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[Crowd Watching Tibetan Buddhist Monks]

Description: Photograph of a large amount of people observing Tibetan Buddhists create a sand mandala. There is an area that is roped off which allows a team of Tibetan Buddhist monks to work. Their work area is a black table that they use as a canvas for their sand mandala. The monks are wearing red and yellow robes and the sand mandala appears to have been smeared on on half. The mandala consists of intricate designs and numerous colors and the materials used were crushed rock or colored sand.
Date: 1995
Item Type: Photograph

[Group Dining at Jalisco's Restaurant]

Description: Photograph of people sitting down at a table at Jalisco's restaurant. In front of them, there are paper name plaques, flowers, plates an glasses. Gloria Gene Moore, Dr. Guadalupe Marin and Sylvia Orzo are a few people who are present. There are four more men and women to their right.
Date: 1995
Item Type: Photograph

[Group Sitting at Jalisco's Restaurant]

Description: Photograph of two women and two men posing for a picture at Jalisco's restaurant. In the background, there are decorations in the restaurant, including the image of a man in a sombrero playing guitar and there are musical notes floating around him.
Date: 1995
Item Type: Photograph

[Tibetan Buddhist Monks Creating a Sand Mandala]

Description: Photograph of a group of Tibetan Buddhist monks. All but one are of Asian descent, the other man is Caucasian. Most of them are wearing sweatshirts or jackets over red robes. There are three men in the front sitting on the ground. Behind them are six men standing up and the Caucasian man is standing behind them.
Date: 1995
Item Type: Photograph

[Group Sitting at a Restaurant Table]

Description: Photograph of a group of seven woman and a man sitting in a booth at Jalisco's restaurant. The women sit on both sides of the table and the man at the far end in the middle. On the wall behind him,"Jalisco" is painted in red letters. On the table, there are glasses, plats and silverware available.
Date: 1995
Item Type: Photograph

[Tibetan Buddhist Monks Performing Ceremony]

Description: Photograph of a group of Tibetan Buddhist monks participating in a Tibetan Buddhist Monk Sand Mandala Event. On a black table, there is a mandala in the shape of a circle. The mandala has very intricate details and designs and full of different colors. On a table near their canvas, there are clear cups of colored sand. There is also flowers, ornaments and fruits on the table. The monks are wearing yellow robes and hats that have a Mohawk-style shape. Behind stanchions and rope, there is a large crowd of people observing the ceremony of the monks.
Date: 1995
Item Type: Photograph

[People Posing for General Education]

Description: Photograph of eight people, some children and some adults, posing for a picture in front of a banner for Southwestern Bell. There is a poster of a child's art on an easel behind the group. In front of them, there is a framed poster on an easel.
Date: 1995
Item Type: Photograph

[People Posing in Front of the Frida Kahlo Museum[

Description: Photograph of three people and their arms around each other at the door of the "Museo Frida Kahlo" or the Frida Kahlo Museum. The building is brightly painted in blue, green and red. The name of the museum is in large red letters above green doors.
Date: 1996
Item Type: Photograph

[Tibetan Buddhist Monks Creating a Sand Mandala]

Description: Photograph of a team of Tibetan Buddhist monks creating a sand mandala. Their work area is a black table that they use as a canvas. The monks are wearing masks over their mouths and noses and are using tools to place the sand in the correct place. The mandala has very intricate details and designs and full of different colors. On a table near their canvas, there are clear cups of colored sand.
Date: 1995
Item Type: Photograph

[Laura Bush Speaking at a Podium]

Description: Photograph of Laura Bush, First Lady of Texas, at the La Tejedora de Vida (The Weaver of Life) exhibit held at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Bush stands at a black podium and speaks into a microphone. She wears a black dress that has a collar and double row of buttons. She also wears red lipstick and nail polish. The wall behind her is yellow; several picture frames and a strand of green, white, and red streamers hang from it.
Date: 1999
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Item Type: Photograph
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[Altar to Roy Lozano]

Description: Photograph of an altar to Roy Lozano. The altar is tall and triangular, with many streamers and flowers adorning it. Oranges, lemons, bananas, cookies, and pretzels hand from expanses of string across the altar. A multicolored blanket covers a table within the altar, upon which are laid oranges and three bottles of amber liquid. Three Day of the Dead masks are attached to the top of the altar. On the ground, a layer of pinto and black beans create a symbol. Also on the ground is a basket of cookies and cured meats, as well as four vases of yellow and orange flowers. To the left of the basket is a black and white program. Behind the altar is a mural in maroon and white, which is largely hidden by the altar.
Date: October 31, 1998
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Item Type: Photograph

[Altar to Roy Lozano]

Description: Photograph of an altar to Roy Lozano. A layer of dry pinto beans has been spread across a wooden floor, with a pattern of dry black beans partially visible on the left side of the photograph. A glass of water and some dried meat sit in front of a black and white photograph. The photograph depicts a mustachioed man wearing a white collared dress shirt. Behind the photograph sits a black urn. Next to the urn is a vase of yellow and orange flowers.
Date: October 31, 1998
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Item Type: Photograph

[Speakers at Opening Reception]

Description: Photograph of two male speakers at the opening reception of Le Tejedora de Vida (The Weaver of Life), an exhibit held at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The speakers are poised to shake hands. The leftmost man has white hair, glasses, and wears a black suit. The other man is mustachioed and wears a black suit with a maroon and gold tie. The pair stand in front of a yellow wall adorned with picture frames. One wall hanging is a photograph of a cactus. Several of the picture frames appear to hold pieces of cloth.
Date: 1999
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Item Type: Photograph
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[Jorge Sedeño and Pilar Thompkins]

Description: Photograph of Jorge Sedeño and Pilar Thompkins at the opening reception of YLA III. Sedeno, left, wears dark pants, a gray dress shirt, and patterned tie. Thompkins, right, wears a blue dress with thin straps and a necklace. Text on the wall behind them reads "Pilar Thompkins," underneath which are two paintings by the artist. Both paintings are street scenes featuring people. The leftmost painting is of two boys who have light colored paint on their faces. The rightmost painting is of a laughing figure who wears a mask, white fabric flowing around him.
Date: 1998
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Item Type: Photograph

[Speaker at Mexican Style Show]

Description: Photograph of a speaker at Veronica Prida's Mexican Style Show, Threads of Light, held at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The speaker stands behind a black podium covered in cloth that is horizontally striped in black, purple, and red colors. The speaker wears a black lace dress, yellow brooch, and blue sash. Behind the speaker are two male and two female mannequins dressed in Mexican style clothing. On the left stands a small potted tree, the bottom of which is covered in patterned fabric. One wall is yellow, while the other wall is brown.
Date: February 28, 1999
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Item Type: Photograph
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[Pamphlet: La Tejedora de Vida, An Exhibition from Serfin Museum of Indigenous Textiles]

Description: Pamphlet regarding the ribbon cutting ceremony for the La Tejedora de Vida [The Weaver of Life] exhibit occurring at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The ceremony was held on January 22nd, 1999. On the front cover is a black and white photograph of a woman weaving cloth. Inside is a red drawing of a woman weaving cloth against a tree. The woman is in traditional dress and wears a snake on her head. There is also a black and white photograph of a man and woman kissing. Green geometric patterns adorn the edges of several pages.
Date: 1999
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Item Type: Pamphlet

[Models on Runway]

Description: Photograph of people modeling clothing at Veronica Prida's Mexican Style Show, Threads of Light, held at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Seven models are in view walking down a runway covered in confetti. The leftmost woman wears a white dress and both pink and white flowers in her hair. To her right is a woman wearing a green ribbon in her hair and a dress with a bright floral pattern. The third woman is obscured by the fourth, who wears a blue blouse, loose white pants, and a blue ribbon in her hair. A woman with her hair in small braids follows her, wearing a red and white striped poncho. Behind this woman is a woman who wears a red, black, and green feathered headdress and translucent pink dress with flowers embroidered onto the bodice. Last in line is a man wearing white shorts and a pink fringed shirt with a pointed hat from which colored streamers hang. Several people can be seen viewing the models.
Date: February 28, 1999
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Item Type: Photograph
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[Kirk Watson Speaking at a Podium]

Description: Photograph of Kirk Watson, mayor of Austin, speaking at Le Tejedora de Vida (The Weaver of Life) exhibit at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Watson wears a gray suit, white dress shirt, and paisley tie. He stands at a microphone with his right hand perched on the podium in front of him. Behind Watson is a yellow wall upon which multiple picture frames are hung. Several of the picture frames hold small paintings, while the remainder hold text documents.
Date: 1999
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Item Type: Photograph
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[Group on Saltillo Trip]

Description: Group photograph of ten people taken during a trip to Saltillo, Mexico. Leftmost is a man wearing black dress pants, a white dress shirt, and tie. Next to him is a woman wearing a patterned dress and red jacket followed by a man in a gray suit and a woman wearing a black dress with a belt and brooch. Jorge Sedeño, next, wears a dark suit and patterned tie. Next to Sedeno is Sylvia Orozco, who wears a red dress and holds a poster that, though whitewashed by the flash, appears to be a drawing of a building. To the right of Sedeno is a woman wearing a purple and black patterned dress, a woman wearing an yellow and red-orange dress, a man wearing a navy blue suit and tie, and a man wearing a black suit and red tie. The group stands on a cobbled floor in front of a grouping of tall plants. Two walls are gray stone, while the last visible wall is white with orange stone columns.
Date: July 1998
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Item Type: Photograph

[Oscar Silva and Unnamed Woman in Front of Title Wall]

Description: Photograph of Oscar Silva and an unnamed woman standing in front of a title wall. Silva, left, wears a black shirt and black jeans. The unnamed woman, right, wears a green sweater and jeans. A sculpture on the left features rope with ears of corn and straw hanging from them. Text on the wall reads: "Diversity and Emergence series presents Oscar Silva, Working with Nature."
Date: 1999
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Item Type: Photograph

[Herlinda Zamora and Unnamed Person Prepare for Exhibition]

Description: Photograph of Herlinda Zamora and an unnamed man preparing for Raíces Sin Fronteras, an exhibit of work by Jose Francisco Treviño held at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The unnamed man, left, wears gray pants and dark jacket. Zamora, right, wears jeans, a denim blouse, and black jacket. They sit among a collection of wooden platforms and crates.
Date: 1999
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Item Type: Photograph

[Santa Barraza, Jorge Sedeño, Sylvia Orozco, and José Francisco Treviño]

Description: Photograph of four individuals at the Raices Sin Fronteras exhibit held at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. From left to right are Santa Barraza, Jorge Sedeño, Sylvia Orozco, and José Francisco Treviño. Barraza, left, wears a black blazer and purple blouse. Sedeño, second from the left, wears a gray blazer. Orozco, second from the right, wears a lime green blouse. Treviño, right, wears a white dress shirt and vest in white, brown, and black colors.
Date: 1999
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Item Type: Photograph
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[Nilda de la Llata Speaking]

Description: Photograph of Nilda de la Llata speaking at an art auction held at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas on December 3rd, 1999. The auction featured folk art, retablos, prints, and a Hispanic Leaders Talent Show. Nilda de la Llata speaks into a microphone. She wears a black coat and glasses. An unnamed man, right, wears glasses and a gray shirt. He holds a blue, white, and black electric guitar. A drummer can be seen in the background. The wall behind them is red. Cylindrical sculptures are displayed on platforms.
Date: December 3, 1999
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Item Type: Photograph
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