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Album 12, Slide Cat.11 059

(title unknown) undated

creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

A photo of Cine Latino Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Category: Photography.
Album 12, Slide Cat.11 060

(title unknown) undated

creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

A close-up of Cine Latino Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Category: Photography.
Album 12, Slide Cat.11 061

(title unknown) May 5, 1977

creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

Woolworth's Cinco de Mayo store display with two watermelon piñatas. Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Category: Photography.
Album 12, Slide Cat.11 062

(title unknown) undated

creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

Motif candle with picture of the Virgin of Guadalupe. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms. Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Category: Photography.
Album 12, Slide Cat.11 063

Woolworth's Store Display May 5, 1977

creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

Woolworth's Cinco de Mayo window display Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Category: Photography.
Album 12, Slide Cat.11 064

Woolworth's Store Display May 5, 1977

creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

Woolworth's Cinco de Mayo store display with two guitars and a watermelon piñata. Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Category: Photography.
Album 12, Slide Cat.11 065

Woolworth's Store Display May 5, 1977

creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

Woolworth's Cinco de Mayo store display with a guitar piñata on the left and part of a watermelon piñata on the right. Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Category: Photography.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 001(1-2)

Bulldog undated

creator: Alvarez, David

Description/Comments

From Animal Wood Carvers of New Mexico Exhibition at Galería de la Raza (June 15-July 16, 1985). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Artist Unknown; Media: carved wood; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 002(1-4)

Sow and Piglets undated

creator: Alvarez, David

Description/Comments

From Animal Wood Carvers of New Mexico Exhibition at Galería de la Raza (June 15-July 16, 1985). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Artist Unknown; Media: carved wood; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 003(1-5)

Housecat undated

creator: Archuleta, Felipe Benito, 1910-1991

Description/Comments

From Animal Wood Carvers of New Mexico Exhibition at Galería de la Raza (June 15-July 16, 1985). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Artist Unknown; Media: carved wood; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 004(1-2)

(title unknown) undated

creator: Archuleta, Felipe Benito, 1910-1991

Description/Comments

From Animal Wood Carvers of New Mexico Exhibition at Galería de la Raza (June 15-July 16, 1985). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Artist Unknown; Media: carved wood; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 005(1-3)

Day of the Dead Mask 1982

creator: Avalos, David

Description/Comments

From Máscaras Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (September 10-October 8, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 006(1-5)

San Gabriel undated

creator: Baros, Alberto

Description/Comments

From Santos de New Mexico Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez at Galería de la Raza (April 3-June 4, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: retablo (altar-piece of flat carved wood); Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 007(1-4)

San Miguel undated

creator: Baros, Alberto

Description/Comments

From Santos de New Mexico Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and RenéYañez at Galería de la Raza (April 3-June 4, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: retablo (altar-piece of flat carved wood); Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 008(1-13)

San Rafael undated

creator: Baros, Alberto

Description/Comments

From Santos de New Mexico Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez at Galería de la Raza (April 3-June 4, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: retablo (altar-piece of flat carved wood); Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 009(1-18)

Cuando el Muerto Camina undated

creator: Bradley, Michael

Description/Comments

From El Día de los Muertos 1988 Exhibition at Galería de la Raza (October 18-November 12, 1988). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Yolanda M. Lopez; Media: mixed media; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 010

Máscara Azul undated

creator: Bradley, Michael

Description/Comments

From El Día de los Muertos 1988 Exhibition at Galería de la Raza (October 18-November 12, 1988). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Yolanda M. Lopez; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 011

Cross undated

creator: Cabera, W.

Description/Comments

From La Cruz: Spiritual Source, Ancient and Contemporary Expressions at Galería de la Raza (March 15-April 9, 1988). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Yolanda M. Lopez; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 012

Chair 1986

creator: Connell, Kate

Description/Comments

From South Africa, State of Emergency Exhibition at Galería de la Raza (July 15-August 24, 1986). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: David Goodyear; Media: mixed media; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 013

El Volario undated

creator: Connell, Kate

Description/Comments

From El Día de los Muertos 1985 exhibition and celebration at Galería de la Raza. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Artist Unknown; Media: mixed media; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 014

Here Comes Trouble undated

creator: Connell, Kate

Description/Comments

From El Día de los Muertos 1984 exhibition and celebration at Galería de la Raza. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Artist Unknown; Media: mixed media; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 015

(title unknown) undated

creator: Cuellar, Rodolfo

Description/Comments

From Self-Portrait Exhibition, organized by curator Carmen Lomas Garza at Galería de la Raza (September 12-October 12, 1980). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Carmen Lomas Garza; Media: copper sculpture (portable); Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 016(1-2)

(title unknown) undated

creator: Davalos, Pete

Description/Comments

From Licita Fernandez and Pete Davalos Exhibition, organized by curator Carmen Lomas Garza at Galería de la Raza (February 12-March 8, 1981). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Artist Unknown; Media: ceramics (portables); Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 017

(title unknown) 1987

creator: Roache, Ivan de la

Description/Comments

From La Misión Nueva Exhibition at Galería de la Raza (September 1-26, 1987). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Yolanda M. Lopez; Media: mixed media; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 018

(title unknown) undated

creator: Ellery, Barry

Description/Comments

From Máscaras Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (September 10-October 8, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 019

Rituals and Rites of Passage #2 June 1982

creator: Fernández, Rudy M.

Description/Comments

From Contemporary Sculpture and Prints Exhibition of Rudy M. Fernández and Luis Jiménez at Galería de la Raza. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Wolfgang Dietze; Media: mixed media; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 020

(title unknown) undated

creator: Fortgang, Helaine, 1937-1992

Description/Comments

From Máscaras Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (September 10-October 8, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 021

Bird Woman undated

creator: Fortgang, Helaine, 1937-1992

Description/Comments

From Máscaras Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (September 10-October 8, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: mixed media; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 022(1-2)

Daphne 13114

creator: Fortgang, Helaine, 1937-1992

Description/Comments

From Máscaras Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (September 10-October 8, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: mixed media; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 023

The Great Sisters undated

creator: Fortgang, Helaine, 1937-1992

Description/Comments

From Máscaras Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (September 10-October 8, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: mixed media; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 024

Medusa 13114

creator: Fortgang, Helaine, 1937-1992

Description/Comments

From Máscaras Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (September 10-October 8, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: mixed media; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 025

Persephone undated

creator: Fortgang, Helaine, 1937-1992

Description/Comments

From Máscaras Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (September 10-October 8, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: mixed media; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 026

Totem Women undated

creator: Fortgang, Helaine, 1937-1992

Description/Comments

From Máscaras Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (September 10-October 8, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: mixed media; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 027

Totem Women undated

creator: Fortgang, Helaine, 1937-1992

Description/Comments

From Máscaras Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (September 10-October 8, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: mixed media; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 028

(title unknown) undated

creator: García, Sal

Description/Comments

From Máscaras Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (September 10-October 8, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: mixed media; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 029

La Muerte undated

creator: Gonzalez, Julia Guadalupe

Description/Comments

From Santos de New Mexico Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez at Galería de la Raza (April 3-June 4, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: structures of carved and assembled wood; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 030

(title unknown) undated

creator: Guerrero, Xochitl

Description/Comments

From El Día de los Muertos 1984 exhibition and celebration at Galería de la Raza. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Artist Unknown; Media: papier maché; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 031(1-2)

Africana undated

creator: Guerrero, El Zarco

Description/Comments

From Máscaras Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (September 10-October 8, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: mixed media; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 032

La Madrugada undated

creator: Guerrero, El Zarco

Description/Comments

From Máscaras Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (September 10-October 8, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: mixed media; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 033

Mago undated

creator: Guerrero, El Zarco

Description/Comments

From Máscaras Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (September 10-October 8, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: mixed media; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 034(1-3)

Mictlan undated

creator: Guerrero, El Zarco

Description/Comments

From Máscaras Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (September 10-October 8, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: mixed media; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 035(1-2)

Monte Alban undated

creator: Guerrero, El Zarco

Description/Comments

From Máscaras Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (September 10-October 8, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 036

(title unknown) undated

creator: Guerrero, El Zarco

Description/Comments

From Máscaras Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (September 10-October 8, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: mixed media; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 037

(title unknown) undated

creator: Guerrero, El Zarco

Description/Comments

From Máscaras Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (September 10-October 8, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 038

Viento undated

creator: Guerrero, El Zarco

Description/Comments

From Máscaras Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (September 10-October 8, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: mixed media; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 039

Lion undated

creator: Jiménez, Alonso

Description/Comments

From Animal Wood Carvers of New Mexico Exhibition at Galería de la Raza (June 15-July 16, 1985). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Artist Unknown; Media: carved wood; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 040

Parrot undated

creator: Jiménez, Alonso

Description/Comments

From Animal Wood Carvers of New Mexico Exhibition at Galería de la Raza (June 15-July 16, 1985). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Artist Unknown; Media: carved wood; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 041

(title unknown) undated

creator: Jiménez, Luis, 1940-2006

Description/Comments

From Contemporary Sculpture and Prints. An Exhibition of work by Rudy M. Gonzalez and Luis Jimenez at Galería de la Raza. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Artist Unknown; Media: fiberglass; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 042

Vaquero undated

creator: Jiménez, Luis, 1940-2006

Description/Comments

From Contemporary Sculpture and Prints. An Exhibition of work by Rudy M. Gonzalez and Luis Jiménez at Galería de la Raza. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Artist Unknown; Media: fiberglass; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 043

Vaquero 1980

creator: Jiménez, Luis, 1940-2006

Description/Comments

From Contemporary Sculpture and Prints. An Exhibition of work by Rudy M. Fernández and Luis Jiménez at Galería de la Raza. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Wolfgang Dietze; Media: fiberglass; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 044

(title unknown) undated

creator: LeRoy, Louis

Description/Comments

Portable. From El Día de los Muertos Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez at Galería de la Raza (October 23-November 2, 1981). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Artist Unknown; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 045

(title unknown) undated

Description/Comments

From El Día de los Muertos 1987 Exhibition at Galería de la Raza (October 13-November 14, 1987). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Yolanda M. Lopez; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 046

Catrina undated

creator: Linares, Pedro

Description/Comments

From El Día de los Muertos 1983 Exhibition, organized by René Yañez and Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (October 25-November 12, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Yolanda M. Lopez; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 047(1-4)

Domino Players 1981

creator: Linares, Pedro

Description/Comments

From El Día de los Muertos Exhibition, organized by René Yañez and Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (October 23-November 2, 1981). Cross-reference with Installation Art and Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francis Photographer: Artist Unknown; Media: papier maché; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 048(1-3)

Pulquería undated

creator: Linares, Pedro

Description/Comments

From El Día de los Muertos Exhibition, organized by René Yañez and Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (October 23-November 2, 1981). Cross-reference with Installation Art and Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francis Photographer: Artist Unknown; Media: papier maché; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 049

Skeleton undated

creator: Linares, Pedro

Description/Comments

From El Día de los Muertos Exhibition, organized by René Yañez and Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (October 23-November 2, 1981). Cross-reference with Installation Art and Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francis Photographer: Artist Unknown; Media: papier maché; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 050

San Antonio de Padua undated

creator: Lopez, Felix A.

Description/Comments

From Santos de New Mexico Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez at Galería de la Raza (April 3-June 4, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: structures of carved and assembled wood; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 051

San Augustín Obispo undated

creator: Lopez, Felix A.

Description/Comments

From Santos de New Mexico Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez at Galería de la Raza (April 3-June 4, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: structures of carved and assembled wood; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 052

Carreta de la Muerte undated

creator: Lopez, José Benjamin

Description/Comments

From Santos de New Mexico Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez at Galería de la Raza (April 3-June 4, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: structures of carved and assembled wood; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 053

Nuestro Padre Jesús Nazareno undated

creator: Lopez, José Benjamin

Description/Comments

From Santos de New Mexico Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez at Galería de la Raza (April 3-June 4, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: structures of carved and assembled wood; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 054

Cristo Crucificado undated

creator: Lopez, Leroy

Description/Comments

From Santos de New Mexico Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez at Galería de la Raza (April 3-June 4, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: structures of carved and assembled wood; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 055

Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe undated

creator: Lopez, Leroy

Description/Comments

From Santos de New Mexico Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez at Galería de la Raza (April 3-June 4, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: structures of carved and assembled wood; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 056

San Miguel undated

creator: Lopez, Manuel

Description/Comments

From Santos de New Mexico Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez at Galería de la Raza (April 3-June 4, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: structures of carved and assembled wood; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 057(1-2)

El Santo Niño de Atocha undated

creator: Lujan, Luisito

Description/Comments

From Santos de New Mexico Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez at Galería de la Raza (April 3-June 4, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: structures of carved and assembled wood; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 058

Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe undated

creator: Martínez, Olivar

Description/Comments

From Santos de New Mexico Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez at Galería de la Raza (April 3-June 4, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: retablo (altar-piece of flat carved wood); Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 059

(title unknown) undated

creator: Maya, Gloria

Description/Comments

Portable. From El Día de los Muertos 1982 Exhibition, organized by René Yañez and Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (October 30-November 20, 1982). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, Photographer: Yolanda M. Lopez; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 060

Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe undated

creator: Ortega, Eulogio

Description/Comments

From Santos de New Mexico Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez at Galería de la Raza (April 3-June 4, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: structures of carved and assembled wood; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 061

Nuestra Señora de los Dolores undated

creator: Ortega, Eulogio

Description/Comments

From Santos de New Mexico Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez at Galería de la Raza (April 3-June 4, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: structures of carved and assembled wood; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 062(1-3)

Santero Triptych undated

creator: Ortega, Eulogio

Description/Comments

From Santos de New Mexico Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez at Galería de la Raza (April 3-June 4, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: structures of carved and assembled wood; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 063(1-2)

(title unknown) undated

creator: Pineda, Eduardo

Description/Comments

From Cajas y Otras Cosas Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 064(1-5)

(title unknown) undated

creator: Ramos, Joe

Description/Comments

From Máscaras Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (September 10-October 8, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 065

La Comadre Schastiana undated

creator: Rendon-Velarde, Enrique

Description/Comments

From Santos de New Mexico Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez at Galería de la Raza (April 3-June 4, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: structures of carved and assembled wood; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 066

Kateu Tetakwitha/Lily of the Mohawks undated

creator: Rendon-Velarde, Enrique

Description/Comments

From Santos de New Mexico Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez at Galería de la Raza (April 3-June 4, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: structures of carved and assembled wood; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 067

(title unknown) undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

From Cajas y Otras Cosas Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 068

Cristo Crucificado undated

creator: Salazar, Claudio

Description/Comments

From Santos de New Mexico Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez at Galería de la Raza (April 3-June 4, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: structures of carved and assembled wood; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 069

Madre e Hijo undated

creator: Salazar, Claudio

Description/Comments

From Santos de New Mexico Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez at Galería de la Raza (April 3-June 4, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: structures of carved and assembled wood; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 070

Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe undated

creator: Salazar, Claudio

Description/Comments

From Santos de New Mexico Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez at Galería de la Raza (April 3-June 4, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: retablo (altar-piece of flat carved wood); Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 071

Untitled undated

creator: Sandoval, Javier

Description/Comments

From Máscaras Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga at Galería de la Raza (September 10-October 8, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 072

Untitled undated

creator: Sandoval, Javier

Description/Comments

From El Día de los Muertos Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez at Galería de la Raza (October 23-November 2, 1981). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Artist Unknown; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 073

(title unknown) undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

From El Día de los Muertos Exhibition, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez at Galería de la Raza (October 23-November 2, 1981). Portable. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Artist Unknown; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 074

(title unknown) undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

From Santos de New Mexico Exhibition at Galería de la Raza, organized by René Yañez and Ralph Maradiaga (April 3-June 4, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: structures of carved and assembled wood; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 075

(title unknown) undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

From El Día de los Muertos 1983 Exhibition at Galería de la Raza, organized by Ralph Maradiaga and René Yañez (October 25-November 12, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Yolanda M. Lopez; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 076

(title unknown) undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

From Annual Christmas Folk Art Sale benefit and exhibition at Galería de la Raza, organized by María V. Pinedo (November 28-December 24, 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Yolanda M. Lopez; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 077

(title unknown) undated

creator: Soto, Joseph

Description/Comments

From El Día de los Muertos 1986 Exhibition at Galería de la Raza (October 15-November 8, 1986). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Assistant: Alter Para Un Sargento Muerto. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Yolanda M. Lopez; Media: mixed media; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 078

(title unknown) undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

From Christmas Folk Art and Craft Sale at Galería de la Raza (November 28-december 24, 1986). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Yolanda M. Lopez; Media: ceramic; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 079

(title unknown) undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

From Art From Jail Exhibition at Galería de la Raza (July 17-August 14, 1987). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Yolanda M. Lopez; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 080(1-2)

(title unknown) undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

From La Cruz: Spiritual Source, Ancient and Contemporary Expressions at Galería de la Raza (March 15-April 9, 1988). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Yolanda M. Lopez; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 081

(title unknown) undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

From Cactus Hearts/Barbed Wire Dreams: Media Myths and Mexicans Exhibition at Galería de la Raza (September 6-October 1, 1988). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Yolanda M. Lopez; Media: wood and porcelain; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 082

La Cruz undated

creator: Trejo, Ruben, 1937-2009

Description/Comments

From La Cruz: Spiritual Source, Ancient and Contemporary Expressions at Galería de la Raza (March 15-April 9, 1988). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Yolanda M. Lopez; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 083

(title unknown) undated

creator: Trejo, Ruben, 1937-2009

Description/Comments

From Ajo Granadas y Tres Flores Exhibition, organized by curator Carmen Lomas Garza at Galería de la Raza (June 10-July 26, 1981). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Site/Location: 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA; Photographer: Carmen Lomas Garza; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 084

The Holy Family/La Santísma Familia undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Wooden sculpture of the Christ Child walking between Mary and Joseph Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 085

(title unknown) undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

A sculpture of an angel with El Angel inscribed on it. Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 086

(title unknown) undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Aztec sculpture Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 087(1-5)

(title unknown) undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Sculpture of various calavera heads Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: sculpture; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 088(1-5)

(title unknown) undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

A red, black, and yellow mask Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 089

(title unknown) undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Display of two animal sculptures Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: sculpture; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 090(1-5)

(title unknown) undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Display of an Indigenous sculpture Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Media: sculpture; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 091

(title unknown) undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Two yellow calaveras, one extracting a tooth from the calavera in the chair Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Category: Sculptures.
Album 12, Slide Cat.12 092

(title unknown) undated

creator: Santos

Description/Comments

Hanging masks. Photographer: Ralph Maradiaga; Category: Sculptures.
 

Series IX: Silkscreens 1969-1993

Location note: Del Norte
 

La Cucaracha: Migra Mouse 1996

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 15 x 19 in.; Paper size: 17 x 20. in.
creator: Alcaraz, Lalo
 

La Llorona's Sacred Waters 2002

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 18 x 25.5 in.; Paper size: 22 x 30 in. Edition Number: 26/40;
creator: Alicia, Juana, 1953-

Description/Comments

This silkscreen poster is based on the Mexican folk tale about La Llorona, the "Weeping Woman." The image is of a woman reaching out to the viewer with her right hand while her left hand is wrapped around a child, most likely her son. They are both standing near the base of a body of water and surrounding them in the background are tree branches. Towards the bottom of the painting are three large tear drops representing the tears she wept after losing her children. The colors used in the painting are various shades of blue, green, yellow and purple. The artist signed and dated this poster on the lower right hand corner.
 

Mural Inauguration las Lechugueras, Announcement Poster for ca. 1983

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 19 x 14.625 in.; Paper size: 22.25 x 17 in.
creator: Alicia, Juana, 1953-

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Mural Inauguration / Las Lechugueras / por / Juana Alicia / The community is invited to celebrate on / Sunday, June 24th from 2:30 to 5:00 p.m. / en frente del mural, at York and 24th Sts. / There will be antojitos Mexicanos / y musica por / Batachanga." Image by Juana Alicia with three female figures. The woman in the center is looking down. Behind her, there is another woman wearing a hat and a veil covering her face from her nose down. On the other side there is an outline of a woman's face bigger than the other figures. The three women have similar features. The lettering is hot fluorescent pink in a brown background. Signed, Inscription in ink inside image area reads: "Juana Alicia"
 

19th Annual Dia de los Muertos, Announcement Poster for ca. 1989

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 25.25 x 17.5 in.; Paper size: 26.875 x 18.375 in.
creator: Araiza, Tierso

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "19th Annual Dia De Los Muertos." Seven different scenes played by skeletons. On the bottom, pink type reads: "Procession Nov. 2, 1989, at 7:00 PM / Begins at Mission Cultural Center, 2868 Mission St. / Ends at La Raza Park." Located on bottom right, it reads: "Diseño Araiza, Mission Grafica." Fund: Mission Arts Consortium, Galeria de la Raza, Mission Cultural Center, La Raza Graphics, Co-sponsored by New College of California Theatre, Performance, and Social Change, La Raza Studies, San Francisco State University. Partly funded by the Instructionally Related Activities Funds, San Francisco State University. Signed, Inscription in ink inside image area reads: "Araiza."
 

Orquesta Positiva, Announcement Poster for ca. 1985

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21 x 16.125 in.; Paper size: 22.5 x 17 in.
creator: Araiza, Tierso

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Orquesta Positiva, Funds go to bring art supplies to Nicaragua. . . .Endorsers: Casa de Cultura Nicaraguense, Peoples Theatre Coalition, Casa Macondo, La Raza Graphics." Image of a large group of people dancing and having a good time in what seems to be a farm. Different animals--cows, ducks, rabbits, etc. are standing in between the dancers. In the back, a group of musicians play the trumpet, the piano, the bass and the 'maracas' in a lavender background. Mark: located in ink in the lower left corner inside image area it reads: "Screenprinted by Mission Grafica." Signed, Inscription in ink inside image area reads: "Araiza"
 

May Calendar ca. 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23.25 x 17.25 in.; Paper size: 24.125 x 18 in.
creator: Aranaydo, Cecilia

Description/Comments

The image is composed in yellow, green, red, brown and black. There is a large female portrait with collaged images of people, nopales, an eagle, and a yellow flower. Retrieved 8/94. Signed, Inscription in ink within the image reads: "Cecilia Aranaydo"
 

(title unknown) 1986

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 25 x 17 in.; Paper size: 28.5 x 20.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Red monochromatic gestures. Signed, Inscription in pencil below the image area reads: "86, [illegible]"
 

(title unknown) ca. 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21 x 16.875 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Cover for 1974 Calendars. A circular composition showing a landscape of an Aztec pyramid, trees, a colonial style building, mountains and industrial factories. A Chac Mool statue in the middle ground is looking at the mountains. Colors: three stripes of blue, orange and yellow. Black text below the image reads: "This calendar is an expression of the various concepts, conciousness, and themes of the artists working at or connected with La Raza Silkscreen Center. . . .artists: Miguel Ruiz, Sylvia Rendon, Marta Hoyos Cunero (July), Pedro Gallegos, Javier Serrano, Silvia Ledezma, Enna Nazario, Linda Lucero, Lucia Hernandez, Oscar Melara, Julio Morales, y Roberto Armas. . .Art."
 

(title unknown) undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.5 x 21.625 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23.125 in.; Edition Number: A.P.;
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Four pairs of a hare and perhaps a dog alternating colors and positions in a striped background. At the bottom corners of the print are a snails and a simplified design of a mouth with teeth and a circle divided in four sections. Colors: light tan color and dark navy blue. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "A.P., signature [illegible]"
 

(title unknown) undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.75 x 19.25 in.; Paper size: 17.75 x 22.625 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Image of "Death" encouraging a man to smoke angel dust. Blue text on the left side reads, "pushing angel dust is a crime against the people and no court can pass judgement adequate enough to make you pay for the loss of a youth's mind.... the people in their quest for a better life have the right to stop those forces that threaten their survival.." Retrieved 8/94.
 

(title unknown) undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 25.5 x 19.5 in.; Paper size: 28.25 x 22.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

The image is a caricature of a baseball player running. Colors: fluorescent pink pants, fluorescent green shoes, white t-shirt, brown skin and yellow background. Mark: Stamped in the lower right hand corner it reads: "Méchicano Art Center"
 

(title unknown) undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 25.5 x 19.5 in.; Paper size: 28.5 x 22.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

The image is an interior. It could be a stage set or an office building or living room. There are white geometric walls, a gray background, and a large red couch.
 

(title unknown) undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.5 x 21.5 in.; Paper size: 25.75 x 22.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

The image is a dragon on a fluorescent orange starburst. The background is black. Mark: Stamped in the lower right hand corner it reads: "Méchicano Art Center"
 

(title unknown) undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22 x 17 in.; Paper size: 30 x 23.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Image of Frida Kahlo. Colors: orange and yellow on a blue background.
 

(title unknown) undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 25 x 19 in.; Paper size: 26 x 20 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Enlarged portrait of Lolita Lebrón wearing a hot pink shirt on a blue background.
 

(title unknown) undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23.5 x 18 in.; Paper size: 25 x 18.875 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Rendering of a portrait of Zapata in black and lime green with a big hat and the bullets' belt across his chest. The print has several marks of wrinkles and creases.
 

(title unknown) undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24 x 18 in.; Paper size: 24 x 18 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Image of a human skull overlayed with blue/green color and geometric designs. Ears resemble dog ears. Background is white.
 

(title unknown) undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24 x 18 in.; Paper size: 24 x 18 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Various overlapping surrealistic images make up the poster. The face of a baboon centers the poster. Above is triptych panel image of boxes where one is being bit by a wild feline. Beneath the baboon is a surreal image of a horse without skin and the rider hanging on. To either sides of the poster are pictures of individuals.
 

(title unknown) [En Cada Chicano Vive!] ca. 1980

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 17 x 23 in.; Paper size: 19 x 25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

The image is a black and white ink drawing of a male figure holding his head in a bottle. There is an open grave with a cross that reads: "Joaquin Murieta, Aqui murio y resucito." Text within the image reads, "En Cada Chicano Vive!" 4 1/2" tear on left side 12 1/2" above the bottom; 2" tear on the right side 10 1/2" above the bottom; there is a tennis shoe mark on the top margin. Mark: on the lower right corner of image reads: "78 Barrio" (?) [illegible].
 

The Silent Majorities undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21 x 13 in.; Paper size: 22.625 x 14.25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Printed on both sides. On one side there is an image of a athlete playing baseball in a crowded stadium. Light blue and green lettering reads: "The U.S.A." Next to it there is an image of a barbed wire fence with the inscription: "Vietnam." Colors: navy blue and green. Text below the image reads, "The Silent Majorities." Inscription in pencil below the image on the left corner reads, "16-other side only." On the back side of the print there are slightly different versions of the same images situated in the upper and lower half of the print and colored in brown and ochre. Produced at Mission Grafica, Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts.
 

2da Semana De Cultura Hispanica, Announcement Poster for ca. 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.125 x 16.625 in.; Paper size: 23.125 x 17.625 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "2da Semana De Cultura Hispanica October 3 - 14, 1979 Comité Hispanoamerican Pro-Lengua Y Cultura." The image is two hands holding a yellow orb. There are leaves circling the hands and orb. Background colors are red and blue. [The extra print is in GDLR Suppl.1 Box No. 1, retrieved 8/94.] Mark: La Raza Graphic Center, Inc., 3174 16th St., S.F., 94103, 863-5820, on the lower left
 

2nd Annual Sal Samba, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16.5 x 22 in.; Paper size: 17.25 x 23 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Rums Of Puerto Rico Present, 2nd Annual Sal Samba, direct from New York, Louis 'Perico' Ortiz, y su salsa orquestra, the reunion of Batachanga also Escola Nova de Samba, Celia Malheiros & Brazil Ja, at the fabulous, Galeria...Haight Ashbury Music." The image is a trumpet with a bird. Colors: red, white, black, yellow, blue, and green. Mark: Mission Grafica
 

A Los 46 Años de Su Muerte Sandino Vive!!, Announcement Poster for 1980

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.25 x 15.25 in.; Paper size: 22.25 x 15.25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "A Los 46 Años de Su Muerte Sandino Vive!!" Dotted portrait of A.C. Sandino with a hat covering his eyes. Underneath it orange lettering reads: "A Political Cultural Event / with speakers, a new documentary film, revolucionary [sic] poetry, music & food /Jueves/Thursday. . . .¡Patria Libre O Morir!" Mark: located in the lower right corner it reads: "MCC Graphics/80"
 

Alles Gute Fur Die Zukunft Mit Der Humanen Bombe 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 33 x 23.25 in.; Paper size: 33 x 23.25 in.; Edition Number: 6/40;
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Image of the explosion of the atomic bomb blending with the image of Jimmy Carter. Two or three persons are dead, laying on the ground. The image is composed of dots of several sizes--like an enlarged reproduction from a newspaper. Red lettering reads: "Alles Gute Fur Die Zukunft Mit Der Humanen Bombe." ("All is well for the future with the human bomb") The print has several creases horizontally and vertically. From the GDLR collection of Australian posters. Signed, Inscription in pencil in the bottom of image area reads: "6/40, [illegible] 77"
 

April Calendar 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22 x 16.5 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

April calendar. Photo silkscreen of a family. Colors: orange and maroon. Mark: located in the lower right hand corner it reads: "La Raza Silk Screen Center, SF, CA 74"
 

Arte de la Jente, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.75 x 17.875 in.; Paper size: 34 1/3 x 22.125 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Black and white image of a young woman, young man, and an elderly man. At bottom of image in black lettering reads "Chicano Art Exhibit; Sacramento State College May 28-June 18; Reception May 28, 8:00 pm."
 

Arte del Espíritu, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23 x 17.25 in.; Paper size: 24 x 18 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Arte del Espíritu." The image is of several indigenous people performing the artistic tasks of painting, ceramics and weaving in a semicircular composition. Black lettering reads: "Academia del Arte Chicano de Aztlán / presenta / Arte del Espíritu / Gonzalo Rodriguez / Alex Espinoza / Susan Espinoza / Irene Farhat. / Reviendo el arte / antiguo en pinturas / tejidos y ceramica / contemporaneos. / Reviving the / ancient arts in / contemporary weaving / painting and ceramics. / 19 East Lake Ave. Watsonville, CA. / July 16-August 8, Reception July 17, 1-5."
 

Barrio Mobile Art Studio, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 13 x 17.75 in.; Paper size: 18 x 19.75 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Barrio Mobile Art Studio." Several child-like images on a tiled composition. From left to right and top to bottom are: a sun, an umbrella, a fish, a flower, a skull, a duck, a heart, two boats. The background is dark navy blue. The print is off-register. Mark: located in ink below image area it reads "Self Help Graphics, 2111 Brooklyn Ave., L.A., CA 90033, (213) 268 2335"
 

Benefit Concert For The Graphics Comittee Of M.C.C., Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.125 x 17 in.; Paper size: 26.125 x 20 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Benefit Concert For The Graphics Comittee Of M.C.C." Image of a sea horse with stylized waves below its tail. The background is a metallic flake/reflective blue. There is a small rub at the top right corner which reveals white. Red text below the image reads, "Benefit Concert For The Graphics Comittee Of M.C.C. [/] Orquestra René del Mar [/] Charanga sensation of the Bay [/] Los Huachichilas [/] From Cuernavaca Mexico - los Peludos [/] The Mission's own [/] Friday March 16 at 7:30 p.m. Donation $3.00 [/] Centro Cultual de la Misión [/] 2868 Mission St. San Franciso Ca. [/] Sponsered By: El Tecolote, Gaceta Sandinista, El Pulgarcito, Tin Tan, Black Star, LATA, OPHRICH. Retrieved 8/94. Fund: El Tecolote, Gaceta Sandinista, El Pulgarcito, Tin Tan, Black Star, LATA, OPHRICH
 

Benefit for el RCAF Band, Announcement Poster for 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.25 x 16.75 in.; Paper size: 23.125 x 17.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Image, based on a Posada lithograph, is of a group of skeletons dancing at a social gathering. Two skeletons wear sombreros. Text reads "la Peña Berkeley presents a Benefit Oct. 28, for el RCAF Band with Special Guest Luzma Espinoza y Manuel Pickett, Sra. Cobb's Ballet Quetzalcoatl, Sun. Oct 28, 1979, La Peña 310 Shattuck Ave. $3.00 Donation 9:PM to Midnight." Signed, Inscription in ink beneath image area reads: "Posada"
 

Benefit for La Raza Law Student Assoc. U.C. Hastings College Of The Law, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.5 x 16.75 in.; Paper size: 23.125 x 17.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Benefit For La Raza Law Student Assoc. U.C. Hastings College Of The Law." There is a figure dressed in a diamond patterned big bell bottomed outfit. Chains are magically snapped from his/her wrists. His/her right arm is supporting a set of scales with the words "Repression" and "Justicia". The brown landscape meets the yellow sky near the top of the print. Black text within the yellow sky reads, "Benefit [/] For La Raza [/] Law Student Assoc. [/] U.C. Hastings [/] College Of The Law." White text within the landscape reads, "Music By [/] 'Tipica Cienfuegos' [/] 'Capricho' and [/] 'Los Peludos' [/] American Indian Center [/] 229 Valencia St., S.F. [/] Saturday, November 10, 1979 [/] 8:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. [/] Tickets: $4.50 advance, $5.00 door [/] For more information, call evenings [/] 648-6976. or 771-5734." On the lower right, it reads La Raza Graphic Center [/] 3174 16th ST. S.F. [/] TEL. 863-5820. Retrieved 8/94.
 

Border Realities, Announcement Poster for 1985

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22 x 15 in.; Paper size: 22.5 x 17.625 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Image is of a black and white silhouette of a man in a cross-like form. He rests on a fence composed of geometric overlay. Background is blue. At bottom right hand corner of poster is a black box with white lettering that reads "Galeria de la Raza presents Border Realities a multi-media art event; San Diego's Border Art Workshop February 22-March 23 1985; 2851 24th St SF CA."
 

Boycott Coors, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21 x 16 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Boycott Coors / Coors workers are on strike!.. / which side / are you on?. . . Don't buy Coors!" A man that seems to be "the employer" is pulling the employees' hands and is about to connect the "lie-detector" machine to the power switch. The employees are connected to the "lie-detector" through spiral cords. The "lie-detector" machine has the following inscription: "Lie-detector test / must be taken by / all my employees!!.. / signed: Joe Coors." The print has traces of non acid-free tape in the four corners and a big hole in the upper center of the print.
 

Breaking The Blockade Of Ideas, Announcement Poster for 1983

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21 x 15.5 in.; Paper size: 23.125 x 17.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Breaking The Blockade Of Ideas. Benefits For Friends Of Nicaraguan Culture." A child is firing doves through the barrel of an M-16 rifle. The background is a gradation of purple to lavender. There is black lettering on the left hand side of the print which announces several events. Mark: located at the bottom right, in ink it reads "Mission Graphica 83".
 

Calendar for 1978 undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.25 x 16.75 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Calendar for 1978. Image of Che. Blue, yellow, brown, green and red are used in an impressionist manner. There is a black border that frames the image. Below this image is the calendar. The text is in Spanish. Mark: La Raza Silkscreen on the middle left side. Retrieved 8/94.
 

Calendar for 1978 undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22 x 16.375 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.375 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Calendar for 1978. Yellow and white image of a family. They are framed by a chain of indigenous icons. Mark: La Raza Silkscreen at the middle left side. Retrieved 8/94.
 

Calendar for 1978 undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.375 x 16.375 in.; Paper size: 23.125 x 17.375 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Calendar for 1978. Brown, green, grey and black image of an Aztec city with an exploding volcano in the background. The calendar section of the print has a light brown background and black text. The text is printed in Spanish. Below the calendar section there is an area bordered in green that includes ornate framing and black text which reads, "La Raza Silkscreen Center Inc. [/] 3174 16th St., San Francisco, Calif., 94103 - 863-5464." Mark: in black on the right corner "(c) La Raza Silkscreen Center". Retrieved 8/94.
 

Calendar for 1982 undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16.75 x 10.375 in.; Paper size: 17.625 x 11.375 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Calendar for 1982. Two printing processes are used in this print. The calendar dates and the borders are a type of offset printing. The top image is a silkscreen; an indigenous god is rendered in white; the background is brown which fades to yellow as it moves towards the bottom. Mark: on the left corner reads: "Salsa Graphics (c) 1982. Retrieved 8/94.
 

Calendar for 1982 Pasión Chicana undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16.75 x 10.25 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 11.375 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Calendar for 1982 "Pasión Chicana." Two printing processes are used for this print. The calendar dates and the black border is a type of offset printing. The image within the black border is silk screened. Yellow text with blue outlines reads, "Passion Chicana." Above the text is a cross with a chile being crucified. Below the text is a heart penerated by a dagger. Mark: on the left corner reads: "Salsa Graphics (c) 1982". Retrieved 8/94.
 

Calendar for 1984 undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 26.5 x 21.125 in.; Paper size: 28 x 22 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Calendar for 1984. The unknown artist uses La Calavera de Don Quijote by José Guadalupe Posada. There are two versions of this print. The background for one image is red-orange to orange to yellow gradation and the other has a red to purple to blue gradation. The red text below the image includes the dates and the months and the year. Retrieved 8/94.
 

Carlos Hermosilla, Announcement Poster for 1986

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 19.875 x 13.125 in.; Paper size: 30.125 x 20.625 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Image consists of a black and gray woodcut of Pablo Neruda's face. At bottom of poster in gray lettering reads "La Raza Graphics Center & Mission Grafica present Carlos Hermosilla; Exposición de Grabados/Prints; 20 June-31 July 1986; La Raza Graphics Center Gallery; 938 Valencia Street, San Francisco."
 

Carlos Loarca Paintings "El Cadejo Serie", Announcement Poster for 1980

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16 x 20 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23.25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Carlos Loarca Paintings 'El Cadejo Serie'" Horizontal composition of anthropomorphic figures in front of which an animal resembling a dog is crossing. The image has a phantasmagoric overtone. Colors: black, white, light pink, blue and yellow. Mark: located in the lower left corner in ink it reads: "MCC Graphics/80". Fund: Zellerbach Family Fund Grant
 

Carnaval San Francisco Halloween Gala, Announcement Poster for 1986

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 18 x 24 in.; Paper size: 19 x 25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Carnaval San Francisco, Halloween Gala, featuring: Viva Brasil, Escola Nova do Samba, Samba da Alegria, Brasilean Beat, Friday, October 31, 1986, 8 p.m. to 2 a.m., $10 with costume, $12 without, Caesar's Latin Palace, 3140 Mission St., San Francisco." The image is a man dressed in yellow holding a spinning object. Colors: Yellow, purple, white, magenta, brown, black, orange and blue. Mark: located in the lower right hand corner it reads: "Mission Gráfica". Fund: Produced by M.E.C.A., S.F., 415 826-1401
 

Celebremos la Victoria de Nicaragua, Announcement Poster for ca. 1979-80

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.875 x 17.25 in.; Paper size: 23.125 x 17.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Celebremos la Victoria de Nicaragua, 1 Anniversary of the 'Sandinista' Triumph." There are two portraits in black and white, one of A.C. Sandino and the other of Carlos Fonseca. Underneath it, on a red background, a group of representatives from the working class is emerging from an open book and holding books themselves. In the bottom area of the image, there is a listing of several events in white ink on a blue background.
 

Charles Milgrim Pianist. . . .Benefit Concert For The Galeria de la Raza, Announcement Poster for ca. 1985

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.375 x 13.25 in.; Paper size: 22.5 x 14.25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Charles Milgrim Pianist. . . . Featuring Works By Villa-Lobos, Carlos Chavez, Isaac Albeniz, Manuel Herrarte. . . .Benefit Concert For The Galeria de la Raza In Memoriam For Ralph Maradiaga." The image is a gray silhouette of a pianist at the piano in a blue and lavender background. The image is in a box which is outlined in white. Outside of the box is the lettering and the grey and lavender background. Produced at Mission Grafica, Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts.
 

Chicano Moratorium, Announcement Poster for ca. 1984

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16.5 x 22 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Chicano Moratorium 1970-1984, 'Self-Determination in Aztlán,' Sunday, August 26, 1-6 p.m., Dolores Park, S.F...1st floor." The image is a crowd of people carrying signs that say: "No Migra Raids, No Vietnams, U.S. out of Central America..." The background is orange. The type is black.
 

Children-Youth Art Work by Students, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21 x 15.875 in.; Paper size: 23.125 x 17.625 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Children-Youth Art Work By Students." On the left side of the print, there is an image of a youth in a costume. Black text on the right side of print reads, "Children-Youth Art Work By Students From Mission Creative Arts Complex And Alvarado Art Shop At The Mission Cultural Center March 20 to April 10 Reception Mar 23 1:00 4:00 2868 Mission St. San Francisco. S.F.A.C. N.A.P." Retrieved 8/94. Poster funded by S.F.A.C. and "N.A.P."
 

Chippendale Festival, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 19 x 29 in.; Paper size: 20 x 30 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Chippendale Festival, 17 Edward St, Dec. 9, Christmas at the Settlement, All holidays, crafts, outings, swimming, camps, free lunch, fancy dress, paraded [sic] 1:00, kids party 2:30, Street stalls, food, games, rides...etc, all welcome, people from Merrichville welcome!" The image is Maxwell Smart holding a shoe phone and wearing a button that reads: "Rock against reason." Colors: lime green, red, lavender, black and white. From the GDLR collection of Australian posters. Fund: Assisted by Australian Council, South Sydney Council, Youth and Comm. Services
 

Death and the Blacksmith 1990

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 13 x 23 in.; Paper size: 13 x 23 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

This black and white silkscreen poster announces the play performance of "Death and the Blacksmith" written by Mercedes Rein and Jorge Cury. The director of the play was Carlos Baron and it was performed by the Advanced Acting Students from San Francisco State University. The bottom of the poster reads the dates it was performed and the location. It was performed twice, once at San Francisco State University, and then again at the Mission Cultural Center. The central image of the poster is of a skeletal grim reaper with a halo above its head speaking to a man in a poncho holding two dice. There is a tree in the background bethind the two figures. The bottom right hand corner of the poster is marked by Mission Grafica.
 

December Calendar 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 17.5 x 22 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 22 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

December calendar. The image is a black and white drawing of a neighborhood at Christmas time. Mark: located in the lower right hand corner reads: "La Raza Silk Screen Center, SF, CA 74"
 

Día de los Muertos, Announcement Poster for ca. 1986

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.125 x 16.5 in.; Paper size: 23.125 x 17.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Día de los Muertos, November 1st, 1986 / 2511 24th Street / (Creativity Explored) / 5:30 PM.-Celebration. . .Ceremonial Dance by Xitlalli." The image is a calavera holding a rose and a bomb and surrounded by a flower bed. The background is pink. Mark: in ink located in the lower right corner it reads "La Guacamaya Silkscreen".
 

Don't Vote, It Only Encourages Them undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.625 x 17.375 in.; Paper size: 22.625 x 17.375 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Title in capitalized blue letters that take up entire space. Paper resembles butcherpaper.
 

Eddie Palmieri and His Orchestra, Announcement Poster for ca. 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 20.375 x 15.25 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.375 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "A Comeback Production presents direct from New York A coco recording artist Eddie Palmieri and his orquestra Ismael Quintana vocalist "Plus two more bands" April 27 1974 "Continental Ballroom" San Francisco Hilton Hotel Mason and O-Farrll [sic]." Image of Eddie Palmieri from the back. Colors: Dark turquoise on a white background. Signed, Inscription in marker at the bottom left below image area reads: "signature [illegible]."
 

El Día de los Muertos, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22 x 17 in.; Paper size: 22.875 x 17.375 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "El Día de los Muertos." On a black background there are two skulls. One of them is floating and framed by a box shape. The other one at the bottom, is coming out of a box. On the top of the print it reads: "Galeria de la Raza/Studio 24 presents the 12th Annual Exhibition." Produced at Mission Grafica, Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts.
 

En Memoria a los Martires, Announcement Poster for ca. 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 17.75 x 10.5 in.; Paper size: 20 x 13.125 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "En Memoria A los Martires." Black, silver and red (from paper) silk screen. Image of a black flower arrangement. Silver text below this image reads; "En Memoria A los Martires" and with a silver border, "Non Intervention in Nicaragua - N.I.N. 'Guerra Popular Prolongada" - Film Chicheros del Chipote - Música Oradores $2.00 Informacion Comida Gran Rifa Saturday Abril 14 1979 7 a 10 pm Mission Cultural Center 2888 Mission San Francisco." There are two pin holes one at the top two corners. Retrieved 8/94.
 

February Calendar 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.5 x 16 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

February calendar. The image is a stylized Aztec. Colors: red, black and white. Mark: located in the lower right hand corner reads: "La Raza Silk Screen Center, SF, CA, 74"
 

Festival of Life, Announcement Poster for 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22 x 16 in.; Paper size: 24.125 x 17.875 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Black and white image of a female's profiled face looking down. Top portion of poster is orange with letters in black reading "Ethnic Arts Collective Festival of Life." Majority of background is yellow and black text reading "April 28-29, 1978/ San Francisco Arts Institute."
 

Francisco Aguabella, Announcement Poster for 1985

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.75 x 26.5 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 28 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Zoetrope Studios and Cesar Ascarrunz Present: A Tribute To Master Latin Percussionist Francisco Aguabella, featuring: Francisco Aguabella's Afro-Cuban Orchestra; plus, Francisco Aguabella's Latin Jazz Septet; and Cesar's Latin All-Stars, plus Special Guests, Carlos Santana, Armando Peraza, M.C. Bill Graham, Friday and Saturday, October 25 and 26, 1985, 9:30 pm on...(415) 762-Bass." The image is a photosilkscreen of Francisco Aguabella. Colors: blue, black, white, gold and red. There are two clear GDLR stickers attached to the top corners. Produced at Mission Grafica, Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts.
 

Free All Political Prisoners, Announcement Poster for ca. 1969-1972

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 20.5 x 15.625 in.; Paper size: 22.625 x 17.75 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Free All Political Prisoners." Image of Carlos Montes raising his fist behind bars. Green text reads, "Free [/] All [/] Political [/] Prisoners [/] Libertad Para [/] Carlos Montes [/] Justice For Carlos Montes Committee [/] P.O. Box 7093 L.A. CAL. 90022." Retrieved 8/94.
 

Galeria de la Raza: Celebrating 40 Years of Art in the Mission 2010

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 19 x 25 in.; Paper size: 19 x 25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

This is an Announcement Poster for Galeria de la Raza's 40th anniversary. The poster reads, "Galeria de la Raza: Celebrating 40 Years of Art in the Mission," and then lists the following artists, "Enrique Chagoya, Ana Teresa Fernandez, Rupert Garcia, Julio Cesar Morales, and Shizu Saldamando." The artists listed contributed to the Galeria de la Raza collection. The bottom of the poster states, "Printed by: Jesus Barraza." The poster is in black text on a white background, with a red symbol of a sun underneath the title.
 

Grrr.!!! Y Galería de la Raza, Announcement Poster for ca. 1990

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23.625 x 18 in.; Paper size: 26 2/8 x 20 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Grrr.!!! Y Galería de la Raza." Comic-like image of a young woman with long black hair who is holding a gun. On the top area, it reads: "Monos, Instalacion, Grafic, Serigraphies, / Grafica, Serigrafias, Installation, Cartoons." Inside image area, red type reads: "Un Rincon Cerca del Cielo...... / A Corner Nex [sic] To Heaven..... / ...O, La Pesadilla Efimera / de la Historieta Mexicana. / ...Or, the Ephemeral Nightmare / Of The Mecican [sic] Comic Book. / ..O. . . . / Or. . . ." A red button reads: "1990 / Mar 23-21 Abr."
 

Grupo Tribu: Musica Popular Mexicana, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22 x 15.25 in.; Paper size: 23 x 16.125 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Mission Cultural Center Productions presents Grupo Tribu: Musica Popular Mexicana. . . .2868 Mission Street, San Francisco / $5.00 donation." Image of the five members of the band playing musical instruments on stone wall against a purple-violet and gray background. Produced at Mission Grafica, Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts.
 

Images of the American Indian Movement, Announcement Poster for ca. 1983

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22 x 16.5 in.; Paper size: 23.125 x 17.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Images of the American Indian Movement." "A Photo Documentary / by Michelle Vignes & Michel Dubois / January 23rd Thru February 19, 1983." Portrait of the American Indian Movement leader Dennis Banks by Michelle Vignes. Below image area, it reads: "Defending your people's rights doesn't make / you a criminal." Mark: located on bottom center, it reads: "Galeria De La Raza / 2851 24th St. (Bryant St.) / SF, CA. 94110 / (415) 826-8009."
 

Independence for Puerto Rico, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.625 x 15.5 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Independence For Puerto Rico." The background is the Puerto Rican flag whose white star is a cut-out shape showing a people of different ages and a woman who is coming out of the star. She is rising her fist as in a revolutionary gesture. On the top of the image, white lettering reads: "Demonstrate for July 4th." Mark: located in brown ink at the bottom of image, it reads "Gonna Rise Again Graphics"
 

Inter-Art Extravaganza, Announcement Poster for ca. 1982

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 20.25 x 13.125 in.; Paper size: 22.125 x 14 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Fashion Moda West Presents / Inter-Art Extravaganza / Sunday, August 22, 1982 / 2 p.m. til Midnight. . . . Co-sponsored by: / The Farm, S.F. Art Institute, National Endowment for the Arts, Galeria de la Raza / and The Andrew Mellon Foundation." Black lettering on a crimson background indicates times, and dates for several events. Three outlined stars surround the lettering in the upper section of the print.
 

January Calendar ca. 1973

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21 x 15 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.75 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

January calendar. The image is an Aztec warrior. Black type to the left of the warrior reads: "The death, which our Fathers, Brothers, and sons met, was not because, they owned anything, nor for stealing, or lying, it was for the honor, of our country, and nation, and for the valor, of, our Mexican Empire." Colors: brown, white, black, blue and red. Mark: La Raza Silk Screen Center, SF, CA 74 located in the lower right hand corner.
 

January Calendar undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.75 x 16.5 in.; Paper size: 24 x 18 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

January calendar. Text in Spanish. Image of a table top with a pot full of corn cobs, a bowl of tamales, a mortar and pestle, garlic, red peppers, corn with husks hovering above on the top left, and the Virgin Mary floating over the table blessing its food. Retrieved 8/94.
 

Japanese Art & Media Workshop, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23.25 x 17.375 in.; Paper size: 28.5 x 22.625 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Japanese Art & Media Workshop." Stylized image of what seems to be a woman making a shelter with her hands inside of which it reads: "Come". The color is a combination of white, yellow, red, purple and dotted orange gradations. There are vertical banners with telephone no., address and title of workshop at each side of the main figure. There is a border at the bottom of the print which reads: "Photography, Graphics, Silkscreen, Videotape, Writing."
 

July Calendar undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.375 x 15.875 in.; Paper size: 24 x 18 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

July calendar for 1978. The image of diminishing rectangles. The outside rectangle is red-brown and the smallest rectangle is yellow. Black text below the image reads, "Domingo, Lunes, Martes, Miercoles, Jueves, Viernes, Sabado." There are two holes on the upper margin. Retrieved 8/94.
 

July Calendar undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 17.5 x 23.125 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23.125 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

July calendar. There are two couples in a bar/dancing club. The couple in the foreground is dancing on a red tiled floor. The man is wearing a black vest, black "mariachi" trousers, and is playing "castañuelas". The woman is wearing a long dress, a laced veil or "mantilla", and a "peineta". The couple in the background are looking at each other. Colors: venetian red, blue, yellow, black, and white. Mark: located in the lower right hand corner in ink it reads:"La Raza Silk Screen Center, place and date [illegible]"
 

June Calendar ca. 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.75 x 19.75 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Junio calendar. The image is of an Mayan prince or king in consultation. Colors: lime green, brown, black and white. Mark: located in the lower right hand corner it reads: "La Raza Silk Screen Center, SF, CA 74"
 

La Brocha del Valle Reconstruction Benefit, Announcement Poster for 1980

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16.5 x 21 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 22.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "La Brocha del Valle Reconstruction Benefit, Live Music/Food/Entertainment, Sun. March 9, 2 p.m - 1 a.m., La Ventura Club, 2326 Ventura Ave., donation $5.00." Colors: brown, tan, white and blue. [Addendum: 5 March 1996, Linda Lucero recommends that Sal García be consulted.]
 

La Cultura Cura/ Culture Cures undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.875 x 16.875 in.; Paper size: 23.25 x 17.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Image is of two indigenous figures, one carrying art utensils on his back. Background is yellow and purple. In lower portion of the poster is an announcement for "Community Poster Silkscreen Classes" that would meet every Tuesday and Thursday from 6:30 -10pm. Fund: California Arts Council and National Endowment for the Arts
 

La Otra Onda ca. 1982

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.5 x 16.5 in.; Paper size: 22 x 17 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Photo of two individuals facing the viewer and two with their backs toward the audience. They display their jackets that reads "Las Sueños S.F." Color of poster is blue-gray with text in black reading "La Otra Onda, a photographic exhibition on youth from the Mission District in San Francisco April 2-April 30, 1982, opening reception Friday April 2, 7:00 pm, YMCA Humboldt park Cultural Arts Center 3208 West North Ave., Chicago Illinois." Based on a photograph by Joe Ramos. Fund: El Taller and the YMCA of Humboldt Pk.
 

La Raza Law Students-Hastings Benefit Dance, Announcement Poster for ca. 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.5 x 16.25 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "La Raza Law Students-Hastings Benefit Dance for the recruiment of Raza into Legal profession." On a tri-colored background with green yellow and lavender there are two enlarged legs coming from opposite corners of the image-frame and meeting at the bottom center of the picture. The image resembles a dance step where the man is dressing in black and the woman is wearing high heel shoes. Mark: in ink located at the bottom right corner it reads "La Raza Silkscreen Center '77".
 

La Ultima Cena, Announcement Poster for ca. 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28.125 x 18 in.; Paper size: 30 x 19.875 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Image of the Last Supper in black and white (from paper) with Jesus Christ in hot pink and dark blue. The back ground is black. White text at the top of the print reads, "La Ultima Cena Film Cubano En Colores Direccion: T.G. Alea Con: Nelson Villagra." There is one large rip at the bottom right corner, 2 1/4". This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters.
 

La Unidad Es la Vida; Sin Ella, No Hay Vida ca. late 1980's

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 34.375 x 21.75 in.; Paper size: 35 x 22.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "La Unidad Es la Vida; Sin Ella, No Hay Vida." Collage with several images of people dressed in fluorescent colors. On the bottom, it reads: "We put food on the table and clothing on people's backs / and do the work most Americans don't want to do for / less money than Americans will work for; and now / they want me to say I'm thankful because they're / giving me amnesty, even though most of the people I / know won't get it. Just because I'm legal all of a sudden / doesn't mean I'll forget those who aren't." [Addendum: Identified by Center for the Study of Political Graphics as a print made by Red Back Graphics (Australia), ca. late 1980s, 8/12/96.] Mark: located on the right bottom corner of the image area there is a pink triangle which contains a black spider.
 

La Unidad Es la Vida; Sin Ella, No Hay Vida ca. late 1980's

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 34.375 x 21.75 in.; Paper size: 35 x 22.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "La Unidad Es la Vida; Sin Ella, No Hay Vida." A farmworker with a bandanna covering his nose and mouth, dressed in fluorescent colors and wearing a cap with the Aztec eagle. On the top of the image, it reads: "Organizar". [Addendum: Identified by Center for the Study of Political Graphics as a print made by Red Back Graphics (Australia), ca. late 1980s, 8/12/96.] Mark: located on left bottom corner inside image area, there is a pink triangle which contains a black spider.
 

Las Fuerzas Vivas, Announcement Poster for 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 27.375 x 17.75 in.; Paper size: 29.875 x 19.875 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Las Fuerzas Vivas. Film Mexicano en colores, direccion: Luis Alcoriza con: David Reynoso, Lola Beltran." Big black silhouette of a Mexican soldier wearing a big hat and a banner with the colors of the Mexican flag across his chest. At the bottom right corner of the image there is an inscription in white: "a 76". From the GDLR collection of Cuban posters.
 

Libre! undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16.25 x 11.25 in.; Paper size: 22.25 x 17.25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Image of the Puerto Rican flag with the silhouetted fade-out portrait of Lolita Lebrón. Underneath the image text reads: "Libre!" Mark: located in red marker along the right edge of print it reads: "Taller Urayoán, SF, CA."
 

Lucio Cabañas Assassinated ca. 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 26 x 20.125 in.; Paper size: 28 x 21 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Outlined image of Mexican schoolteacher-turned-guerrilla-insurgent Lucío Cabañas' head on the ground with red background framing him to symbolize his blood. Lettering is in white bold letters.
 

March Calendar ca. 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21 x 16.5 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

March calendar. The image is a red, turquoise and gold Native American shield. The background is black. Mark: Located in the lower right hand corner it reads: "La Raza Silk Screen Center, SF, CA, 74"
 

March Calendar undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23.625 x 19 in.; Paper size: 26.125 x 20 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

March calendar with cartoon image of desert scene with yellow background.
 

Marcha Contra la Migra, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 20.5 x 15.375 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.375 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Marcha Contra la Migra. . . .Un daño contra uno es un daño contra todos. Image of a large group of workers in a demonstration holding big banners with the text: 'Somos un pueblo Mexican Chicano.'" Underneath the image, printed text describes the itinerary and schedules. In the bottom part of the print are a workers' symbol, the acronym C.A.S.A., and a triangle symbol with the Aztec eagle inside. The print is smeared and faded-out in some areas.
 

May Calendar ca. 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16.5 x 21.5 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

May calendar. Black type next to an image of A.C. Sandino holding a rifle on a Nicaraguan flag background reads: "La soberania de los pueblos no se discute...Se defiende con las armas y cesando de existir que mi obedie[n]cia se ordene con tales condiciones de revolucion Nicaragua 1927-1934. La guerrilla Latinoamericana triu[n]fante contra el imperialismo yanqui. Cesar Augusto Sandino." Mark:Located in the lower right hand corner it reads: "La Raza Silk Screen Center, SF, CA"
 

Misifuz 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22 x 17.125 in.; Paper size: 26.125 x 20 in.; Edition Number: 24/25;
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

A silhouetted black cat with yellow eyes in a grass field is looking at the viewer. There is a yellow moon or sun in the white background. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "24/25, Misifuz, 7/78, signature [illegible]"
 

Mission Media Arts, Announcement Poster for ca. 1971

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 25.625 x 14.5 in.; Paper size: 28 x 22 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Image is of a street sign of Mission and 24th St encircled with orange sky. Circle surrounded by blue border that frames the picture. Also, in blue letters reads "A series of television shows made for and by 3rd World People Monday Nights 8:30 Channel 9, May 8". Background is purple.
 

Mission Cultural Center Galeria Museo, Announcement Poster for ca. 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21 x 14.25 in.; Paper size: 21 x 14.25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Mission Cultural Center Galeria Museo." Green and blue leaves work together with orange text to produce a visually active silkscreen. Text reads, "Mission Cultural Center Galeria Museo Presents Janet Delaney Color Photographs Rudy Leal Watercolors April 4-May 12, 1979 2868 Mission Street San Franciso, California." Retrieved 8/94.
 

Nephtali de Leon, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23 x 17.5 in.; Paper size: 23 17.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Image of Nephatli de Leon off-centered to the right of poster. Background is white, all letters in purple, including title. Text includes books published, date, and time of event. Near bottom of poster reads "Chicano Cultural Center, 2536 Channing Way Bldg F, Berkeley."
 

Nicaragua Patria Libre o Morir!!!, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 17.25 x 12.625 in.; Paper size: 18.875 x 14.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Nat'l Lawyers Guild Film Series Presents: Nicaragua Patria Libre O Morir!!!, Documentary Film on the Frente Sandinista De Liberacion Nacional. . . . Nicaraguan Peoples Solidarity Committee, P.O. Box 11395, Fresno, CA 93773." The image is a group of FSLN soldiers in green uniforms holding guns. The back of this print presents designs of squares and circles in yellow and orange colors.
 

Noche Tropical, Announcement Poster for 1973

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16 x 21.25 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23.125 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Noche Tropical Musica de: Salsa Caliente Orquesta Pacifica And Special Guests. . . .Tickets available at Bass." Image of a starry night with a huge yellow moon with human face and a palm tree by its side. The sky has some crimson stars and small yellow moons. The lettering is crimson and red.
 

November Calendar ca. 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16.5 x 15 in.; Paper size: 23.125 x 17.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

November calendar. Two hands are holding a red Aztec eagle against a black background. Mark: in ink located on the bottom right of the paper reads: "La Raza Silk Screen Center, S.F., CA., year [illegible]"
 

October Calendar 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16.5 x 15 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

October calendar. Image of Fidel Castro. In the background, there is the Cuban flag. Colors: red, blue, white, and black. Mark: located at the bottom, on the right hand side, in black ink, it reads: "La Raza Silk Screen Center, S.F., CA, 74."
 

Original Drawings and Prints by Rivera, Siquerios, and Orozco 1972

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 17.5 x 23 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

This announcement poster celebrates pieces by Mexican Revolutionary Muralists Diego Rivera, David Alfaro Siqueiros, and Jose Clemente Orozco. The writing on the bottom of the poster reads, "Original Drawings and Prints by Rivera, Siquerios, and Orozco the Mexican Revolutionary Muralists. Opening September 13th to October 22, 1972 at Galeria de la Raza." The pieces in the Art Exhibit were on loan from the San Francisco Museum of Art. The poster consists of a piece by Diego Rivera noted by his signature on the bottom of the copied image. The image is of a woman wearing a hooded robe sitting with her hands wrapped around a sleeping child on her knees. The image by Diego Rivera is done in black and white, as is the overall poster. There is a copy of the same announcement poster, however it is done on a tan sheet of paper rather than white like the others.
 

Para los Niños Benefit For Guatemalan Children, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 29.625 x 17.125 in.; Paper size: 30 x 18.125 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Para los Niños Benefit For Guatemalan Children. . . .Third World 3520 20th ST -ID Required-". A symmetrical figure of quetzals in green and red on a yellow background. Above the birds, another symmetrical shape resembles a human profile that converges on the top of an ear of corn. The lettering and the image itself is yellow, red, green, and blue.
 

Pasion y Prision de Lolita Lebron, Announcement Poster for ca. 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.875 x 16.875 in.; Paper size: 22.5 x 17.625 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Silkscreen poster depicts a group of performers on a stage. One of them holds a flag. Above this group are two photosilkscreened images of Lolita Lebrón, the one on the left being a reverse of the one on the right and featuring jailbars, a lock, and a U.S. flag over her face. Text reads "Pasion y Prision de Lolita Lebron Presentacion de Teatro Latino del Centro Cultural De La Mision De vuelta de una exitosa gira por Mexico Jueves 7 de Febrero 8 P.M. - $3.00 Centro Cultural De La Mision 2868 Mission Street, S.F." The poster is printed in black ink on white paper. [Addendum: 5 March 1996, Linda Lucero identified this print as one made at La Raza Graphics.]
 

Pasión y Prisión de Lolita Lebrón, Announcement Poster for ca. 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.875 x 16.875 in.; Paper size: 22.5 x 17.625 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Pasión Y Prisión de Lolita Lebrón. A benefit performance for the people of Vieques Puerto Rico by Teatro Latino. . . .A musical Documenteatro written and directed by Carlos Barón Music by Javier Pacheco." Image of Lolita Lebrón machine-sewing the Puerto Rican flag and merging with the black background. [Addendum: 5 March 1996, Linda Lucero identified this print as one made at La Raza Graphics.]
 

Pick a Pocket for Nicaragua, Announcement Poster for 1985

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 26.875 x 21 in.; Paper size: 28 x 22 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Pick A Pocket For Nicaragua." Portrait of a man wearing a hat and a light green shirt. Colors: red, green, black, white. On the lower right corner, black lettering reads: "This poster is produced by Friends Of Nicaraguan Culture / For more information, contact us at / 1390 Market Street, Suite 908 / San Francisco, CA 94102 / 415-561-9060." Mark: located in the lower right hand corner in ink it reads: "Mission Grafica 85". Fund: Friends of Nicaraguan Culture
 

Poetry from the Hearts of the Americas, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.25 x 16 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.625 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Principal image is a street sign of the corner between Mission and 24th St. Image above contains the tops of palm trees with the image below of a night scene with strings of lights adorning the street. Near bottom of street in red letters reads "Cafe la Boheme 3318 24th St, San Francisco, CA." Included is also a list of poets and dates they will be performing.
 

Programa Para el Mes de Mayo * Program For May, Announcement Poster for 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15 x 20.375 in.; Paper size: 17.625 x 23.25 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Programa Para el Mes de Mayo * Program For May /Centro Cultural de la Misión 2868 Mission St. San Francisco / Los Mascarones: "Historia de Las Posadas" nueva obra teatral, dos horas, 5 de Mayo 7:00 p.m. admisión $2.00 / Gabino Palomares: Revelación musical y poetica de la Cancion Politica Latinoamericana dia 19 a las 8:00 p.m. $2.00" Very dark image of a campesino and a group of men carrying burning torches. Los Mascarones were a theatre group from Cuernavaca, Mexico.
 

Promises, Promises undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28.25 x 22 in.; Paper size: 28.625 x 22.625 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

A blue human silhouette with one hand raised in the air dominates the poster. In the background are two farm workers pulling crops and a skyline of industrial horizon. At the top of the poster is a mouth with "promises" at both sides. Main colors are blue, red, and yellow.
 

Puerto Rico, Announcement Poster for 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28 x 18.125 in.; Paper size: 30 x 20 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Puerto Rico." Image of a man's torso; across his chest is the United States flag; there is a black rift across its stars. The background is black. Yellow text at the top of the print reads, "Film Cubano Direccion: Fernando Perez / Jesus Diaz Con la Colaboracion del [/] Grupo Tirabuzon Rojo de Puerto Rico [/] Puerto Rico." There is a wrinkle on the bottom left corner. This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in white within the image on the bottom left corner reads: "A 75"
 

Rivera, Orozco, Siquieros, Announcement Poster for 1973

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.25 x 14.25 in.; Paper size: 26 x 20 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Line drawing in red of a Chicano looking upward. He wears a beret reading "RCAF." There are a maguey plant and a nopal cactus in the foreground and mountains in the background. At the bottom of poster in red letters reads "Original Drawings and Prints by Mexican Revolutionary Muralists, Opening Oct 12th to Nove 1, 1973; Main Art Gallery California State University Sacramento Daily 10 am to 7pm Monday thru Friday." Fund: Supported by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, Washington, D.C.
 

September Calendar 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23 x 17 in.; Paper size: 24 x 18 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

September calendar. Text in Spanish. Image of Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla holding a chain. Retrieved 8/94.
 

September Calendar ca. 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.75 x 17.5 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

September calendar. Image of a woman playing flute with the mountains as background. At the bottom right of the image, in brown ink, are the verses of the poem Oh amigos, os ando buscando (known as A Beautiful Song Resounds in English) by Aztec poet Xayacamach of Tizatlan: "Who am I / As a bird I fly above / sing of flowers / I compose songs / butterflies of songs / Let them burst forth / from my soul! / Let my heart be delighted / with them."
 

Short Eyes, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.5 x 16 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Short Eyes". Image in brown and silver with pink text at the top left. A person's hands are clutching the bars of his/her cell. Image of a metal frame and screws surround the composition. Pink text reads: "The Theatre Guild Of San Francisco Presents--Short Eyes." The brown text below the hand reads: "by Miguel Piñero--Winner, Best Play 1974, NY, Critics Circle Award--7 Weeks Only--Oct 13 Nov 25--Tuesday-Saturday 8:00 PM, Sunday 7:30--Victoria Theatre 863-7576--2961 16th Street Near Mission--General Admission $6.00--Pas Voucher Accepted--Seniors & Students $3.50--Tickets Available At All Major Agencies & Hotels." Mark: RCAF in brown ink on the bottom right. Retrieved 8/94.
 

Simon Bolivar, Announcement Poster for 1984

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.125 x 16.5 in.; Paper size: 23.25 x 17.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Picture of a statue of Simón Bolívar on a horse. In the background is a map of South America with Panama, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia highlighted. Background color is a gradient of blue. To lower right side of poster in black letters reads "Dedication of the Statue Honoring Simon Bolivar, a Gift from Venezuela to the People of San Francisco." This is also translated into Spanish. In red letters at very bottom is the time, date, and place.
 

Smashuraniumpolicestates! undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 19 x 28.5 in.; Paper size: 20 x 29.875 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Image of a violent fight between the police and a group of demostrators. There are several flags in the scene, one with patterns in black and red, with the anarchist symbol, and one with the hazardous waste symbol and a skull in the center. Text within the image reads, "Smashuraniumpolicestates." From the GDLR collection of Austalian posters.
 

Stiletto and Uncle Bob's Band, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.375 x 17.5 in.; Paper size: 22.875 x 18 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

A black rain boot with "Attended Cloakroom/Bring your own Bricka Bracka" in the center of the image. Assorted images around boot: girl at top right, lawnmower at left, picnic table, etc. yellow and white text read "dance." Background color gradient from light blue to green. Infomative text in black at the bottom. Text reads: Sat. 30th Oct. 8 pm. at Uni. Settlement 17 Edward St. Chippendale. From the GDLR collection of Australian posters.
 

The Longest Walk, Announcement Poster for 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 18.625 x 13.5 in.; Paper size: 22.5 x 17.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "The Longest Walk." Brown and beige (from paper) image of a woman. She is alone on a desert landscape. Brown text below the image reads, "The Longest Walk [/] July 15, 1978." Retrieved 8/94.
 

Theatre Flamenco, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 11.25 x 15.5 in.; Paper size: 13 x 20 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Theatre Flamenco." Red image of a flamenco dancer. Below the image in black and red text reads, "Theatre Flamenco World Premiere of 'Tonadas' Music: Joaquin Non-Culmell Choreography: Adela Clara & Miguel Santos Piano: Marta Bracchi-LeRoux Victoria Theatre, 2961 - 16th St. At Mission, SF April 26, 27, 28, May 4, 5 8:00pm April 29 2:00pm Bass, Macy's, Emporium, Capwell's & PAS Group Discounts, MasterCharge, Visa, 431-6521." Retrieved 8/94.
 

Third World Educational Advancement Center, San Francisco State University, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.25 x 17.875 in.; Paper size: 26 x 20 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Third World Educational Advancement Center, San Francisco State University." Three different views of the globe against a lighted torch on a red background. The composition is framed by a circular shape on a blue background. Yellow, brown and red lettering combine, as follows: "San Francisco State Student Union / an / Associated Student Program. . . .Graduate Schools accepting applications now / come see us for information. . . .Thurs 9-5, Fri 9-3." Hand written in green ink on back left corner reads: "Media Center -RQ". Mark: located at the bottom center of print reads: "printed at Media Center"
 

Thursday Night, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 20.875 x 11.25 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Thursday Night / June 1984, 7-9 pm, Free. . . .Kearny St. Workshop." Two open packages of brown firecrackers. The blue and white packaging labels are torn but one can read: "Thunder / Bomb / Caution." The backgound is purple, yellow, salmon, and violet. Gray lettering describes dates and times for different events.
 

Traditional Crafts of Mexico, Announcement Poster for ca. 1982

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 33 x 24 in.; Paper size: 33 x 24 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Image on poster is of an indigenous pictograph of a deer. Poster is pink and purple with text reading "Traditional Crafts of Mexico Artesenías Tradicionales de México An Exhibition at the de Saisset Museum April 20-June 13, 1982 University of Santa Clara Santa Clara, California Poster donated by the California Commerce Bank." Fund: California Commerce Bank
 

Tribute to Cesar Chavez: 15th Annual Festival De Las Americas, Announcement Poster for ca. 1993

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 30.25 x 19 in.; Paper size: 32.25 x 20.875 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Tribute to Cesar Chavez: 15th Annual Festival De Las Americas." Image of a house where four windows are framing groups of people. The groups are in silhoutte. In front of the building, there is a corner sign which reads, "Mission" and "24th St." Black text framed within a black border below the house reads, "Produced By: MECA - Mission Economic Cultural Association Sponsored By: 24th Street Merchants Association Funded In Part By: Grants For The Arts." Below the image framed by two black borders, black text reads, "Harrison Stage: Poncho Sanchez & Orchestra Cheo Concepcion y Orquesta Tito Garcia Y Su Orquesta Internacional UFW Speakers Salsa Dance Exhibition Passion N' Grace" and "Folsom Stage: Franco Brothers and Orquesta Actualidad Mariano Tapia Y Los Matlachines, 30 Años Alvaro Torres Hampshire Stage: 24th Street Star Search." At the very bottom there are six corporation logos: Bank of America, KIQI, AT & T, America West Airlines, El Mensajero, and Budweiser." Poster partially funded by: "Grants for the Arts" Mark: It states Mission Gráfica within the image on the lower right corner. Retrieved 8/94.
 

Untitled undated

General Physical Description note: papel picado; Image size: 15 x 23 in; Paper size: 15 x 23 in
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

This artwork is done in papel picado, the traditional Mexican folk style of design where the artist carves images out of paper and lays it over another sheet of paper. The designs of this poster are cut out in a light tan colored paper, while the paper underneath is in a dark tan. The central cut out paper image is of the sun and its eight rays reach all corners of the paper. In each corner are paper cut out designs of deer and llamas. The top and bottom of the poster include paper cut outs of griffins.
 

Viva Chavez, Viva Boyle, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23.125 x 14.625 in.; Paper size: 23.125 x 14.625 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Viva Chavez, Viva Boyle. Vd. esta invitado. . . . 4:00 - Party at Boyle Hdq. 988 Valencia." Image of Cesar Chavez and Father Eugene Boyle in black and white on a green background. Underneath the image, red lettering in Spanish and English announces dates and times of the events. A green-red Aztec eagle stands by the top letters. On the back of the print is a restaurant logo that reads: "Cafe Potpourri." Mark: RCAF Aztec eagle located below image area in red and green ink.
 

Viva El Salvador Libre!, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.875 x 16.875 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.75 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Viva El Salvador Libre!" Three individuals--only their legs visible, stand around a pool of blood where a yellow cap has been left. Lavender lettering reads: "In El Salvador la guardia fires into crowds..." Mark: located in red ink below image area, it reads: "Taller Urayoán"
 

Viva Nicaragua Libre!, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.75 x 16.875 in.; Paper size: 22.5 x 17.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Viva Nicaragua Libre!" A man wearing a green bandana on his mouth and a pink scarf in his head is holding a gun. The man is staring at the viewer and hiding himself. On a light pink background, brown-red lettering reads: "Freedom doesn't come / like a bird on the wing..." Mark: located below image area, in red ink it reads: "Taller Urayoán"
 

Willie Colón USA Tour '85, Announcement Poster for 1985

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 18.75 x 25.75 in.; Paper size: 19.25 x 26 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Willie Colón USA Tour '85, in an exclusive Bay Area appearance, a benefit performance for the Mission Cultural Center. This Halloween extravaganza will also feature: Sabor, Conjunto Cespedes, Samba da Alegria, Friday, November 1, 8 p.m. - 2 a.m...821-1155." The image is a drawing of Willie Colón playing the trumpet. Colors: black, orange and white. Mark: located on the image of Willie Colón it reads: "Mission Gráfica 85". Fund: Miller, Musica Present
 

Xmas Festival Dance, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24x 18 in.; Paper size: 25 x 18.5 in.
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Images of an old fashion radio with "Mental as Anything and Jack of Hearts" announcement. On top of the radio are two picture frames with one reading "Election Party Dec 10th," and the other reading "donations welcome." In addition to frames are two pink dogs. Text in pink and yellow reads "at the Settlement; 17 Edward St. chippendale 698-3087; Xmas Festival Dance." In small lettering near bottom of poster reads "Assisted by the Australia Council Youth and Community Serviced 5th Sydney Council. Background is green. From the GDLR collection of Australian posters.
 

Raza Beware 1982

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 13 x 17 in.; Paper size: 14 x 19 in.
creator: Artistas De Aztlán

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Raza Beware." Black and white image of two young women and a young man in front of a wall where blue lettering reads: "Are you 10 to 20 years old / do you wear: / pendletons, khakis, t-shirts, / counties, zoot suits. / Do you live in a barrio / do you hang-out with / other homegirls and / homeboys like yourself / If so you are being / labeled as a gang / member by police, / city + state officials / schools + the public / in general / to them you are / a criminal!! / For more info. write to the / "Committee Against the Labeling / and Monitoring of Raza Youth" / 20993 Foothill Blvd. Ste 323 / Hayward, Califas 94541." Signed, Double inscription in ink inside image area reads: "Por El Bato Loco qui qui" and "Artistas De Aztlán, copyright (c) 1982"
 

October Calendar 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23 x 17 in.; Paper size: 24 x 18 in.
creator: Avilez, Tomás

Description/Comments

October calendar. Text in Spanish. Within the days of the month are the girls names: Gloria, Elena, Jessia. Image of two picture frames hinged together. One picture (on the left) is a washed-out portrait of two children and their mother. The other picture (on the right) portrays a man with a hat, and he is standing in a field. Retrieved 8/94. Sapo was an artist with La Brocha del Valle. Signed, Inscription in blue ink within the print reads: "(c) Sapo, 78"
 

No Show, Announcement Poster for 1983

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23 x 17.5 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.
creator: Ayana

Description/Comments

Depiction of abstract geometric images with "No Show" written many times. Background is black. Text in silver reads "Galeria Museo-Dec 2-30, 1983." Title "No Show" in large gray letters near bottom of poster. Signed (printed)
 

Un Comisario Acusa, Announcement Poster for 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28.063 x 17.875 in.; Paper size: 30 x 20.063 in.
creator: Bachs, Consuelo

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Un Comisario Acusa." Image of a man with his mouth open and out from his mouth is a hand firing a pistol. The puff of smoke made by the gun's explosion is black, purple and yellow. The background is black. There are many creases and rips to this print: on the bottom left corner, 1/12"; bottom margin, 1", 1 1/2", 3/4", 1/4", 1/4", 1/2", 1/2"; top middle, 1 1/2"; middle right margin, 1/2". White text on the right corner reads, "Un Comisario Acusa Film Rumano En Colores Dirección: Sergiu Nicolaesu Gheorghe Dinica Ion Besoiu." From the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in white within the image on the top left corner and an inscription in black ball point below the image reads: "Bachs 75" and "Bachs"
 

Año Internacional del Niño 1979, Announcement Poster for 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28.063 x 18.125 in.; Paper size: 30 x 20 in.
creator: Bachs, Eduardo Muñoz

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Año Internacional del Niño 1979." Image of an infant leap frogging over a multi-colored and multi-tiled globe. Clouds float around the earth and the background is grey/blue. Black text below the image reads, "Año Internacional de Niño 1979." Near the bottom right hand corner is a symbol that resembles the League of Nations. This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription within the image on the left bottom reads: "Bachs 79"
 

Asesino Por Contrato, Announcement Poster for 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28 x 18.125 in.; Paper size: 30 x 19.875 in.
creator: Bachs, Eduardo Muñoz

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Asesino Por Contrato." Image of a man wearing a suit. He has many arms with hands clutching pistols and one hand is holding a dagger. Text on the upper left corner reads, "Film Italiano En Colores Asesino Por Contrato Direccion: Romolo Guerrieri Con: David Janssen Philippe LeRoy Arthur Kennedy." This print is from GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription within the image in black ink on the left side and an inscription (hand written) within the image in purple ink on the lower right side reads: "Bachs 79" and "Para los compañeros de las galeria [sic] La Raza" con afecto de Bachs."
 

Bisturi la Mafia Blanca, Announcement Poster for 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28.063 x 18 in.; Paper size: 29.875 x 20 in.
creator: Bachs, Eduardo Muñoz

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Bisturi la Mafia Blanca." An anatomical figure is the main image. There are dollar signs marking the parts of the internal body. The background is white and there is a red border that frames the image. There are a few blemishes at the top right corner, and one small color dot at the bottom left corner. This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in black ink within the print on the lower right and an inscription in black ball point ink below the image reads: "Bachs 75" and "Bachs"
 

El Amigo Americano, Announcement Poster for 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28 x 18 in.; Paper size: 30 x 20 in.
creator: Bachs, Eduardo Muñoz

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "El Amigo Americano." Image of a marker post; it is bleeding and there is a cowboy's hat placed on top. The background is blue. The black text, highlighted with green/grey, reads, "El Amigo Americano Film de la Dirección: Wim Wenders R.F.A. En Colores Con: Bruno Ganz Dennis Hopper." The print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in black within the image on the lower left side reads: "Bachs 79"
 

El Circo, Announcement Poster for 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28.25 x 18 in.; Paper size: 30 x 20 in.
creator: Bachs, Eduardo Muñoz

Description/Comments

Anouncement poster for "El Circo." Image of a gentleman in the mouth of a lion. The background is maroon. White large text and small red text reads, "El Circo" and "Film Norteamericano Dir: Charles Chaplin Con: Charles Chaplin." There are a few brown marks near the top right corner and bottom right corner. This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in black ink within the print on the left side and an inscription (hand written) in black ink within the print reads: "Bachs/75" and "Para los compañeros de la galería La Raza: con afecto Bachs. "
 

El Tigre Saltó Y Mató Pero Morira...Morira..., Announcement Poster for 1973

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28.25 x 18.125 in.; Paper size: 30 x 20 in.
creator: Bachs, Eduardo Muñoz

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "El Tigre Saltó Y Mató Pero Morira...Morira...." Black and white image of a military general; his nose impales a red, white and blue guitar. The background is black. White text above the image reads, "El Tigre Saltó Y Mató Pero Morira...Morira... [/] Documental Cubano Dirección: Santiago Alvarez." There is a small rip at the bottom right corner, 1/4". There are several light brown shadows of the print at the bottom corners. This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in white within the image at the upper right side and an inscription in black ball point ink below the image on the left side reads: "Bachs 73" and "Bachs"
 

En la Selva Hay Mucho por Hacer, Announcement Poster for 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28 x 18.125 in.; Paper size: 30 x 19.875 in.
creator: Bachs, Eduardo Muñoz

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "En La Selva Hay Mucho Por Hacer." Image of a multi-colored elephant with a fist for the tip of its nose. This defiant elephant is behind bars. The background is black. Text below the image reads, "En La Selva Hay [/] Mucho Por Hacer [/] Dibujo Animado En Colores [/] Basado En Un Cuento De Mauricio Gatti Realizado Por El Grupo Experimental De Cine De Uruguay - Montivideo." Within the image along the left side of the elephants trunk are bits of paper stuck to the black ink. This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in white within the image on the left bottom and an inscription in black below the image reads: "Bachs 76" and "Par los compañeros de la galeria [sic] la raza, con afecto - Bachs."
 

Etiopia Diario de Una Victoria, Announcement Poster for 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 27.875 x 17.875 in.; Paper size: 29.875 x 19.875 in.
creator: Bachs, Eduardo Muñoz

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Etiopia Diario de Una Victoria." Image of a inverted multi-colored crown used as a planter. There are six plants that are growing from the crown. The background is black. White text on the left side reads, "Etiopia Diario de Una Victoria [/] Film Cubano En Colores Dir: Miguel Fleitas." This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in white within in the image on the lower left reads: "Bachs 79"
 

Los Dias del Pasado, Announcement Poster for 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 27.875 x 17.75 in.; Paper size: 29.75 x 19.875 in.
creator: Bachs, Eduardo Muñoz

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Los Dias del Pasado." Image of a woman's head; her hair is multi-colored. Pearched atop her hair is a man poised to fire his machine gun. The background is black. White text at the bottom of the print reads, "Film Español En Colores Direccion: Mario Camus Con: Marisol Antonio Gades los Dias del Pasado." There are a few creases at the top margin. This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in white within the print on the lower left side reads: "Bachs 79"
 

Retrospectiva de Cine Mexicano, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28.25 x 18 in.; Paper size: 30 x 20 in.
creator: Bachs, Eduardo Muñoz

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Retrospectiva de Cine Mexicano." Image of a caballero with motion picture film flowing from his hat and the horse's mane; They seem to be jumping over a cloud of flowers and motion picture film. The background is midnight blue. The white text above the image reads, "Retrospectiva de Cine Mexicano [/] Cines de Ensayo [/] La Rampa [/] Y Rialto." There is a small tear on the bottom left corner. This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in black ball point ink below the image on the bottom right reads: "Bachs"
 

Tumba Francesa, Announcement Poster for 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28 x 18.125 in.; Paper size: 29.875 x 19.875 in.
creator: Bachs, Eduardo Muñoz

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Tumba Francesa." Image of an African/Cuban man. He wears a multi-colored and multi-patterned wrap. A chain is depicted above his head. Text within the African's cloths reads, "Tumba Francesa [/] Documental Cubano En Colores [/] Dirección: Santiago Villafuerte." This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in black within the print reads: "Bachs 79"
 

(title unknown) [¡San Francisco Amor!] undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.25 x 16.75 in.; Paper size: 23.125 x 17.375 in.
creator: Bonet, Wilma

Description/Comments

Two symmetrical red, yellow and green birds that look like Tucans converge to form a heart shape. In the blue background there is a landscape of green mountains and palm trees and a big full moon reflecting in the water. Text within the image reads, "¡San Francisco Amor!" The four corners of the print have been damaged by tearing off the paper. Mark: located at the bottom outside image area it reads: "Printed by La Raza Graphic Center, 3174 16th St. S.F., Tel. 863-5820"
 

April Calendar ca. 1972-73

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.75 x 19.25 in.; Paper size: 26 x 20 in.
creator: Werner Bonilla, Roberto

Description/Comments

April calendar. Photo silkscreened gray and black image of a city street. In the foreground there is a young boy riding his bike. Behind him there are three policemen on their motorcycles. One of the copies has a hole punched at the top center outside image area. Signed, Inscription in pen below image area reads: "Roberto Werner Bonilla"
 

Dancing God 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.75 x 19.125 in.; Paper size: 26 x 20 in.; Edition Number: 2/110, 35/110;
creator: Werner Bonilla, Roberto

Description/Comments

August calendar. On a bright yellow background, is the image of an indigenous God-animal framed by a big circular shape that resembles a sun full of line designs. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "2/110, Dancing God, Roberto Werner Bonilla, 74"
 

January Calendar ca. 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23 x 16.5 in.; Paper size: 23 x 16.5 in.; Edition Number: 66/125;
creator: Werner Bonilla, Roberto

Description/Comments

January calendar. The negative image of a group of four people on an urban landscape. Colors: silver, fuchsia and purple. Signed, Inscription in pencil above image area reads: "66/125, Roberto Werner Bonilla." On the right edge in pencil, it reads: "R. Bonilla."
 

Tarahumara Mayo, Announcement Poster for 1987

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 36 x 21.75 in.; Paper size: 36 x 21.75 in.
creator: Briston

Description/Comments

Depiction of a woman husking corn. She is wearing an orange shirt and a white scarf over her head. In the foreground are brown ceramic vases. The background is a zig-zag pattern of brown, white, and black. Lower portion of poster reads "Tarahumara Mayo Sonoma County Museum Santa Rosa, California January 24-June 28, 1987." Signed.
 

Culture Clash, Announcement Poster for 1985

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23.375 x 19.125 in.; Paper size: 23.375 x 19.125 in.
creator: Brunazzi, Cecilia

Description/Comments

In center of poster is a pink box with six painters standing sideways next to each other. Two orange stripes run across the individuals. the names of Siguenza, Montoya, Gomez, Salinas, Burciaga, and Palacios appear inside the bars. Above the photo reads "Culture" and below reads "Clash." Near bottom of poster reads "Friday, January 11, 1985 8pm Stanford University Casa Zapata in Stern Hall, Information 497-2089 $3 produced by Rene Yañez." Background is gray. At bottom of poster are the names of sponsors inclosed in a black box. Fund: Chicano Fellows Program, Chicano Affairs, Spanish & Portuguese Department and many more. Signed (printed).
 

(title unknown) undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.125 x 21.75 in.; Paper size: 23.125 x 23.125 in.
creator: Cachi

Description/Comments

Comic-like image of an indigenous couple against what looks like an Aztec sun calendar. The man is wearing an eagle and feather head ornament, a sword and a shield. The woman is on her knees, with her back towards the viewer and wearing a sword. Colors: black on vanilla background. The print seems to have been printed backwards since the signature, at the feet of the man, is backwards. Underneath it there is some more text that is illegible.
 

Monthly Calendar ca. 1981

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 33.75 x 19 in.; Paper size: 35 x 23 in.
creator: Cachi

Description/Comments

Monthly calendar. A man and a woman, both indigenous, looking frontally at the viewer are the main image. The man is wearing a feather crown, several ornaments around his body and he is pointing at the viewer with his finger. The woman beside him is wearing ornaments on her chest, arms and fingers; a parrot is resting on her upper arm. In the background, there is an Aztec solar calendar. There are two versions of this print, one on a white background and the other two on an ivory background. Signed, Inscription in ink inside image area reads: "Artist Cachi / Printed in San Jose."
 

El Manejo de las Perlas undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 25 x 14.75 in.; Paper size: 26.125 x 20 in.; Edition Number: 44/130;
creator: Calfitte, Jose

Description/Comments

December calendar. Several human figures that seem to be floating or dancing are passing pearls to each other. Other animal and floral figures emerge within a gold and green background with patterns that look like a crocodile or snake skin. The print has been hole-punched at the top center. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "44/130, El Manejo de Las Perlas, Jose Calfitte"
 

(title unknown) undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.25 x 16.25 in.; Paper size: 22.5 x 17.5 in.
creator: Callejo, Carlos

Description/Comments

Image of Emiliano Zapata pointing a forefinger towards the viewer. Brown text below the image reads: "If You're Not Part Of The Solution, You're Part Of Part Of The Problem--A Reminder to All 'progressive' Chicano Professionals". Retrieved 8/94.
 

Azteca Warrior undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21 x 14.5 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.; Edition Number: 1/many;
creator: Camplis, Francisco X.

Description/Comments

March calendar. Two Aztecs. The male figure on the left has his face and body painted and the female figure is kneeling on the ground. A cooking pot is placed in between both figures. Colors: red, ochre, green, orange, black, and white. On the right hand side of the print it reads: "How To Make Chorizo. / Ingredients: /pork butt (5 lbs. is plenty) / chili powder. 1 oz. chili powder / per pound of meat / garlic. 2 cloves per pound / of meat / salt. 1 tsp for each / clove of garlic / apple cider vinegar.1 oz / per pound of meat. Ask butcher grind pork butt coarser / than for hamburgers. Place meat in bowl / sprinkle chili powder into meat. Mash gar- / lic & salt in a molcajete, add vinegar / little at a time, rinse with vinegar & / put into meat. Add remainder vinegar / into meat. Mix all ingredients well / with hands. Cover bowl with foil and / let stand over six hours in refrigerator." The progressive proof has a crease along the middle. [Addendum: 5 March 1996, Linda Lucero identified the artist Lorenza Campusano de Camplis.] Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "1/many, Azteca Warrior, Francisco X. Camplis y Lorenza Campusano de Camplis."
 

Calendar for May ca. 1973-1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23.625 x 19.25 in.; Paper size: 26 x 19.875 in.; Edition Number: 1/many;
creator: Camplis, Francisco X.

Description/Comments

May calendar. A Native American man is holding a gun and facing a row of six men with their faces in white ink and their hands behind their heads. On a blue background white text reads: "National Geographic" On the top of the image, it reads: "Wounded Knee" and "March 1973". One of the prints has hand-written notes in pencil in the calendar area. There are different versions of this print in different hues of blue and red. The progressive proof has a red background and the figures in blue. Removed from the third blue print was a "Post-It" with the number "6" written on it. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "1/many, Francisco X. Camplis."
 

February Calendar 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23 x 17.5 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.
creator: Camplis, Francisco X.

Description/Comments

Monthly calendar. The backs of a group of men attacking a person with carrying chains and sticks. On the right edge of the print it reads: "CIA / TAC SQUAD / IBM / ITT / EXXON / HALCONES."
 

Viva Vasquez: Tiburcio 1852 - Genaro 1972 1972

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.25 x 19.125 in.; Paper size: 26.125 x 20 in.; Edition Number: 41/164, 43/164;
creator: Camplis, Francisco X.

Description/Comments

August calendar. Portrait of Tiburcio in black on a red background next to the portrait of Genaro in black on a green background. Below them is an arm holding a gun. On the upper left hand corner, white text on a red background reads: "Viva Vasquez." On the calendar, handwritten red ink reads: "Ruben Salazar asecinado [sic] por la placa en E. Los Angeles 1969" or "Ruben Salazar murdered by sheriffs E. Los Angeles - 1969." Both copies have a hole punched in the top center outside image area. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "41/164, Viva Vasquez: Tiburcio 1852-Genaro 1972, Francisco X. Camplis, 1972"
 

March Calendar ca. 1980

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.25 x 20.5 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23 in.
creator: Carrera, Cliff

Description/Comments

March calendar. One image is a black and white drawing of a soldier and the second print has been colored with marker. The Spanish calendar section is in red. Signed, Inscription located in the lower right corner above the calendar reads: "Cliff"
 

Sueño Del Nopal 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23.625 x 18.875 in.; Paper size: 26 x 20 in.; Edition Number: 35/110, 97/110;
creator: Carrillo, Graciela

Description/Comments

March calendar. On a yellow background there is a nopal in between clouds. The design is made of small red, blue and yellow dots. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "35/110, Sueno [sic] Del Nopal, Graciela Carrillo '74"
 

Untitled 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21 x 14.5 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.; Edition Number: 33/125;
creator: Carrillo, Graciela

Description/Comments

Outline of what is possibly a lucha libre wearing wings and wrestling attire. The colors of the figure are a gradient from red to yellow from top to bottom. Between the legs of the figure is a March calendar for 1978. The background is a gradient of light blue to dark blue, top to bottom. There are stylized outlines of serpent heads throughout the background. Signed, Inscription at lower right hand corner of poster reads: "Graciela Carrillo 78" There is another copy of this poster however it is attached to cardboard on the back.
 

Una Noche de Salsa, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23.5 x 18.125 in.; Paper size: 25 x 19 in.
creator: Carrillo, Juan

Description/Comments

Circular picture of a couple dancing near the beach with "Free Concert" in pink letters in the foreground. Near bottom of poster reads "Salsa de Berkeley Cien Fuegos de S.F. Freddy Rodriguez y la Familia."
 

April, May, June Calendar 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 10.125 x 7.75 in.; Paper size: 11.375 x 8.75 in.; Edition Number: 57/70;
creator: Carrillo, Juan M.

Description/Comments

Image of a woman with her arm around a little girl. Various altar objects are on top of a table. A wall separates the background of mountains, sky and a field from the foreground. [A duplicate print is in the RCAF Collection, RCAF-SLK Record No. 43.] Retrieved 8/94. Signed, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "57/70, J. M. Canillo"
 

We Decided That Our Indian People Are More Important to us Than Long Jail Terms 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 20.125 x 13.875 in.; Paper size: 24.125 x 17.75 in.
creator: Carter, Bruce, 1930-

Description/Comments

Silkscreen poster on brown paper based on a woodcut by the same artist depicts an American Indian in traditional dress in handcuffs. The quote is from Carter Camp, a leader of the Ponca Nation, in reference to the 1973 events at Wounded Knee.
 

(title unknown) 1983

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23 x 19 in.; Paper size: 30 x 22 in.; Edition Number: A/P;
creator: Castro, René

Description/Comments

The image is a green cactus with red spikes on a blue background. An announcement poster for his book of poetry, based on one of Castaño's cactus photos. Reference: Small Stones Cast Upon Tender Earth, by Castaño, Wilfredo Q., Second Coming Press, San Franciso, CA, 1981; Colección Tloque Nahaque, PS 3553 A 8153 S 62, 1981. Signed, Inscription reads: "Wilfredo Q. Castaño, 83" Produced at Mission Grafica, Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts.
 

Rifa 1972

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 27.5 x 21.75 in.; Paper size: 29 x 23 in.
creator: Castellanos, Leonard

Description/Comments

Portrait of Emilio Zapata wearing a hat and a bandana tied around his neck. There are three versions of this print: one portrait is in black and red on a yellow background. The other is in brown color on an off-white background. The third one is in red and blue. Below image area reads: "RIFA". Needs conservation treatment. Mark: located on the bottom right, there is a sun symbol. In one of the copies reads: "Méchicano Art Center"
 

5 de Mayo 1988, Announcement Poster for 1988

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23.25 x 17 in.; Paper size: 24.75 x 19 in.
creator: Castro, René

Description/Comments

Stylized eagle grasping a snake. Eagle has black and gray stripes while the snake has pink, red, and green stripes. Background is a gradient from blue to purple. Title is pink. Text in black reads "Latin American Coronation Ball Salud es Poder." At very bottom reads "Produced by MECA/ Mission Economic Cultural Association." Signed.
 

A Tribute in Concert to Victor Jara, Announcement Poster for 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23.5 x 17 in.; Paper size: 24.125 x 17.625 in.
creator: Castro, René

Description/Comments

Picture of Victor Jara in black and pink with blue outlines. Background is blue with black and pink borders. Text included in poster reads "Masonic Auditorium; tickets: Modern Times Book Center; with special guest M.C.: Joan Jara; By Quilapayun-- a New Latin American Song Movement." Fund: Sponsored by a Tribute to Victor Jara Committee.
 

Benefit for Art Against Apartheid, Announcement Poster for ca. 1986

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16.25 x 18.5 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 20 in.
creator: Castro, René

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "O.J. Ekemode and the Nigerian All Stars, plus Special Guests, Thursday, July 24, 1986, 8:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. - door open at 7:30...Art Against Apartheid." The image is a photo silkscreen of O.J. Ekemode playing the sax. Colors: green, orange, pink, purple, white and silver. Produced at Mission Grafica, Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts.
 

Chile Presente, Galeria Museo, Announcement Poster for 1980

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.375 x 16.625 in.; Paper size: 22.25 x 17.25 in.
creator: Castro, René

Description/Comments

Image is of the Chilean flag within an outline of a human head. In the red portion of the flag reads "Chile Presente images of betrayal and defiance twelve Chilean Artists." Background is black. Letters in white at bottom of poster reads "Galeria Museo September 5 thru 30, 1980 Mission Cultural Center 2868 Mission St. S.F. CA 94110." Produced at Mission Grafica, Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts.
 

El Tecolote 1980

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.625 x 19.25 in.; Paper size: 26.5 x 20 in.
creator: Castro, René

Description/Comments

Poster divided into six panel of various colors. Colors of boxes are blue, green, yellow, and red. In upper blue left box reads "Tecolote"; in upper right green box is the number 10 in a yellow circle; the yellow box contains "Years/Años" in red text; in the red box is a mask of an owl; the lower green box contains a hand holding a pencil; lower blue box reads "serving you pueblo latino" in red text. Produced at Mission Grafica, Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts.
 

Hail Umbanda, Announcement Poster for ca. 1986

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 27.75 x 19.75 in.; Paper size: 30 x 21.125 in.
creator: Castro, René

Description/Comments

Picture of a man kneeling in water. In background is a line of women wearing white dresses. The group of women and other on looers stand on sand. Upper portion of poster is pink with the title in green and othher text in white. Letters in white reads "A journey to the heart of Brazil's most authentic spiritual expression: Salva a Umbanda." In the lower left hand corner in black text reads "A documentary by José W. Araujo." Signed.
 

II Festival de Canto A El Salvador, Announcement Poster for 1984

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 18.75 x 12.25 in.; Paper size: 20 x 13 in.
creator: Castro, René

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "II Festival de Canto A El Salvador (Dedicated To Monsignor Romero) With Manantial - Sukay Jose Luis Orozco - Sabia." Image of Monsignor Oscar Romero in brown and tan color outlined in orange against a purple background. Underneath image area, brown type describes dates and times of several events. Signed, Inscription in ink inside image area reads: "Castro 84"
 

III Festival de Canto a El Salvador, Announcement Poster for 1985

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 17 x 23.5 in.; Paper size: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Castro, René

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "III Festival de Canto A El Salvador, por la paz en Centroamerica, with members of Los Peludos, Grupo Sukay, members of Grupo Raiz, Sergio Tapia, Grupo 10 de Julio, Kamanchaka, Grupo Sangre Machehual, Bahia y Tambor, Carolyn Brandy & Maria Cora with Women's Percussion Vocal Ensemble, March 23, 1985, 7:30 p.m...for more information call 552-0401." The image is a fuchsia and gray dotted dove with a yellow heart on a black background. Mark: Mission Grafica in oblique text in yellow heart of image area. Produced at Mission Grafica, Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts.
 

In Commemoration of the First National Holiday of Martin Luther King, Jr. 1986

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 25.125 x 19.5 in.; Paper size: 30.125 x 22.25 in.
creator: Castro, René

Description/Comments

Caricature bust of Martin Luther King, Jr. Background is teal blue. At top of poster reads "January 20, 1986." At bottom of poster is the title in purple letters. Produced at Mission Grafica, Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts.
 

Las Madres/ The Mothers of Plaza de Mayo 1985

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 25.75 x 19.875 in.; Paper size: 29 x 20.875 in.
creator: Castro, René

Description/Comments

Image of elderly woman wearing a white shawl and black cloak. Background is picture of town square. Title is purple and white. Near title in black letters reads "A film about the heroic struggle of Argentine women to recover thier disappeared children." Near bottom of poster in white letters reads "A documentary by Lourdes Portillo & Susana Muñoz." Signed.
 

Liz Estrada, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21 x 16.5 in.; Paper size: 22.5 x 17.5 in.
creator: Castro, René

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Teatro Amanecer presenta Liz Estrada obra musica de Carlos Barón, Direccion Martha Estrella, Música John Galloway, Produccion de Silvia Nakkach, Mission Neighborhood Center, 362 Capp S.F...Entrada General $4." The image is a photo silkscreen of "Liz Estrada". Colors: peach, green gradation, white and black. Fund: Patrocinado por La Familia Center of Marin en cooperación con Friends of the Mission Cultural Center. Financiado parcialmente por National Endowment for the Arts. Produced at Mission Grafica, Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts.
 

Mercedes Sosa, Announcement Poster for 1986

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 27.25 x 19.875 in.; Paper size: 30.125 x 21.75 in.
creator: Castro, René

Description/Comments

Image is a close-up face of Mercedes Sosa with a clutched hand resting on her cheek. Background of image is black with a multi-colored border. Text is green, red and blue and reads "Pablo Neruda Cultural Center and Casa Chile present Mercedes Sosa in concert; Saturday August 16, 1986 7pm; Lakeview High School Auditorium Chicago."
 

Not By Bread Alone undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 36 x 23.5 in.; Paper size: 40.875 x 30.25 in.
creator: Castro, René

Description/Comments

Photo silkscreen enlarged image of a raw steak and a golden human skull on a black background. Surrounding these two images are hand-traced blue and pink lines. The title of the print is written in green on the top of the print. There are four versions of this print with the skull in different places, and the steak in orange and crimson hues. Green text within the image reads, "not by bread alone." Produced at Mission Grafica, Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts.
 

Poesía Eres Tú The Poem Is You, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 25 x 18.5 in.; Paper size: 26.625 x 20 in.
creator: Castro, René

Description/Comments

Image of a woman flying down from the sky through purple clouds. She holds a feather and wears a picture of Roque Dalton around her neck. Background is blue with silver top and bottom borders. In lower portion of poster reads "A production of Teatro Latino of San Francisco co-sponsored by La Raza Studies Department and the Theater Arts Department, S.F. State University." The title is from the last line of the Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer poem Rima XXI. Fund: A grant from Instructionally Related Programs, San Francisco State University. Signed.
 

Quilapayun in Concert, Announcement Poster for 1986

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.625 x 18.875 in.; Paper size: 26.875 x 20 in.
creator: Castro, René

Description/Comments

Depiction of a silhouette figure playing on a drum. Colors are primarily black and orange. Title is purple and blue. Lettering in white reads "Peoples Church Auditorium, 941 W. Lawrence Ave. Friday may 16, 1986. 8 pm. Ticket price: $10.00." In orange letters near bottom reads "Chile Cultural Center P.O. Box 25470, Chicago, Illinois 60625 379-7673." Signed.
 

Rhodessa Jones and Idris Ackamoor With Jon Greene, Announcement Poster for 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.75 x 16 in.; Paper size: 23.125 x 16.25 in.
creator: Castro, René

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Rhodessa Jones and Idris Ackamoor / with Jon Greene. . . .New Performance Gallery / 3153, 17th Street, S.F." Photo-silkscreen of two black women--the one standing and staring at the viewer is wearing a dress with a panther-skin-like design. The other one is wearing a hat and playing a musical instrument that looks like an electric keyboard. Colors: ochre, blue and white. Photo by L. Capperell. Produced at Mission Grafica, Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts.
 

Rhythm and Rhyme Costume Ball, Announcement Poster for 1986

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 19 x 26.5 in.; Paper size: 20 x 28 in.
creator: Castro, René

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Centro Chicano de Escritores, Chicano Center for Writers Presents, Rhythm and Rhyme Costume Ball, with Viva Brasil, Cesar's Latin All-Star, Sunday, June 22, 1986, 7:00 p.m.-1:00 a.m., Cesar's Latin Palace, 3140 Mission St., San Francisco, Donation: $7...Fantasy!" The image is a gray and magenta cat's mask on a black background. Colors: black, magenta, gray, white, yellow and turquoise. Produced at Mission Grafica, Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts.
 

Sal Samba, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.25 x 17.5 in.; Paper size: 25.125 x 18.75 in.
creator: Castro, René

Description/Comments

Picture is a drawing of Luis Ortiz playing the trumpet with a parrot on his shoulder. Background is green. Title is red overlapping white text. At bottom of poster in white letters reads "Luis 'Perico' Ortiz." In blue letters reads "Batucaje, Conjunto Cespedes, Friday, Nov 23 9pm-4am; The Galleria 101 Henry Adams, S.F." At lower right hand corner of poster reads "Mission Grafica."
 

Teatro de Marionetas de Samuel Contreras and His Puppets, Announcement Poster for 1972

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 25 x 16 in.; Paper size: 26.25 x 17.5 in.
creator: Castro, René

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Teatro Gusto presents Teatro de Marionetas de Samuel Contreras and His Puppets." Directamente de Veracruz, Mexico. . . .Teatro Gusto is the resident theater of Mission Neighborhood Center and is a member of TENAZ and the People's Theatre Coalition." Two hands manipulating marionette strings from which the glitter letters are hanging against a yellow background. The lettering is a gradation of red and purple and is enhanced by the glitter. Beneath the image, a glued blue piece of paper describes dates and times for the different shows. Fund: Zellerbach Family Fund. Produced at Mission Grafica, Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts.
 

The 17th Annual Dia de los Muertos 1987

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 27 x 19.875 in.; Paper size: 30.125 x 22.125 in.
creator: Castro, René

Description/Comments

Image is of two skeletal figures wearing gray pants and purple bandannas. Each figure carries a halo over his head. Background is a gradient pink to red. Border is black with blue and teal overlay. At bottom of poster reads "Galeria de la Raza, Mission Cultural Center San Francisco 1987, '24th Street Cholo Saints after the Missouri nuclear accident'...." Signed.
 

The Third U.S. Tour Of Teatro Pantomima De Cuba, Announcement Poster for ca. 1985

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 26 x 18 in.; Paper size: 26 x 18 in.
creator: Castro, René

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Aztlán Cultural y TENAZ present, The Third U.S. Tour of Teatro Pantomima de Cuba." The image is a figure bending over wearing a yellow cloth. The background is blue. Mark: Mission Grafica. Fund: S.F. Mime Troupe, Conjunto Cespedes, Tenaz, Laney College, Vista College, Chabot College, New College of Cal.
 

United for Peace with Nicaragua, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 18 x 26.75 in.; Paper size: 19.5 x 29 in.
creator: Castro, René

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Committee for Health Rights in Central America & Nicaragua Information Center present, 3rd Annual New Year's Eve Benefit Dance for Nicaragua, United for Peace with Nicaragua, Celebrate New Year's Eve with the Looters and Impulse F!, M.C. Kris Welch, The Farm, 1499 Potrero Ave., at Army, 9:00 p.m...all Bass outlets." The image is a yellow rooster with magenta, blue, pink and green feathers. The background is black. Signed, Inscription in orange located in the lower right hand corner reads: "Castro"
 

Rosa Linda 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 10.875 x 16.25 in.; Paper size: 11.5 x 17.25 in.; Edition Number: 37/70;
creator: Cervantes, Juan

Description/Comments

Image of a woman's head with brown hair, red flocked roses with green leaves and stems. There are also white doves on a purple/blue gradated background. Magenta and blue type reads: "Calendario de Amor 1978." [A duplicate print is in the RCAF Collection, RCAF-SLK Record No. 59.] Retrieved 8/94. Mark: RCAF within the image on the image. Signed, Inscription in pencil below the image area reads: "37/70, Rosa Linda, Juan Cervantes, 1977". Within the image reads: "(c) 1977 Juan Cervantes/RCAF"
 

(title unknown) 1986

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28 x 21 in.; Paper size: 30 x 22.125 in.; Edition Number: 62/100;
creator: Chagoya, Enrique

Description/Comments

Two similar figures--a cross of human and toy-- of different size wearing masks from the top of their heads to their nose. Mickey Mouse's hats are floating over their heads. Their eyes are red arrows facing each other in opposite directions. The background is plain grey. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "62/100, Enrique Chagoya, '86"
 

Art from Jail, Announcement Poster for 1986

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.25 x 25 in.; Paper size: 16 x 25.875 in.; Edition Number: ed/100;
creator: Chagoya, Enrique

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Art From Jail, exhibit 1986, Western Additional Cultural Center, Galeria de la Raza, City Hall, National Center for Institutional Alternatives...Mission Grafica, Enrique Chagoya." The image is a brown and blue rectangular box with a window. There is a red rose in the window. Mark: Mission Grafica. Fund: California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts, Neighborhood Arts Progarm, San Francisco Arts Commission, San Francisco Sheriff's Department. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "ed/100, Enrique Chagoya"
 

Untitled 2010

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22 x 15.5 in.; Paper size: 19 x 25 in.; Edition Number: 40/50;
creator: Chagoya, Enrique

Description/Comments

This poster consists of an image of a group of smiling aristocratic figures greeting and embracing black colored demon like creatures. Two of the black colored creatures are shorter and one has a puppet of what appears to be Karl Marx, and the other short creature has a puppet of the Dalai Lama. The Dalai Lama's robes are painted in red. The aristrocrats themselves are painted in white, but outlined in black. The black demon like creatures seem to be dripping with gray splatters. One of the female aristrocrats has one of the creatures over her shoulder, and in the creature's hands is a gray crutch. Towards the upper left hand corner in the outline of a sun is an image of Dawn soap. The background of the silkscreen has a blue gradient, ranging from light blue in the upper part then dropping to darker blue towards the lower end of the image. This silkscreen poster itself is not titled, however the artist has chosen to title the poster as Homage to J.C. Orozco on Galeria de la Raza's website.
 

Chile, 11 Septiembre 1973, Announcement Poster for 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 18 x 25.375 in.; Paper size: 18 x 25.375 in.
creator: Chaparro

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Chile, 11 Septiembre 1973." In the upper left hand corner it reads: "Universidad de los Andes Mérida-Venezuela. Departamento de Cine." A triple image of the back of a soldier in green-olive color. The background is divided in three sections of white-orange-white. Mark: located at the lower right bottom in ink it reads: "Diseño: Chaparro, Impresión: Talleres Gráficos Universitarios, Mérida, 1975." Signed.
 

Chicano Ball, Announcement Poster for 1971

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23.375 x 16.875 in.; Paper size: 25 x 19 in.
creator: Cid, Armando, 1943-2009

Description/Comments

Image depicts a couple slow dancing in formal attire. Colors are black, fluorescent pink, and fluorescent green. At the lower left corner of picture reads "Para Antonio Feliz Cumpleaños." At lower portion of poster lettering in blue reads "Chicano Ball Palm Grove Sat May 15 1971, 9 p.m.- 1 a.m. RCAF."
 

Chicano Ball, Announcement Poster for 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23.5 17 in.; Paper size: 25 x 19 in.
creator: Cid, Armando, 1943-2009

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Chicano Ball." Photo-silk screen of a man and woman about to embrace. Colors are fluorescent red, fluorescent pink, and green. Blue text below the image reads: "Chicano Ball, Palm Grove, Sat, May 15, 1976, 9:PM 1:AM." The text has many streaks. Retrieved 8/94. Mark: RCAF in blue located at the bottom right corner. Signed, Inscription in grey ink within the image reads: "Para Antonia Feliz...[illegible]"
 

Human Beans 1972

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.75 x 19 in.; Paper size: 26 x 20 in.; Edition Number: 11/139, 84/139;
creator: Crazyella

Description/Comments

March calendar. Four anthropomorphic pinto beans with legs are jumping and walking. There are three copies of this print; one of them is unsigned and has the following inscription: "To Ralph-My Good Friend (I don't care what they say), 'Crazier than the Craziest', Crazyella." Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "11/139, Human Beans, Crazyella '72"
 

February Calendar undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23.25 x 17 in.; Paper size: 24 x 18 in.
creator: Cruz, Bob

Description/Comments

February calendar. Calendar dates are in the form of symbols with the legend on the bottom right. Text on the top left is a pledge/statement by former Brown Beret Minister of Information Catarino Hurtado. On the top right is written Catarino Hurtado; under this are eight hearts. There is a central pyramid with two men flanking it. Retrieved 8/94. Cruz was an artist with La Brocha del Valle.
 

1776-1976 Xicano Bicentenial, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.75 x 16.75 in.; Paper size: 25 x 19 in.
creator: Cuellar, Rodolfo

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "1776-1976 Xicano Bicentenial." Red and black image of a man whose mouth has been tied up with a thick chain and a lock with the inscription: "Made in USA." The background is made of thick strokes of black, red, and white. There is white lettering in the border underneath image area. Mark: located outside and at the bottom of the image area reads: "RCAF" and an arrow symbol underneath it
 

3 Pianos Xicanos, Announcement Poster for ca. 1980

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 20.75 x 15.25 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.25 in.
creator: Cuellar, Rodolfo

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "3 Pianos Xicanos." An image of piano keys on a violet/red gradation background. In the upper part of the print is the following text in white and gold colors: "Joaquin de Sacramento musica de los 20's, 30's, 40's Fernandez Javier de San Francisco Salsa y musica de Protesta Pacheco Ernie de Fresno Boogie y Jazz de los 50's / Palomino. . . ."
 

A Tribute to José Guadalupe Posada, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.375 x 21.375 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23 in.
creator: Cuellar, Rodolfo

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "A Tribute to José Guadalupe Posada." Images of Posada and his son about 1900 and a photo-silkscreened image of a female skeleton from the Diego Rivera mural in the 'Hotel de Prado', in Mexico City, "Suena [sic] de una tarde dominical en la Alameda Central." Red background. Type on a black background reads, "Jose G. Posada, Mexican Printmaker 1852-1913." Gold type reads: "A Tribute to Jose Guadalupe Posada, June 13-July 13...Saturday 12-5." Fund: La Nueva Raza Bookstore, Galeria and the California Arts Council
 

April May and June Calendar 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.875 x 10 in.; Paper size: 17.375 x 11.5 in.; Edition Number: 52/70;
creator: Cuellar, Rodolfo

Description/Comments

Green grey image of a solitary man with his rifle overlooking a mountain range. Brown text along the top of the mountain range reads, "I do not know if you have been absent: / I lie down with you, I rise up with you, / In my dreams you are with me. / If my teardrops tremble within my eyes, / I know it is you moving my heart. / Azteca." Below the image in red text are the dates and months. Retreived 8/94.
 

August Calendar (7 Agosto 7) ca. 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.375 x 21.5 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23.125 in.; Edition Number: 23/225, 219/225;
creator: Cuellar, Rodolfo

Description/Comments

August Calendar (7 Agosto 7). Four gold, black and silver photographic images of people: a woman cleaning a window, a train machinist, two men in a car with an airplane in the background, and two workers. On the right side of the print, there is text that reads: "From Chihuahua, y sabrán los dioses desde donde before that, like scattered leafs from an autumn storm we drifted by rails across make believe fronteras del norte. From E.R., Dunsmuir, Chicago, junta hasta Roseville, we layed cold steel rails and sweated at the round house, journ[ey]ing long. Singing a song in search of El Dorado - only to retire and be swept away lost or forgotten by company policy now upheld by your sons and daughters. Trabajadores compañeros les saludo." [The extra copy is in GDLR Suppl.1 Box No. 2, retrieved 8/94.] Mark: located in the central area below image area in ink there is the RCAF lettering and the black eagle. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "23/225, Rodolfo, Sun Symbol, Cuellar"
 

Bilingual Education Says Twice as Much 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.75 x 16.75 in.; Paper size: 25 x 19 in.
creator: Cuellar, Rodolfo

Description/Comments

A male and a female profile in brown and beige color facing each other. The Aztec symbols for speech come out of their mouths and to float in the background which is a blue gradation. Brown lettering reads: "Bilingual Education Says Twice As Much." Mark: located below image area in brown ink is the eagle symbol intertwined with "RCAF, 75 Copyright (c)" Signed, Inscription in pen and ink below image area reads: "Rap, your work speak with 3 ways of mucho more, RCAF 75 Copyright (c), c/s, Rodolfo, sun symbol, Cuellar [illegible]"
 

Fiesta de Maiz 1971

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 20.625 x 15.125 in.; Paper size: 22.5 x 17.5 in.
creator: Cuellar, Rodolfo

Description/Comments

Image of an orange ear of corn growing from a light and dark green stalk. The roots are visible underneath the black soil. Background of orange-yellow gradation. Lettering reads: "Fiesta de Maiz, June 5, Noon to Dusk, Southside Park, No Booze! Two versions of this print can be found in RCAF Box No.5 and RCAF Box No.20. Mark: located in ink in the center below image area, it reads: "7 RCAF 7." Signed, Double inscription. Inscription in pencil at the back of image reads: "Rudy Cuellar 1971." Inscription in black ink below image area reads: "Dedicated to Xilonen c/s, 7 RCAF 7."
 

La Raza Law Students Association, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.875 x 20.75 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 22.625 in.
creator: Cuellar, Rodolfo

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "La Raza Law Students Association." Image of the earth globe with two black snakes intertwined and facing each other. Their tails separate into the two arms of a pair of scales with the sun and the moon on each side. Outside of the globe, the corners of the print are quarters of a sphere with the Aztec eagle and text in each of them. Underneath the main image, a light blue stripe serves as the background for the black lettering that explains dates and events. Mark: located in ink below image area, it reads: "RCAF" preceded by a drawing of a water drop
 

Mercado de las Flores Lowrider Show, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22 x 16.375 in.; Paper size: 22.75 x 17.5 in.
creator: Cuellar, Rodolfo

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Mercado de las Flores Lowrider Show." Image of a red and black lowrider. Red, white, black text above the image reads, "Mercado de las Flores Lowrider Show Mar. 19 Noon to Dusk (below the image) Emiliano Zapata Park Musica Teatro Comida." Black text below the image reads, "Para la Dimples" and Boycott Gallo and Coors." Retrieved 8/94. Mark: RCAF c/s at the bottom center
 

Para Mis Jefitas Since The Dawn Of Time ca. 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.375 x 21.375 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23 in.; Edition Number: 59/125;
creator: Cuellar, Rodolfo

Description/Comments

May calendar. The central image is a blooming corn on a yellow background. The upper right hand side of the paper shows a subtle gradation of yellow with the text: "Pais / Raiz / Maiz" that repeats and expands on a cross composition. Brown text below the image (which seems to be a dedication) reads, "Para mis Jefitas since the Dawn of Time, c/s." Signed, Inscription: "Rodolfo, sun symbol, Cuellar?, RCAF."
 

Las Cuatas 1984

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16.75 x 21.875 in.; Paper size: 18.875 x 25 in.; Edition Number: 10/71, 11/71;
creator: De Batuc,, Alfredo

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Día de los Muertos, 1981." The image is an interpretation of the "Two Fridas, 1939" by Frida Kahlo. Frida and a female skeleton are sitting on chairs, holding hands and holding masks of each other's face. Two indigenous angels at each side of the scene are holding a large floating ribbon with the inscription: "Día de los Muertos, 1981." [Note: This image seems to have been traced from Announcement poster for Dia De Los Muertos, Misc. Prints, Record No. 195.] Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "las cuatas, 10/71, debatuc 84"
 

No Missile Envy 1984

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 18.75 x 25 in.; Paper size: 25.125 x 30.875 in.; Edition Number: 53/88;
creator: De Batuc,, Alfredo

Description/Comments

Two skeletons portrayed as Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher on a background of a nuclear explosion. The scene is framed by an oval composition of angel heads with wings. Along the upper edge of the image it reads: "To commemorate and remember the largest antinuclear weapons demostration that took place in New York City on June twelfth nineteen eighty two. Dia de los Muertos." This same text is translated into Spanish. (Note: Artist says title is No Missile Envy, changed in db 4-sep-03, from note dated 26-june-00. --BW). Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "53/88, debatuc, 84"
 

Colegio Cesar Chavez, Mt. Angel Oregon undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 27.5 x 21.5 in.; Paper size: 28.5 x 22.5 in.
creator: DeSiga, Daniel

Description/Comments

Framed image of a landscape with pine trees and an orange sunset. In blue sky areas reads "Colegio Cesar Chavez" in pink with black overlay. Green leaf veins frames the landscape. Near lower right corner is the United Farm Workers emblem of an Aztec-style eagle. In orange text reads "Mt. Angel Oregon" at bottom of poster. Signed
 

Pinturas, Bordados Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 18 x 24 in.; Paper size: 20.5 x 26 in.
creator: Domi

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Domi, Pinturas, Bordados, March 29 - April 25, La Raza Graphics Center, 938 Valencia, San Francisco." The image is of two figures, one has a yellow head and blue legs and the other has a blue head and purple and brown cloths. The dog is purple and the background is red, lime green and orange. Mark: La Raza Graphics Center. Produced at Mission Grafica, Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts.
 

Galería Otra Vez undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 27 x 22.125 in.; Paper size: 28.125 x 22.125 in.
creator: Duardo, Richard

Description/Comments

Image is a close-up of a tube of paint with paint brushes coated with blue paint placed diagonally on top of the tube. Background is white and brown. Text at lower portion of poster reads "Galería Otra Vez, Self-Help Graphics & Art, Inc. 2111 Brookyln Ave. L.A. Ca 90033 (213) 268-2335 264-1259; Hecho en Aztlan." Signed
 

Zoot Suit ca. 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 35.375 x 17.5 in.; Paper size: 35.375 x 17.5 in.
creator: Duardo, Richard

Description/Comments

Image is of two pachucos dressed in zoot suits; one wears green pants and a yellow jacket while the other wears a brown suit with a red shirt. Characters shown are from the movie "Zoot Suit" by Luis Valdez. Valdez's signature is on the lower-right hand corner of poster. Background of image consists of geometric patterns. Signed
 

Document and Defend the Struggle, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.5 x 17 in.; Paper size: 24.75 x 19 in.
creator: Allen, Dan
creator: Duffy, Dan
creator: Sances, Jos.

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Document and Defend the Struggle. . .International Network Of Progressive Film and Video." The title on the top part of the image is printed in English, French, Spanish, Arabic. The central image is a hand and forearm holding a film camera with three lenses against a magenta-red background which is inscribed in a black background. [Addendum: Printed at Mission Grafica.] Mark: located at the bottom in ink it reads: "Printed At Mission Grafica" Signed, Double inscription: inscription in ink at the bottom of image area reads: "Design: Dan Duffy, Dan Allen and Jos Sances." Inscription in ink inside image area reads: "Duffy." Produced at Mission Grafica, Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts.
 

Calaca Storia 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.625 x 21.75 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23.125 in.; Edition Number: 25/225, 84/225;
creator: Favela, Ricardo

Description/Comments

December calendar. Seven black and white frames with different scenes played by skeletons. Colors: red, blue, black and white. Mark: located on the bottom on a red background, it reads:"RCAF" Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "25/225, "Calaca Storia", Ricardo Favela, calligraphy [illegible] '76"
 

Chicana 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15 x 21.375 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23 in.; Edition Number: 1/125, 90/125;
creator: Favela, Ricardo

Description/Comments

December calendar. Hatching image of a woman with a challenging look at the viewer. Also, she has a great amount of hair. By her side, there is an oversized plate with food. In the right hand side of the print, black lettering on a red background reads: "Chicana / Eres la lluvia / que cae cae cae, / el agua de mis sueños / que escurre / sobre las palabras / de mi vida. / Eres la que cae / sobre las aguas / de mis pensamientos." Mark: located at the bottom center, outside of the image area, in ink, is the "RCAF" symbol. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "1/125, Chicana, Ricardo Favela, calligraphic sign, '75"
 

Día de las Madrecitas Celebración, Announcement Poster for 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 17.25 x 23.375 in.; Paper size: 19.125 x 25 in.
creator: Favela, Ricardo

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Día de las Madrecitas Celebración." Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe surrounded by roses on a red background. Green type reads: "Día de las Madrecitas Celebración. . . Special Guest, Sra. Juanita Chavez [Cesar Chavez's mother]. . . May 10th, 1975, 11:30 a.m...Musica."
 

Dia de las Madres Celebración, Announcement Poster for ca. 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.75 x 16.5 in.; Paper size: 22.625 x 17.375 in.
creator: Favela, Ricardo

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Dia de las Madres Celebración." A rose within a eight-pointed geometric design. Yellow, green, red, brown, and gold are the major colors. Black text below the image reads, "Dia de las Madres Celebración [/] Miércoles, 10 de Mayo, 1978 [/] Washington School, Calles 18 y F [/] 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Todo Gratis [/] Sacra." Retrieved 8/94. Unsigned, Inscribed in black pen ink beneath the image reads, "¡Feliz Cumpleaños Juana!"
 

Dia de los Muertos - 1st Annual Procession, Announcement Poster for 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.25 x 18.25 in.; Paper size: 25 x 19 in.
creator: Favela, Ricardo

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Dia de los Muertos, 1st Annual Procession" features an image of a white skeleton wearing a white suit with a target colored as a Mexican flag and a hat pinned with the black Aztec eagle. The skeleton is gluing a poster onto the wall, where it reads: "Nov.1, 1975 at 4 P.M. / Vengan Todos!. . . . Respeto a la Raza! / Boycott Coca-Cola /¡Boycott Gallo!" The image is surrounded by a frame made of connected bones. Mark: located in ink at the bottom right corner inside image area, it reads: "Copyright (c) RCAF 1975." An extra "RCAFF" [sic] symbol in red is at the center below image area. Signed. Inscription in ink and pencil below image area reads: "¡Para la [illegible] de mi Raza!, Ricardo Favela, calligraphic symbols [illegible]"
 

Dia de los Muertos - 2nd Annual Procession, Announcement Poster for 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.5 x 16 in.; Paper size: 25 x 19 in.
creator: Favela, Ricardo

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Dia De Los Muertos, 2nd Annual Procession." Image of a skeleton with blue hands and feet, dressed in an indigenous attire and stepping on an open graveyard in the shape of a cross. Several smaller skulls float in the space around him, and display symbols in their foreheads, such as the Aztec eagle, the Favela's calligraphic symbols, the copyright sign, and a cross. In a yellow border around image area, white and black lettering reads: "Dia De Los Muertos / 2nd Annual Procession, Nov. 1, 1976, Lunes. / From Hiram Johnson High School to St. Mary's / Cemetary, a las 5:30 de la tarde. Pan de los muer- / tos y velas para todos. Misa en el St. Mary's Ce- / menterio, todos invitados. For more info: 446-0212 / ¡vote si con 14!" Mark: located inside image area in ink it reads: "Copyright (c) RCAF 1976" An extra "RCAF" symbol is at the bottom, outside of image area. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Ricardo Favela, calligraphic sign [illegible]"
 

El Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Announcement Poster for 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22 x 16 in.; Paper size: 25 x 19 in.
creator: Favela, Ricardo

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "El Centro de Artistas Chicanos. . . .Posters, murales y clases de arte para la gente*" Image of two skeletons with red hands and feet, blue-green jackets and blue and yellow pants. One is holding a silkscreen frame with blue drops falling from it. There is a red border around the image with black lettering. Marks, from non acid-free tape, have transferred to the front of the paper. Mark: located inside image area reads: "Copyright (c) 1975 RCAF." Outside the image area is a black symbol for "RCAF" Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Para El René de tu amigo de Dina, Ricardo Favela, calligraphic sign [illegible] '75'"
 

Huelga! Strike! 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 18.25 x 24.25 in.; Paper size: 19 x 25 in.
creator: Favela, Ricardo

Description/Comments

Four men driving a jeep with "RCAF, Royal Chicano Air Force" on the front of it. In the yellow and red background there is a "Safeway". On the top it reads: "Support the U.F.W.A. International Boycott"; on the bottom, it reads: "Boycott Gallo Wines! / Boycott Sunmaid Raisins!." Text on the left margin reads, "Huelga!" and on the right margin reads, "Strike!" Mark: located on bottom center, "RCAF" symbol.
 

La Carmen, por Vida 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 10.125 x 15.875 in.; Paper size: 11.5 x 17.375 in.; Edition Number: 40/80;
creator: Favela, Ricardo

Description/Comments

October, November, and December calendar 1978. Image of a woman, her arms akimbo, holding a blue purse. She is leaning against a fluorescent orange and black brick wall. A copy of this print is in CEMA-RCAF Box No. 7, Rec. No. 162. Retrieved 8/94. Signed, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "40/80, 'La Carmen, Por Vida', Richard Favela c/s"
 

RCAF Mirror: San Pedro Es Chicano 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.5 x 20.25 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 22.875 in.
creator: Favela, Ricardo

Description/Comments

Center circle is red, green and blue with yellow, red and black squares. In the four corners black type on a yellow background reads: "silba La Xilónen, ocho gradas, sangradas bañada del sol in noxocoya, ninoconequi xochitl, quinientos hermanos, RCAF mirror, fire in the winter tundra, black and red in says san pedro es chicano." Signed, Inscription in black below image area reads: "copyright, RCAF, 1976, RCAF Poema por Dr. Arnoldo Solis."
 

Dia de los Muertos, 3rd Annual Procession Y Ceremonia, Announcement Poster for 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 20.625 x 15.625 in.; Paper size: 22.625 x 17.625 in.
creator: Favela, Ricardo
creator: Villa, Esteban

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Dia de los Muertos, 3rd Annual Procession Y Ceremonia . . . .Bendición - 4:30 p.m. / Misa y Ceremonia - 4:45 p.m." The central image is a black and white skull wearing a hat and showing a gold tooth with a diamond in it. The blue border background has twelve different flowers whose center is a skull image. Mark: located in the bottom center of image, it reads: "Copyright (c) RCAF, 1977"
 

Untitled 2010

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 19 x 25 in.; Paper size: 19 x 25 in.; Edition Number: 40/50;
creator: Fernandez, Ana Teresa

Description/Comments

This black and white silkscreen is an image of two women peering at one another through a border. The same image itself is flipped above the original, so there are a total of four women peering through the borders in the entire image. The silkscreen is signed by the artist on the lower right hand corner.
 

December Calendar 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23.25 x 17 in.; Paper size: 24.25 x 18 in.
creator: Figueroa

Description/Comments

December calendar. Text in Spanish. Image of two women one in a red shawl and the other in a brown dress and white shawl. The woman in red is praying before a brown cross, and to the right of the woman in white is a candelabra. The background is a brown field with black mountains and a blue/yellow sky. Retrieved 8/94. Signed, Inscription in black ink within the image reads: "1978, Figueroa"
 

Azlo Magazine 1980

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 17 x 21 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23 in.
creator: Flasher, Sacra
creator: Gonzalez, Luis C.

Description/Comments

Azlo Magazine in gold flanked by a male in Mayan clothing and another in contemporary cholo clothing on a purple background. "Sold Here" in large yellow type. Below in black it reads: "2904 Franklin Blvd., Sacramento, Califas 95818, (916) 453-9308."
 

Encuentro del Canto Popular, Announcement Poster for 1987

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16 x 22 in.; Paper size: 18 x 24 in.
creator: Fuentes, J.A.

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Sixth Annual Festival of the New Song, Encuentro del Canto Popular, Fri. & Sat. 8 p.m./Sun. 2 p.m., $8.00 advance - $10.00 door, October 23, 24, 25, 1987, Victoria Theatre, 2961 16th St., S.F...Amparo Ochoa." The image is a man playing a guitar and singing. Colors: magenta, green, and yellow. Fund: Sponsored in part by Grants from: The Calif. Arts Council and Grants for the Arts; Sponsored by El Tecolote Newspaper/a project of Acción Latina. Signed, Inscription in the lower right hand corner reads: "Poster Design: J.A. Fuentes"
 

June Calendar 1973

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.875 x 19.25 in.; Paper size: 26 x 20 in.; Edition Number: A/P;
creator: Fuentes, Juan, 1950-

Description/Comments

June calendar. Image of Cesar Chavez raising his fist. Colors: orange, red, brown, black. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "A/P, Juan Fuentes 73"
 

Playa Giron 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.625 x 17.125 in.; Paper size: 23.125 x 17.625 in.; Edition Number: 31/125;
creator: Fuentes, Juan, 1950-

Description/Comments

April calendar. The silhouettes of three soldiers on a tank. On the top area it reads: "Playa Giron / Primera derrota del imperialismo Yanqui en America / Cuba 1961." Colors: purple, black and ochre. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "31/125, Juan Fuentes 75"
 

La Historia de California 1977 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.5 x 16.5 in.; Paper size: 23.25 x 17.625 in.
creator: Fuentes, Juan, 1950-

Description/Comments

Cover for "La Historia de California 1977" calendar. The image is composed of five elements, a mission, a vaquero on a white horse, two vaqueros herding cattle, the seal of California, and a woman holding a pot. Signed, Inscription on one print located in the right hand corner reads: "RC"
 

Somos Hermanas, Announcement Poster for ca. 1985

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 18.75 x 24.5 in.; Paper size: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Fuentes, Juan, 1950-

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for: "International Women's Day 1985, Somos Hermanas, embracing our sisters in solidarity, First West Coast Conference on Women in Central America, March 8,9,10...information (415) 566-2070." The image is two women embracing. Colors: magenta, turquoise, tan, brown, yellow and white. Produced at Mission Grafica, Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts.
 

Semana de la Raza, Announcement Poster for ca. 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 25.625 x 17.5 in.; Paper size: 28 2/8 x 22.125 in.
creator: G., A.

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Sonoma County's / Chicano Community / Presents / Semana de La Raza" Image of two males and a female figure wearing hats and staring at the viewer. Around the figures are several stamps with symbols and images of various organizations. Underneath the images are explanatory paragraphs with the names and events co-sponsored by the participating organizations. Colors: red and brown. Signed, Inscription below image area reads: initials "A.G."
 

Steve Miller Band, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.375 x 17 in.; Paper size: 22.375 x 17 in.
creator: Galdeano, Rebecca

Description/Comments

A series of yellow banners dominate the poster. Figure of a naked woman with long blond hair and wings. Oval background where she stands is blue with yellow stars. The lower banners reades "Alexander's Timeless Blooze Band, Special Guest and Baptized by Fire" in blue text. Text in black reads "Dance and Concert, Visuals by the Mirkwook, Light Co., Front and G Street." In yellow stencil reads "Hippodrome." White strip at bottom of poster lists the ticket outlets. Background of poster is red. Signed
 

José Martí (progressive proof) undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.125 x 17.375 in.; Paper size: 15.5 x 17.75 in.
creator: Gallegos, Pete

Description/Comments

An image-packed composition of bamboo branches and leaves where a central opening allows us see: the sunset in a luminescent sky, the moon, and the silhouette of a tree against a fluorescent yellow sun.
 

Ya! 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16.25 x 10.375 in.; Paper size: 17.375 x 11.5 in.; Edition Number: 23/70;
creator: Garcia, Max

Description/Comments

January, February, and March calendar. Image of two aliens kissing. Below them are a series of strung balloons that radiate out to form a circle. The inner circle is a runner in white. The background is blue which fades to hot pink and red brown. Near the bottom of the print are three circular calendars. Retrieved 8/94. Signed, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "23/70, 'Ya', ME 77."
 

The Last Papa with the Big Potatoe [sic] 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.125 x 21.75 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23.125 in.; Edition Number: 9/125, 90/125;
creator: Garcia, Max
creator: Gonzalez, Luis C.

Description/Comments

October Calendar. The background is an enlarged food coupon with superimposed images from "The Last Supper". Below image area, on a white background, it reads: "These Last Supper Food Stamps Are Brought To You / By President Ford, Earl Butz, The Department Of Agri- / culture And All The People That Are Now Out Of Jobs, c/s." On the right hand side, it reads: "Food: Anything that nour- / ishes or stimulates, what- / ever helps something to / keep active and enables / it to grow and live / Food Stamps: Something / welfare workers issue / to the Poor once a / month to nourish their misfortune and stimulate / their despair." Mark: located in the bottom left corner inside image area, in ink it reads: "RCAF". Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "9/125, The Last Papa With The Big Potatoe [sic], Max E. García + Louie The Foot 75/cs"
 

Ceylon Tea: Product of European Exploitation! 1972

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 25.5 x 18.875 in.; Paper size: 26 x 20 in.
creator: Garcia, Rupert, 1941-

Description/Comments

Silver and white image of a captain sipping a cup of tea. Background is red and yellow. Title is black. Signed, Inscripted in lower-right hand corner: "Rupert García '72"
 

David Alfaro Siquieros 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 25.375 x 19 3/18 in.; Paper size: 26 x 20 in.; Edition Number: A/P;
creator: Garcia, Rupert, 1941-

Description/Comments

October calendar. Enlarged portrait of David Alfaro Siquieros in orange and black on a blue-violet background. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "A/P, David Alfaro Siquieros, Rupert García '74"
 

D.R 2010

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.5 x 21.5 in.; Paper size: 19 x 25 in.; Edition Number: 40/50;
creator: Garcia, Rupert, 1941-

Description/Comments

This silkscreen poster is a closeup of Diego Rivera's face. Above his head is are stripes of red, blue, and orange colors. Diego Rivera is painted in tan brown, and the background of the image is dark green which is shown in the right hand corner. The lower right hand corner of the poster is signed and dated by the artist.
 

Exhibition Photographers East/West-Latinos/Chicanos, Announcement Poster for ca. 1971

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 19 x 25.125 in.; Paper size: 20 x 26.125 in.
creator: Garcia, Rupert, 1941-

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for Exhibition "Photographers East/West-Latinos/Chicanos / Aug. 20-Sept. 16, 1971 / Galeria de la Raza 425 14th St. S.F. W-Sun 1-6." On a yellow background, enlarged red and blue ollin symbol.
 

Frida Kahlo 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.125 x 16.5 in.; Paper size: 23.125 x 17.5 in.; Edition Number: 26/125, 45/125;
creator: Garcia, Rupert, 1941-

Description/Comments

September calendar. Rendering of a portrait of Frida Kahlo staring at the viewer and wearing a green shirt against a hot pink background. The days of the month for September are written down in pencil along the bottom edge of the print inside image area. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "26/125, Frida Kahlo, Septiembre, Rupert Garcia '75"
 

Homenaje a Frida Kahlo, Announcement Poster for 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.75 x 16.75 in.; Paper size: 23.125 x 17.5 in.
creator: Garcia, Rupert, 1941-

Description/Comments

Close up of Frida Kahlo's brown-skinned face with bright red lip. At bottom of image reads "Homenaje a Frida Kahlo; Homage to Frida Kahlo November 2- December 17, 1978; Galeria de la Raza/ Studio 24 2851-24th St., San Francisco Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 12-5pm (415) 826 8009." Signed, Inscription sideways on upper right-hand corner reads: "Rupert García '78"
 

José C. Orozco 1972

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.125 x 19.125 in.; Paper size: 26 x 20 in.; Edition Number: 73/112, 83/112;
creator: Garcia, Rupert, 1941-

Description/Comments

September calendar. Enlarged partial portrait of José C. Orozco in red, black and white. All copies have a hole punched in the top center outside of image area. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "73/112, José C. Orozco, Rupert García '72"
 

José G. Posada, Announcement Poster for 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 20.125 x 14.75 in.; Paper size: 21.125 x 15.875 in.
creator: Garcia, Rupert, 1941-

Description/Comments

Dark profile of José Posada. Background of poster is black. Text in white reads "Jose G. Posada Sept 15-27, 1974 Mexican Printmaker 1852-1913; Opening Sept 15 2-7pm, Galeria de la Raza, 2851 24th St, SF W-Sun 12-5; co-sponsor: el Partido de la Raza Unida." Signed.
 

Méndez, Announcement Poster for 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 14.5 x 16.5 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 22.5 in.
creator: Garcia, Rupert, 1941-

Description/Comments

Black and white wood-cut print of a man wearing a sombrero sitting at a desk writing in a journal while holding a gun with the other hand. Below picture in black text reads "Leopoldo Méndez (1902-1970) Mexican Printmaker/ Oct 20-Nov 1, 1974 Galería de la Raza 2851 24th Street, SF W-Sun 12-5; design: rupert garcia." Title is red. Signed
 

Mozambique Educational Fund Work Study Unity 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.875 x 16.75 in.; Paper size: 22.25 x 17.25 in.
creator: Garcia, Rupert, 1941-

Description/Comments

Black outlined close-up of two Black faces. Background is red with yellow in the right corner. Letters in white reads "Mozambique." In yellow reads "Educational Fund," and in orange reads "Work Study Unity." Signed twice, In left-hand corner is signature in black pen and in the lower right is a signature sideways in pencil.
 

Poetry & Music Benefit--Festival for Pancho Aguila & the Folsom Poets-Poesia Mision, Announcement Poster for 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.875 x 16.125 in.; Paper size: 22.625 x 17.625 in.
creator: Garcia, Rupert, 1941-

Description/Comments

Image of Pancho Aguila wearing a black beenie, sun glasses, and a gray jacket and white T-shirt. Title written sideways on left-hand side of poster. Also sideways reads "Sun Aug. 28, 1977 2-7pm Don.-$1.50 Refreshments & Salsa; Loc.: Mission Cultural Center 2868 Mission St SF." Near bottom of poster are the names of the poets.
 

Posters and Society, Announcement Poster for 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 20.125 x 14.875 in.; Paper size: 21.125 x 15.875 in.
creator: Garcia, Rupert, 1941-

Description/Comments

Stylized outline of the face of Puerto Rican poet and independence activist Pedro Albizu Campos. Image is superimposed on blue background. Lettering in white reads "Posters and Society November 22 to January 19, 1975, Albizu Campos (1891-1965) San Francisco Museum of Art, Reception and Poetry Reading, November 23, 1974 2-4pm." Signed, Inscription side ways on left side of poster reads: "Rupert García '74"
 

Salvador Allende Memorial Reading-Pablo Neruda, Announcement Poster for 1973

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.125 x 16.875 in.; Paper size: 24 x 18 in.
creator: Garcia, Rupert, 1941-

Description/Comments

Image is of a profile of a man superimposed by the face of another man. Faces are white on black background. Title is also white. Lower portion of poster reads "Glide Memorial Church 330 Ellis S.F. 7:30 Oct 4, 1973; 'Art Exhibit', 'Music' and 'Poets' underlined. Signed (printed)
 

(title unknown) undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.5 x 21 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23 in.
creator: García, Sal

Description/Comments

Black and white image of a dead male with the words "Mi Vida Loca" on his arm. A ghost is standing over him. A paint bottle reads: "La Muerte Paint Co." Signed, Inscription in the lower left and right corners reads: "La Brocha del Valle, Fresno Califas, copyright, Salvador Garcia, c/s"
 

March Calendar 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.5 x 16.5 in.; Paper size: 24 x 18 in.
creator: García, Sal

Description/Comments

March calendar. Text in Spanish. The dates are decorted with little drawings and highlighted days. Images of three men: they are all photos of Pancho Villa at different points of his life. Behind and below the armed Pancho Villa are: the mountains and a geographical rendition for Mexico. Retrieved 8/94. Garcia was an artist with La Brocha del Valle. Signed, Inscription in black ink within the image reads: "Salvador Garcia, 77"
 

November Calendar 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23 x 16.75 in.; Paper size: 24 x 18.25 in.
creator: García, Sal

Description/Comments

November calendar. Text in Spanish. Calendar dates have small graffitti and names within its area. Image of a silver cornstalk with a geometrical pattern behind it. Retrieved 8/94. Garcia was an artist with La Brocha del Valle. Unsigned, Inscription in ink within the image reads: "1978 and (unknown) symbol"
 

Paint Kills undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 12.5 x 17.5 in.; Paper size: 14.25 x 22.5 in.
creator: García, Sal

Description/Comments

The image is a skeleton holding a spray can of paint. The text reads: "Paint kills, Chale con paint, Don't Sniff, La Muerte Paint Co." Colors: Red, white, black, blue and silver. Signed, Inscription in the lower right hand corner reads: "Salvador Garcia, c/s, La Brocha del Valle, Fresno, Califas, Aztlán"
 

Revolution in Central America, Announcement Poster for 1980

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22 x 16.5 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.
creator: García, Sal

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Revolution In Central America. . . .Sponsored by the Nicaraguan Peoples Solidarity Committee." The image is a soldier in camouflage in the jungle holding a gun with the inscription "1980." On the back of this print there is a series of designs in yellow with white cut out circles. One of the copies of this print is a calendar and the other two are announcement posters. Signed, Inscription in ink located in the lower right corner of the image area reads: "Sun symbol, S. Garcia"
 

1st Annual Asian American Jazz Festival, Announcement Poster for ca. 1981

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 19 x 13.5 in.; Paper size: 23.125 x 17.5 in.
creator: Gee, Zand

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Kearny St. Workshop & Fort Mason Center presents / 1st Annual Asian American / Jazz Festival / September 12 - 13, 1981 IIII . . . . In cooperation with GGNRA / Funded by Zellerbach Family Fund." Outline of a saxophone whose keys have the rainbow colors. The rainbow colors also appear in stripes in the background. The lettering is purple and white.
 

Oldies But Goodies, Announcement Poster for 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 9.875 x 16.25 in.; Paper size: 13.125 x 20 in.
creator: Gee, Zand

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Oldies But Goodies / Dance / Music of the 50's and 60's / Benefit Dance for the Kearny Street Workshop. . . .Mon., Tues., and Wed./ 8 pm. 10 pm." Silver outline of a young man wearing glasses and lighting a cigarette against a background where one can partially see a violet car with the inscription: "Chevrolet." The general background is orange with little "cross" or "plus" violet patterns spread all over the print evenly. The lettering is silver colored. Mark: La Raza Silkscreen 3174 16th St., SF, CA 94110 stamped on the back. Signed, Inscription in silver ink along the right edge of the print reads: "Copyright (c) Zand Gee (?) 1979"
 

La Revolucion Mexicana - 1910 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.625 x 21.5 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23.125 in.
creator: Gonzales, Rayvan

Description/Comments

Two images of Mexican soldiers in two separate 'windows' in green, red, black and white background. Their are soldiers present, one male and one female. Both are wearing Mexican hats, belts of bullets across the chest, and swords. The woman carries a Mexican flag. Text at the lower left of the print reads, "La Revolution Mexicana-1910." A little piece of paper has been torn out of the print. [Addendum: 5 March 1996, Linda Lucero identified this print as one possibly made by Rayvan Gonzales.] Mark: located in ink inside image area, it reads: "La Revolucion Mexicana - 1910, (c) copyright 1978, La Raza Silkscreen Center, San Francisco, California."
 

Cara Nueva 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 18.25 x 12.75 in.; Paper size: 25 x 19 in.; Edition Number: 14/35;
creator: Gonzalez, Luis C.

Description/Comments

Big yellow irregular rectangular shape outlined by a black line that becomes the lettering of the title on the top part of the image. In the center of the rectangle, a face and neck are outlined and filled in by quite illegible hand-written text. These sentences are: "c/s there was a new life that dreams / and then all of a sudden then. . . ." Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "14/35, 'Cara Nueva', Louie The Foot c/s 75"
 

Guerrillero undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 10.125 x 7.75 in.; Paper size: 11.25 x 8.625 in.; Edition Number: 2/70;
creator: Gonzalez, Luis C.

Description/Comments

October, November, and December calendar. A red/pink border frames an ornate image of an Indian warrior. His colorful uniform has what seems to be ribbons or snakes that spring from his head and shoulders. Glitter decorates the background. The three months occcupy the lower portion of the print. The gold colored dates are printed upon a yellow/gold background. Retrieved 8/94. Signed, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "2/70, 'Guerrillero', Louie the Foot c/s"
 

Mardigras 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 12 x 9.875 in.; Paper size: 15 x 12 in.; Edition Number: 15/25;
creator: Gonzalez, Luis C.

Description/Comments

Green, yellow, orange, and blue image of a smiling person. Black text on the right side reads, "When [/] The Night [/] Gives Up [/] And [/] Saunters On [/] And The Stars [/] Surrender [/] And Fade Away [/] The Flowers [/] Return, [/] The Songs [/] To [/] Thank All [/] Who Kept [/] The Faith, Carnal." Below the smiling person in black text reads, "Glow [and] Glow." Retreived 8/94. Signed, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "15/25, 'Mardigras', Louie 'The Foot' c/s 75"
 

Mictlantecuhtli, Announcement Poster for 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 12 x 20 in.; Paper size: 15 x 23.25 in.
creator: Gonzalez, Luis C.

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Mictlantecuhtli." Photo-silkscreened image of Mictlantecuhtli (Aztec god of death). Type reads: "c/s, Mictlan Tecuhtli Día de los Muertos." Mark: RCAF, 77 in maroon located on the inside thigh of the image figure
 

Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla ca. 1970

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.125 x 16.125 in.; Paper size: 22.625 x 17.5 in.
creator: Gonzalez, Luis C.

Description/Comments

Portrait of Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla on a red and yellow gradated background. The image is framed by a black border. Text below the image reads, "Miguel Hidalgo Costilla."
 

Show Me a Short Cut 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 19.5 x 11.5 in.; Paper size: 25 x 19 in.
creator: Gonzalez, Luis C.

Description/Comments

In the blue/purple area in red script it reads: "I'm tired of allowing myself to follow you." In the orange/yellow area in red script it reads: "Show Me a Short Cut." Signed.
 

UFW Benefit Dance/BaileViva la Huelga, Announcement Poster for ca. 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.75 x 14.125 in.; Paper size: 25 x 17.125 in.
creator: Gonzalez, Luis C.

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "UFW Benefit Dance/Baile." A man is holding a megaphone in his right hand and the farm workers' flag with the black Aztec eagle in his left hand. On a blue-green landscape, black lettering reads: "Viva la huelga" and "Boycott Gallo c/s". Also see CEMA-GDLR Box No. 2, Record No. 124.
 

Void Con "B" 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 17.5 x 14.75 in.; Paper size: 25 x 19 in.; Edition Number: 4/35;
creator: Gonzalez, Luis C.

Description/Comments

Multi-colored abstract composition with semicircular shapes, text, and visible strokes of yellow, blue, pink, green, etc. Inside image area, black hand written lettering reads: "overloaded con ansia / [illegible] con tu corazón." Signed. Double inscription: Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/35, "Void Con 'B'", Louie The Foot, c/s 78." Inscription in ink inside image area reads: "Void con "B", Luis C. González, c/s, 75."
 

Yes on 14 ca. 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.25 x 14 in.; Paper size: 25.375 x 16.625 in.
creator: Gonzalez, Luis C.

Description/Comments

The image is of a man (José Montoya) dressed in blue who is holding a megaphone in his right hand and the farmworkers' flag in his left hand. In the lawn, there is written "Viva la huelga". Below image area, on a black box, white lettering reads: "Yes On 14 / Help the farmworkers / RCAF."
 

La Pérdida de Aztlán del Monjo 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.125 x 21.75 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23 in.; Edition Number: 25/225, 220/225;
creator: Garcia, Max
creator: Gonzalez, Luis C.

Description/Comments

March calendar. Panoramic view of the land divided by a grid of fields with the mountains in the background and a sun with the United Farm Workers Union eagle inscribed in it. Below image area it reads: "North-Americano [sic] Invasion of México." On the right hand side of the print, purple lettering reads: "1848 / Califas / was lost / to the gavas / porque oro / tenían sus venas / y vida / su cuerpo sensual / y Guadalupe / lost Hidalgo / and bears / walked onto flags / aquí / empezó al Chicano- / manifest destinyed." (Note: Ricardo Favela drawing.) Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "2/225, La Pérdida De Aztlán Del Monjo, Louie the Foot y Max E. García, c/s 76"
 

Cortés Poem 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 14.5 x 10.875 in.; Paper size: 17 x 14.125 in.; Edition Number: 14/58;
creator: Favela, Ricardo
creator: Gonzalez, Luis C.

Description/Comments

Brown lettering on a turquoise-green gradation background with a red design of the Aztec eagle. The poem reads as follows: "Cortés Nos Chingó In a Big Way The Hüey / Cortés nos chingó in a big way / españa nos chingó in spanish. . . .i'm gonna go look for ricardo / to watch me kick / clint eastwood's honky ass!" The poem is by Louie Gonzalez, and the graphics by Ricardo Favela. Mark: located in the lower right corner inside image area, a red symbol reads: "RCAF". Signed, Double inscription. Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "14/58, 'Cortes Poem', Louie The Foot, c/s 76." Inscription in ink inside image area reds: "Louie The Foot c/s."
 

Año Pensativo 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 20.75 x 16 in.; Paper size: 25 x 19 in.; Edition Number: 15/75;
creator: Gonzalez, Luis C.

Description/Comments

A sculptured poem on a multi-colored background. Thick strokes of black serve as borders for the image. Signed, Double inscription in ink and in pencil below image area reads: "15/75, 'Año Pensativo', Louie The Foot, c/s, 75"
 

Aum 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 19.25 x 11.5 in.; Paper size: 25 x 18.875 in.; Edition Number: 11/35;
creator: Gonzalez, Luis C.

Description/Comments

Abstract blue-to-purple and yellow-to-orange shapes on a white background containing oversized text that reads as follows: "I'm tired of allowing myself to follow you / Show me a short cut." Signed, Double inscription: inscription in pencil below image area reads: "11/35, 'Aum', Louie The Foot c/s 75." Inscription in ink inside image area reads: "Louie the foot, c/s, 75."
 

Raza undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15 x 21 in.; Paper size: 17.625 x 22.75 in.
creator: Garcia, Max
creator: Gonzalez, Luis C.

Description/Comments

Colors: red, green, black, yellow, gold and white. Images of Xiuhtecuhtli (god of fire) and a Zoot Suiter on a yellow background. Black text reads: "Raza Chisme Arte, P.O. Box 30138, Los Angeles, Ca 90032...(916) 446-0211, c/s." 2 1/2" border of black and green geometric design with red stars. Mark: Red RCAF letters incorporated as part of the design located at the bottom
 

Mirasol, A Special Gathering & Celebration, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 19.125 x 11.75 in.; Paper size: 19.75 x 12.25 in.
creator: Groo, Mari

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Savoy Tivoli / presents / Mirasol, A Special Gathering & / Celebration / Jazz, Fussion, Tropical Sounds / Friday June 20th 8.30 pm, Cover 3.00 / 1434 Upper Grant Avenue 362 7024". A couple dressed in red and white colors are barefeet, their eyes closed and their heads close to each other against a sunset. The background is black and the lettering is red and orange. Mark: located at the back of print, stamped in ink it reads: "La Raza Silkscreen, 3174 - 16th St., S.F., CA 94110" Signed, Inscription inside image area in the bottom right corner reads: "Mari Groo"
 

April Calendar ca. 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.5x 16.25 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.; Edition Number: 92/125;
creator: Guzman, Ruben

Description/Comments

April calendar. The image is a woman, two eggs and steaming cup of coffee. The background is yellow/ochre gradated ferns. Black text reads: "Cafe con brown sugar." Signed, Inscription in pencil located below the image area reads: "Guzmán, 92/125"
 

Teatro de la Mission: a Community Film Series, Announcement Poster for 1970s

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 35.125 x 23.125 in.; Paper size: 35.125 x 23.125 in.
creator: Guzman, Ruben

Description/Comments

Depiction of a brown circular image with black and white pictures of Che, a Mariachi, and freedom fighters. Background is yellow. Text is purple and reads "Teatro da la Mission Free Films Peliculas GratisWednesday & Thursday Nights 7:30 pm Shown At The Korean Hall Between 22d & 23 Rd Streets on Guerrero Peliculas Para Los Niños Films For Children Every Friday 10:30 Am A Community Film Series." Signed.
 

May and June Calendar ca. 1973

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.625 x 15.25 in.; Paper size: 26.125 x 20.125 in.
creator: Guzman, Ruben

Description/Comments

May and June calendar. A head of an animal that looks like a lion or a bull with two abstract orange forms coming in or out of its mouth. Two round shapes serve as frames for May and June calendars. The figure extends itself into some rounded and elongated shapes that seem to hang and freely float in the background. Three smaller abstract shapes surround the figure. The print has a hole punched in the top center. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "RG 1973."
 

(title unknown) [Vato] 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21 x 28 in.; Paper size: 22.75 x 28.5 in.
creator: Healy, Wayne Alaniz

Description/Comments

The image is a drawing of a 'Vato'. In large 7" brown/yellow/black gradated letters across the page it reads: "VATO." The background is white. Mark: stamped in the lower right hand corner it reads: "Méchicano Art Center." Signed, Inscription located 3/4 down the print reads: "copyright, Healy, 77"
 

August Calendar 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23.5 x 17.5 in.; Paper size: 24 x 18 in.
creator: Hernandez, Fernando

Description/Comments

August calendar. Text in Spanish. Within the dates of the calendar are the numbers spelled out in Spanish along with their English translations. The image is composed of a farmworker's hands holding a bowl full of ripe grapes. The background is a red field, purple mountains and bi-winged crop duster. Retrieved 8/94. El Fernando was an artist with La Brocha del Valle. Signed, Inscription in black ink within the image reads: "El Fernando c/s"
 

A Reading of Works in Progress by the Asian American Playwriting Workshop, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 18.5 x 13 in.; Paper size: 18.5 x 13 in.
creator: Hom, Nancy

Description/Comments

Image is of a black and white profile of an Asian American. Text reads "Asian American Theater Workshop Presents a Reading of Works in Progress by the Asian American Playwriting Workshop Sunday, Jan 21 and 28 3pm; Nellie Wong, Presco Tabio, Yuri Kageyama; Jan 28 Merle Woo, Nancy Hom; 4344 California St. (& 6th Ave) S.F. 752-8324." Signed
 

Carnaval!, Announcement Poster for 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24 1/3 x 16.125 in.; Paper size: 26.125 x 18 in.
creator: Hom, Nancy

Description/Comments

Image composed of a black man singing. He wears an elaborate hat of brilliant yellows and oranges. Background of image is blue with orange festival designs. Title written in linear pattern. Background of poster is white. Near bottom of poster in blue text reads "Feb 25 Parage at Precita Park 12-5pm." Rest of text is black and lists the events happening on other days. Signed (printed)
 

Isthmus Poetry Foundation Presents: Al Robles - AIDA - George Leong - Jessica Hagedorn, Announcement poster for 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 18.625 x 14.75 in.; Paper size: 22 x 17.5 in.
creator: Hom, Nancy

Description/Comments

Red, black and white (from paper) image of a person who is either crying out or singing. Below the image in black and red text reads, "Isthmus Poetry Foundation Presents: [/] Al Robles - AIDA - Avotcja - George Leong [/] Jessica Hagedorn [/] Glide Memorial 330 Ellis St. San Francisco April 7, 1978 7:30 PM 2.50 Donation." Retrieved 8/94. Signed, Inscription in pencil on the right side of the image and an inscription within the image on the lower left side reads: "Nancy Hom 1978" and "Hom"
 

Carnaval '80 Photographic Multi-Media Exhibit, Announcement Poster for 1980

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 14.75 x 10.875 in.; Paper size: 17.375 x 13 in.
creator: Hom, Nancy

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Carnaval '80 Photographic Multi-media Exhibit Opening June 15 7-10 PM June 15-July 6 Galeria de la Raza 2851 24 st". The image resembles cut out figures in rows. The first row represents drum players wearing yellow hats and red shirts with white stars. The rest of the rows have figures that look like dancers. Signed, Inscription in ink on the right hand side outside of the image area reads: "(c) N. Hom 1980"
 

Carnaval, Announcement Poster for 1981

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.125 x 17.25 in.; Paper size: 26 x 20 in.
creator: Hom, Nancy

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Carnaval / Grand Parade & Festival Sunday, April 12 / From Mission District to Civic Center Plaza 12 noon / Produced by Carnaval SF 1981, a project of Mission Neighborhood Centers, Inc. Sponsored by SF Art Commission / Costume Ball California Hall 6 pm / Sponsored by United Projects and Community Resource." Image of a smiling indigenous man who is looking up and playing what seems to be a drum. The background is turquoise with some yellow and orange serpentine party stripes on a diagonal. The lettering is orange and black. Mark: located at the bottom, below lettering area, it reads: "Somar Serigraphics". Fund: SF Art Commission, United Projects, Community Art Resource. Signed, Inscription in ink located along the right edge outside image area reads: "Copyright (c) N. Hom 1981"
 

Poetry & Music, Announcement Poster for 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 10.75 x 12.25 in.; Paper size: 13 x 14 in.
creator: Hom, Nancy

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Poetry & Music / Genny Lim, Nancy Hom, Sept. 13 /Phoenix Spring Ensemble, 8.00 / Intersection Coffee Gallery 756 Union St., $2.00 Donation." Rendering of the portraits of the two Asian-American women smiling and looking at the viewer against a brown background. Signed, Inscription in ink along the right edge of print, outside image area, it reads: "N. Hom, copyright (c) 1978"
 

Justicia Para Los Pobres / Justice For The Poor, Announcement Poster for ca. 1980

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16.25 x 21.5 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 22.5 in.
creator: La Brocha del Valle.

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Justicia para los Pobres / Justice for the Poor, Help Us To / Provide Better Legal Services / For Fresno County's / Low-Income Community. . . .Sponsored by: Fresno-Merced Counties / Legal Services, Inc. and the Fresno Client Council." The text is in Spanish also. Image of two foreshortened hands opened towards the viewer and holding a pair of scales. Colors: tan, red and white. Mark: L.B.D.V. in lower left corner. Signed, Inscription in ink below image area reads: "L.B.D.V."
 

Yuyachkani, I Am Your Thought, Announcement Poster for 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 19.625 x 14 in.; Paper size: 22 x 17 in.
creator: La Brocha del Valle.

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Grupo Cultural from Peru, 'Yuyachkani, I am your thought', Performing Dec. 15, 2:00 p.m. at Sunset Com. Center, 1345 W. Eden, Fresno, CA, donation $2.00, limited capacity!, for info: 264-3545, LBDV, 79, c." The image is a green mountain with ruins at its base. Colors: green, brown, tan, black and gray. Mark: LBDV 79' C in lower right corner within the image area.
 

Calendar for 1982, Bajito 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16.75 x 10.25 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 11.375 in.
creator: LeRoy, Luis

Description/Comments

Calendar for 1982, Bajito. Two types of printing are employed in this print. One is a type of offset printing for the calendar dates and the border that frames the print. The other one is a silkscreened car and text. The brown and yellow text reads, "Bajito [/] con/safos." The year of 1979 was taken from the inscription within the image. The calendar's chop mark indicates a copyright from 1982. Retrieved 8/94. Mark: on the left corner reads: "Salsa Graphics (c) 1982" Signed, Inscription within the image on the right bottom of the car bumper reads: "Luis LeRoy (c) 79"
 

Esos Vecinos 1985

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: No dimensions; Paper size: No dimensions
creator: Ledesma, Sylvia

Description/Comments

From "El Día de los Muertos, 1985" Exhibition and Celebration at Galería de la Raza (October 15-November 9, 1985).
 

(title unknown) 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 19 x 24 in.; Paper size: 22.5 x 28.5 in.; Edition Number: 23/82;
creator: Limon, Leo

Description/Comments

The background is blue/black gradation. The image of the bird perched on a branch is the negative white space of the paper. Mark: Méchicano Art Center. Signed, Inscription below image area reads: "4/85, Limon, 5/77"
 

(title unknown) 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 20 x 25 in.; Paper size: 22.5 x 28.5 in.; Edition Number: 23/82;
creator: Limon, Leo

Description/Comments

The background is black/blue/red gradation. A bird perched on a branch is the image made from the negative space of the white paper. Mark: stamped below image area reads: "Méchicano Art Center" Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "23/82, Limon, 5/77"
 

El Torito 1972

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.5 x 17.375 in.; Paper size: 26 x 20 in.; Edition Number: 41/137, 51/137;
creator: Loarca, Carlos

Description/Comments

November calendar. An abstract image of a human figure composed of tiles. Colors: green, orange black and yellow. Both copies have a hole punched in the top center. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "41/137, 'El Torito', Loarca 72"
 

Iqui Balam 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22 x 16.5 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.; Edition Number: 48/134;
creator: Loarca, Carlos

Description/Comments

December calendar. Two friezes depicting animal scenes with a jaguar. The days of the month are iconographically transcribed into a system of dots, lines and an oval shape. Colors: orange, yellow, black, and white. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "48/134, Iqui Balam, Carlos Loarca, 75"
 

La Danza Del Venado 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.625 x 19.25 in.; Paper size: 26 x 20 in.; Edition Number: 71/110, 74/110;
creator: Loarca, Carlos

Description/Comments

December calendar. Image of two figures fragmented in geometrical forms and blended with the background. One of them has a deer face and the other one has a sun face. Colors: yellow, red-orange, purple, and white. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "71/110, La Danza Del Venado, Loarca 74"
 

Carlos Loarca, Gustavo Rivera, Paintings, Announcement Poster for 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 18.125 x 24.125 in.; Paper size: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Loarca, Carlos
creator: Rivera, Gustavo

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for an art exhibition features black text on a multicolored background reads: "Carlos Loarca Gustavo Rivera Paintings Galeria de la Raza, Nov. 27-Dec.15 24th & Bryant." There are two versions of this print. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area on the left hand side reads: "G. Rivera"; on the right hand side, it reads:"Carlosrca 74."
 

Loarca & McNeill, Announcement Poster for ca. 1973

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 18 x 24.25 in.; Paper size: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Loarca, Carlos
creator: McNeill, Ralph

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Loarca & McNeill March 31st to April 23rd, 1973 Galeria de la Raza. . . ." There are two separate images, one under each artists' name. The abstract image by Loarca is a face made up of geometrical fragments. McNeill's image is a red silhouette of a woman on a background of green and yellow circles.
 

Canto A Centro America, Announcement Poster for 1982

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.75 x 14.375 in.; Paper size: 26 x 20.125 in.
creator: Lomero? [illegible], Mayal? [illegible]

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Roque Dalton Cultural Brigade Presents / Canto A Centro America / Mel Martin & Jazz All Stars. . . .Keystone Korner / 750 Vallejo / $3.00." The face of a man with musical notes and letters in the background. Some small images of flowers, fists and silhouettes of people carrying guns also compose with the image. Signed, Inscription in ink below the image area reads: "Mayal Lomero [illegible], 82"
 

Carnaval '83 San Francisco 1983

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 18.125 x 13 in.; Paper size: 23.125 x 17.5 in.
creator: Lopez

Description/Comments

Group of people dressed in various costumes are dancing and playing instruments. Color of image is in rainbow gradient. "Carnaval '83" is red at top of poster and "San Francisco" is blue at bottom of poster. Signed (printed)
 

Canto Grito Chicano Music Series, Announcement Poster for ca. 1970's

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22 x 16 in.; Paper size: 25 x 18.875 in.
creator: Los Tres

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Canto Grito Chicano Music Series." Image of Emiliano Zapata in brown ink on an orange background. Below the image it reads: "Chicano Cutural Center / May 18: Jesus Negrete / May 25: Enrique Ramirez y Jose / Luis Orozco / June 1: Javier Pacheco y Gloria / Holgin / June 8: Eduardo Robledo y / Rafael Manriquez." Signed, Inscription in marker below image area reads: "Los tres, CCC"
 

Lolita Lebrón 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.5 x 17.5 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.
creator: Lucero, Linda

Description/Comments

Silkscreen poster for "Lolita Lebrón, ¡Que Viva Puerto Rico Libre!" Rendering of a portrait of Lolita Lebrón on a blue background. She has abundant red hair. In addition, she is wearing earrings and is looking away from the viewer. Mark: located in ink in the bottom right corner, it reads: "Copyright (c) [illegible] 1978 La Raza Silkscreen Center, 3174 - 16th St., (415) 863 5364"
 

Lolita Lebrón: ¡Viva Puerto Rico Libre! undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 18.75 x 26.25 in.; Paper size: 22.5 x 28.5 in.
creator: Lucero, Linda

Description/Comments

The upper image is a rendering of the portrait of "Lolita Lebrón" underneath it reads: "Lolita Lebrón / 'Todos somos pequeños, solo la patria / es grande y esta encarcelada.'" The bottom image is a flag design blue, red and white colors as the background, and the sentence "¡Viva Puerto Rico Libre!" repeated a number of times filling the composition space. The upper left corner of the paper is missing and torn (size of missing piece is 1 1/4" x 2"); water marks and yellow ink on top left corner. See: Ref. "A Public Voice, Fifteen Years of Chicano Posters", Goldman, Shifra, Art Journal, v. 44, No. 1, 1984, p.50-57. Mark: located on the bottom right hand side, below the image area, it reads: "copyright, La Raza Silk Screen Center, 3174, 16th Street, S.F. 94110."
 

April Calendar 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23.25 x 16.875 in.; Paper size: 24.125 x 18 in.
creator: Lujan, Gilbert, 1940-2011

Description/Comments

April calendar. Two men are facing one another. One man is stabbng the other and draws first blood. Text within the image reads: "Hermanos Stop Gang War." The background is blue. Retrieved 8/94. Signed, Inscription in ink within the image reads: "Magu, 77, Siempre"
 

Corazón #1 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.25 x 18.75 in.; Paper size: 25.125 x 19.125 in.
creator: Lujan, Gilbert, 1940-2011

Description/Comments

An enlarged image of a see-through heart in fire with several layers of smaller hearts decorated with cacti and what seems to be feathers. In the smallest yellow and central heart there is a blue nopal. The image is a combination of ink maker and silk screen ink. Text within the image reads, "Corazon #1." The print is torn in the left bottom corner. Signed, Inscription in ink and markers below image area reads: "Copyright (c) Magú Siempre 77"
 

Aztlan Rifa 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 14 x 19.375 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 22.5 in.; Edition Number: 56/80;
creator: Los Four
creator: Lujan, Gilbert, 1940-2011

Description/Comments

An indigenous person is driving a multicolored and image-packed yellow "Chevy". A passenger with blue hair and a hat is in the back seat. The car presents indigenous iconography and accesories and is situated on the top of a thick black block where white lettering reads: "Aztlan". Signed, Double inscription. Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "56/80, Aztlan Rifa, Copyright (c) Magu Los' Four = RCAF =" Inscription in ink reads: "= magu =, Copyright (c) los Four 77"
 

Concilio De Arte Popular, Announcement Poster for 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 14 x 19.25 in.; Paper size: 15.875 x 19.875 in.
creator: Los Four
creator: Lujan, Gilbert, 1940-2011

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Concilio De Arte Popular CAC=Julitas=CAP Feb 11 Casa de la Raza Santa Barbara Feb 12 Con Safos Rifa RCAF." An indigenous person is driving a multicolored and image-packed yellow "Chevy". A passenger with blue hair and a hat is in the back seat. The car is decorated with indigenous iconography and accesories. The lettering is a combination of black silkscreen with blue, pink and orange marker ink. Signed, Inscription in ink between image area and lettering reads: "= magu =, Copyright (c) Los Four 77"
 

Celebremos la Victoria de Nicaragua, Announcement Poster for 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.75 x 19.187 in.; Paper size: 26.125 x 20 in.
creator: Maciel, Alfonso

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Celebremos la Victoria de Nicaragua." Red and black image of A.C. Sandino. Above him in black ink reads, "FSLN." Red text below Sandino reads, "Celebremos la Victoria de Nicaragua El Viernes 20 de Julio de 1979 a las 7:00 P.M. en el Centro Cultural de la Missión 2868 Mission St. San Francisco Ca. Escuche las ultimas noticias-Oradores-GRUPO UNIDAD folclor protesta-Refrescos, Etc. COMBO MESTIZO y ORQUESTA RENE DEL MAR Donacion $3 Committee of Solidarity/Non-Intervention in Nicaragua Hands off Nicaragua Colation MCC." Retrieved 8/94. Signed, Inscription in red (from paper) on the lower right side reads: "Alfonso Maciel/79"
 

El Ministerio de Cultura de Nicaragua, Announcement Poster for 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.5 x 13.25 in.; Paper size: 22.25 x 14 in.
creator: Maciel, Alfonso

Description/Comments

Image of repeating patterns consisting of a man wearing a sombrero, vertical guitars, palm trees, and horizontal guitars. Poster is green with orange paint. Text at bottom reads "El Ministerio de Cultura de Nicaragua presenta: Grupo Pancasan Tipica Cienfuegos, Fri. Vier. Nov. 16, 1979--7:30pm, Admision $3.50, Mission Cultural Center, 2868 Mission St S.F. Oradores, Comida, Refrescos; Patrocinado por Casa Nicaragua y M.C.C."
 

Grupo Moncada, Announcement Poster for 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.125 x 10.375 in.; Paper size: 22.125 x 10.375 in.
creator: Maciel, Alfonso

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "El Centro Cultural de La Misión 2868 Mission St. San Francisco, California Ofrecerá Una Recepción Al Grupo Moncada Interpretes de La Nueva Musica de Cuba El 15 de Abril, 1978 A las 6:00 P.M." Image of the Cuban flag folded as an acorrdion from the upper left corner to the bottom right corner. Colors: red, blue, white. Signed, Inscription in ink inside image area reads: "Alfonso Maciel/78"
 

24th St. Cultural Festival, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.75 x 17 in.; Paper size: 23.25 x 17.5 in.
creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "24th St. Cultural Festival". Image of a four armed figure holding a banner. There is a small figure within the torso of the four armed figure. Retrieved 8/94. [Addendum: 5 March 1996, Linda Lucero identified this print as one produced at La Raza Graphics.]
 

Aztec War Shield ca. 1973

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24 x 19.125 in.; Paper size: 26.125 x 20 in.
creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

October calendar. Image of a round abstract shape that looks like a shield. Colors: gold, blue, yellow, black. Signed prints can be found in the Maradiaga Collection of Silkscreen prints, record no. 33.
 

Black Writers Workshop, Announcement Poster for 1970

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 25.375 x 19 in.; Paper size: 26 x 19.875 in.
creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

Portraits of the heads of four black men in brown, green and purple on an orange background. Clockwise from the upper left, they are identified as Eldridge Cleaver, Amiri Baraka, Malcolm X, and Bobby Seale. On the back of the print, in pencil it reads: "Joaquin Gallardo." This is the same image as the Announcement poster for Blackwriters Workshop, Maradiaga Collection, Record No. 7. Signed, Inscription in pencil inside image area reads: "Ralph Maradiaga 70'"
 

Blacks in the Westward Movement, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 25.75 x 17.875 in.; Paper size: 26 x 18.125 in.
creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Blacks In The Westward Movement, The Oakland Museum, Oct 18 - Nov 9." Image of a Black cowboy facing the viewer in a black background. The lettering, in the upper left corner, is dark gray. The print has several creases, very visible from the back.
 

Calacas Huesudas El Día de los Muertos Exhibition 1980, Announcement Poster for 1980

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.75 x 20 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23 in.
creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Calacas Huesudas El Día de los Muertos Exhibition 1980." Image of a skull and two calaveras on a lattice background in the style of papel picado. There are two different colors of paper for this image: blue with black text and image, and marigold with black text and image. Mark: in ink located on the left corner below paper cut image it reads: "(c) copyright Galeria/Studio 24, 1980" Signed, Inscription in ink in the right corner below the paper cut image reads: "Poster Design: Ralph Maradiaga"
 

El Año de los Deiz [sic] Millones, Announcement Poster for 1970

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 19 x 25.5 in.; Paper size: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "El Año de los Deiz [sic] Millones, Osuna Diaz, Jay Ojeda, fotografias de Cuba, en la Galeria de la Raza, opening, 8 p.m., Julio 26, 425--14th St., S.F., Hours 12-6, Closed Monday." A cropped image of Che Cuevera. His eyes are duplicate portraits of the main image. Colors: black, yellow and orange. Signed, Inscription in pencil in the lower left hand corner reads: "Maradiaga 70"
 

February Calendar ca. 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.5 x 21.75 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23.125 in.; Edition Number: 79/200, 185/200;
creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

February calendar. Image of a Spanish or Mexican vaquero in profile wearing a hat, a lasso, and other typical attributes of cowboys. The drawing imitates the engraving style of the begining of the 20th century and is brown on yellow background. The vaquero image is framed twice by a decorative line with adornments in every corner. On the right hand side of the print there is a story titled "The Cowboy's Elegant Spanish Ancestry." [The extra prints are in GDLR Suppl.1 Box No. 2, retrieved 8/94.] Signed, Inscription in pencil below the image reads: "79/200, Ralph Maradiaga, 77"
 

Graficos de Rupert Garcia y Ralph Maradiaga, Announcement Poster for 1972

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.125 x 11.25; Paper size: 23.875 x 13.25 in.
creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

Black and white etching of a José Guadalupe Posada sitting on a chair with a calavera Mexican revolutionary standing beside him with his hand on Posada's shoulder. Writing reads "Graficos de Rupert Garcia y Ralph Maradiaga/ Opens July 9-23 rece[ption] Sun July 9, 2-5 pm/ Galeria de la Raza 2854 24th at Bryant/ Wed-Sun 12-5pm close Mon-tu." The right part of the print has been cropped.
 

La Raza Photography, Announcement Poster for 1972

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24 x 13.25 in.; Paper size: 14 x 13.25 in.
creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

Image of a stenciled outline of an indigenous person whose body is arranged in a circle. Title is circumscribed around him. Identical image is below but smaller with reversed colors and "el ojo del indio" written above. Text near bottom of poster reads "galeria de la raza 2851--24th St. SF, April 13 to 30 reception April 14 7pm to 9pm open wed thru sun 12 noon to 5pm." Signed.
 

Los Semabradores, Announcement Poster for 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.5 x 16.5 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.
creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

Image is of five campesinos horseback riding into the distance past a row of cannabis plants. Four are brown silhouettes and the closest one wears a green jacket and black pants. At bottom of poster reads "A photo documentary by Angel Del Valle, Galeria de la Raza 24th/Bryant S.F. May 9-June 11, 1976 Wed--Sun, 12--5, 826-8009." The silkcreen was based on a photograph by Angel Del Valle.
 

Mascaras, Announcement Poster for 1983

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 20.625 x 14.875 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.; Edition Number: 7/35;
creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Mascaras, A Visual Image, Sept.10-Oct.8, 1983, Galeria De La Raza, 2851-24th St., S.F." Big red lettering reading "Mascaras" lays on the top edge of the print. Image of a mask with several patterns in red, yellow and gold and beaded strings on each side. It is unclear if there is a person behind it or not, but the mouth is rendered in an angry expression. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "7/35, Ralph Maradiaga 83"
 

Olmec Head From La Venta 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.75 x 19.25 in.; Paper size: 26 x 20 in.; Edition Number: 56/110, 104/110, 16/110, 14/110, 86/110;
creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

July calendar. Enlarged photo-image of an Olmec Head in ochre tones on a deep red background. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "56/110, Olmec Head From La Venta, Rafael Maradiaga 74"
 

Posters From The Golden Age Of Mexican Cinema Exhibition, Announcement Poster for 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.25 x 16.625 in.; Paper size: 23.125 x 17.25 in.
creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Posters From The Golden Age Of Mexican Cinema" exhibition. A square composition is divided by two diagonals and presents four scenes from movies. On the bottom it reads: "Galeria de la Raza / Feb. 10-Mar. 31, 1979 / 2851-24th. St.-S.F. / Open Thurs.-Sun.1-6 p.m." Colors: yellow-magenta gradation and silver ink as an ornamental frame for the image. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Ralph Maradiaga 79"
 

Roseland, Film poster for 1971

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23 x 20 in.; Paper size: 23 x 20 in.
creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

Black silhouettes of a crowd hover around a performer with his hands up in the air. Below reads "Presidio Theater S.F. Jan 1971; a fif productions presents a film by Fredric Hobbs; Starring Christopher Brooks, Kerrigan Prescott, Karen Ingenthron; with 'magic' theater and music by the Loading Zone a Box Office international release." Background is pink. Signed.
 

Salsa Cruda 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16 x 22 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23 in.; Edition Number: 102/125;
creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

Image of a knife, a tomato, an onion, and a green pepper on an orange background. On the right hand side of the paper, is a recipe for "Salsa Cruda", which reads: "4 tomatoes / 1/3 chopped onions / 1 tablespoon chopped / cilantro / 1 teaspoon finely chopped / canned serrano chile / 1/2 teaspoon salt / 1/8 teaspoon freshly / ground pepper / Boil tomatoes 15 min.-peel-squeeze / chop fine. Mix tomatoes, onions, / cilantro, salt, pepper, chile, sugar / Taste for seasoning." Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "102/125, Salsa Cruda, Ralph Maradiaga."
 

San Francisco Crafts & Folk Art Museum, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.75 x 19.25 in.; Paper size: 26 x 20 in.
creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "San Francisco / Crafts & Folk Art Museum / 626 Balboa (415) 668-0406 / Open Wed.-Fri. 12-5, Sat.-Sun. 1-5." A collage of images from many different cultural iconographic sources. Signed, Inscription in ink on the lower right corner reads: "Design: Ralph Maradiaga"
 

Soñar Despierto Serigraficas Y Mural Exhibit By Graciela Carrillo, Announcement Poster for ca. 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.625 x 18.5 in.; Paper size: 26 x 20 in.
creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Soñar Despierto. Serigraficas Y Mural Exhibit By Graciela Carrillo." Image of an indigenous woman walking through a desert landscape with several cacti; the background has a big sun and mountains. On the back of this print there is a silkscreen image of a skeleton with a butterfly on his face, colored in a purple-magenta gradation on a light brown background.
 

Tezcatlipoca 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24 x 18 in.; Paper size: 26.125 x 20 in.; Edition Number: 37/110;
creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

Brown and yellow abstract image of a snake on a red background. Text in black at bottom of poster reads "Calendario 1974 © Galeria de la Raza." Signed.
 

The 24th Street Merchants Association, 7th Annual Cultural Festival, Announcement Poster for ca. 1985

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.125 x 16.625 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.375 in.
creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "The 24th Street Merchants Association, 7th Annual Cultural Festival." Central red and yellow design composed of a connected series of the unit "24th" in a blue background. In the lower part, there are three lists of different events in red lettering.
 

The 24th Street Merchants Association, 4th Annual Cultural Festival, Announcement Poster for ca. 1982

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.375 x 20.5 in.; Paper size: 22.625 X 21 in.
creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Description/Comments

Image in center consists of "24th Street" in blue text arranged in a circle with yellow outline. Background is red. Yellow lettering reads "The 24th Street Merchants Assn. Presents The 24th Annual Cultural Festival Sunday, September 19, 1982 11 a.m.-6p.m." Also included is location and telephone number.
 

Confederation De Low-Rider, Announcement Poster for ca. 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 20.5 x 15 in.; Paper size: 25 x 18 in.
creator: Martinez, Dennis

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Confederation de Low-Rider, Signing of the Charter, Pot Luck Picnic, July 15th, Lost Lake, Fresnal, Aztlan,...quntolbdy [sic]." The image is a 'Chevy'. Colors: white, yellow, green and red. Signed, Inscription located in each corner reads: "Al Sal un camarada bien amigo, Dennis Martinez, Dennis M, 'Magu', R"
 

El Pan Nuestro de Cada Dia 2001

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 12 x 18.5 in.; Paper size: 12 x 18.5 in.; Edition Number: 8/40;
creator: Martinez, Monica

Description/Comments

This poster has an image of two hands holding potatoes in a black and white greyscale. The image background fades from different shades of brown. Above the hands is an abstract image of a large swirled image which might symbolize the sun.
 

La Noche, el Dia 2001

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 12 x 18.5 in.; Paper size: 12 x 18.5 in.; Edition Number: 8/40;
creator: Martinez, Monica

Description/Comments

This colorful poster has an abstract image of a large swirled symbol in the center. The background of the central image is a colorful collage changing from light to dark shades. The bottom right hand corner of the poster uses dark shades of blue and yellow, while other parts of the poster use lighter shades of white, blue, and yellow.
 

January Calendar ca. 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.25 x 19.25 in.; Paper size: 26 x 20 in.; Edition Number: 78/110, A/P;
creator: McNeill, Ralph

Description/Comments

January calendar. On the right hand side, there is a soldier with mustache, a sombrero, and a bandolier across his chest. By his side there is another man whose face is in complete darkness and who is holding a flag with a skull in it. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "78/110, R. McNeill"
 

Posada 1972

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.75 x 19.125 in.; Paper size: 26.125 x 20.125 in.; Edition Number: 34/122, 72/122;
creator: McNeill, Ralph

Description/Comments

February calendar 1973. Image of a José Guadalupe Posada sitting on a chair and a skeleton standing by his side as if they were posing for a photograph. Both are wearing a very similar suit and hat. The composition is circular and is framed by designs that remind one of an old picture frame. Inside the image area, there is gray lettering that reads: "Posada." Colors: brown and gray. There are two versions of this print: one has a grey background, while the other has a plain white background. The single plain white version is an artist's proof and is signed. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "34/122, Posada, R. McNeill 72"
 

Reality ca. 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22 x 16.5 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.; Edition Number: 68/125;
creator: McNeill, Ralph

Description/Comments

August calendar. On a table there is a TV set with the image of a man carrying the U.F.W. flag. Next to the TV there is a Mickey Mouse toy. Colors: black, orange and lavender. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "68/125, Reality, Ralph & McNeill."
 

(title unknown) 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 19.125 x 17.5 in.; Paper size: 20.875 x 17.5 in.
creator: Melara, Oscar

Description/Comments

Rendering of a portrait of José Martí in the old-fashioned cross hatching style. The image is framed by an oval shape surrounded by laurels on each side. Green lettering reads: "Jose Marti." Mark: located in ink in the bottom right corner it reads: "Copyright (c) 1976 La Raza Silkscreen Center, Inc., 3174 - 16th st., S.F., CA."
 

Free Youth Coalition Rally, Announcement Poster for 1974 (as indicated on poster)

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 27.625 x 21.125 in.; Paper size: 28.25 x 22 in.
creator: Melara, Oscar

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for a rally depicts a man dressed in a black suit with his arm around a young woman's neck and shoulders. The woman is looking down and her hands have manacles. An enlarged image of her tied hands stands by the side of the figures and is framed by a circular shape. Underneath it, black lettering reads: "Combat The Promises Of Juvenile Prison Free youth coalition. . . .826 6474." The print is bruised in several parts along the edges. A piece of non acid-free tape has been adhered at the front with information about a new location for the event.
 

Levantese Tecato Loco ca. 1971

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 20 x 13 in.; Paper size: 20 x 13 in.
creator: Melara, Oscar

Description/Comments

Full-bleed image of a strong man on an muscle t-shirt who is looking at the viewer from above. Colors: black and red blending with the image in the head and chest of the figure. Black and red lettering reads: "Levantese Tecato Loco."
 

Mayal? [illegible] undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 17.625 x 22.125 in.; Paper size: 18.25 x 22.75 in.
creator: Melara, Oscar

Description/Comments

Landscape of Yosemite Valley's Half Dome in orange and green. Signed, inscription in lower right hand corner reads "© La Raza Silkscreen Center, Linda."
 

Raza Law Students Association, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23 x 17.25 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.25 in.
creator: Melara, Oscar

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Raza Law Students Association The sleeping myth is over: ¡Educate Raza!. . . .U.C. Hastings College of the Law, San Francisco, Califas 94102." A pair of scales decorated with indigenous designs and a fire flame on the top. The support of the scales is constructed of three female faces oriented frontally and in profile, and other indigenous symbols. At the base of the scales, a Mexican man is sitting on the floor and reading a book. [Addendum: Linda Lucero identified this print as one possibly made by Oscar Melara at La Raza Graphics.]
 

Madre... 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23.75 x 13.875 in.; Paper size: 26 x 20 in.
creator: Méndez Castillo, Consuelo

Description/Comments

Portrait of a woman wearing a red shirt and scarf on a blue-grey background. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Madre..., serigrafia, Consuelo Méndez Castillo 75"
 

Indio de Gautemala Flautista 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.125 x 19.125 in.; Paper size: 26 x 20 in.
creator: Méndez Castillo, Consuelo

Description/Comments

A man wearing a blue scarf on his head is playing the flute on a green and red background.
 

(title unknown) undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 11 x 18.5 in.; Paper size: 13.125 x 20 in.
creator: Méndez Castillo, Consuelo

Description/Comments

Two separate images. On the left hand side there is a double portrait of Che Guevara in olive green on a dotted gradation of orange as background. On the top part of this image there is a sequence of small images of airplanes. The image on the right hand side of the print is an abstracted image in orange where small olive green text reads: "Por pedazos, entre huesos, entre aire, un laberinto magico diluye la distancia y nos une. . . . "
 

Paisaje Cubano 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.5 x 22.5 in.; Paper size: 28.125 x 23 in.
creator: Méndez Castillo, Consuelo

Description/Comments

Circular image of a landscape with mountains, an old house and two palm trees. The sky is very dark. The print used to have a mat board, whose edges are visible. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "paisaje cubano, serigrafia, consuelo mendez 1976"
 

The New School La Nueva Escuela, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.375 x 15.625 in.; Paper size: 22.25 x 16.5 in.
creator: Méndez Castillo, Consuelo

Description/Comments

Top portion of poster is a picture of two boys overlayed with a sun set and its rays. Bottom of poster is text in both English and Spanish. Text in English reads "The New School; A documentary on the new education in Cuba today; Benefit Venceremos Brigade; Friday 28 February 7pm Glide Church S.F. $2.00 donation."
 

Untitled undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 26 x 26 in.; Paper size: 26 x 26 in.; Edition Number: 52/200;
creator: Merino, A.

Description/Comments

This black and white silkscreen is an elaborately designed ouroboros. The snake's tail is divided into six loops and and it ends with the tip of the tail inside the snake's mouth. There are geometric patterns in black and white ranging all around the shape of the snake. The snake is inside a circle ranging from different shades of gray eventually turning into black.
 

26 Aniversario del Asulto Al Cuartel Moncada, Announcement Poster for 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 27.75 x 18 in.; Paper size: 30 x 20 in.
creator: Mesa, Julio Eloy

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "26 Aniversario del Asulto Al Cuartel Moncada." Image of a gun barrel/key that is smoking. At the top of the print is a key hole. In it is the number "26" and the rising sun/setting sun. The background is both light blue and dark blue. White text reads: "26 Aniversario del Asalto Al Cuartel Moncada." This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. [This print has been placed in the "conservation problems" box. This print is stuck to Record No. 30.] Signed, Inscription in blue ink within the image on the lower left and an inscription in blue ball point ink reads: "Julioeloy/79" and "Julio Eloy /79"
 

Berlin '73, Announcement Poster for 1973

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 29.125 x 17.875 in.; Paper size: 30 x 20 in.
creator: Mesa, Julio Eloy

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Berlin '73." Image of a large sphere composed of multi-colored "X's". The background is black. The multi-colored text below the image reads, "Berlin '73 X Festival Mundial de la Juventud Y los Estudiantes Por la Solidaridad Antimperialista, la Paz Y la Amistad Instituto Cubano de Arte E Industria Cinematograficos." This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in ink within the print on the lower right reads: "Julioeloy 73"; and in blue ink on the lower left reads: "Julio Eloy /79"
 

Cuban Film Week Jamaica 1979, Announcement Poster for 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28 x 18.063 in.; Paper size: 29.875 x 19.875 in.
creator: Mesa, Julio Eloy

Description/Comments

Announcment poster for "Cuban Film Week Jamaica 1979." Three lower case "j" in red, white, and blue. The red "j" has film sprocket holes at its top and partially reveals a white star. The background is flat black. White text on the bottom reads, "Cuban Film Week Jamaica 1979." This poster is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in blue ink on the lower left reads: "Julio Eloy/79"
 

El Metro, Announcement Poster for 1970

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 27.5 x 17.187 in.; Paper size: 30 1/32 x 20 in.
creator: Mesa, Julio Eloy

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "El Metro." Image in black, red and white (from paper). There is a small cubical opening in the middle with what seems to be abstract fruit, split, with blood flowing out of the one on the right. There is a black background. At the top of the print in black ink reads, "El Metro (framed in a black rectangle) Film Inglés Direccion: (apple icon) Anthony Harvey (apple icon) Shirley Knight (three apple icons) Al Freeman Jr." There are chips of paper missing from three corners, top right, top left and bottom left (each piece is approximatey 1/2" x 1/2"); there were also small tears at the bottom of the print. There is also a push pin hole on the bottom right. This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription within the print in white at the lower left side and an inscription in black ball point pen at the bottom of the print reads: "Julioeloy/70" and "Julio Eloy /79"
 

El Octubre de Todos, Announcement Poster for 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 27.25 x 17.375 in.; Paper size: 29.875 x 20.875 in.
creator: Mesa, Julio Eloy

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "El Octubre de Todos." Image of an African/Cuban male supporting the rainbow above his head with his hands. Text above the image reads, "El Octubre de Todos Documental Cubano En Colores Direccion: Santiago Alvarez." There are small brown spots at the top left corner. This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in black ink within the image on the right corner and an inscription in blue ball point ink below the image on the lower left reads: "Julioeloy/77"
 

Lo Cierto Y lo Falso, Announcement Poster for 1973

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28.125 x 18.167 in.; Paper size: 31.125 x 20.125 in.
creator: Mesa, Julio Eloy

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Lo Cierto Y lo Falso." Image of a heart with a black question mark that raps around the heart's right side. The background is aqua blue. The text at the top of the print reads, "Lo Cierto Y lo Falso Dirección: Eriprando Visconti Con: Paola Pitagora Martin Balsam Terence Hill Film Italiano En Colores y Cinemascope." This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription within the print in black ink and on the lower left margin in blue ink reads: "Julioeloy 73"; and "Julio Eloy/79"
 

Primer Festival Internacional del Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano, Announcement Posters for 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28 x 18 in.; Paper size: 30 x 20 in.
creator: Mesa, Julio Eloy

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Primer Fesival Internacional del Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano." Image of a red design which seems to be a stylized path of movie film on a projector. White text below the image reads, "Primer Fesival Internacional del Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano." This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in white on the left side and an inscription in black ink on the bottom of print reads: "Julioeloy/79" and "Para ...[illegible] Julio Eloy"
 

Primero de Mayo, Announcement Poster for 1973

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 27.875 x 18.056 in.; Paper size: 30.125 x 20 in.
creator: Mesa, Julio Eloy

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Primero de Mayo." Image of two gears in black and white (from paper). Text in red, yellow, and white. Yellow and red text above the image reads, "Congreso Obrero de la CTC! ¡Viva El XIII Congreso Obrero de la CTC! ¡Viva El XII Primero de Mayo." This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in black in within the image on the lower right and an inscription in blue pen ink on the lower left reads: "Julioeloy 73" and "Julio Eloy/79"
 

Que Bueno Canta Usted, Announcement Poster for 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28 x 18.063 in.; Paper size: 30 1/32 x 20.063 in.
creator: Mesa, Julio Eloy

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Que Bueno Canta Usted." Three identical images of an African/Cuban man within musical notes. The background is black. Yellow and red text (repeated six times) reads, "Que Bueno Canta Usted." Text below the image in yellow reads, "Documental Cubano Direccion: Sergio Giral." There are several brown spots on the top left corner. This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription within the image in yellow ink on the lower right side and an inscription in blue ball point ink on the lower left hand corner reads: "Julioeloy /75" and "Julio Eloy /79"
 

Quien Le Teme A Virginia Woolf, Announcement Poster for 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28 x 18.063 in.; Paper size: 30 x 20.063 in.
creator: Mesa, Julio Eloy

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Quien Le Teme A Virginia Woolf." Image of a woman's head in white with yellow eyes and black hair. Above her head is a yellow moon. Black and white text converges with the moon; it reads: " Quien Le Teme A Virgina Woolf Film Norteamericano Direccion: Mike Nichols Con: Elizabeth Taylor Richard Burton Sandy Dennis." There are some missing pieces of paper torn away at the top of the print (approximately 1/2" x 7") and small rips on the margins. This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in black ball point ink below the print on the left side reads: "Julio Eloy /79"
 

Semana de Cine Mexicano, Announcement Poster for 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 27.875 x 17.875 in.; Paper size: 29.875 x 19.875 in.
creator: Mesa, Julio Eloy

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Semana de Cine Mexicano." Image of a Mexican revolutionary supporting the barrel of his rifle on his right hip. He rests himself by placing his left foot on top of a stack of film canisters. The background is green. A red border frames the image, and a black border surrounds the perimeter. White text at the top of print reads, "Semana de Cine Mexicano Cinemateca de Cuba Noviembre 1979." This is a print from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription within the print in black ink on the left side and below the image in black ball point ink on the bottom left reads: "Julioeloy/79" and "J Eloy"
 

Tengo Fe En Tí, Announcement Poster for 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28 x 18.063 in.; Paper size: 30 x 20 in.
creator: Mesa, Julio Eloy

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Tengo Fe En Tí." Image of José Martí. A large heart is printed on his chest and within the heart is an image of two children. The background is black. White text on the upper portion of the print reads, "Tengo Fe En Tí Documental Cubano En Colores Dirección: Santiago Alvarez." Within the print are large light brown patches." This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription within the image in black ink on the lower left and an inscription in black below the image reads: "Julioeloy/79" and "Para mi amigos de la Galería La Raza" con [illegible]... Julio Eloy"
 

Un Solitario Corazón, Announcement Poster for 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28 x 18.125 in.; Paper size: 30.125 x 20.25 in.
creator: Mesa, Julio Eloy

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Un Solitario Corazón." Image in black, red, pink, and orange. In the center is a heart rendered with red dashed lines. White lines radiate away from the center and end to form a rectangle. A bird on the upper right corner seems to be flying towards the heart. The background is black. White text at the top of the print reads, "Film Norteamericano Un Solitario Corazón Direccion: Mel Stuart Con Trish Van Devere Monte Markham Janet Leigh." This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription within the print on the lower right and below the print on the lower right side in black ink reads: "Julioeloy 74" and "J Eloy
 

Isolate 1985

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16.75 x 17 in.; Paper size: 26.125 x 21 in.
creator: Minkler, Doug

Description/Comments

Silkscreen poster depicts an the abstracted face of an African male. Text in black ink reads, "Isolate Apartheid Regime Profiteers Foreign investments support the present economic system of injustice. We blacks arre perfectly wiling to suffer the consequences of corporate withdrawal. We are quite accustomed to suffering. Steve Biko - Born December 1946 Murdered by South Africa police September 1977. For More Info Call Africa Resource Center (415) 763-8011". Signed (printed)
 

Stop U.S. Aid to Israel 1988

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 20 x 12.875 in.; Paper size: 20 x 12.875 in.
creator: Minkler, Doug

Description/Comments

Abstract caricature image of a soldier in the foreground and another soldier in the background who just shot someone. Colors of image are green, gray, orange, yellow, and red. Border is black. Title is red. Black lettering reads "In 1988, U.S. aid to Israel is $3.8 billion dollars, almost $11 million dollars a day." Smaller text reads "sponsors voter initiative, teach-ins, speakers, and material aid campaigns in support Palestinian rights." Fund: The Emergency Coalition for Palestinian Rights. Signed (printed)
 

El Mito Y los Matones ca. 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.5 x 21.75 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23 in.; Edition Number: 7/225, 204/225;
creator: Montoya, José, 1932-

Description/Comments

September calendar. The image is of a male Zoot-suiter, as well as a man and a woman wearing Zoot-Suits in the background. Colors: superimposition of blue, green, magenta and yellow. On the right hand side of the print there is a reproduction of the newspaper's news which reads: "Zoot-Suiter Hordes Invade Los Angeles U.S. Navy And Marines Called In." [The extra print is in GDLR Suppl.1 Box No. 2, retrieved 8/94.] Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "7/225, El Mito Y los Matones, José Montoya."
 

Hijos de la Gran Tortilla 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.75 x 15.5 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.; Edition Number: 61/125, 62/125;
creator: Montoya, José, 1932-

Description/Comments

July calendar. The central image is a big round ochre and brown tortilla floating against a blue background. On the right hand side of the paper, black text reads: "En Una Tortilla Vide / --El Universo, / Sacred Creation / de mi Raza-- / 'Tas tu / y / 'Toy yo / -And all of ours / Por Vida / And some / Mantequilla / con / Safos." Mark: located on the bottom right of the image, the "RCAF" symbol is stamped in black. Signed, Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "61/125, 'Hijos de la gran tortilla', José Montoya."
 

Just Us, Announcement Poster for ca. 1983

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16.875 x 21.875 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 22.5 in.; Edition Number: A/P;
creator: Montoya, José, 1932-

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Just Us." Colors: red, blue, white, yellow, orange gradation with blue type reads: "Help Aim Leader, Dennis Banks. South Dakota, Just-us, Stop His Extradition."
 

5 de Mayo Reflexiones Sobre Nuestra Lucha, Announcement Poster for 1973 or 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 13.375 x 21.75 in.; Paper size: 14.25 x 22.625 in.
creator: Montoya, Malaquías, 1938-

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "5 de Mayo Reflexíones Sobre Nuestra Lucha." At the top of the print, a black border frames the composition; it includes (from left to right) an image of Benito Juarez, UFW eagle, and a woman wearing a cloak. The background is red. Gold text on a blue-grey background above the images reads, "5 de Mayo Reflexiones Sobre Nuestra Lucha." White text below the images reads, "April 26 - May 5 [/] ... (times and dates of slide shows, discussions, workshops, athletic events, ballet folklorico, etc.) Sponsored By: Chicano Community ...."
 

Anniversary of the Attica Rebellion, Announcement Poster for ca. 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.25 x 16.5 in.; Paper size: 23.125 x 17.5 in.
creator: Montoya, Malaquías, 1938-

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Anniversary Of The Attica Rebellion (September 9-13, 1971) / Support / prisoners demands at Folsom / Benefit For: / Folsom Legal Defense / September 13, 1978 / 7:30 PM - 1:00 AM $3.00 / People's Cultural Center 721 Valencia St. San Francisco / Food - Drinks - Childcare - Poets: Max Schwartz, Quentin R. Hand, Ahimsa Sumchai, / Musaba - formerly of Last Poets - Speaker: Angela Davis - Music & Theater: Family / Nitoto - African Theater Drummers, Gwen Avery / also poet Luz Guerra & Spkr. James Smith." Two hands holding up to imaginary jail bars. In between them, the word "Attica" is spelled. White lettering in the bottom right corner announces dates and times of the events.
 

Argentina. . .One Year Of Military Dictatorship, Announcement Poster for ca. 1976-77

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.25 x 15.875 in.; Paper size: 26 x 17 in.
creator: Montoya, Malaquías, 1938-

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Argentina / March 24, 1976 - March 24, 1977. One Year Of Military Dictatorship." Image of a black forearm and a fist around which there is barbed wire that ends in a bleeding red flower. The red drops turn into red lettering. The lower half of the print is a black surface that resembles a mountain landscape and contains white lettering that describes dates and times of several events. [Addendum: 5 March 1996, Linda Lucero identifies this print as probably a La Raza Graphics product.]
 

Arte, Announcement Poster for ca.1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.5 x 13.5 in.; Paper size: 22.625 x 14.375 in.
creator: Montoya, Malaquías, 1938-

Description/Comments

Stylized outline of a person. Background in shades of tans and browns. Title "Arte" is red, while lettersin teal read "Latin American Exhibit Oct 28-Dec 11 1977; Aleman, Castro, Galvez, Montoya, Nilo, Nuñez, Patlan; Berkeley Art Center Tues-Sun 11-5pm."
 

Benefit Concert, Inti-Illimani A Celebration Of Chile's Music & Struggle, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.25 x 16.375 in.; Paper size: 22.5 x 17.5 in.
creator: Montoya, Malaquías, 1938-

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Benefit Concert, Inti-Illimani. A Celebration Of Chile's Music & Struggle." In the upper part of the print is a black silhouette of the band with the inscription "Chile" dripping in red. The composition is organized around blocks of blue, red and white in the colors of Chile's flag. In the lower part of the print there is a high contrast portrait of the members of the band merged with the black background. White lettering explains the location of the event. [Addendum: 5 March 1996, Linda Lucero identifies this print as probably a La Raza Graphics product.]
 

Benefit For Migrant Legal Services, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 13.125 x 21.625 in.; Paper size: 14.25 x 22.5 in.
creator: Montoya, Malaquías, 1938-

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Benefit for Migrant Legal Services." Image of three workers laboring in a field. The background is a black UFW eagle wing. Brown, white and black text reads, "April 28 Finnish Hall 1819 10st. Berkeley ...(i.e., schedule, speakers, cost, entertainment, etc.)... Benefit for Migrant Legal Services [/] An Evening With Cesar Chavez In Solidarity With [/] The Farmworkers." Retrieved 8/94.
 

Celebramos el 26 de Julio, Announcement Poster for 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 17 x 22.75 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23 in.
creator: Montoya, Malaquías, 1938-

Description/Comments

A black-and-white photograph of Fidel Castro dominates the poster. The background is red. Title is black with white outline. Text in white lettering reads "Celebramos el 26 de Julio En Solidaridad Con La Lucha Del Pueblo Nicaraguense Y A Favor Del Rompimiento Del Bloqueo Contra Cuba Fidel documental de Saul Landau documentales ICAIC sobre aspectos de la cultura cubana y El Frente Sandinista De Liberación Nacional Jueves, 26 de Julio de 1979 Centro Cultural De La Misión 2868 Mission St. San Francisco Funciones: 7PM Donación: $2.00" and is followed by a list of sponsors.
 

Centro Legal de la Raza 1969-1979 10th Anniversary Celebration - Benefit, Announcement Poster for ca. 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 12.75 x 20.5 in.; Paper size: 14 x 22 in.
creator: Montoya, Malaquías, 1938-

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Centro Legal de la Raza 1969-1979 10th Anniversary Celebration - Benefit. . . . 10 Años de Lucha." Image of two indigenous men --one of them carrying a torch and the other a scroll. The composition is framed by a dotted circle on a alizarine background. To the right of the image, the lettering describes dates and times of several events. Three pieces of non acid-free tape have been adhered to the print in the upper corners and bottom center.
 

Che & The Latin American Revolution (1928-1967), Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.5 x 13.25 in.; Paper size: 22.5 x 14.25 in.
creator: Montoya, Malaquías, 1938-

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Che & The Latin American Revolution (1928-1967)." Portrait of Che Guevara in his military hat on a red, black and blue background. Underneath the image, black lettering quotes: "'No hay fronteras en esta lucha a muerte.'" In the upper area of the print, black lettering describes dates and times for several events.
 

Community Health in the Barrio, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.25 x 16.25 in.; Paper size: 23.125 x 17.5 in.
creator: Montoya, Malaquías, 1938-

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Community Health In The Barrio CHE Chicanos in health education. . .Berkeley Health Conference April 16, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm (workshops & speakers) Wheeler Auditorium UC Berkeley." Two purple hands are embracing a red heart and holding what an herbal root and a medicinal vial. The purple hands unfold into two white hands with open palms that hold a purple rainbow with the following lettering: "Community Health In The Barrio."
 

Concierto Beneficio Para el Ministerio de Cultura de Nicaragua: Concierto Con Pedro Teran, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 14.125 x 21.5 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23.063 in.
creator: Montoya, Malaquías, 1938-

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Concierto Beneficio Para el Ministerio de Cultura de Nicaragua Concierto Con Pedro Teran Interpretador de la Canción Revolucionaria October 28, 3-7 PM $2.50 St. San Francisco Tambien- Musica de los Peludos - Tardeada - Comida Y Bebidas." Black, silver, and white image of a man playing guitar. Retrieved 8/94.
 

Daniel Viglietti, Canto Libre, Songs Of Freedom, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.75 x 13.5 in.; Paper size: 22.5 x 14.25 in.
creator: Montoya, Malaquías, 1938-

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Nich - Masa present / Daniel Viglietti / Canto Libre / Songs Of Freedom / A concert in solidarity with the popular movements of Latin America. . . .Tickets: La Peña (Berk), Mission Cultural Ctr. (S.F.), Modern Times Bookstore (S.F.) / Codys Book Store (berk) [sic]." Image is a portrait of Daniel Viglietti in a red and lavender background with a series of microphones in perspective. Produced at Mission Grafica, Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts.
 

Juventud Sandinista 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 15.75 x 22.125 in.; Paper size: 17.25 x 23.125 in.
creator: Montoya, Malaquías, 1938-

Description/Comments

Black and white photograph of a teenage boy and girl holding machine guns. Background is red with indistinguished white bold letters. Text reads "Juventud Sandinista/Vanguardia Continental! En el año de la Liberacion Nacional." Near lower left-hand corner reads "Colectiva Latinoamerica Despierta, S.F. 1979."
 

La Lucha En Marcha Film Series, Announcement Poster for ca. 1972-73

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.625 x 15.125 in.; Paper size: 22.375 x 15.875 in.
creator: Montoya, Malaquías, 1938-

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "La Lucha En Marcha Film Series." Image of two indigenous men in profile wearing white bandanas in their heads and facing opposite directions. The lower part of the print consists of a glued piece of paper with typed text announcing dates and events with a brief explanation of each of them. The background is green. See: "Vietam/Aztlán: Fuera", 1973, p. 55, in the article "A Public Voice: Fifteen Years of Chicano Posters", Goldman, S., Art Journal, v. 44, No. 1, Spring, 1984, p. 50-57.
 

El Diez y Seis de Septiembre, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 35 x 22.625 in.; Paper size: 35 x 22.625 in.
creator: Montoya, Malaquías, 1938-
creator: Valadez, Jaime

Description/Comments

Picture of two workers raising up a barbed wire barrier. One man is holding a wrench and the other a shotgun. Text is red and yellow and reads "El Diez y Seis de Septiembre el Dia de la Independencia el Dia de Resistencia; 12 de Septiembre Domingo 6pm; Center for the Performing Arts 255 Almaden Blvd. San Jose, Califas."
 

Voices of Tlatelolco, Announcement Poster for ca. 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 26.5 x 19.75 in.; Paper size: 28.5 x 21 in.
creator: Montoya, Malaquías, 1938-
creator: Templeton, Rini

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Voices Of Tlatelolco." The central part of the print is a two-column text with statements by different people. Along the edges, there are eight small photographs with captions and statements underneath. At the bottom, black lettering reads: "2 October 1968-1978 / Dedicated to those who fell in 1968 / This poster is reprinted from Schooled in Conflict, NACLA Report, / Sept-Oct 1978, available from NACLA, 464 19th Street, Oakland Ca, / 94612"
 

Pérez Prado 2010

Generale Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16 x 21 in.; Paper size: 19 x 25 in.; Edition Number: 40/50;
creator: Morales, Julio César

Description/Comments

This silkscreen poster is an image of the Cuban bandleader and composer Perez Prado. His name is brightly written in bold and thick colorful lettering in the upper center. Underneath his name is an image of him in a composer's suit. The background of the silkscreen is in teal blue, the lettering of his name is in purple and pink, and his image is outlined in purple. The buttons on his jacket and his necktie are also in pink. The poster is signed by the artist on the lower right hand corner.
 

Cine de las Americas, Announcement Poster for ca. 1982

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.5 x 16.75 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.
creator: Navarrete, Rodolfo

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Cine Accion Presents / Cine de las Americas / The Latin American / Festival Of Animation / Festival de Dibujo / Animado / Latino Americano / Mayo 1-9, 1982 / San Francisco / Bay Area." An enlarged film stripe with a white director's chair and a black painting brush on a fringed background of pink, yellow, green and orange. Signed, Inscription in ink in the right hand edge outside of image area reads: "Poster Design and Printing: Navarrete + Rodolfo"
 

Ayacucho 150, Film Poster for 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28.125 x 18.125 in.; Paper size: 29.875 x 18.125 in.
creator: Nestor

Description/Comments

Film poster for "Ayacucho 150." Image in black, red, orange, blue, yellow, black, green and white (from paper) with tanks, horses, a flag, and at the top, there is text. The black text reads: "Ayacucho 150 Documental Cubano En Colores, Producido Por los Estudios Cinematográficos de las far Dirección: Carlos Implace." This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. There are a few wrinkles on the fringes and one tear at the top right. Signed, Inscription within the image on the lower right and an inscription on the lower left margin in ink reads: "Nestor/76" and "Doll [illegible]."
 

(title unknown) 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 27.375 x 17.75 in.; Paper size: 30 x 20.125 in.
creator: Ñiko (Antonio Perez)

Description/Comments

Image of a large tree with Cuban flags covering the upper right portion of it. The black text above the tree reads, " El sueño se ha realizado, y la semilla es ya árbol que se ve Primer Congreso del Partido Comunista de Cuba." This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in black ink on the lower left corner reads: "Ñiko/75"
 

(title unknown) 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28.063 x 18 in.; Paper size: 30 x 20.125 in.
creator: Ñiko (Antonio Perez)

Description/Comments

Multi-colored image of a parachute and three white rings. Above the parachute are red beams that radiate towads the upper corners of the print. Text in white within the blue background reads: "Documental Cubano En Colores Direccion: Rogelio Paris." This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in white within the image reads: "Ñiko/76"
 

...Y El Cielo Fue Tomando Por Asalto..., Film Poster for 1973

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 27.5 x 18.125 in.; Paper size: 30 x 20.063 in.
creator: Ñiko (Antonio Perez)

Description/Comments

Film poster for "...Y El Cielo Fue Tomando Por Asalto...." Image of multiple raised fists; at the top of the third row is a star in black and red. Red text at the top right reads, "...Y El Cielo Fue Tomando Por Asalto...." Red text at the bottom reads, "Documenta Le Largometraje Cubano En Colores Dirección: Santiago Alvarez." There is a small light brown mark at the top right corner. This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. [One copy has been placed in the conservation problems box. This print is stuck to another print Record No. 50.] Signed, Inscription within the print on the lower left reads: "Ñiko 73"
 

El Hombre de Maisinicú, Film Poster for 1973

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 18 x 28 in.; Paper size: 20 x 30 in.
creator: Ñiko (Antonio Perez)

Description/Comments

Film poster for "El Hombre de Maisinicú, Film Cubano Direccion: Manuel Perez, con: Sergio Corrieri, Reinaldo Miravalles, Adolfo Llaurado, Raul Pomares." The image is two silhouettes of a male figure wearing a hat on a black background. Colors: black, white, magenta, blue, lime green, purple and orange. Signed, Inscription in white located in the lower right hand corner reads: " ñiko 73"
 

El Padrino, Film Poster for 1974

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28.125 x 18.125 in.; Paper size: 30 x 20.063 in.
creator: Ñiko (Antonio Perez)

Description/Comments

Film poster for "El Padrino." Black and white (from paper) image of what seems to be an academy crest. Flying within the crest is a multi-colored putti clutching sub-machine guns; hovering above its head is a crown. White text above the image reads, "El Padrino Coproducción Italio-Norteamericana Dirección: Francis Ford Coppola Con: Marlon Brando Al Pachino James Caan." There are two small rips at the bottom center, 1/4", 1/4". There is one small rip at the top left (1/8") and one other at the top right (1/4"). There are two small creases at the top corners. There are four push pin holes at the corners. This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in white within the image on the lower right corner reads: "Ñiko 74"
 

Fuera de Aqui, Film Poster for 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 27.5 x 18.25 in.; Paper size: 29.875 x 20 in.
creator: Ñiko (Antonio Perez)

Description/Comments

Film poster for "Fuera de Aqui." Black and white (from paper) image of a person wearing a hat. Below his/her head is a rifle with its internal mechanisms (in red and orange) exposed. Black text above the head reads, "Fuera de Aqui Film Ecuador-Bolivia/Direccion: Jorge Sanjines." There is one small brown mark below the text on the left, and there are several small black dots at the lower right. This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription within the image in black ink at the lower left and an inscription in purple ink on the lower left reads: "Ñiko/78" and "Ñiko [illegible]"
 

Hola Amigo, Announcement Poster for 1972

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28.063 x 18.125 in.; Paper size: 30.125 x 20.056 in.
creator: Ñiko (Antonio Perez)

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Hola Amigo." Repeating image of a cherub on a cloud--the image plus its opposite. Two small hearts are above the central pair. There is a green border that frames the image. Black outlined text reads, "Hola Amigo". Red text below the outlined text reads, "Film De La Republica Democratica Alemana En Cinemascope Dirección: Rolf Romer/Con: Annekathrin Burger/Frank Obermann." There are some small blemishes (color marks) along the margins. There is one small rip at the top center of the print, 1/2". This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in white within the image on the lower right reads: "Ñiko 72"
 

Los Cuatro Puentes, Film Poster for 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28.063 x 18.125 in.; Paper size: 30 x 20.063 in.
creator: Ñiko (Antonio Perez)

Description/Comments

Film poster for "Los Cuatro Puentes." Black and white (from paper) image of two hands clasped with "Uncle Sam" in a red, white and blue top hat. The background is black. White text above the image reads, "Los Cuatro Puentes Documental Cubano En Colores Dirección: Santiago Alvarez." There are a few small folds on the corners and at the top right corner there are red and blue marks. This image is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in white within the image on the lower right reads: "Ñiko/75"
 

Luanda Ya No Es de San Pablo, Film Poster for 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28 x 18 in.; Paper size: 29.875 x 19.875 in.
creator: Ñiko (Antonio Perez)

Description/Comments

Film poster for "Luanda Ya No Es de San Pablo." Image in black, yellow and white (from paper). The outline of Africa is revealed by the negation of the black background. Within the African continent are the words, "Luanda Ya No Es de San Pablo." At the top of the map is an African man and on his head is the sun rising. Below the head of the man is the text, "Documental Cubano En Colores Direccion: Santiago Alvarez. There are two small brown spots on the left hand side margin. This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in white within the image on the lower right reads: "Ñiko/76"
 

Maputo: Meridiano Novo, Film Poster for 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28.063 x 18.063 in.; Paper size: 29.875 x 20 in.
creator: Ñiko (Antonio Perez)

Description/Comments

Film poster for "Maputo: Meridiano Novo." Image of a thin male sculpture; the sculpure is holding a rifle. At the top of the print, smaller sculptures are repeated; three are chained together; two have broken the chain, and the last sculpure on the right has no chain. The background is lime green. Red text below the series of small sculptures reads, "Maputo: Meridiano Novo Documental Cubano En Colores Dirección: Santiago Alvarez." There are small rips on the top margin and there is one on the bottom. This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in white within the image on the lower right reads: "Ñiko/77"
 

Nace Una Comunidad, Film Poster for 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28 x 18.125 in.; Paper size: 30 x 20 in.
creator: Ñiko (Antonio Perez)

Description/Comments

Film poster for "Nace Una Comunidad." Black and white (from paper) image of white eggs and white text. On the lower half, three eggs are cracked and one central egg has hatched the words "Nace Una Comunidad". On the very top of the print are the words "Documental Cubano en Colores Dirección: Victor Casaus." This print is from the GDLR collection of Cuban posters. Signed, Inscription in ink within the image on the lower left reads: "Ñiko/76"
 

Semana de Cine Cubano En Colombia, 1978, Announcement Poster for 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28.063 x 18 in.; Paper size: 29.875 x 20.167 in.
creator: Ñiko (Antonio Perez)

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Semana de Cine Cubano En Colombia, 1978." Blue, red and white (from paper) image that traces out the streeking path of the Cuban flag. A red triangle encloses a white star. Above the image, text in black ink reads: "Semana de Cine Cubano En Colombia, 1978." This image is from the GDLR collection of Cuban Posters. Signed, Inscription in black ink