez Muñoz. The exhibition was hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Muñoz, left, wears a purple and green satin jacket. The unnamed man, right, wears a black shirt. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304728/
[Pamphlet: Stories Your Mother Never Told You Exhibition]
Pamphlet that advertises an exhibition that was presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum entitled "Stories Your Mother Never Told You". The exhibition contains artwork by Celia Alvarez Muñoz. The cover of the pamphlet contains the title and dates of the exhibition framed in front of a sepia photograph of various crafting supplies including ribbons, charms, and lace. The pamphlet opens up to span three and a half panels long. The first panel features the exhibition name, dates, and a passage about the mission of the body of work. The first panel also includes the dates and times for the opening reception, a members only gallery walk-through, and a gallery talk with the artist and the curator of the exhibition. The second panel contains a black and white photograph of a Mexican altar from the exhibition with a quote from the artist underneath. The third panel features a large black and white photograph of text that has been superimposed over a hand. Above the photograph, there are details for an exhibition that ran concurrently to the featured exhibition. The separate exhibition is entitled "Morir en Inglés" (To Die in English), which features artwork by Anita Pantin. The panel contains dates and background information about the exhibition. The half-panel contains sponsorship information and a quote from Muñoz. The back of the last panel features a black and white photograph of an ornamental smock from the exhibition, along with artwork credits at the bottom. The back of the middle panel contains information about the Mexic-Arte Museum as well as quotes from the artist. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304724/
[Teen Docent at Exhibition]
Photograph of a teen docent at Stories Your Mother Never Told You, an exhibition of work by Celia Alvarez Muñoz. The exhibition was hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The docent wears a black dress and name tag. She stands next to a mural. Patrons face away from the camera. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304726/
[Marisa Nunez and a Title Wall]
Photograph of Marisa Nunez and a man standing in front of a title wall. Nunez is wearing overalls with short pant legs and a white shirt underneath. The man is wearing dark pants and a black sweater. The title wall is white with black text and a black sketch artwork. The wall's first reads "The Diversity and Emergence Series Presents," then it reads, "Swallow" in large, capitalized letters, and lastly, it reads, "Works by Marisa Nunez." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304282/
[Elizabeth Mesa by an Art Piece]
Photograph of Elizabeth Mesa in a dark sweater standing beside an abstract artwork on a light colored wall. The artwork is sticks outward from the wall. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304280/
[Man Speaking at an Opening Ceremony]
Photograph of an older man holding a microphone and speaking into it at an opening ceremony. There are three women and a man to his right and another woman to his left. There are also other people visible in the background and three artworks on the wall behind the speaker. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304288/
[Patrons in Front of Art]
Photograph of two women and a boy in front of an artwork. The artwork is a series of tiles in four rows and twenty-eight columns. Some of the tiles have patterns, some are grey, white or a pale yellow. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304284/
[Terry Tannert Leading Group]
Photograph of Terry Tannert leading a large group of people through an exhibition. There are about fifteen people in the group. They are in a room with art hanging on the walls. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304286/
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