SMOKING MIRRORS: Visual Histories of Identity, Resistance, and Resilience.
An Art Exhibition curated by the Chicano/a Murals of Colorado Project.
Exhibit: Now thru February 26, 2022
Tuesday – Friday: Noon to 6 pm
Saturdays: Noon to 5 pm
Sunday & Monday: Closed
This visual arts exhibit curated by the Chicano/a Murals of Colorado Project will honor the Colorado Chicano/a tradition of using public art and murals in service to the people and communities that are historically dehumanized and oppressed in US society.
Alicia Cardenas, Nani Chacón, Gregg Deal, Cal Durán, EMORY, Víctor Escobedo, Carlotta Espinoza, Rita Flores de Wallace, Juan Fuentes, John Paul Granillo, David García, Anthony García, Jodie Herrera, Chelsea Lewinski, Sabinita López Ortiz, Yolanda M. López, Emanuel Martinez, Anthony Maes, Sylvia Montero, Jaime Molina, Adri Norris, Tony Ortega, Virgil Ortiz, Patsy Ortiz, Pacha, Carlos Sandoval, Ratha Sok, George 8X Stewart, Leticia Tanguma, Leo Tanguma, Jerry Vigil and JOLT.
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SMOKING MIRRORS: Visual Histories of Identity, Resistance, and Resilience
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