Slides and other materials relating to the San Diego artists' collective, co-founded in 1970 by Chicano poet Alurista and
artist Victor Ochoa. Known as a center of indigenismo (indigenism) during the Aztlán phase of Chicano art in the early 1970s.
El Centro Cultural de la Raza is a Chicano Cultural Center founded in 1970 in San Diego, as an alternative program to encourage
and facilitate artistic growth and cultural interchange in the San Diego communities. It is currently a member of the American
Association of Museums.
83.0 linear feet
(153 document boxes, 5 oversize boxes, 13 slide albums, 229 posters, and 975 online items)
Online items available
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