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Guide to the Sean Carillo Papers CEMA 85
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Description
This collection is divided into five series. Series I Biographical in two folders contains personal, biographical material about Sean Carillo and his career. Series II Chicano Punk Rock Aesthetics in five folders, is made up largely of ephemera about the East Los Angeles Chicano punk scene represented by such groups as “Los Illegals”, “Brat” and “Plugz”. Series III Film Studies in two folders, contains a collection of film festival publicity and film critiques from the period of Carrillo’s life when he was an avid classic and avante garde film fan. Series IV Chicano Art in four folders and an oversize container consists of correspondence, manuscripts, and ephemera. Series V Video recordings contain three videos: Exploratorium Fashion Show at California State University, Los Angeles, and early experimental Chicano performance art. Noteworthy, at the end of VS0987/UM is a stage performance by the Chicano punk rock band “Brat” featuring Teresa Covarrubias on vocals.
Background
Sean Carrillo was born in Boyle Heights, (Los Angeles) California in 1960; the eighth of nine children born to Jose P. Carrillo and Elisa Arevalo of El Paso, Texas. He attended Resurrection Grammar School in East LA and Bishop John J. Cantwell High School in Montebello, California. As a teenager, Sean completed a self-directed photography course at All Nations Neighborhood Center in Los Angeles and later at the behest of Director Bill Maxwel he became a member of the board of directors as Community and Youth Representative.
Extent
2.0 linear feet 1 document box, 1 oversized box and videos
Restrictions
Copyright has not been assigned to the Department of Special Collections, UCSB. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Special Collections. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Department of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which also must be obtained.
Availability
Service copies of audiovisual items may need to be made before viewing or listening. Please consult Special Collections staff for further information.