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PRINTING THE REVOLUTION! The Rise & Impact of Chicano Graphics -LFV & FHNN MEMBERS & VOLUNTEERS ONLY

When:
Friday, May 28, 2021, 1:00 PM until 2:00 PM
Where:
Virtual Event
Bethesda , MD  20816
Additional Info:
Contact(s):
Lisa Rosenthal
Category:
Educational
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Registration cancellations will be accepted until Friday, April 9, 2021 at 10:00 AM
No Fee
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ZOOM DOCENT TOUR: SPACE IS LIMITED. 


This event is a collaboration between Little Falls Village and Friendship Heights Neighbors Network. TOUR IS FOR LFV AND FHNN MEMBERS & VOLUNTEERS ONLY. The Zoom login info will be sent to confirmed registrants. 

The Smithsonian American Art Museum has opened a groundbreaking exhibition of prints made by Chicanx artists and their cross-cultural collaborators. The exhibition features donated artworks from major collectors and an ambitious program to purchase artworks for the collection to create an inclusive view of American art that features Chicanx contributions.

 

In the 1960s, Chicano activist artists forged a remarkable history of printmaking rooted in cultural expression and social justice movements that remains vital today. The exhibition ¡Printing the Revolution! The Rise and Impact of Chicano Graphics, 1965 to Now presents, for the first time, historical civil rights-era prints by Chicano artists alongside works by graphic artists working from the 1980s to today. It considers how artists innovatively use graphic arts to build community, engage the public around ongoing social justice concerns, and wrestle with shifting notions of the term “Chicano.” Mexican Americans defiantly adopted the term Chicano in the 1960s and 1970s as a sign of a new political and cultural identity. Graphic artists played a pivotal role in projecting this revolutionary new consciousness, which affirmed the value of Mexican American culture and history.

 

Group size is limited! RSVP now to confirm your space. 













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