[Postcard: Brazilian Visual Poetry]

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Postcard advertising an exhibit entitled "Brazilian Visual Poetry", which is curated by Regina Vater. The front of the postcard features the title of the exhibition in large red and blue letters. Some of the counter spaces of the letters are filled in with gray, and the word "Visual" is connected to the word "Poetry" through artistic rendering. The front of the postcard also contains a list of fifty-three Hispanic poets that are participating in the exhibition. The names of the better-known poets are larger, and placed as a border around the Mexic-Arte Museum logo and exhibit information. The back of ... continued below

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1 postcard : col. ; 16 cm.

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Vater, Regina 2002.

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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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Description

Postcard advertising an exhibit entitled "Brazilian Visual Poetry", which is curated by Regina Vater. The front of the postcard features the title of the exhibition in large red and blue letters. Some of the counter spaces of the letters are filled in with gray, and the word "Visual" is connected to the word "Poetry" through artistic rendering. The front of the postcard also contains a list of fifty-three Hispanic poets that are participating in the exhibition. The names of the better-known poets are larger, and placed as a border around the Mexic-Arte Museum logo and exhibit information. The back of the postcard outlines the details of the exhibit, including the date and time of the reception and information on other exhibits that are happening at the same time.

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1 postcard : col. ; 16 cm.

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  • Brazilian Visual Poetry, Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin, Texas, 2002

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Texas Cultures Online

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  • 2002

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Vater, Regina. [Postcard: Brazilian Visual Poetry], postcard, 2002; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth304642/: accessed June 25, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mexic-Arte Museum.