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[Postcard: Malaquías Montoya]

Description: Postcard invitation that advertises and exhibition that exhibits the work by Malaquías Montoya, a renowned Chicano artist, at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The exhibit ran from July 31, 1998 to August 29th, 1998. The front of the postcard features a painting titled "The Beating," which was created using acrylic wash pencil and pastel on paper. The painting is of a bald man who holds his right hand at his brow in an expression of pain.
Date: July 1998
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)

[Postcard: Let the Kiss Free!]

Description: Postcard advertising for two exhibitions at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The first exhibition, Kisses, opened on February 14th, 1990 and closed on March 10th, 1990. The second exhibition, Erotic Art, opened on February 14th, 1990 and closed on February 23rd, 1990. The front of the postcard depicts a series of "kiss marks," all but two of which are trapped behind bars. The text reads "Let the kiss free!"
Date: 1990-02-14/1990-03-10
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)

[Flyer: Texas Environmental Art]

Description: Flyer advertising the Mexic-Arte Museum's 1st annual exhibition of Texas Environmental Art in Austin, Texas. The exhibition ran from April 5th to 27th, 1991.
Date: April 1991
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)

[Postcard: Austin Annual]

Description: Postcard of the announcement of the Austin Annual of 1987. The information included describes that it includes an art exhibition and the location.
Date: 1987

[Postcard: Cinco de Mayo Celebration]

Description: Postcard that advertises an event for Cinco de Mayo. On one side, artwork by Pio Pulido fills the paper. The phrase "5 May" is drawn in the middle of the paper. The art also features a snake, a person's profile and other items. On the flip side, there is mailing information.
Date: 1988

[Postcard: Significant Contributions]

Description: Postcard advertising an exhibition entitled "Significant Contributions" which featured the work of Texan artists. The mailer includes information about the location, time and date of the event.
Date: 1988

[Fragments: Visual Evidence of a Decaying Culture]

Description: Postcard that advertises an exhibition entitled "Fragments: Visual Evidence of a Decaying Culture", which is an art exhibition of photographs that explore icons of an alienating and fragmented society. On one side, there is a photograph with a man and fragmented pieces of paper in the background. On the other side there is information on the when and where of the exhibit, and the artist.
Date: 1989

[Flyer: Derek Boshier Exhibit]

Description: Postcard of an advertisement for Derek Boshier's art exhibit and lecture. On one side, it is mostly black. The flyer give information about the lecture and exhibit, but also features the images of a hammer and sickle, a crescent moon, a cross and others. On the other side is postal information.
Date: 1989

[Postcard: "Positions" Exhibition]

Description: Postcard advertising an exhibition entitled "Positions", a reception sponsored by the University of Texas in conjunction with Mexic-Arte. On the left in large letters, there is a list of people's names. On the bottom, there is the date and location of the event.
Date: 1989

[Postcard: "Animate Inanimate" and "Quietism" Exhibitions]

Description: Postcard of two exhibitions entitled, "Animate Inanimate" and "Quietism". "Animate Inanimate" is an exhibit of object, machines and robots that was constructed using low technology techniques. "Quietism" is an exhibition that addresses the issue of man's non-harmonious relationship with the earth. On the other is information about the location and date of the event and other information.
Date: 1989

[Houston Women's Caucus for Art]

Description: Postcard of Houston Women's Caucus for Art (H.W.C.A) in Austin, Texas. On the front side, there is information about the location and date of the event. On the other side in postal information.
Date: 1989

[Postcard: Austin Annual, 1989]

Description: Postcard advertising the Austin Annual. On one side, it reads "Austin Annual '89" in all capitalized and large letters. On the other side is the date and location of the event.
Date: 1989

[Postcard: Austin Annual, 1989]

Description: Postcard invitation to Austin Annual. The exhibition was held from September 15th, 1989 to October 21st, 1989 at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. A reception was held on September 15th, 1989 at 7 pm.
Date: 1989-09-15/1989-10-21
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)

[Postcard: Mascaras Mexicanas [Mexican Masks] Exhibition]

Description: Postcard inviting the recipient to visit the Mascaranas Mexicanas exhibit at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The exhibit ran from May 3rd, 1996 to June 15th, 1996 and a reception was held on May 3rd, 1996. The front of the postcard features a photograph of an ornate mask. An almost human face with a mustache, two sets of horns, and an open mouth is surrounded be creatures. A bird sits atop the head as a snake wraps around it and three lizards crawl up the neck. The mask is painted in dark green, gold, and red colors.
Date: June 1996
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
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[Postcard: Divine Art Auction]

Description: Postcard inviting the recipient to visit an exhibition of divine art to be auctioned at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The Auction Party was held on December 14th, 1996. Divine art to be auctioned included "contemporary & traditional Retablos and Ex-votos," or votive paintings. The front of the postcard, which is blue in color, features a drawing of the Virgin Mary clasping her hands in prayer.
Date: December 14, 1996
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)

[Postcard: Mexican Print Collection]

Description: Postcard advertising an exhibit of selections from the Mexican Print Collection. The exhibit was held at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas and ran from September 13th, 1996 to October 12th, 1996. The front of the postcard features a drawing of a woman with long hair and slightly squinted eyes. The drawing is labeled: "Lacandon Woman by Raúl Anguiano."
Date: September 13, 1996
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)

[Postcard: Flaco Jimenez Benefit Concert]

Description: Postcard inviting the recipient to attend the album release of Buena Suerte, Señorita by Flaco Jimenez. The concert benefited the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas and was held on May 23rd, 1996. The front of the postcard includes a photograph of a man playing an accordion while standing in front of a train. The man looks up at the sky while a woman leans against the train.
Date: May 23, 1996
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)