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[Speaker at Gallery Talk]
Photograph of a gallery talk at Mexican Report: Contemporary Art from Mexico, an exhibition hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The speaker stands behind a podium. He holds a microphone. A painting hangs on the wall behind him. The painting features a pattern of gray squares.
[School Group in Gallery]
Photograph of a school group at Mexican Report: Contemporary Art from Mexico, an exhibition hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The children sit in the gallery space. They are casually dressed and face the camera. An adult woman stands to the right of the group.
[Elvis and Arturo Castillo on Museum Day]
Photograph of a six individuals during a Museum Day event hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Elvis and Arturo Castillo stand with Alebrijes Artisans from Oaxaca. A banner behind the group reads: "Elvis & Arturo Castillo."
[Pamphlet: Día de los Muertos Celebration 2004]
Pamphlet that advertises an event presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum entitled, "Día de los Muertos Celebration 2004". The pamphlet folds out to span three panels long. The cover of the pamphlet highlights the logo of the Mexic-Arte Museum, which is followed by the word "presents". The background is made up of a blurred photograph of enlarged motifs. When opened, the three panels are connected by a large, stylized illustration of a man wearing a tailcoat and running shoes in the center panel. The man's arm are held out, and he is holding skeleton marionettes that are dancing in both of the outermost panels. In addition to the dancing marionettes, the first panel also includes information concerning the date and times, location, and admission prices of the event. There is also information about a procession and major sponsors of the event. The third panel highlights a major sponsor and lists several activities and performances that will be at the event. The title of the exhibition spans all three panels. The back of the middle panel details information about the Mexic-Arte Museum, including the location, website, phone number, hours of operation, and sponsorships. The back of the first panel continues the motif background that is on the front cover.
[Patrons Enjoying Día de los Muertos Parade]
Photograph of four individuals at the Mexic-Arte Museum's annual Día de los Muertos parade. Two individuals, one of whom is a child, wear skull masks. The remaining patrons are adult males. A parade procession can be seen in the background. The photograph was taken at dusk in downtown Austin, Texas.
[Altar at Día de los Muertos Parade]
Photograph of an altar at the Mexic-Arte Museum's annual Día de los Muertos parade. The altar has multiple tiers covered in lace and white satin. Angel embellishments are attached to the fabric. Photographs and candles are arranged on the tiers.
[Altar to Alfredo Zalee]
Photograph of an altar to Alfredo Zalee at the Mexic-Arte Museum's annual Día de los Muertos parade. The altar is covered in blue cloth. A lighter blue headstone is situated on top of the altar. Flowers and ribbons are arranged in front of the headstone. A card reads: "Alfredo Zalce Artist Muralist Mexico 2003."
[Día de los Muertos Parade Banner]
Photograph of a banner at the Mexic-Arte Museum's annual Día de los Muertos parade. The banner reads "2004. Día de los Muertos. Mexic-ArteMuseum.org" and is decorated with yellow and green streamers.
[Senator Gonzalo Barrientos and Community Altars]
Photograph of Senator Gonzalo Barrientos at the Mexic-Arte Museum's annual Día de los Muertos parade. Barrientos, right, stands near a collection of community altars. Two young children and a teenager stand near him.
[Pamphlet: Collecting Latino Art]
Pamphlet that advertises an exhibition that was presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum entitled, "Collecting Latino Art". The pamphlet folds out to span three panels long, and the entire pamphlet has magenta backgrounds and borders. The front cover features a photograph of a painting of a buffalo along with the exhibition title. The first panel reiterates the title at the top and includes the dates of the exhibition as well as a list of the contributing artists. There is a small note at the bottom of the panel that informs about the tax-free and free admission days at the museum. The second panel solely features a photograph of a painting from the exhibition. The painting depicts a girl seated on a chair and wearing a white shift dress. Artwork credits are at the side of the painting. The third panel advertises a separate event that was presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum entitled "Noche de Fiesta Navideña 2004 [Christmas Night Party 2004]". The panel includes information about the event including the date and times, tickets, location, catering, and music. The pamphlet also mentions a silent auction and "Nacimientos, Nativity Scenes from Local Collections". The background is yellow with a large ornamental bird. The back of the last panel highlights a photograph of a painting that depicts a man holding a small human head on a string harness. The man is wearing a white sheet clipped to his shirt. Artwork credits are at the bottom of the painting. The back of the middle panel contains information about the Mexic-Arte Museum, including the Mexic-Arte logo, sponsorships, phone number, location, hours of operation, and the website.
[Alebrijes Artisans from Oaxaca]
Photograph of Elvis and Arturo Castillo, Alebrijes Artisans from Oaxaca, at a Museum Day event hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Artisans sit behind a table on which wooden carvings of animals are arranged. An artisan, center, demonstrates a technique to a patron who leans over the table.
[Alebrijes Artisans from Oaxaca]
Photograph of Elvis and Arturo Castillo, Alebrijes Artisans from Oaxaca, at a Museum Day event hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. An artisan sits behind a table on which wooden carvings of animals are arranged. A woman to the left of the table shows patrons a wooden carving.
[Child Making Mask]
Photograph of a young girl making a mask at the Mexic-Arte Museum's annual Día de los Muertos celebration. The girl uses a stamp to decorate the mask. Patrons stand in the background. The photograph was taken in downtown Austin, Texas.
[Boy Wearing a Mask]
Photograph of a young boy wearing a mask at the Mexic-Arte Museum's annual Día de los Muertos celebration. The mask is hand decorated. The boy wears a red and green tie dye shirt.
[Pamphlet: Siete Mundos, Cerámica Veracruzana]
Pamphlet that advertises an exhibition that was presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum entitled "Siete Mundos, Cerámica Veracruzana [Seven Worlds, Veracruz Ceramics]. The pamphlet folds out to span three panels long, and all of the photographs are black and white. The cover features the two words of the Spanish title of the exhibition layered on top of each other. The English translation of the title is included in a smaller typeface below. The first panel on the inside of the pamphlet includes two pictures of worn pointed-toe boots on the left-hand side of the panel. To the right of the photographs, there is information about the opening reception, a members-only preview, and a gallery talk. The third panel includes two short paragraphs about the exhibition at the top of the panel, a list of the contributing artists and curators, and artwork credits for the pamphlet. The third panel highlights a single photograph of an installation at the exhibition. The installation consists of ceramic limbs and body parts on a dark textile surface. The back of the last panel highlights a single photograph of a sculpture of a tall, cylindrical shape. The back of the middle panel features information about the museum, including admission information, the museum logo, hours of operation, address, phone number, website, and sponsors.
[Flyer: Grandeza Mexicana, Siglos XVI - XIX Exhibition]
Flyer that advertises an exhibition that was presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum and Conaculta-Inah entitled "Grandeza Mexicana, Siglos XVI - XIX [The Greatness of Mexico, 16th - 19th Centuries]". The front of the flyer features the Spanish translation of the name of the exhibition across the page, with the English translation smaller below. Part of the Spanish translation is covered by a cropped photograph of a statue that depicts a woman wearing a feather headdress, a ruffled dress, and high sandals. The date of the exhibition is placed next to the woman's feet, followed by a description of the exhibition below. Information about the museum as well as the logo is at the top of the page along the black border. The back of flyer contains four short paragraphs with the headings "Education Mission", "Interdisciplinary Community-Art Based Programs", "Public Programs for Special Exhibitions", and "Special Programming".
[Speakers at Opening Reception for Grandeza Mexicana]
Photograph of the opening reception for Grandeza Mexicana: Siglos XVI-XIX (The Greatness of Mexico: 16th-19th Centuries), an exhibition of artwork hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Sylvia Orozco, Lulu Flores, and Consul General of Mexico Jorge Guajardo stand near a podium. Sylvia Orozco stands behind the podium and speaks into a microphone. The title wall behind them reads: "Encuentro de Civilizaciones. Siglo XVI. Encounter of Civilizations. The 16th century."
[Jorge Guajardo at Opening Reception for Grandeza Mexicana]
Photograph of Consul General of Mexico Jorge Guajardo at the opening reception for Grandeza Mexicana: Siglos XVI-XIX (The Greatness of Mexico: 16th-19th Centuries), an exhibition of artwork hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Guajardo speaks to a group of schoolchildren. The children stand on the right. Patrons mill around in the background.
[School Group at Grandeza Mexicana Exhibition]
Photograph of a group of schoolchildren at Grandeza Mexicana: Siglos XVI-XIX (The Greatness of Mexico: 16th-19th Centuries), an exhibition of artwork hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The group stands in front of a title wall. Text on the wall reads: "Grandeza Mexicana. Siglos XVI-XIX. The Greatness of Mexico."
[Topographic Model]
Photograph of a topographic model at Grandeza Mexicana: Siglos XVI-XIX (The Greatness of Mexico: 16th-19th Centuries), an exhibition of artwork hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The model is covered in green leaves and white models of buildings, including ancient pyramids.
[Pamphlet: Festival Mexico 2005]
Pamphlet that advertises an exhibition that was presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum entitled "Festival Mexico 2005". The pamphlet folds out to span three panels tall, and all of the photographs are blue-tinted gray-scale. There is a pink border with flowers that is used througout the entire pamphlet. The cover of the pamphlet features the Mexic-Arte Museum logo stylized and colored pink, blue, and white on the left-hand side. On the right-hand side, the words "Austin Texas Downtown" are stylized to look like the logo on the left. In the middle, the words "Festival Mexico 2005" are stylized to also look like the logo, however in a larger scale. Below the three logos there are two photographs of people smiling at the camera and a headline that reads "More Food! More Fun! More Fiesta!". The first panel on the inside of the pamphlet features event information including tickets, date and times, and the location. Above the information there is a row of photographs lined with the pink border along with the event title. The second panel is dedicated to a "Schedule of Events", which are listed by time. There is a row of photographs along both sides of the panel. These photographs are continued on the next panel, which highlights a pink-tinted gray-scale photograph of a woman who is scheduled to perform at the festival. There is a description about the musician below the photograph followed by information about the last scheduled event and sponsorship information. The back of the last panel includes a list of event caterers under the headline "Enjoy Culinary Delights By:". The back of the middle panel features information about the museum, including the hours of operation, address, phone number, website, sponsors, and the logo.
[Pamphlet: The 10th Annual Young Latino Artists Exhibition]
Pamphlet that advertises an event that was presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum entitled, "The 10th Annual Young Latino Artists Exhibition". The pamphlet folds out to span three panels long, and all of the photographs features are black and white. The background of the cover of the pamphlet is split crosswise; half is a green graphic print and the other half is white. The color scheme and design elements are continued throughout the entire pamphlet. The cover features a boldly stylized title that reads "yla 10" along with the full exhibition title below and the museum logo at the top. Two large filmstrip style rows of photographs depicting art from the exhibition run along the three open panels on a crosswise angle. In between the photographs, which have a green and black border at the bottom, there is information about the exhibition, including the title, location, times and dates, and a short description. Information about the opening reception, a members preview, and a lecture is also included. The filmstrip of photographs are continued on the back of the last panel, which also highlights a separate concurrent exhibition entitled "The 12th Annual Serie Project". The panel includes a short description of the exhibition as well as a list of participating artists. The back of the middle panel features information about the Mexic-Arte Museum, including hours of operation, address, phone number, website, sponsors, and the logo.
[Woman Standing in Front of a Display Case]
Photograph of artist Claudia Rojas at "Young Latino Artists X", an exhibition of work by young artists hosted at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Rojas stands next to the right of a display case. She wears a black dress, glasses, and necklace. Small paintings hang on the wall behind her.
[Claudia Rojas at YLA X]
Photograph of artist Claudia Rojas at YLA X, an exhibition of work by young artists hosted at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Rojas stands next to the right of a display case. She is mostly in shadow and wears a black dress. Small paintings hang on the wall behind her.
[Claudia Rojas and Unnamed Man at YLA X]
Photograph of artist Claudia Rojas and an unnamed man at YLA X, an exhibition of work by young artists hosted at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Rojas, left, wears a black dress, glasses, and necklace. The unnamed man, right, wears a black button up shirt.
[Mural in Gallery for YLA X]
Photograph of a mural at YLA X, an exhibition of work by young artists hosted at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The mural features clouds, a volcano, and a funnel. Text on the wall reads "space place faces horse speak wants stair" and continues onto the floor. Safety cones and an iron are arranged on the floor.
[Painting in Gallery for YLA X]
Photograph of a painting in YLA X, an exhibition of work by young artists hosted at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The painting is silver, white, blue, and black. An orange safety cone is on the floor. Letters are painted on the floor.
[Shadow Boxes at YLA X]
Photograph of shadow boxes at YLA X, an exhibition of work by young artists hosted at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The shadow boxes feature kitchen and household items.
[Nicholás Muños and Unnamed Man at YLA X]
Photograph of Nicholás Muños and an unnamed man at YLA X, an exhibition of work by young artists hosted at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Muños stands on the right. The unnamed man wears a name tag. Artworks hang on the wall behind them.
[Nicholás Muños in Gallery]
Photograph of Nicholás Muños at YLA X, an exhibition of work by young artists hosted at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Muños crosses his arms at his chest. Multicolored artworks hang on the wall behind him.
[School Group and Mural at YLA X]
Photograph of a school group at YLA X, an exhibition of work by young artists hosted at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Members of the group are young adults. They stand in front of a mural that features a green dinosaur.
[Pamphlet: Painted Memory, The Art of Fidencio Durán]
Pamphlet that advertises an exhibition that was presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum and the Grace Museum entitled, "Painted Memory, The Art of Fidencio Durán". The pamphlet folds out to span three panels long. The cover of the pamphlet highlights a photograph of one of the artist's paintings along with the exhibition title and the names of the two exhibition sponsors. The painting depicts three women at an outdoor party. One of the women, who is wearing a red flowered dress, is dancing with a man wearing jeans and an unbuttoned yellow shirt. The woman next to her is wearing a blue dress with a black purse. The third woman is facing the background and holding a baby. The first panel includes information about the exhibition, including the title, sponsors, and the dates and times of an artist in-residence and a gallery talk. There is a photograph of one of the artist's paintings below along with artwork credits. The painting depicts two men talking next to a basketball court full of kids, brightly-colored cars, and a few chickens. The second panel features a few paragraphs about the exhibition and the artist along with a painting of three people picking flowers. The third panel includes a few paragraphs noted to be "Compiled by the Grace Museum from information provided by Sam Martin, Austin Chronicle, and the Artist". There is a photograph of a painting along with credits above that depicts three women in colorful dresses sitting on a bench outside of a small white house. There are also cars and more people in the background. The back of the last panel features a photograph of a painting of a boy gathering water. Underneath the artwork credits, there is a photograph of the artist along with a quote. The back of the middle ...
[Title Wall and Galleries at Exhibition of Work by Fidencio Duran]
Photograph of Painted Memory: The Art of Fidencio Duran, an exhibition of artwork hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Paintings hang on the walls of the gallery. A blue title wall appears on the right. It reads: "Painted Memories: Fidencio Duran."
[Man Posing with Guitar]
Photograph of a man posing with a guitar at Painted Memory: The Art of Fidencio Duran, an exhibition of artwork hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The man stands in front of a painting. The painting depicts a shirtless man riding a horse.
[Row of Paintings on a Gallery Wall]
Photograph of Painted Memory: The Art of Fidencio Duran, an exhibition of artwork hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Paintings hang on a wall in the gallery. Several are colorful, while the remainder are black and white.
[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.
[Students Taking Notes at Painted Memory Exhibition]
Photograph of two male students at Painted Memory: The Art of Fidencio Duran, an exhibition of artwork hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The students lean over a display case to take notes. Paintings hang on the walls of the gallery behind them.
[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.
[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 sit on the right. The cinder blocks are painted different colors.
[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.
[Build a Garden Project]
Photograph of Patricia Green's Build a Garden project at Andrews Elementary. Cacti have been planted in an overturned cinder block. The cinder block is painted yellow. Words on the cinder block include Destiny, Diane, May, and 2005.
[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."
[Garden Project Volunteers]
Photograph of Patricia Green's Build a Garden project at Andrews Elementary. Two children and two adults stand with shovels next to a garden. Overturned cinder blocks have been arranged into the shape of a heart. Plants have been planted inside of the heart and in the cinder blocks, which have been painted different colors.
[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.
[Patrons at Painted Memory Exhibition]
Photograph of patrons at Painted Memory: The Art of Fidencio Duran, an exhibition of artwork hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. A child lies on a large sheet of white paper while another child kneels next to him. Several individuals study paintings hanging on the gallery walls.
[Sylvia Orozco and Pamela Reese at Grandeza Mexicana Exhibition]
Photograph of four individuals at Grandeza Mexicana: Siglos XVI-XIX (The Greatness of Mexico: 16th-19th Centuries). Pamela Reese, second from the left, is handing a check to Sylvia Orozco. Orozco stands second from the right. Herlinda Zamora stands leftmost and an unnamed man stands rightmost. They stand in front of a selection of traditional garments.
[Artist and His Wife at Siete Mundos Exhibition]
Photograph of an Artist and his wife at Siete Mundos, or Seven Worlds: Ceramica Veracruzana, an exhibition of artwork hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The artist, right, wears a dark blue suit and glasses. His wife, left, wears a dark blouse. A ceramic mortar and pestle set is displayed on the right.
[Artist and His Wife at Seven Worlds Exhibition]
Photograph of an artist and his wife at Siete Mundos, or Seven Worlds: Ceramica Veracruzana, an exhibition of artwork hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The artist, right, wears a dark blue suit and glasses. His wife, left, wears a dark blouse. A ceramic mortar and pestle set is displayed on the right.
[Los Lonely Boys During SXSW]
Photograph of Los Lonely Boys visiting during SXSW at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Individuals sit at a table in the corner of a room while a few others stand. Bookshelves filled with books line the walls.
[Pamphlet: Red: Alberto Castro Leñero]
Pamphlet that advertises an exhibition that was presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum entitled "Red: Alberto Castro Leñero". The pamphlet folds out to span three panels long, and all of the photographs are black and white which matches the black, red and white color scheme. The cover of the pamphlet highlights a large abstract sculpture along with a watermarked version in the background. The title and dates of the exhibition are also included on the front cover. The first two panels on the inside feature a photograph of a textile texture that spans both panels. Underneath there is a short abstract about the exhibition. There is also information concerning the opening reception and a members' preview. The third panel includes a separate paragraph about the work and the exhibition as well as a drawing of a group of hooded people. There is also information about a gallery talk and a free admission day. The back of this panel features a short biography of the the artist as well as one of his sketchy drawings. The back of the middle panel includes basic information about the museum, including hours of operation, the address, phone number, and website.