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[Group at Opening Reception for Santo Nino de Atocha Exhibition]

Description: Photograph of a nine individuals at the opening reception for Santo Nino de Atocha: Faith, Art, and Culture, an exhibition held at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The exhibition ran from May 3rd, 2001 to July 7th, 2001. Sylvia Orozco, left, wears a black dress. Nilda de la Llata, center, wears a floral blouse. The group stands in front of a title wall. Text on the wall reads "Santo Nino de Atocha."
Date: 2001
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Location Info:
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Guide: Traces of Culture]

Description: Exhibition guide for Traces of Culture, an exhibition held at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The exhibition ran from July 20th, 2001 to September 1st, 2001. The guide includes statements from the executive director, sponsor, and curator of the Mexic-Arte Museum. Artist biographies and examples of artwork make up the bulk of the guide.
Date: 2001
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Invitation: Luis Jiménez]

Description: Flyer inviting the recipient to attend an opening reception for a retrospective of artwork by Luis Jiménez. The opening reception occurred on September 14th, 2001. A Members' Preview occurred earlier on the same day. The exhibition, which was housed at the Mexic-Art Museum in Austin, Texas, ran from September 14th, 2001 to November 24th, 2001. The front of the flyer features a drawing of a man riding a horse. His left arm is raised and holds a pistol. On the back of the flyer is an illustration of a horse's head.
Date: 2001
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Flyer: Lettuce]

Description: Flyer advertising the opening reception for Lettuce, an installation by Roisel Ramirez that was housed at the Mexic-Arte Museum in 2001. The opening reception occurred on September 14th, 2001. The flyer is printed on tissue paper. Half of the flyer is lime green.
Date: 2001
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Invitation: Día de los Muertos Parade & Celebration]

Description: Invitation from the Mexic-Arte Museum regarding the 17th Annual Día de los Muertos Parade & Celebration. The parade occurred on November 2nd, 2001. Other events included musical entertainment, a theater performance, and artists' activities booths. The flyer is illustrated with drawings of skeletons.
Date: November 2, 2001
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Pamphlet: Americanos, Latino Life in the United States]

Description: Pamphlet that advertises an exhibition presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum entitled, "Americanos, Latino Life in the United States". Along with the exhibition title and running dates, there is a large blue-tinted photograph of a mother and young daughter. The pamphlet folds out to three and a half panels long. There are five orange and blue tinted photographs of Hispanic people that run along the bottom. The title of the exhibition is featured in large type across three of the panels above the photographs. The national sponsors are listed on the half panel, and there is a small descriptive paragraph about the exhibition on the first panel. There is a title and paragraph about a "Special Guest & Book Signing" on the last panel. The back of the last panel is entitled "Beyond Images", and includes information on four different performances and lectures that is part of the exhibition. Information about the Mexic-Arte Museum sponsors and the museum hours is provided on the back of the middle panel.
Date: 2002
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Postcard: Brotherhood of Light, An Exhibition from El Centro de la Imagen, Mexico City]

Description: Postcard advertising a photography exhibition presented by the Consulate General of Mexico, the Mexican Community Center, and the Mexic-Arte Museum entitled "Cofradía de Luz [Brotherhood of Light], An Exhibition from El Centro de la Imagen, Mexico City". The postcard, which is printed on white transparent paper, features exhibit information including the title, sponsors and their logos, the participants, and the date and time of the event.
Date: 2002
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Pamphlet: 3rd Annual Taste of Mexico, A Cinco de Mayo Celebration]

Description: Pamphlet that details the events and contributors of the "3rd Annual Taste of Mexico, A Cinco de Mayo Celebration", which is presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum. The pamphlet includes information about the festival including event details, itineraries, menus, sponsorship and committee information, contributors, participants, membership information, and a message from the Vice President/Public Affairs Chair of the festival. There is also information on the silent auction.
Date: 2002
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Pamphlet: Paradox Without the Absurd]

Description: Pamphlet advertising an exhibition by Latino artist Ernesto Marenco presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum entitled "Paradox Without the Absurd". The front cover of the exhibition guide features a large photograph of one of Marenco's sculptures as well as the title. On the inside of the guide, there is a numbered list of art pieces that can be found in the exhibit along with the corresponding date created, materials used, price, and a secondary name. This list is continued on the back of the pamphlet. There is also information about the artist himself and about the mission of the diversity and emergence series.
Date: 2002
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Flyer: It's a Glamorous Life]

Description: Flyer advertising It's a Glamorous Life, an exhibition hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas for the Seventh Young Latino Artist Exhibition (YLA VII). The exhibition ran from July 12th, 2002 to September 14th, 2002. Flyer includes a statement from the curator and a list of featured artists. Illustrations of stars appear in the background of the flyer.
Date: 2002
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Pamphlet: Crossing Over Exhibition]

Description: Pamphlet that advertises an exhibition that was presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum entitled "Crossing Over". The exhibition contained artwork by Willie Varela. The pamphlet has been printed in all over red scale, including the photographs. The cover of the pamphlet features a photograph of a corrugated metal fence and a blank billboard in the distance. The title and a descriptive secondary title are also included on the front. The pamphlet opens up to span three and a half panels long. The first panel includes the name of the exhibition as well as the dates and times of the opening reception, a members only preview, and a gallery talk by the artist. The second panel features a large photograph of a dilated eyeball and a statement about the exhibition above. The third panel features a picture of a drawing of an elderly woman standing next to a giant parrot. Details about an exhibition that ran concurrently to the featured exhibition are also included. The half-size panel includes information on sponsorship. The back of the last panel headlines a picture of two Hispanic boys who are looking in different directions. The back of the middle panel details information on the Mexic-Arte Museum.
Date: 2004
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Marisa Nunez and a Title Wall]

Description: Photograph of Marisa Nunez and a man standing in front of a title wall. Nunez is wearing overalls with short pant legs and a white shirt underneath. The man is wearing dark pants and a black sweater. The title wall is white with black text and a black sketch artwork. The wall's first reads "The Diversity and Emergence Series Presents," then it reads, "Swallow" in large, capitalized letters, and lastly, it reads, "Works by Marisa Nunez."
Date: 1998
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Invitation: Art of Oaxaca]

Description: Pamphlet to Art of Oaxaca: Juegos y Evocaciones by Rudolfo Morales, an exhibit hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas from May 1st, 1998 to June 6th, 1998. The front of the invitation features a painting titled "El Paplote (The Kite)" by Rodolfo Morales. In the painting, two children cling to a seated woman. To her right, another seated woman holds onto a kite string. A man crouches over in the foreground while two other woman huddle next to him. The floor of the room is checkered in pattern.
Date: May 1998
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Pamphlet: Colorin Colorado, The Art of Indian Children]

Description: Pamphlet that advertises regarding Colorin Colorado and Frida's Fiesta IV, events held at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Colorin Colorado occurred on September 11th, 1998. Frida's Fiestas IV occurred on October 18th, 1998. The lettering on the front of the invitation is black and red, with a few of the letters seeming to have eyes. Inside, there are two childish drawings, both in black and red. The first depicts a young, smiling girl. The second depicts a horned animal, flowers, two flying insects, and two disembodied faces. A third drawing depicts a young woman holding a red fork in her left hand. Her right hand appears in four different positions, from limp to poised atop her head, giving it the appearance of movement.
Date: 1998
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Sylvia Orozco and Group by Title Wall]

Description: Photograph of Sylvia Orozco and three others by a title wall. From left to right, there is an unnamed man with long hair, a yellow shirt and tan slacks, Sylvia Orozco in a black blouse and a skirt, an unnamed woman with a light colored suit and pants and a man in a tan suit with a blue shirt underneath. The group is blocking part of the text of the title wall.
Date: 1998
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Group Picture with Herlinda Zamora and Two Others]

Description: Photograph of five people, including Herlinda Zamora, Juan Miguel Ramos, Sylvia Orozco and Jorge Sedeño. From left to right, there is Herlinda Zamora in a light colored shit and a blue skirt, Ramos in a green shirt and dark pants, an unnamed older woman in a blue blouse and light colored skirt, Orozco in a black dress and Sedeno in a grey button up shirt and dark pants. They are all standing in front of a title wall, but they are covering up much of the text on the wall.
Date: 1998
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[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.)
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[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.)
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Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Pamphlet: Santa Barraza and Sam Coronado]

Description: Pamphlet regarding a two-person exhibit of work by Santa Barraza and Sam Coronado in celebration of Cinco de Mayo. The exhibit ran at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas from May 3rd, 1999 to July 5th, 1999. Flyer includes biographies of the artists and names of the artworks on display.
Date: 1999
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Invitation: Images]

Description: Invitation to an event at Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas about Imagenes, a book of Spanish poetry by Sue Littleton, with a presentation by Nestor Lugones. The event was held Tuesday, January 23rd, 1990 and was sponsored by several organizations.
Date: January 1990
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Flyer: Galisteo Campfire]

Description: Flyer advertising Galisteo Campfire, a series of events at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The events were held on January 19th, 20th, 25th, and 27th of 1990.
Date: January 1990
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Program: From the Land of the Feathered Serpent]

Description: Program for From the Land of the Feathered Serpent, a production presented by Project Interact and the Mexic-Arte Museum. On the front cover a serpent is depicted wearing a headdress and covered in feathers. The productions were held on February 24th, April 28th, May 5th, and May 12th of 1990 at the Zachary Scott Theatre Center in Austin, Texas.
Date: 1990-02-24/1990-05-12
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum