[Flyer: Sterilized for Your Protection]

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Exhibition flyer for Sterilized for Your Protection, a collection of work by Adrian Parra. The exhibition was held at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas from January 12th, 2001 to February 24th, 2001. An opening reception was held on January 12th, 2001. This exhibition was part of the museum's Diversity and Emergence Series. Flyer is printed on white and pink patterned tissue paper.

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1 postcard : col. ; 11 x 16 cm.

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Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.) 2001.

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Mexic-Arte Museum

Since its inception in 1984, the Mexic-Arte Museum has been a pioneer institution in the museum field as one of the few Mexican and Mexican-American Art museums in the United States. The museum contributes to Latino cultural enrichment and works to improve the quality of life through innovative exhibitions and educational programming.

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Exhibition flyer for Sterilized for Your Protection, a collection of work by Adrian Parra. The exhibition was held at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas from January 12th, 2001 to February 24th, 2001. An opening reception was held on January 12th, 2001. This exhibition was part of the museum's Diversity and Emergence Series. Flyer is printed on white and pink patterned tissue paper.

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1 postcard : col. ; 11 x 16 cm.

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  • Diversity and Emergence Series, Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin, Texas, 2001

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Texas Cultures Online features local history materials from eighteen institutions depicting the diverse cultures of Texas during the 19th and 20th centuries. Funding provided by the Amon Carter Foundation.

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  • 2001

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Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.). [Flyer: Sterilized for Your Protection], postcard, 2001; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304554/: accessed April 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mexic-Arte Museum.