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[Pamphlet: 64 Beds]

Description: Pamphlet of information regarding 64 Beds, an all night performance vigil which took place in December of 1988. The vigil was held to spread awareness about the homeless population and the struggles that the homeless face. Lists of performers and pages of advertisements are also included.
Date: October 1988

[Booklet: Realidades Mexicanas and La Muerte Vive]

Description: Catalog of two exhibits from the Austin, Texas. One exhibit was called "La Muerte Vive" and the other was named "Realidades Mexicanas" and showed off Mexican and Mexican American artworks. The catalog also includes information about the Mexic-Arte Museum, the exhibits and other topics.
Date: 1985
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)

[Día de los Muertos]

Description: Pamphlet of the Mexic-Arte Museum invitation to the Day of the Dead a Multi-Disciplie Art Celebration event. It includes the schedule of the event, a history of the Day of the Dead holiday, and Day of the Dead illustrations.
Date: 1985

[Outside of the Arts Warehouse]

Description: Photograph of the Arts warehouse from the outside. There are five cars parked on the side of the road. The title "the Arts warehouse" is painted on the side of the building. There are two signs near the corner of the building directing towards the entrance.
Date: 1985
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[Attendees at an Art Exhibition]

Description: Photograph of people attending the art exhibition. There are three artworks hanging on the wall in the background. In the foreground, there is a middle-aged man, an older man and a middle-aged woman (from left to right). The older man and woman are facing the camera, but the other man is looking away.
Date: 1985
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[People Admiring Artworks]

Description: Photograph of four people standing shoulder to shoulder in front of a large painting. They all have their arms around the person or people beside them. There are two other artworks in the shot, one on the wall and the other learning on the large painting in front of which the people are posing.
Date: 1985
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[Two Carved Watermelons]

Description: Photograph of two watermelons side by side. They both have words carved out of them. The words are all capitalized, raised and are made of the green rind. The rest of the watermelon was cut off and the red meat of the watermelon can be seen. The watermelon on the left reads "Mexicarte Greening" and the one on the right reads "The Austin Culture." The watermelon on the right has fruit and flowers behind and on it.
Date: 1985

[Two People in Costume and Sugar Skull Make Up]

Description: Photograph of a man and woman in vintage-style clothing. The man is on the left and the woman on the right. She is wearing a black dress, a pearl necklace and a black head piece. He is wearing a grey suit, gold wallet chains, and a white hat. Both have their faces painted to look like sugar skulls. They are posing in front of a cemetery.
Date: 1985

[Sculpture by Jose Luis]

Description: Photograph of a sculpture by Jose Luis that is set up for an art exhibition. Artworks can be seen in the background hanging on the wall. The sculpture appears to be an abstract interpretation of the human body. A face can clearly be seen on the top of the piece.
Date: 1986
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[Two People in Day of the Dead Costumes]

Description: Photograph of two girls in Day of the Dead dresses. The girl on the right is in a multicolored dress. She has a red shawl over her shoulders, a white top and the bell of her dress is green with a large pattern. She also has a sombrero on and her face is painted as a sugar skull. The girl on the left is wearing a white dress, mask and veil. In the background, there are artworks hanging on the wall.
Date: 1986