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Dos Decadas De Artistas Chicanas Exhibition Collection, 1994.
CEMA 017
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Title:

Dos Decadas De Artistas Chicanas Exhibition Collection, 1994

Creator/Contributor:

Hernández, Ester.

Creator/Contributor:

Cervantez, Yreina.

Creator/Contributor:

Online Archive of California

Abstract:

The collection consists of audiocassettes and transcriptions of Maria Velasco's opening remarks, the slide lecture and event publicity (handbill, press release and news articles.)

Date:

1994 (issued)

Subject:

Mexican American women -- California
Mexican American artists
Mexican American art
Women artists -- California
Art, American -- California -- 20th century

Note:

Use of the collection is unrestricted.
This collection was created in CEMA from internal files about "Dos Decadas de Artistas Chicanas (1972-1990): Envisioning and Transforming Culture", an exhibition co-sponsored by CEMA held in the Women's Center Gallery on the University of California Santa Barbara campus. Maria Velasco, CEMA's graphic arts cataloger at the time, organized and curated the show, which opened on January 10 and closed on March 18, 1994. 545 The Santa Barbara Independent selected the exhibition as a "Best Bet" among all the events throughout Santa Barbara County. Fifteen screen prints by Chicana artists were exhibited from CEMA's graphic arts archives of Self-Help Graphics in Los Angeles, the Galeria de la Raza in San Francisco, and the Royal Chicano Air Force in Sacramento.
Cite as: [Identification of item], Dos Decadas de Artistas Chicanas Exhibition Collection, CEMA 017, Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.
Created by Salvador Guërenña, 1994.
Use governed by UCSB Special Collections' policy.
Finding aid available in the Department of Special Collections.

Type:

Articles.
Audio cassettes.
Fliers.
Handbills.
Press releases.
Transcripts.

Physical Description:

0.2 linear ft.

Language:

English

Identifier:

CEMA 017

Origin:

California

Copyright Note:

Use of the collection is unrestricted.
Use governed by UCSB Special Collections' policy.