Getting up P'al Pueblo : Art Exhibit at the National Hispanic Cultural Center Albuquerque, New Mexico
Michael Loren Graham, M.A. Latin American Studies at UNM, co-curated this interactive exhibit.
The contemporary Mexican Artist collective known as the Assembly of Revolutionary Artist of Oaxaca (ASARO) use printing and graffiti techniques to diffuse knowledge in their community while challenging dominant political paradigms embedded in Mexican society. In a localized adaptation of of ASARO's commitment to visual and verbal exchange, "Getting Up P'al Pueblo: Tagging ASAR-Oaxaca Prints and Stencils," invites your participation in the exhibition by labeling or #taggin the images presented.
The exhibition is curated by Dr. Suzanne M. Schadl, Latin American Collections Curator, College of University Libraries and Learning Sciences, UNM, and Mike Graham de la Rosa, Curatorial Intern, NHCC, a M.A. graduate in Latin American Studies, and is dedicated to the memory of Dr. David Craven (1951-2012), UNM Distinguished Professor of Art History.
The "Getting Up Pa'l Pueblo" exhibit is on view from February 28 through November 8, 2014, at the National Hispanic Cultural Center (1701 4th St. SW) in the Art Museum. The exhibit is open to the public from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Admission prices are as follows: $3 adults; $2 seniors; free for children 16 and under; free to all on Sundays.
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