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Gallery Opening Highlights Journalist’s Creativity, Insights, and Passions (tags)
A gallery opening at the Unrban Coffee House in Santa Monica, CA commemorates the life and work of John Johnson with commentary, music, silent auction, refreshements, a commemorative issue of Change-links, and tabling by independent, progressive media and publishers.
Political Poets at Tia Chucha's June 9th (tags)
Poor Magazine and Molotov Mouths Go South.
Soma: an anarchist therapy (tags)
Soma is a documentary about a group therapy in Brazil which incorporates capoeira, Wilhelm Reich, and anarchism.
Both Sides of the Border: Latin American and Chicano Art (tags)
With the recent upsurge in popularity for Latino art, Carlotta's Passion Fine Arts intends to present a proper historical and aesthetic context for what is quickly becoming an internationally renown school of art. As an expression of a newly independent hemisphere, Latin American art has long delighted and inspired a world audience. Vibrant, compelling and rooted in the unique experience of the Americas, the genre provides a bridge for a new contemporary US art movement. Chicano Art is the visual language of the Mexican-American community in the US, and domestically it has already made an impact with its bold aesthetics - now it is poised to become popular with the worldwide community. To help broaden that recognition, Carlotta's Passion Fine Arts presents, Both Sides of the Border: Latin American and Chicano Art.
"Columbus Day... NOT!" (tags)
"Columbus Day... NOT!" - With this special issue, Xispas, the online journal of Chicano culture, art, and politics... looks at the meaning and role of Columbus' voyage to the Americas in 1492.
XISPAS - New journal of Chicano, culture, art, and politics (tags)
Xispas.com is a new on-line journal for Xicano culture, art, and politics. Xispas is an exciting new on-line magazine that will be entertaining but not "entertainment." Xispas will deal with ideas, history, indigenous traditions, books, opinions, and social critique.
The reading we will present is a play written by Diane Lefer. Titled. “Termitary”. The play revolves around Magda. Magda was a woman imprisoned in a man's body. She came to the U.S. for surgery and now she's just a woman in prison -- an INS detention center to be exact. Join us on February 8th as we expose what the government is doing to immigrants, along with the life cycle of the termite!
"CARTOONS Y QUE" Art Show with Lalo Alcaraz (tags)
Award winning syndicated Chicano Cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz to appear Sept. 28th in Sylmar for discussion on Art and Politics
CARTOONS Y QUE (tags)
CARTOONS Y QUE is an exhibit of cartoons by leading Chicano Toonistas to be held at Tia Chucha's Cafe Cultural.
Conference On Raza Press, Media, And Popular Expression (tags)
Conference On Raza Press, Media, And Popular Expression: Its History And Its Use As A Tool For Liberation