Hispanic Research Center Art Gallery

The purpose of the Hispanic Research Center Art Gallery is to provide for a world-wide audience a pictorial panorama of the varied dimensions of Hispanic art.

Mexican Revolution of 1910 and its Legacy

An Internet-based exhibit on the Iconography, Music, and Songs of the Mexican Revolution of 1910 and Their Legacy in Current Art, Music, Poetry, and Social Movements.

Chicano Art
For Our Millennium

Collected works from ASU Community

An exhibition at the Mesa Southwest Museum,
May 1 - September 19, 2004

Fine Art Prints

The Bilingual Review/Press is proud to announce that we are offering for sale multi-original works (primarily lithographs and serigraphs) by U.S. Latina/Latino artists.

Serie Project: A decade of Latina/o Serigraphy
Chicana and Chicano Space

A resource for teachers, their students and others interested in Chicana and Chicano art and culture. The site presents over 25 Chicana/o and earlier artworks, as well as thematic instructional units focused on these artworks.

Serie Project participants learn the art of serigraphy--a technique that produces original, hand-pulled prints--under the guidance of a Master Printer. The Serie Project encourages multi-racial participation and 2/3 of participating artists are Latina/o.

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Chicano Art
For Our Millennium

Collected works from ASU Community

An exhibition at the Mesa Southwest Museum,
May 1 - September 19, 2004
Chicana/o Face