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[Invitation: The Serie Print Project: Recent Acquisitions]

Description: Invitation to the opening reception of The Serie Print Project: Recent Acquisitions, an exhibition housed at the Mexic-Arte Museum in 2001. The exhibition ran from March 8th, 2001 to April 18th, 2001. The opening reception occurred on March 8th, 2001. A drawing of a bald, bearded and mustachioed man who wears sunglasses is featured on the front of the invitation.
Date: 2001
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Flyer: I Ask the Impossible]

Description: Flyer advertising a book signing by famed Latina poet Ana Castillo, author of I Ask the Impossible. The event was held at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas on March 22nd, 2001. The flyer is printed on tissue paper.
Date: 2001
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Pamphlet: The Second Annual Taste of Mexico, A Cinco de Mayo Celebration]

Description: Pamphlet advertising an event presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum called "The Second Annual Taste of Mexico, A Cinco de Mayo Celebration". The title and as well as the date of the celebration is featured on the front cover. The pamphlet also includes information about the celebration, the sponsors, the participants, committee members and board of directors, museum membership information, and a menu.
Date: 2001
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Pamphlet: Treasures of the Cathedral of Saltillo, Mexico]

Description: Pamphlet advertising an exhibition presented by the city of Austin, the Consulate General of Mexico in Austin, the Catholic Diocese of Austin, and the Mexic-Arte Museum entitled "Tesoros de la Catedral de Saltillo", or "Treasures of the Cathedral of Saltillo". The pamphlet, when folded out, has three and a half panels. It contains colorful pictures of some of the artwork included in the exhibit as well as reception and exhibit details. When folded out, the last panel outlines the details of five different demonstrations, lectures, and performances presented as a part of the exhibit. The front and back cover as well as the front of the half-panel is spanned with a close up detail photograph of a gold surface covered in decorative elements and religious icons. The back of the middle cover features a large color copy of one of the paintings included in the exhibit as well information on the museum.
Date: 2002
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Pamphlet: Flor Y Canto (Flower and Song)]

Description: Pamphlet that advertises an exhibition that was presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum, the Mexican Community Center of Austin, and the Consulate General of Mexico in Austin entitled "Flor Y Canto (Flower and Song)". The cover of the pamphlet includes the title and dates of the exhibition, a quote from the curator, a colorful photograph of flowers, and a graphic flower border. The pamphlet folds out to span three and a half panels long. The first full-size panel headlines information about the exhibition, including the title, dates of the opening reception and a gallery talk, and details about what the exhibition is about. The second panel features a large color photograph of an installation piece that is made of mostly blue flowers. The third panel features a large expressionistic painting of a boy with his mouth agape. Artwork credits are on the bottom of both the second and third panels. The half panel highlights major sponsors and supporters of the museum and the exhibition. The back of the last panel features a large photograph of a man sitting in a chair with an open book in his lap. Artwork credits are at the bottom of the panel. The back of the middle panel details sponsorship and museum information.
Date: 2003
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Pamphlet: Stories Your Mother Never Told You Exhibition]

Description: Pamphlet that advertises an exhibition that was presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum entitled "Stories Your Mother Never Told You". The exhibition contains artwork by Celia Alvarez Muñoz. The cover of the pamphlet contains the title and dates of the exhibition framed in front of a sepia photograph of various crafting supplies including ribbons, charms, and lace. The pamphlet opens up to span three and a half panels long. The first panel features the exhibition name, dates, and a passage about the mission of the body of work. The first panel also includes the dates and times for the opening reception, a members only gallery walk-through, and a gallery talk with the artist and the curator of the exhibition. The second panel contains a black and white photograph of a Mexican altar from the exhibition with a quote from the artist underneath. The third panel features a large black and white photograph of text that has been superimposed over a hand. Above the photograph, there are details for an exhibition that ran concurrently to the featured exhibition. The separate exhibition is entitled "Morir en Inglés" (To Die in English), which features artwork by Anita Pantin. The panel contains dates and background information about the exhibition. The half-panel contains sponsorship information and a quote from Muñoz. The back of the last panel features a black and white photograph of an ornamental smock from the exhibition, along with artwork credits at the bottom. The back of the middle panel contains information about the Mexic-Arte Museum as well as quotes from the artist.
Date: 2003
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Pamphlet: Taste of Mexico 2003]

Description: Brochure that details the "Taste of Mexico 2003" event, which was presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum. The cover of the brochure features the event logo and title as well as the date and address of the event. The brochure contains information about the annual event as well as an event program and list of sponsors, participants, committee members, board members, staff, and silent auction donors. On pages seven and eight, there is a menu of dishes to be served by participating restaurants. There is a page about auction etiquette at the back of the brochure.
Date: 2003
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Pamphlet: Miradas Del Arte Mexicano, A Vision of Mexican Art]

Description: Pamphlet that advertises an exhibition that was presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum, the Consulate General of Mexico, and the City of Austin entitled, "Miradas Del Arte Mexicano, A Vision of Mexican Art". The entire pamphlet is printed in blue-scale, including the photographs of the paintings. The cover of the pamphlet features a gestural painting of a face as well as the exhibition title and dates. The pamphlet opens up to span three and a half panels long. The first full-size panel features information on the exhibition, including the title, the date and times of the opening reception and a members only gallery walk-through, and some background information about the purpose and works of the exhibition. The second panel features a large photograph of a painting of a man with a beard, a frilly collar, and a feather in his brimmed hat. There is artwork credits at the bottom of the page. The last panel advertises an exhibition entitled "Hecho en Juarez: An Intimate Visit to the Cuauhtemoc Market", which ran concurrent to the featured exhibition. There is a large photograph of two hands holding shrimp and artwork credits at the bottom of the panel. Above the photograph, There is a short passage that contains a quote from the artist as well as some background information. The half panel includes information about sponsorships and artwork credits. The back of the last panel features a large photograph of a painting of three gestural faces and artwork credit below. The back of the middle panel includes information about sponsorship and the Mexic-Arte Museum.
Date: 2003
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Title Wall for Hecho en Juarez]

Description: Photograph of a title wall for Hecho en Juarez: An Intimate Visit to the Cuauhtemoc, an exhibition of work by Joel Salcido. The wall reads: "The Contemporary Art Series presents: Hecho en Juarez: An Intimate Visit to the Cuauhtemoc by Joel Salcido. Sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts." A black and white photograph of hands hangs to the left of the text.
Date: May 1, 2003
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Pamphlet: The 8th Annual Young Latino Artists Exhibition, Spitting Aguas]

Description: Pamphlet that advertises the 8th Annual Young Latino Artists Exhibition, Spitting Aguas, which was presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum and the City of Austin. The cover of the pamphlet features the title and date of the exhibition as well as a large photograph of two miniature hooded figure toys on a patio table outside. The pamphlet opens up to span three and a half panels long. The first full size panel details information on the exhibition including the date and time of the opening reception and a members only gallery walk-through. There is also a list included in the description of the exhibition that describes the artists that are involved. The second panel features a large color photograph of a girl wearing a red sweatshirt and looking at a chalkboard. The photograph is a sample piece from the exhibition. The last panel advertises a different exhibition presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum and the Coronado Studio entitled "Serie X". The panel includes a list of the artists that are involved and the date and time of the opening reception. At the bottom of the panel, there is information about the Serie Day Symposium, including details about a panel discussion, a book signing, and a studio tour. There are two featured paintings from the exhibition on this panel. There is information about sponsorship and also artwork credits on the half panel. The back of the last panel features a large surrealism-style painting of a farmer holding bloody chickens, a lounging pig, corn, and a scarecrow, along with artwork credits on the bottom. The back of the middle panel has an illustration of a boy shooting a gun and information on sponsorship for both the museum and the exhibition.
Date: 2003
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Pamphlet: Selections from the Permanent Collection Exhibition]

Description: Pamphlet that advertises an exhibition that is presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum entitled "Selections from the Permanent Collection". The cover of the pamphlet features a sepia painting of a creature as well as the title and dates of the exhibition. The pamphlet folds out to three and a half panels long. The first panel includes the title and dates of the exhibition and information about the opening reception, a members only gallery walk-through, and a gallery talks. The second and third panels feature information about the exhibition as well as a large sepia woodblock print of a "Woman and Child" and a sepia photograph of a man sitting in front of a wall with two papers and photographs of children on it. The smaller panel is mostly covered by a cropped sepia photograph of a masked bird costume as well as sponsorship information. There is a large photograph of a "Pre-Columbian Sculpture" on the back of the last panel.
Date: 2003
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Sylvia Orozco and Sam Coronado at Splitting Aguas Exhibition]

Description: Photograph of Sylvia Orozco and Sam Coronado at YLA III: Splitting Aguas, an exhibition of artwork hosted by the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. They stand in front of a title wall. The text reads: "Twenty Year Anniversary ~ Austin, Texas ~ 2003. Serie Print Project." Orozco, right, wears a sleeveless black blouse and yellow flowered brooch. Coronado, left, wears a gray patterned shirt and name tag.
Date: 2003
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Title Wall for Adolfo Mexiac Retrospective]

Description: Photograph of the title wall for Un Michoacano Unversal: A Retrospective by Adolfo Mexiac at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The leftmost wall is yellow; two paintings ton blue, yellow, and red tones hang from it. Text on the wall reads: "Major Exhibition Sponsors: Philip Morris and H.E.B. Education Programs: Chase Bank. Media Sponsor: Austin-American Statesman." A small display case sits in front of the wall. There is a red half wall on the right side of the photograph that reads : "Adolfo Mexiac, Un Michoacano Universal: A Retrospective." On this wall is a painting of a man with arms crossed at his chest.
Date: 1999
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
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Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Pamphlet: Mario Rendon Lozano: Mexico, Vitality, and Roots, A Gallery Guide for Children]

Description: Guide for children to the Mario Rendon Lozano exhibit entitled "Mexico, Vitality, and Roots", at the Mexic-Arte Museum. The guide has a photograph of one of Lozano's sculptures on the front cover. The back cover lists the Board of Directors, staff, and sponsors, and members. The guide playfully explains the meanings and history behind several of Lozano's cultural artworks through usage of activities, photographs, and illustrations.
Date: 1999
Creator: Ybarra, Beatrice
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Group Photograph with Laura Bush, Sylvia Orozco, and Jorge Sedeño]

Description: Photograph of ten individuals standing in the Jose Cisneros exhibit at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. Text on the back of the photograph reads, from left to right: "Bill Rodriguez, Vice President, Dell Computer Corporation; Sylvia Orozco, Bill Tilney, Jorge Sedono, Mexic-Arte Museum; Maestro Jose Cisneros, Artist; Mrs. Laura Bush, First Lady of Texas; Tony Garza, Railroad Commissioner; Council Member Gus Garcia; Consul Eusebio Romero; Jorge Necer, Artist." The paintings on the wall behind them depict men and horses.
Date: 1999
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
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Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Program: Frida's Fiestas V]

Description: Flyer for Frida's Fiestas V, a benefit for the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas held on October 24th, 1999. The benefit included dinner and music by Pepe y los Tres Amigos.
Date: October 24, 1999
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Pamphlet: José Francisco Treviño: Raíces Sin Fronteras, A Retrospective]

Description: Pamphlet presenting the exhibition entitled Raíces Sin Fronteras, A Retrospective, which celebrates the art of José Francisco Treviño at the Mexic-Arte Museum. The front cover of the pamphlet features one of Treviño's oil paintings as well as information about the exhibit. There is a short biography and artist's statement as well as a write-up about the exhibition by the executive director of the Mexic-Arte Museum Sylvia Orozco. The pamphlet features a section that is dedicated to testimonies by fellow artists, which includes essays by Santa Barraza, Modesta Barbina Treviño, César Martínez, Sam Coronado, Luis Guerra, Raúl Valdez, Luis R. Gutiérrez, and Alberto Hijar. There is a numbered list of the artworks that make up the exhibition as well as a list of sponsors, members, staff, Board of Directors, and upcoming exhibitions.
Date: 2000
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[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.)
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Oscar Silva and Jorge Sedeño in Front of Title Wall]

Description: Photograph of Oscar Silva and Jorge Sedeño standing in front of a title wall. Silva, left, wears a black shirt and black jeans. Sedeño, right, wears a white blazer and black pants. A sculpture on the left features rope with ears of corn and straw hanging from them. Other artworks also feature straw. Text on the wall reads: "Diversity and Emergence series presents Oscar Silva, Working with Nature."
Date: 1999
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Sylvia Orozco in the Governor's Mansion]

Description: Photograph of Sylvia Orozco standing in the Governor's Mansion in Austin, Texas. The Austin Mural Tour occurred in December of 1999. Orozco, who wears a red blouse, looks toward a small table dedicated to icons of the Virgin Mary. A painting above the table features a man waving a hat. On the left, colorful candles have been placed on the ledge of a fireplace.A bookcase stands on the right. Text on the back of the photograph reads: "Sylvia Orozco, Executive Director Mexic-Arte Museum - gives tour of Art in Governor's Mansion, Austin, TC. Dec. 1999. Virgens of Guadalupe by Mack Martinez, and Jorge Necer. Mexic-Arte Museum assisted in decorating the Governor's Mansion. Curated by Sylvia Orozco."
Date: December 1999
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Postcard: Iker Larrauri: Ikerkinesis]

Description: Postcard for an exhibit at the Mexic-Arte Museum entitled "Ikerkinesis", which celebrates the art of Mexican artist Iker Larrauri. On one side of the flyer, two of Larrauri's drawings frame a short write-up about the artists' style and influences, as well as basic event information. The opposite side of the flyer features a copy of an original silkscreen print by Larrauri and some information about purchasing a copy of the print.
Date: 2000
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Pamphlet: Santa Barraza: A MexieTejana from Nepantla]

Description: Pamphlet presenting an exhibition at the Mexic-Arte Museum entitled Santa Barraza: A MexieTejana from Nepantla. There is an illustration of a profile of an adorned Hispanic face on the front cover of the pamphlet, which was printed on blue speckled paper. There is text on the inside and back of the pamphlet that explains Barraza's style, inspiration, and background. The text is surrounded by more illustrations and copies of the artists' work.
Date: 2000
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Guide: Santo Nino de Atocha]

Description: Exhibition guide for Santo Nino de Atocha: Faith, Art, & Culture, an exhibition held at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. The exhibition ran from May 3rd, 2001 to July 7th, 2001. The guide includes historical information, a selection of images, and space for children to create artwork of their own. The cover of the guide features a blue toned image of a seated child. The child holds a staff with one hand and a basket with the other. The child wears a long robe with a shell pinned at the chest and a hat.
Date: 2001
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum

[Sylvia Orozco at Opening Reception]

Description: Photograph of Sylvia Orozco speaking 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. Orozco stands behind a podium. An altar is set up in front of the wall behind her. On the altar are vases of flowers, candles, and small statues. The wall is painted blue and gold. Red roses are painted on the wall. Text on the wall says "Santo Nino de Atocha."
Date: 2001
Creator: Mexic-Arte Museum (Austin, Tex.)
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Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum