BREATH: Suspiro para Vivir

BREATH: Suspiro para Vivir

In late August and early September we teamed up with Leslie Lopez to publish three new prints for her upcoming solo exhibit at EastSide Arts Alliance in East Oakland. Leslie has been a graffiti writer and a teacher with Visual Element and in several Oakland high...
After the Gold Rush

After the Gold Rush

Order this print by clicking here. This is a new screen printed poster for “After The Gold Rush: Reflections and Postscripts on the National Chicano Moratorium of August 29th, 1970” an exhibit at the Vincent Price Art Museum in Los Angeles. This print is a...
Counting Coup Exhibit

Counting Coup Exhibit

This is a great exhibit I am part of, I was really happy to have them include the “Indian Land” poster. The museum also produced 1,000 offset copies to place by my piece for visitors to take with them. Counting Coup is a form of prestige, pride and power....
Xicana Moratorium Day

Xicana Moratorium Day

This year marks the 41st Anniversary of the first Chicano Moratorium Against the Vietnam War. The first Chicano Moratorium was a march that took place on August 29, 1970 where people gathered to protest the disproportionate number of Raza deaths during the Vietnam...
PRINTS FOR THE PEOPLE

PRINTS FOR THE PEOPLE

August 1st Through September 28th, 2011 Cultural Heritage Center at the SJSU Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library PRINTS FOR THE PEOPLE is an exhibition featuring work by Dignidad Rebelde, a graphic arts collaboration between artists Melanie Cervantes & Jesús...