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Box 128, Folder 12

Personal Journal with No Name, 1984

Box 128, Folder 13

Poems and Recipes, 1972

Box 128, Folder 14

Poems by Margarita Luna Robles, 1981-1985

Box 128, Folder 15

Poesia, 1984-1986

Box 128, Folder 16

Poetry, 1974-1976

Box 128, Folder 17

Poetry & Writings, 1979

Box 128, Folder 18

Problems in Feminist Research, UCLA Workshop, 1983-1984

Box 128, Folder 19

Report on Bilingual Educator’s Workshop, 1974

Box 128, Folder 20

Salsa Graphics, 1980

Box 129, Folder 1

Soldierboy, a play by Judith and Severo Perez, 1987

Box 129, Folder 2

Solfed Class, 1983-1984

Box 129, Folder 3

Song Lyrics, undated

Box 129, Folder 4

Spring Relay Run, 1984

Box 129, Folder 5

"The Status of Chicanos/Latinos at the University of California," 1988

Box 129, Folder 6

Stereotyping the Chicana, undated

Box 129, Folder 7

Study Guide Sheet to CCLR, undated

Box 129, Folder 8

The Support Center, undated

Box 129, Folder 9

Teatros, 1976-1979

Box 129, Folder 10

Teens and Retailers United to Stop Tobacco, Certificate of Appreciation, undated

Box 129, Folder 11

Torres Damaged Frames, 1991

Box 129, Folder 12

Unwinding the Silence, by César A Gonzáles-T, 1987

Box 129, Folder 13

Victor Ochoa’s UCSD course, "Chicano & Mexican Art," undated

Box 129, Folder 14

Weekly planner, No Name, 1991

 

Photographs

Box 129, Folder 15

2nd Annual Norteño Festival, 1992

Box 129, Folder 16

CCLR Water Tank Pre-Geronimo Mural, undated

Box 129, Folder 17

Fotographia, 1978

Box 129, Folder 18

Intertribal Dance Exhibition, 1990

Box 129, Folder 19

Made in Aztlán, undated

Box 129, Folder 20

Miscellaneous Negatives, 1989-1990

Box 129, Folder 21

Miscellaneous Photographs, 1978-1992

Box 130, Folder 1

Open Dialogue II, 1985

Box 130, Folder 2

Photos, 1972

Box 130, Folder 3

Photos, 1974-1980

Box 130, Folder 4

Photos, undated

Box 130, Folder 5

Photos, undated

Box 130, Folder 6

Pictures of Events, undated

Box 130, Folder 7

Slides, 1988

Box 130, Folder 8

Teatro Mestizo Negatives, undated

 

Politicos

Box 131, Folder 1

Aguire, Mike, 1982

Box 131, Folder 2

Ballesteros, Celia, 1983-1987

Box 131, Folder 3

Bates, Jim, 1982-1984

Box 131, Folder 4

Bibb, Portia, 1982

Box 131, Folder 5

Bonilla, Michele, 1980

Box 131, Folder 6

Boxer, Barbara, 1992

Box 131, Folder 7

Bradley, Tom, 1982

Box 131, Folder 8

Chacon, Pete, 1981-1984

Box 131, Folder 9

Connor, Phil, undated

Box 131, Folder 10

Conrado, Gerardo, undated

Box 131, Folder 11

Costello, Bonnie, 1982

Box 131, Folder 12

Cranston, Alan, 1979-1980

Box 131, Folder 13

Downey, Tom, 1984

Box 131, Folder 14

Fernandez, Ben, undated

Box 131, Folder 15

Filner, Bob, 1980-1983

Box 131, Folder 16

Galaviz, Fernando V. 1980

Box 131, Folder 17

Garfias, Robert, 1990

Box 131, Folder 18

Gotch, Mike, 1978-1984

Box 131, Folder 19

Hedgecock, Roger, 1982

Box 131, Folder 20

Hernandez, Paul, 1983-1984

Box 131, Folder 21

Hunter, Duncan, 1981-1982

Box 131, Folder 22

Jackson, Jesse, 1984

Box 131, Folder 23

Jones, William, 1983

Box 131, Folder 24

Juarez, Rich, undated

Box 131, Folder 25

Killea, Lucy, 1980-1981

Box 131, Folder 26

Killea, Lucy, Non-Profit/Assembly Bill 588, 1983-1987

Box 131, Folder 27

Lowery, Bill, 1982

Box 131, Folder 28

Martinez, Uvaldo, 1983

Box 131, Folder 29

Merino, Ronald, 1983

Box 131, Folder 30

Molina, Gloria, 1984

Box 131, Folder 31

Monteagudo, Luis, 1985

Box 131, Folder 32

Morales, Daniel, 1980

Box 131, Folder 33

Natividad, Luis, 1982

Box 132, Folder 1

Obledo, Mario, 1982

Box 132, Folder 2

Peña, Rafael, 1985

Box 132, Folder 3

Ramirez, Arthur, 1984

Box 132, Folder 4

Richmond, Fred, 1982

Box 132, Folder 5

Rientford, Victor M. undated

Box 132, Folder 6

Roberti, David, 1982-1983

Box 132, Folder 7

Rodriguez, M. Armando, 1982-1983

Box 132, Folder 8

Sainz, Oscar & Rosemary, 1981

Box 132, Folder 9

Vela, Armando, 1982

Box 132, Folder 10

Williams, Leon, 1984-1985

 

Series V: Publications

 

Internal Publications

Box 132, Folder 11

Arte Y Cultura Newsletter 1987

Box 132, Folder 12

Border Art Workshop Official Newsletter 1984-1990

Box 132, Folder 13

El Calendario (see also box 152 folder 2 and box 156 folder 5) 1987

Box 132, Folder 14

Calendario Drafts undated

Box 132, Folder 15

Calendario Samples and Miscellaneous 1987

Box 132, Folder 16

CalendarioPerforming Arts Winter Program 1989-1990

Box 152, Folder 11

Cine '98 1998

Box 152, Folder 12

Cine Estuadiantil 1994-1997

Box 132, Folder 17

Dia De Los Muertos Publication undated

Box 132, Folder 18

Fragmentos undated

Box 132, Folder 19

Handbill for CCLR Workshops, n.d. undated

Box 132, Folder 20

La Mazorca 1974

Box 132, Folder 21

La Mazorca Notes 1974

Box 152, Folder 13

Letras Y Colores 1990-1991

Box 132, Folder 22

Letras Y Colores Correspondence undated

Box 132, Folder 23

"Made In Aztlán" Announcement Flyer 1986

Box 132, Folder 23

Maize, Notebooks of Xicano Art & Literature, Fall-Winter 1980-1981

Box 132, Folder 25

Maize Press 1981-1983

Box 132, Folder 26

Members Newsletter 1987

 

Press Releases

Box 132, Folder 27

1974-1976

Box 132, Folder 28

1979

Box 132, Folder 29

1980

Box 132, Folder 30

1981

Box 132, Folder 31

1982

Box 132, Folder 32

1983

Box 132, Folder 33

1985

Box 132, Folder 34

1988

Box 132, Folder 35

1989

Box 132, Folder 36

1990

Box 132, Folder 37

1997-1998

Box 132, Folder 38

undated

Box 132, Folder 39

Publicity 1987-1988

Box 132, Folder 40

Servidores del Árbol de la Vida 1973

 

Totleca Publications

Box 133, Folder 1

National Child Plumaroja 1972

Box 133, Folder 2

Publication Requests 1973-1975

Box 133, Folder 3

Correspondence-Incoming, Toltecas en Aztlan Publications Requests 1974-1977

Box 133, Folder 4

Invoices 1975-1977

Box 133, Folder 5

Publication, Requests/Orders 1975-1977

Box 133, Folder 6

Forms 1976

Box 133, Folder 7

Requests 1977

Box 133, Folder 8

Orders/Requests 1977-1978

Box 133, Folder 9

Books 1978-1979

Box 133, Folder 10

Publications 1980

Box 133, Folder 11

Publications 1980-1983

Box 133, Folder 12

Mailing lists & Requests for Booklists 1983

Box 133, Folder 13

Fragmentos de Barro 1983-1985

Box 133, Folder 14

Booklist 1984

Box 133, Folder 15

Inventory 1984

Box 133, Folder 16

Flyers 1985

Box 133, Folder 17

La Linéa Quebrada/The Broken Line 1984

Box 133, Folder 18

Publications Orders 1987

Box 133, Folder 19

Brochure undated

Box 133, Folder 20

Correspondence undated

 

External Publications

Box 133, Folder 20

¡A Mi Que! José Montalvo 1983

Box 133, Folder 21

Abra La Puerta al Mundo de Oportunidad: Obtenga Cuidadania Estadounidense 1982

Box 133, Folder 22

Access 1980-1981

Box 133, Folder 23

Action! 1988

Box 133, Folder 24

Agenda 1980

Box 133, Folder 25

AHA! Hispanic Arts News 1983-1989

Box 152, Folder 14

Ahora/Now Community Newspaper 1982-1984

Box 152, Folder 15

The Alert (see also El Salvador Alert!) 1984-1985

Box 133, Folder 26

Alliance for the Preservation of Civil Liberties 1982

Box 133, Folder 27

Alma Social 1977

Box 152, Folder 16

Alternate Roots 1991

Box 133, Folder 28

American Arts 1981-1982

Box 134, Folder 1

American Council for the Arts Update 1981-1983

Box 134, Folder 2

American FoodJulie Bozzi 1992

Box 134, Folder 3

American Studies Association Newsletter 1985

Box 134, Folder 4

American Theatre 1998

Box 134, Folder 5

American Theatre 1987

Box 134, Folder 6

The Archive Newsletter 1982-1987

Box 134, Folder 7

Arena de Box Y Lucha 1985

Box 134, Folder 8

Arizona Commission on the Arts 1987-1991

Box 134, Folder 9

Arizona Commission on the Arts Bulletin 1983-1985

Box 134, Folder 10

Ariztlán 1985-1987

Box 134, Folder 11

Arriba 1983

Box 134, Folder 12

Art Guide undated

Box 134, Folder 13

Art Hazards News 1989-1991

Box 152, Folder 17

Art In Public Places, a Washington Arts Special Report 1981

Box 134, Folder 14

Art Matters Confederation of the Arts 1980 1987-1988

Box 134, Folder 15

Art Matters Ilan Lael Foundation 1990

Box 134, Folder 16

Artists Equity Association 1989-1990

Box 134, Folder 17

Artline, San Diego Institute for Arts Education 1988

Box 134, Folder 18

Arts Advocate The Artists Advocacy Committee 1989

Box 134, Folder 19

The Arts In San Diego County (COMBO) 1980-1982

Box 135, Folder 1

Arts Reporter 1980

Box 135, Folder 2

Arts Reporting Service 1985-1986

Box 135, Folder 3

Asociación Nácional de Grupos Folklóricos newsletter 1982-1984

Box 135, Folder 4

ATLATL 1987-1989

Box 135, Folder 5

ALTATL Journal 1981

Box 135, Folder 6

Avance 1892

Box 135, Folder 7

Aviso 1985-1988

Box 135, Folder 8

Azlo Magazine 1980

Box 135, Folder 9

Bear Republic News 1982

Box 135, Folder 10

"Bi-National Visual Arts Exchange" 1981

Box 135, Folder 11

Blues Cola de Lagarto Roberto Castillo Udiarte 1984

Box 135, Folder 12

Bob Filner Reports 1982

Box 135, Folder 13

Border Arts Workshop/Taller de Arte Fronterizo 1984-1991

Box 152, Folder 18

Calacas del Taller de la Grafica Popular 1980

Box 135, Folder 14

California Arts Advocate 1993

Box 135, Folder 15

California Arts Council 1990

Box 135, Folder 16

California Arts Council Press Releases 1977-1991

Box 135, Folder 17

California Association on Non-Profits Alert 1987

Box 135, Folder 18

California Chicano Murals 1985 Calendar 1985

Box 152, Folder 19

California Confederation of the Arts Newsletter 1985

Box 135, Folder 19

California History Action 1987

Box 135, Folder 20

California Theatre Council News 1980-1983

Box 135, Folder 21

Caminos 1981

Box 135, Folder 22

Caminos, National Hispanic Conventioneer 1984

Box 136, Folder 1

Caracol 1975-1976

Box 136, Folder 2

Caracol Special Issue, El Tamal Children's Coloring Bookby Gloria Osuna 1977

Box 136, Folder 3

Caracol Special Issue Faustino a Novelleteby Max Martinez 1976

Box 152, Folder 20

Chicano Federation of San Diego County Monthly Bilingual Newspaperby Max Martinez 1978

Box 136, Folder 4

Chicano Federation of San Diego County, Inc. Newsletterby Max Martinez 1975-1980

Box 136, Folder 5

Chicano Humanities and Arts Council Reporterby Max Martinez 1983-1985

Box 136, Folder 6

¡Chicano Mexicano! Chicano Mexciano Empowerment Committee 1993

Box 136, Folder 7

Chicano Park Steering Committee, Chicano Park Coloring Book, Felices Dias 1977

Box 136, Folder 8

Chicano Theatre Festival 1974

Box 152, Folder 21

Children's News undated

Box 136, Folder 11

Chile Democratico San Diego Newsletter 1982-1983

Box 136, Folder 12

Chispas, MEChA UCBerkeley 1982

Box 136, Folder 13

CISPES,Calendar of Events, Newsletter, General Correspondence 1983-1985

Box 136, Folder 14

Civil Rights Update 1975-1985, 1989

Box 136, Folder 15

Collage 1982-1983

Box 136, Folder 16

Comision Femenil de Los Angeles 1985

Box 136, Folder 17

Comision Femenil Mexicana Report 1973

Box 136, Folder 18

Comision Femenil Mexicana Nacional Newsletter 1978

Box 136, Folder 19

COMBO Campaigner 1981

Box 136, Folder 20

COMBO Communiqué 1984-1987

Box 136, Folder 21

Comentario 1982

Box 136, Folder 22

Commissioner's Bulletin 1983

Box 136, Folder 23

Common Ground – Different Planes 1988

Box 136, Folder 24

Communiqué, Enfoque Nacional 1987

Box 153, Folder 1

Community Arts Newsletter 1979-1982

Box 136, Folder 25

Community Murals 1984

Box 136, Folder 26

Community Service Center for the Disabled Update 1984

Box 137, Folder 1

CSCD (Community Service Center for the Disabled) Voice 1981-1984

Box 137, Folder 2

Community Service Division Update 1982-1983

Box 137, Folder 3

Con Safos 1971-1972

Box 137, Folder 4

Conceptions Southwest 1981-1985

Box 137, Folder 5

Congress Bulletin 1980-1982

Box 137, Folder 6

Congress Bulletin 1983-1985

Box 138, Folder 1

Congressional Record 1980

Box 138, Folder 2

Conjunto, Teatro Latinoamericano Casa de las Americas 1982

Box 138, Folder 3

Conserve Neighborhoods Newsletter 1982-1984

Box 153, Folder 3

Contaminated Times Community Newspaper 1982-1983

Box 138, Folder 4

Conserve Neighborhoods Short Course 1982-1983

Box 138, Folder 5

Conserve Neighborhoods Special Issues, Building on Experience 1985

Box 138, Folder 5

Conserve Neighborhoods Special Issues, Quest for Funds 1983

Box 138, Folder 5

Conserve Neighborhoods Special Issues, Steering Nonprofits 1984

Box 138, Folder 5

Conserve Neighborhoods Special Issues, Stoparson 1982

Box 138, Folder 6

Convisiones 1988-1989

Box 153, Folder 4

Con To Los Hierros: Pepón Osorio 1991

Box 138, Folder 7

Corporate Giving Watch 1987-1988

Box 138, Folder 8

County News, San Diego 1988

Box 138, Folder 9

Critical Mass, En Foco Inc. 1988

Box 153, Folder 5

Cuba for Beginners 1972

Box 138, Folder 10

Cultura Norte 1993

Box 138, Folder 11

The Cultural Connection 1983

Box 138, Folder 12

The Cultural Post, National Endowment for the Arts 1982

Box 138, Folder 13

Cultural Views 1987

Box 138, Folder 14

Democrat 1982

Box 138, Folder 15

Disorientation Manual 1982-1983

Box 138, Folder 16

Doorways Newsletter 1981-1984

Box 153, Folder 6

East Los Angeles Magazines 1982

Box 138, Folder 17

Education Cultural Complex Press Releases 1984

Box 138, Folder 18

Education San Diego County 1983-1984

Box 138, Folder 19

Ejercito Guerrillero de los Pobres Compańero undated

Box 138, Folder 19

Ejercito Guerrillero de los Pobres Informador Guerillero 1982-1983

Box 138, Folder 19

Ejercito Guerrillero de los Pobres, Pamphlets 1983

Box 139, Folder 1

El Boletin Casa de Colombia 1987-1989

Box 139, Folder 2

El Chingazo, Chicano Park Steering Committee 1976

Box 153, Folder 7

El Cuhamil 1982

Box 139, Folder 3

El Kaite 1983-1984

Box 139, Folder 4

El Latino San Diego 1992-1993

Box 139, Folder 5

El Mexicano, Cultural Supplement, article on CCLR 1985

Box 139, Folder 6

El Mirlo 1980

Box 153, Folder 9

El Movimiento 1979

Box 153, Folder 10

El Mundo Indijena/Indigenous World 1982

Box 153, Folder 11

El Papel San Diego Times 1973

Box 139, Folder 7

El Picante Newsletter Chicano Moratorium Committee 1981

Box 153, Folder 12

El Salvador Alert 1983-1984

Box 153, Folder 13

El Sol de San Diego 1991-1993

Box 139, Folder 8

El Teatro Campesino Newsletter 1990

Box 139, Folder 9

El Teatro Campesino 20th Anniversary Commemorative Booklet 1986

Box 153, Folder 14

El Tecolote 1980

Box 153, Folder 15

El Tiempo Chicano 1978

Box 139, Folder 10

E.O. Update 1991

Box 139, Folder 11

EOP/Minority Affairs Newsletter 1977

Box 139, Folder 12

EOPS Newsletter, Newsletter 1981-1982

Box 139, Folder 13

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Quarterly Report 1980

Box 139, Folder 14

Floricanto Dance Theatre Newsletter 1988

Box 153, Folder 16

The Forum 1984-1985

Box 154, Folder 1

The Forum, An Evening with the Stars, Special Editions 1984-1985

Box 139, Folder 15

Foundation Giving Watch 1987

Box 139, Folder 16

Fragmentos de Barro 1978-1983

Box 139, Folder 17

Frontera undated

Box 154, Folder 2

The Frontera Forum 1983-1984

Box 139, Folder 18

Gato's Journal 1987

Box 139, Folder 19

Garret Park Press 1982

Box 139, Folder 20

Golden Hill Newsletter undated

Box 139, Folder 21

The Grito del Sol 1976, 1984

Box 139, Folder 22

Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center 1988-1991

Box 139, Folder 23

The Helen Yalof Theatre: Spotlight 1977

Box 139, Folder 24

Hidden Leaves 1985

Box 139, Folder 25

Hispanic Legislative Alert 1984

Box 139, Folder 26

Hispanic Link Weekly Report 1985

Box 154, Folder 3

Hispanic News de California 1984

Box 154, Folder 4

History News San Diego Historic Society 1984, 1989

Box 139, Folder 27

How To '92 undated

Box 139, Folder 28

In Amatl in Xicanome, Experimental Copy 1976

Box 139, Folder 29

Inside the Beast 1973

Box 139, Folder 30

In-Sync Community Cable Channel 1988-1989

Box 140, Folder 1

Interagency Digest 1981-1983

Box 140, Folder 2

Intercambios Femeniles 1981-1983, 1987

Box 140, Folder 3

International Year of the Child Spirit 1979

Box 140, Folder 4

Journal of Hispanic Philology 1987

Box 140, Folder 5

Juntos Art News 1988

Box 140, Folder 6

La Casa de Puerto Rico, El Boricua 1981

Box 154, Folder 5

La Chispa n.d.

Box 140, Folder 7

La Gente Newsletter 1984

Box 154, Folder 6

La Gente Special Cinco De Mayo Issue 1983

Box 140, Folder 8

La Habra Boxing Club n.d.

Box 140, Folder 9

La Jornada 1985

Box 140, Folder 10

La Luz, Chicano Federation of San Diego Country n.d.

Box 140, Folder 11

La Latina 1980

Box 140, Folder 12

La Mujer Newsletter 1980 - 1994

Box 140, Folder 13

La Nueva Ola 1991

Box 154, Folder 7

La Peña Community Center Calender 1982

Box 154, Folder 8

La Prensa San Diego 1978 - 1979

Box 156, Folder 8

La Prensa San Diego 1985, 1989

Box 140, Folder 14

La Raza Forum 1984

Box 140, Folder 15

La Red/The Net 1980, 1988

Box 154, Folder 9

La Semana de Bellas Artes 1980 - 1981

Box 140, Folder 16

La Verdad 1970

Box 140, Folder 17

Las Cucarachas, Concilio Mujeres 1974

Box 140, Folder 18

Las Flores Torcidas 1975

Box 140, Folder 19

Las Palabras 1989

Box 140, Folder 20

Latina, En Foco Exhibition 1988

Box 140, Folder 21

Latin Quarter 1975

Box 140, Folder 22

Liberty Hill 1987, 1992

Box 140, Folder 23

Living Batch News 1988 - 1989

Box 140, Folder 24

Logan Youth Center Newsletter 1980

Box 140, Folder 25

Los Angeles Folk Arts 1988

Box 140, Folder 26

MAAC 1993

Box 140, Folder 27

Made in Aztlán, CCLR's 15th Anniversary 1986

Box 141, Folder 1

Maize Press 1985

Box 141, Folder 2

MANA (Mexican American (Women's) National Association) 1986, 1989

Box 141, Folder 3

Miguel Hildago 1975

Box 141, Folder 4

Metropolitan Area Advisory Committee Newsletter 1992 - 1993

Box 141, Folder 5

Minority Report, National Endowment of the Arts 1979

Box 141, Folder 6

Morir Es... 1986

Box 141, Folder 7

Museum News 1983 - 1984, 1988

Box 141, Folder 8

National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center Newsletter 1991

Box 141, Folder 9

National Assocation of Artists' Organizations 1987

Box 141, Folder 10

National Congress for Community Education Development Newsletter n.d.

Box 141, Folder 11

National Endowment for the Arts, Civil Rights Digest 1983 - 1984

Box 141, Folder 12

National Endowment for the Arts, Presenting and Commissioning Program 1992

Box 141, Folder 13

National Endowment for the Humanities, Overview of Endowment Programs 1987

Box 141, Folder 14

National Latino Communications Center 1992

Box 141, Folder 15

Native American Students Association Newsletter 1988 - 1989

Box 141, Folder 16

Native Writers Ink 1983

Box 154, Folder 10

New Indicator Newspaper 1982

Box 141, Folder 17

news Releases 1985 - 1987

Box 141, Folder 18

Nosotros, Casting Guide 1976 - 1977

Box 141, Folder 18

Nosotros, Newsletter 1983

Box 141, Folder 18

Nosotros, Review 1982

Box 141, Folder 19

Noticias de NACS (National Association for Chicano Studies) 1989

Box 154, Folder 11

Nueva Luz 1987 - 1989

Box 141, Folder 20

Open Dialogue 1986 - 1988

Box 141, Folder 21

Our House Incorporation Newsletter 1981

Box 154, Folder 12

The Painted Monkey, Monthly Newsletter of the California Art Education Association 1987

Box 141, Folder 22

Papel Picado/Paper Cutout Techniques by Carmen Lomas Garza 1984

Box 141, Folder 23

Para Escribir Juchitan No Pueblo, Colección Poesia de Sol 1987

Box 141, Folder 25

Partido de la Raza Unida Newsletter 1981

Box 141, Folder 26

La Peña "El Borlote," Del Taller Experimental de Expresión Popular 1980

Box 142, Folder 1

Performing Arts 1987

Box 154, Folder 13

Perspectiva 1988

Box 142, Folder 2

Pocho Magazine 1994

Box 142, Folder 3

Poesia de Venezuela 1988

Box 142, Folder 3

Public Arts Advisory Board Facts 1993

Box 154, Folder 14

Random Lengths 1983

Box 141, Folder 24

Paradise Rondalla articles 1980, 1983

Box 142, Folder 5

Revista Politica Semanal 1980

Box 142, Folder 6

Poppy 1985 - 1987

Box 142, Folder 7

Quiet Crisis, a Report on unemployment among Californians n.d.

Box 142, Folder 8

Radius 1993

Box 154, Folder 15

Reflex 1989

Box 142, Folder 9

Report 1982 - 1983

Box 154, Folder 16

Resolana 1989

Box 154, Folder 17

Revista Literaria del Tecolote 1980

Box 154, Folder 18

Revista Rio Bravo 1982

Box 154, Folder 19

Richmond Art Center Newsletter 1991

Box 142, Folder 10

Ruseletter 1991

Box 142, Folder 11

SANAA, The Voice of Black Writers and Artists of San Diego 1987

Box 142, Folder 12

San Diego Area Dance Alliance Newsletter 1989 - 1991

Box 142, Folder 13

San Diego Campaign for Economic Democracy Newsletter 1980

Box 142, Folder 14

San Diego County Public Arts Council, Fall Newsletter 1987

Box 142, Folder 15

San Diego Earth Day News, Fall 1991

Box 142, Folder 16

San Diego Historical Society History News 1990

Box 142, Folder 17

San Diego L5 Society 1983 - 1984

Box 142, Folder 18

San Diego Museum of Art Calender 1982 - 1984

Box 155, Folder 1

San Diego Newsline 1977

Box 142, Folder 19

San Diego Equal Rights Conference Organizer 1977

Box 156, Folder 9

San Diego Union The Invisible Workforce Special Reprint 1989

Box 142, Folder 20

Santa Monica Arts Commission Newsletter 1983

Box 142, Folder 21

Santana: A Retrospective of the Santana Band's 20 Years in Music ca. 1987

Box 142, Folder 22

School and Community Partners for Education 1987

Box 142, Folder 23

Sculptor's New Exchange 1979

Box 142, Folder 24

The Segmented Marketplace, This Issue: "The Hispanic Market" 1985

Box 142, Folder 25

Sherman Block Party 1984

Box 142, Folder 26

Siempre Salsa 1998

Box 142, Folder 27

Society for Photographic Education 1987

Box 142, Folder 28

¡Solidaridad! 1980

Box 142, Folder 29

Southwest Journal 1977

Box 142, Folder 30

Southwest Museo News 1989

Box 142, Folder 31

Spanish Journal n.d.

Box 142, Folder 32

Sparc Plug 1981

Box 155, Folder 2

The Spotlight, Association for Retarded Persons of San Diego 1983 - 1984

Box 142, Folder 33

State of the Arts 1977, 1980 - 1985

Box 155, Folder 3

Sushi Newsletter/Calender 1993

Box 143, Folder 1

Take Ten an Indian Newsletter 1976 - 1977

Box 155, Folder 4

Tecolote 1980

Box 143, Folder 2

Tejano Conjunto Festival 1982

Box 155, Folder 5

Tenants United/Inquilinos Unidos 1982

Box 155, Folder 6

TENAZ 10th National Chicano Theatre Festival 1979

Box 155, Folder 7

TENAZ Talks Teatro 1978, 1983

Box 143, Folder 3

Tezozomoc Speaks 1976

Box 143, Folder 4

Tierra Adentro 1980 - 1981

Box 143, Folder 5

Tijuana Rifa k/z...y Que 1986

Box 155, Folder 8

Tonantzin, Chicano Arts in San Diego 1983 - 1984

Box 143, Folder 6

Toxinformer, Environmental Health Coalition 1991

Box 143, Folder 7

TQS News, A Contemporary Newsletter of Eclectic Chicano Thought 1992 - 1993

Box 155, Folder 9

Tribal Peoples' Survival 1979

Box 143, Folder 8

Two Centuries of Hispanic Theatre in the Southwest 1982

Box 143, Folder 9

Umbrella Magazine 1983

Box 143, Folder 10

Union del Barrio Newsletter 1983

Box 143, Folder 11

U.S.-Cuba Bulletin 1984 - 1985

Box 143, Folder 12

Venceremos 1977

Box 143, Folder 13

Vi Aztlán 1987

Box 155, Folder 10

View, Museum Contemporary Art San Diego 1993

Box 143, Folder 14

Visions 1989

Box 143, Folder 15

Voces de Nuestra Santa Barbara 1983 - 1984

Box 155, Folder 11

Voz Fronteriza 1979 - 1984, 1991

Box 143, Folder 16

West Coast Theatre News 1983

Box 143, Folder 17

White House press Releases 1990

Box 143, Folder 18

The Whole Dman Pie Shop 1982

Box 143, Folder 19

Wicaho 1988

Box 157, Folder 9

World Wall: A Vision of the Future Without Fear/La Muralla Mundial: Una Visión de un Futur0 sin Temor n.d.

Box 143, Folder 20

World Winds, poetry publication 1988

Box 143, Folder 21

The Youth Line 1981

 

Newspaper Articles

Box 143, Folder 22

Abuse/Injury 1985 - 1992

Box 143, Folder 23

Agriculture 1989 - 1992

Box 144, Folder 1

Aztlán 1980 - 1982

Box 144, Folder 2

Balboa Park 1987

Box 144, Folder 3

Ballet Folklorico en Aztlán 1987

Box 144, Folder 4

Bi-National Article 1981

Box 144, Folder 5

Border 1985, 1992

Box 144, Folder 6

Border Arts Workshop/Taller de Arte Fronterizo 1983 - 1991

Box 144, Folder 7

Border Arts Workshop/Taller de Arte Fronterizo 1988 - 1989

Box 144, Folder 8

Border Arts Workshop/Taller de Arte Fronterizo, 911: A House Gone Wrong 1987

Box 144, Folder 9

Border Axes 1989

Box 145, Folder 1

Border Control Crossing 1976 - 1990

Box 145, Folder 2

Border Control/Crossing, INS/Customs 1989 - 1992

Box 145, Folder 3

Border Realities II 1986

Box 145, Folder 4

Border Realities II 1986

Box 145, Folder 5

Border Realities III 1987

Box 157, Folder 3

California Murals 1992

Box 145, Folder 6

Casa de Cambio 1988

Box 145, Folder 7

Casa de Cambio Exhibition 1988

Box 145, Folder 8

CCLR's Geronimo Mural 1987

Box 145, Folder 9

CCLR Newspaper Clippings 1988 - 1992

Box 145, Folder 10

CCLR Newspaper Clippings and Copies 1973 - 1979

Box 145, Folder 11

Centro Programs 1987

Box 145, Folder 12

Centro Programs Documentation 1982 - 1988

Box 145, Folder 13

Centro Public Relations Comments 1988

Box 145, Folder 14

Chicano Accent Articles 1980

Box 146, Folder 1

Chicano Cinema 1978 - 1984

Box 146, Folder 2

Chicano Cultural Center 1976

Box 146, Folder 3

Chicano Park Mural 1987

Box 146, Folder 4

Christopher Columbus/Discovery 1991 - 1992

Box 146, Folder 5

City on a Hill, UC Santa Cruz 1984

Box 146, Folder 6

Crime 1990 - 1992

Box 146, Folder 7

Cuba 1987 - 1988

Box 146, Folder 8

D'Alessio 1974 - 1979

Box 146, Folder 9

Danah Fayman 1981 - 1984

Box 146, Folder 10

Death 1990 - 1992

Box 146, Folder 11

Diversity 1987 - 1992

Box 146, Folder 12

Drugs 1990 - 1992

Box 146, Folder 13

Economics 1989 - 1992

Box 146, Folder 14

Edie Galindo: the Carmen Morales Memorial Fund 1987

Box 146, Folder 15

Education 1990 - 1992

Box 146, Folder 16

El Papel articles 1973

Box 146, Folder 17

El Tiempo Chicano/La Prensa Clippings 1978 - 1979

Box 146, Folder 18

En Memoria "Juan Soldado" 1987

Box 146, Folder 19

End of the Line 1986

Box 147, Folder 1

Environment/Health 1989 - 1992

Box 147, Folder 2

Free Trade 1990 - 1992

Box 147, Folder 3

Herman Baca 1977 - 1981

Box 147, Folder 4

Homeless/Housing 1989 - 1992

Box 147, Folder 5

Immigration 1989 - 1992

Box 147, Folder 6

Immigrants 1992

Box 147, Folder 7

Immigrants/Salinas 1992

Box 147, Folder 8

James Luna Exhibition 1985

Box 147, Folder 9

La Prensa 1982 - 1983

Box 147, Folder 10

Legal Issues 1990

Box 147, Folder 11

Lost Lives 1989

Box 147, Folder 12

Made in Aztlán/Caxtolli 1985

Box 147, Folder 13

Mexican Cultural Center, Father Ricardo Ramirez n.d.

Box 147, Folder 14

Mexican Cultural Center 1992

Box 147, Folder 15

'Mexico's Political Renaissance' 1988

Box 147, Folder 16

Minority Enterprise Clippings 1981 - 1982

Box 148, Folder 1

Miscellaneous 1984 - 1989

 

Newspaper Articles

Box 148, Folder 2

1945

Box 148, Folder 3, 4

1970 - 1971

Box 148, Folder 5 - 14

1973 - 1982

 

Newspaper Articles

Box 149, Folder 1 - 4

1983 - 1986

Box 149, Folder 5

1987

Box 149, Folder 6

1988

 

Newspaper Articles

Box 150, Folder 1 - 2

1988 - 1989

Box 150, Folder 3 - 5

1989 - 1990

Box 150, Folder 6

1991

Box 150, Folder 7

1992

 

Newspaper Articles

Box 151, Folder 1

1993

Box 151, Folder 2

1998

Box 151, Folder 3

undated

Box 151, Folder 4

Politics 1983 - 1992

Box 151, Folder 5

Public Arts Advisory Board 1983 - 1986

Box 151, Folder 6

Racism 1986

Box 151, Folder 7

Salazar, Ruben n.d.

Box 151, Folder 8

San Diego Clipping Service October 1989

Box 151, Folder 9

San Diego Union 1980

Box 151, Folder 10

Veronica Enrique 1980 - 1988

Box 151, Folder 11

Virgen de Guadalupe 1985

Box 151, Folder 12

White Supremacists, Racism, Prejudice, Discrimination, Anti-Politically Correct 1990 - 1992

Box 151, Folder 13

200 years of Chicano Theatre 1982

 

Series VI: Slides

 

Assemblage

Album 1, Slide Cat.1 001

Gifts of Black undated

Material Specific Details note: assemblage: photograph, straw and seaweed
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

From the Gaia Pacifica: The Art of Activism Exhibition organized by Mary Hsi at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Apr 14- May 6) 1989. Black and white photograph of objects found on the beach. The photograph is framed in wrapped straw and part of the material in the photograph is tied to the frame. Cross-reference with photography. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 002

Oil Spill Water 1989

Material Specific Details note: assemblage
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

From the Gaia Pacifica: The Art of Activism Exhibition organized by Mary Hsi at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Apr 14- May 6) 1989. A fish bowl filled with oil tainted water is on display; sand has been sprinkled at the base of the bowl. The accompanying text explains the idea: "This water was scooped out of the Prince William Sound, Valdez, Alaska, days after the 'Exxon VALDEZ' tanker went aground on the Bligh Reef...." Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 003

(title unknown) undated

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; wood, metal brackets, nails, leaves and seeds
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

From the Gaia Pacifica: The Art of Activism Exhibition organized by Mary Hsi at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Apr 14- May 6) 1989. An old wooden frame is filled with a low relief metal sculpture of organic forms. Metal brackets are used on the right corner of the frame and a metal identification tag is on the bottom. Leaves and seeds are scattered on the ledge around the frame. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 004

(title unknown) undated

Material Specific Details note: unknown
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

From the Gaia Pacifica: The Art of Activism Exhibition organized by Mary Hsi at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Apr 14- May 6) 1989. A large, green circle with a blue border has 29 small blue circles arranged across its surface, connected with string. An orange sticker in the center has the words: "Fragile, Handle With Care." A monitoring device sits at the bottom. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 005

(title unknown) ca. 1980

Material Specific Details note: altar
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Copy camera shot from a catalogue on Día de los Muertos published by the Triton Museum. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 006

(title unknown) ca. 1980

Material Specific Details note: altar
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Copy camera shot from a catalogue on Día de los Muertos published by the Triton Museum. Location:
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 007

(title unknown) ca. 1989

Material Specific Details note: caja
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition organized by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 2) 1990. Large box with a three dimensional statue of the Virgin inside. White dresses are hung from the sides of the box and their skirts cover an altar at the Virgin's feet where four gold dolls have been placed. The top and bottom of the box are enclosed with gold, cut out spider's webs and flowers. See slide 199 (35) [Cat. 3 034] for an installation view. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Medium and Art Forms. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 008(1-4)

Agarra la Onda 1985

Material Specific Details note: altar; wood, barbed wire, Xerox and metal
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

Slides 1-3: from the David Avalos Exhibition at Galería Posada, Sacramento, CA (1985). Slide 4: from the Border Realitites--Part Two Exhibition of David Avalos' work at Centro Cultural de la Raza (February 1986). This altar's central focus is a woman holding a sign announcing a "National Protest March Against the Militarization of the Border." A heart with spikes extending from it, combined with barbed wire, decorates the top. Loteria cards are arranged in the bottom third with a hand holding a campesino wrapped in barbed wire and another hand with a PEMEX oil drum. A skull and crossbones is upside down on a disk at bottom center. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. 279(11-13:) White wall David Avalos, Galería Posada, 1985, Sacramento, CA. 126(14:) Border Realities--Part Two. Location: Galería Posada, Sacramento, CA and Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 009

All Time is Simultaneous (Jan 1) 1989

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; paper, wood, glass and sand
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

From the All Time is Simultaneous Exhibition at MARS (1989). The title of the piece is on the wall at the top: All Time is Simultaneous. Two covers from "Time" magazine are hung on the wall; one reads: "Hispanic Americans, Soon: The Biggest Minority"; the other: "¡Magnifico! Hispanic Culture Breaks Out of the Barrio." An hourglass turned on its side was placed between them. Two articles are below the covers: "It's Your Turn in the Sun" and "A Surging New Spirit". Location: MARS Art Space, Phoenix, AZ
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 010(1-14)

Día de los Muertos 1982

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; wood, papier maché, straight pins, straw baskets and glitter
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

From the California Works Premium List Exhibition. This massive mask was made for Diá de los Muertos. A devil is sitting on his throne, which becomes like a hat for the face below it. A taqueria, "Raul's Auto Repair," a nightclub named "Mambo Rock" and other details create an assemblage that is rich in detail. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms. Location: California State Fair, Sacramento, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 011

El Corazon 1983

Material Specific Details note: caja; clay, wood, chiles and barbed wire
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

From the David Avalos Exhibition in Sacramento (1985). A stage has been created in this caja. Theatre curtains are tied back in the background and two sets of stairs lead up to the stage. A pink heart with red chiles extending from its cleavage is wrapped in barbed wire and fills the entire stage. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Location: Sacramento, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 012(1-3)

Hubcap Milagro #1 (Dec 1) 1984

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; tin, chrome, steel and paper
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

From the Nine Chicano Artists Exhibition (January 8-February 2, 1989). This piece is a modified hubcap. A three dimensional tin heart was riveted together and a square window with bars was inset in its center. Jesus' face is visible behind the bars. A funnel was attached to the heart at its cleavage and multi-colored strips of twisted metal have been placed in its opening. The heart was affixed to a saw blade, and this, in turn, was fastened to the hubcap. Location: Maple Creek Gallery, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 013

Hubcap Milagro #2 1985

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; tin, chrome, metal and paper
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

From the Nine Chicano Artists Exhibition (January 8-February 2, 1985). A hubcap is the background for a three dimensional tin heart which appears to be pried open down the center causing a fissure. A Virgen de Guadalupe was placed on a rod in this opening. Multi-colored strips of twisted metal surround the scalloped hole and radiate out. A red dried chili is stuck into the funnel at the heart's cleavage. Location: Maple Creek Gallery, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 014(1-3)

Hubcap Milagro #3 ca. 1985

Material Specific Details note: assemblage
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

6: From the Forty-Three Emerging Artists Exhibition at La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art (March 1985); 8: From the David Avalos Solo Exhibition at Galería Posada (1985); 9: From the Border Realities--Part Two Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA. Location: La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA; Galería Posada, Sacramento, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 015

Hubcap Milagro #4a ca. 1985

Material Specific Details note: assemblage
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

From an exhibition at the San Diego Art Institute (summer 1985) Location: San Diego Art Institute, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 016

Hubcap Milagro #4b ca. 1985

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; chrome, steel, tin, glass, barbed wire and chiles
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

From the David Avalos Solo Exhibition at Galería Posada. A metal heart is mounted on a saw blade which is then attached to a hubcap. Chiles extend from a funnel on top and a heart shaped bottle was placed at the bottom to catch blood running from a gash in the heart. See 271(15) [Cat. 1 013] for a variation on this design. Location: Galería Posada, Sacramento, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 017(1-4)

Hubcap Milagro #5 undated

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; wood, glass, steel, chrome and lipsticks
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

A carved wooden figure is the centerpiece for this hubcap. It is armless and the legs are cut-off above the knee. The heart has stakes driven into it and a gaping hole in the torso begins under the ribcage and extends down to the waist. Two shot glasses with open red lipsticks inside are balanced on balls on both sides of the figure. 5, 7: Hubcap Milagro #5, studio photographs. 15: From the All Time is Simultaneous Exhibition at MARS Art Space. 16: From the Border Realities--Part Two Exhibition. Location: MARS Art Space, Phoenix, AZ
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 018(1-2)

Hubcap Milagro #6 undated

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; chrome and steel
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

13: From the Border Realities--Part Two Exhibition. A gun placed on top of a cactus pad is attached to a saw blade and then to the hubcap. Nails have been driven through the metal cactus to create the spines. (9:) Hubcap Milagro #3, Border Realities--Part Two. 10: Hubcap Milagro #6-studio shot sold to La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art. 11: Hubcap Milagro #4a, 4b. 12: Hubcap Milagro #8, Grand Rapids Museum of Art (1986). Location: unknown
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 019(1-3)

Hubcap Milagro #7 1986

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; wood, steel, chrome, steel, glass and plastic
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

From the David Avalos: Recent Works Exhibition, Grand Rapids, MI (1986). A wooden cross has been covered with strips of tin. A three dimensional heart is at its center. A small platform, built from a square of tin riveted together, is at the base of the heart and holds a shot glass with a pair of dice inside. The bottom beam of the cross has been fitted with a penis shaped from strips of metal. Location: Grand Rapids Museum of Art, Grand Rapids, MI
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 020

Hubcap Milagro #8 ca. 1986

creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

From an exhibition at the Grand Rapids Museum of Art, Grand Rapids, MI (1986). Location: Grand Rapids Museum of Art, Grand Rapids, MI
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 021

Hubcap Milagro #9 1986

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; chrome, steel and tin
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

From the David Avalos: Recent Works Exhibition at the Grand Rapids Museum of Art (1986). A very simple tin heart was riveted together to create this piece. A red gash runs diagonally across half the heart and a metal spiral strip appears to be blood dripping from the hole. Flames shoot from the cylinder at the top of the heart. It's mounted on a circular saw blade and then on a hubcap. Location: Grand Rapids Museum of Art, Grand Rapids, MI
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 022

Hubcap Milagro Series 1990

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; tin, chrome, pewter, barbed wire and canvas
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

From the Visible Truths: Traditional Sources Within the Chicano Aesthetic Exhibition in Sacramento, CA (September 21-November 10, 1990). A stage was created by hanging canvas like theatre curtains, pulled back on both sides. A hubcap occupies the entire background of the stage. A heart made from metal riveted together is swaddled in barbed wire. It has a tear in its bottom section painted red to resemble blood. A cross has been placed in the heart's cleavage. Location: unknown
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 023

Hubcap Milagro Series, Combination Platter: Manhattan Special ca. 1985

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; chrome, steel, tin, glass and lipstick
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

From the Cafe Mestizo Exhibition at INTAR Gallery (June 1989). A high-heeled shoe has been covered with strips of metal riveted in place. A circular saw blade has sawed through a heart inside the shoe and an open lipstick was placed near the toe. The heel of the shoe was hooked over a champagne glass and both were placed on two circular saw blades inside a hubcap. Location: INTAR Gallery, New York, NY
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 024

Hubcap Milagro Series: Combination Platter: Straight Razor Taco 1989

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; wood, steel, chrome, tin, fabric, netting and cactus
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

From the Cafe Mestizo Exhibition at INTAR Gallery (June 1989). This assemblage's central focus is a white heart with a hole in its center, lined with sheet metal shaped into scallops and saw blades cut in half. The heart is placed on a hubcap and covered with black netting. A cactus pad and gun lie on the right. On the left an axe lies across the spine of the book The Last of the Mohicans and two cacti and a doll's head complete the design. Location: INTAR Gallery, New York, NY
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 025(1-6)

Humberto Carrillo ca. 1985

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; wood, photographs and rocks
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

(14-15): From the Border Realities--Part Two Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (February 1986); (16-19): From the David Avalos Solo Exhibition at Galería Posada, Sacramento, CA (1985). This piece uses a Xerox of an injury to a young boy who was shot by the border patrol because he was throwing rocks. A definition of a boulder was included as well as the District Attorney's refusal to prosecute the border patrol responsible for the shooting. Parallels are drawn with Apartheid South Africa's practice of shooting children who throw stones. Location:
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 026(1-2)

Humberto Carrillo 1985

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; color Xerox, paint and marker
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

From an exhibition of David Avalos'work at Centro Cultural de la Raza. This piece addresses Mexican stereotypes and the dilemma of the border. "Might makes right" and "Everyone exists outside the law" are two phrases used which are emblematic of the problem. Color Xeroxes are arranged on the wall with handwritten text explaining that "California was once Mexico." Cross-reference with Center Activites and Programs. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 027(1-4)

Junipero Serra's Next Miracle--Turning Blood into Thunderbird Wine ca. 1985

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; chrome, tin, steel, and glass
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

274(13): Studio shot for Art in America Magazine, 1992; (14): from the All Time is Simultaneous Exhibition, MARS Art Space, Phoenix, AZ (1989). A hand was constructed from strips of metal riveted together. The palm has a fissure in its center and blood is streaming out into a funnel that was placed in the neck of a Thunderbird wine bottle. The letters B-I-N-G-O are balanced on the tip of each finger. Location:
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 028(1-28)

Loteria Chicana 1983

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; paper, aluminum, plastic, barbed wire, chainlink fence and color Xerox
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

From the California Murals Off the Wall Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza (March 1983 and 1984). This piece integrates a painting made from a photo taken during a Committee on Chicano Rights march at the U.S./Mexican border. A man is holding a map of Mexico which has the words: "Asi era Mexico antes del Robo" [This was Mexico before the robbery"]. This image was mixed with the artist's version of Loteria, a game similar to Bingo. 272(1, 3-21) and 249 are from an exhibition at the Gallery of the Multicultural Arts Institute (1984). 167(3) and 109(58-63) are from the California Murals Off the Wall Exhibition (March 1983). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. 272(2) outside Centro. 272(1), (3-21) and 249 Gallery of the Multicultural Arts Institute, San Diego. 109(58-63) inside Centro. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA and Gallery of the Multicultural Arts Institute, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 029

Mr. Chile 1989

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; cloth, wood, chilies and seeds
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

From the Cafe Mestizo Exhibition at INTAR. A torso with legs to the knees, no arms, and a red abstract head is dressed in a lime green suit. The coat has circles of seeds with red chilies in their centers glued on in a pattern. Remaining seeds are strewn on the floor around the torso. The pants are unzipped and "Y QUE" written on the chest. Location: INTAR Gallery, New York, NY
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 030(1-2)

Posada Altar undated

Material Specific Details note: assemblage/altar; paper cut-outs, mezcal, photograph and clay
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

From the En Memoria Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza (October-December 1987). 2: Posada Altar. 3: Posada Altar and four original Posada Broadsheets. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 031(1-3)

Thoreau's Plank (Jan 1) 1989

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; wood, plastic and metal
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

From the All Time is Simultaneous Exhibition at MARS (1989). A rectangular plank of wood with a world globe inserted in its center is suspended from the ceiling. The piece is tilted and hangs diagonally. The text underneath the plank contains a quote from Henry David Thoreau: "If I have unjustly wrested a plank from a drowning man, I must restore it to him though I drown myself." Refers to the U.S. occupation of Mexican territory. See 262(13) [Cat. 3 109()] for an installation view. Location: MARS Art Space, Phoenix, AZ
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 032

Untitled ca. 1989

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; wood, glass, plastic and metal
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

From the All Time is Simultaneous Exhibition at MARS (1989). Half of a wooden box has been mounted on the wall underneath a round thermostat. A bottle of amber colored liquid has been placed inside. Location: MARS Art Space, Phoenix, AZ
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 033(1-2)

Untitled ca. 1989

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; wood, metal, plastic and string
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

From the All Time is Simultaneous Exhibition at MARS (1989). This assemblage reinterprets the launching pad for the space shuttle. Three half circles, one within the other, form the base for the launching system. Twenty sharpened cylinders of wood were assembled into a square. The space shuttle is mounted above it on a wall as if lift-off has been achieved and the rockets are carrying it into space. Location: MARS Art Space, Phoenix, AZ
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 034(1-2)

Untitled ca. 1989

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; wood and clay tiles
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

From the All Time is Simultaneous Exhibition at MARS (1989). A chair was built from wood and clay roof tiles. Location: MARS Art Space, Phoenix, AZ
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 035(1-2)

Untitled undated

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; wood and paper
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

From the All Time is Simultaneous Exhibition at MARS (1989). A wooden school chair with an attached desk was painted black. A bell in a bell tower (mission style) was placed on the desk top along with an open book. Location: MARS Art Space, Phoenix, AZ
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 036(1-3)

Untitled Installation 1985

Material Specific Details note: assemblage/collage; chrome, tin, steel, wood, color Xerox and lipsticks.
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

From the David Avalos Solo Exhibition at Galería Posada (1985). This piece combines a collage and two hubcap art works. The word "Cristo" is crossed out and centered above the collage, which is a group of color Xeroxes on a Parade magazine cover. For an installation view see 279 (2) [Cat. 3 037()]. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Location: Galería Posada, Sacramento, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 037

Birth Announcement 1979

Material Specific Details note: printed label on baby food jar
creator: Barajas, Sal

Comments/Descriptions

From the Reunion XX--Twentieth Anniversary Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Jun 15- Jul 29) 1990. Two Gerber baby food jars have the standard Gerber baby graphic except the label reads: "Al ultimo, Salvador and Leticia anuncian el nacimiento de Graciela." Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 038(1-4)

Cornucopia ca. 1991

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; cloth, chicken wire, Christmas lights and tinsel
creator: Bermudes, John

Comments/Descriptions

From the Luis Stand and John Bermudes Exhibition organized by P. Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (1991). Close-ups of the assemblage; design is a variation of the cornucopia, though made with non-traditional materials. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 039

(title unknown) ca. 1991

Material Specific Details note: assemblage
creator: Bermudes, John

Comments/Descriptions

From the Luis Stand and John Bermudes Exhibition organized by P. Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (1991). A statue of Jesus with his arms outspread has been placed sideways, facing another statue. Both figures are on a wooden shelf which has been screwed to the wall. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 040(1-5)

(title unknown) undated

Material Specific Details note: collage; charcoal and paper on dry-wall wood
creator: Border Art Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo.

Comments/Descriptions

From the Border Realities IV--Casa de Cambio Exhibition (Spring 1988). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Location: New York Artist Space Gallery, New York, NY, and Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 041

(title unknown) undated

creator: Border Art Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo.

Comments/Descriptions

From the Border Realities IV--Casa de Cambio Exhibition (Spring 1988). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs Location: New York Artist Space Gallery, New York, NY, and Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 042

(title unknown) undated

creator: Border Art Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo.

Comments/Descriptions

From the Border Realities IV--Casa de Cambio Exhibition (Spring 1988). Location: New York Artist Space Gallery, New York, NY, and Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 043(1-4)

The Beginning and the End 1987

Material Specific Details note: caja; wood, feathers, cloth, ribbons, plastic fruit and mirror
creator: Boza, Juan

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition organized by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. 1-2: This caja has four shelves with a varied assemblage within each. The top compartment is predominantly white and holds two doves on a lace covered mound with white cherubs in front. The second has a gold mound adorned with jewelry, peacock feathers and artificial fruit. The third compartment holds a three dimensional face constructed of pieces of fabric emerging from a curtain of ribbons. The bottom section has a mirror on the bottom so it reflects like a lake with a figure in its midst surrounded by green foilage. 3: Close-up of caja. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms. See 199(4) [Cat. 3 034()] for an installation view. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 044

The End of the World 1986

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; mixed media
creator: Brito, Maria, 1947-

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition organized by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. A simply designed wooden house with a chimney becomes a face: two square windows become eyes and the doorway is a screaming mouth. Smoke bellows from the chimney and flames lick the picket fence on the side and crawl up the table that the house sits on. It successfully depicts catastrophe. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 045(1-2)

Meanderings 1985

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; fabric, clay and wood
creator: Brito, Maria, 1947-

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition organized by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. A bed has been sawed in half. The striped mattress has a white blanket crumpled on top of it and a plump pillow leans against the headboard. A cast of a face lies on the pillow and other fragments of cast faces are suspended above the bed. Eyeballs lie on a section of the exposed mattress. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 046

Windows 1985

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; wood, paper, rope, cloth and metal
creator: Brito, Maria, 1947-

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition organized by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. A giant pocket watch hangs from a cord in a square created by combining four tall posts with four short ones. The ceiling and a window are covered with clouds. Four eyes are on the back wall. Collection: Juan Espinosa. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 047

Childhood Reliquary ca. 1989

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; wood, wire and metal
creator: Cardillo, Rimer

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition (November 17, 1989-January 21, 1989). This wooden box was constructed with four legs and resembles a tool box with a handle. By naming it Childhood Reliquary it becomes a shrine or container in which sacred objects are kept (childhood memories?). Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 048

Isadora Altar and Red Signal undated

Material Specific Details note: mixed media
creator: Cardillo, Rimer

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition organized by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. A flower-like sculpture is displayed in a wooden box and a print hangs on the wall behind it. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 049(1-2)

Map and Fossil Box 1985-1987

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; wood, cotton, plaster, and glass
creator: Cardillo, Rimer

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition organized by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. A square wooden box is filled with a slab of fossils swaddled in cotton and placed in a glass display case. A large map hangs on the wall in back of the case. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 050(1-2)

Reliquary and Nebulous Rites 1983-1985

Material Specific Details note: print and assemblage; wood, glass, cotton and butterflies
creator: Cardillo, Rimer

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition organized by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. The intaglio print is an abstract hourglass shape. The wooden, rectangular box is divided into four equal sections and fitted with four individual display boxes that can be removed. Three of the boxes have butterflies in them, one has a chrysalis. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 051

Desert Scene undated

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; wood and paint
creator: Chagoya, Enrique

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition curated by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. The box is divided in half; one side is black and white and looks like a desert at night; the other side is orange and red and could be a daytime view of the desert. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 052

Mano de Oroxco undated

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; wood, metal and paint
creator: Chagoya, Enrique

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition curated by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. A painting of an outstretched, flesh toned hand on a blue background dominates this box. On the right border of the painting is a simplified version of the same hand (one-tenth its size). A metal hand, again reduced in size, is mounted above it. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 053

Monument to the Missing Gods 1987

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; wood, glass, metal and clay
creator: Chagoya, Enrique

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition curated by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. Two rectangular boxes are mounted side by side, one on a red rectangle, the other on a black. The box on the left has a case of 24 soda bottles placed in its center; the box on the right has 36 skulls arranged in rows. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 054

Niño de Atocha 1986

Material Specific Details note: assemblage/collage; metal, paper and glass
creator: Chagoya, Enrique

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition curated by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. This piece is a rectangular, shallow box with glass on the front. A green, cartoon-like man with a green hat suspended above his head has been placed on the glass. Behind him is a doorway with the door off the hinges and lying on a diagonal. The doorway is bricked-in except for a small area where a man standing with the child saint is visible. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 055

(title unknown) ca. 1989

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; rock, feathers, hair, bone, sage and snake skin
creator: Dumlao, Larry V., 1939-1994

Comments/Descriptions

From the Heart Art: You've Gotta Have Heart Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza (February 12-March 12, 1989). Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 056

Etapas 1985

Material Specific Details note: altar; doily, milagros, string and paper
creator: Emmanuel, Christina

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition organized by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. Drawings were made reproducing photographs and arranged on the back of the altar. A cord strung with milagros hangs in an arc in front of the images. Two doll hands, painted gold, are suspended from the center top of the assemblage. A doily decorates the bottom ledge. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 057

Madre Dolorosa 1985

Material Specific Details note: altar; wood, metal and cloth
creator: Emmanuel, Christina

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition organized by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. A painting of Madre Dolorosa hangs in the right hand quarter of this assemblage with nine milagros nailed to the bottom of its frame. A transparent vase filled with flowers and a silver heart shaped picture frame with a painting of a woman are placed on a doily laid in front of the piece. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 058

Pague Mi Promesa Como se Debia 1983

Material Specific Details note: caja
creator: Emmanuel, Christina

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition organized by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. Wooden caja with lacy fabric lining the background. A golden heart shape with a red flower in its center is in the middle and flowers extend to the bottom and top of the box. Gold doll arms are strung in an arc across the top and silver doll legs hang across the bottom. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 059

Santa Christina 1986

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; silver foil stars, gold foil cherub, lace and plastic doll parts
creator: Emmanuel, Christina

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition organized by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. A painting of Santa Christina is repeated seven times, growing progressively smaller, on a diagonal that recedes into the distance. The paintings are standing on a checkered floor and a strip of stars and an angel hover above. Doll heads, hands and torsos form a border at the bottom. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Medium and Art Forms. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 060(1-7)

Santa Frida 1989

creator: Hicks, Emily
creator: Weiss, Rocio

Comments/Descriptions

From the Vidas Perdidas/Lost Lives Exhibition organized through Border Arts Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo by Richard Lou, Victor Ochoa, Robert Sanchez and Michael Schnorr (January 1989). Homage to Frida Kahlo. Location: New York Artist Space Gallery, New York, NY, and Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 061

(title unknown) undated

Material Specific Details note: collage
creator: Hobson, Paul

Comments/Descriptions

From the Gaia Pacifica: The Art of Activism Exhibition organized by Mary Hsi at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Apr 14- May 6) 1989. Map of California with a circle around the San Diego/Tijuana area. Circular maps of the world and mountain ranges are glued on top of California and the Pacific ocean. White, drifting clouds casting shadows are painted on the California map as well. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 062

(title unknown) ca. 1989

Material Specific Details note: altar
creator: Garza, Carmen Lomas

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition organized by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. Close-up of an altar in a bedroom installation. White paper with cut-out designs covers the shelf. Candles, glasses, and a free-standing cut-out paper triptych stands on the shelf. A framed drawing is above the shelf and a cross hangs on the wall. See slide 199 (5) [Cat. 7 016(1)] for an installation view. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 063(1-3)

Invitation to the Necropolis: The Death Dance undated

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; paper, wood, photographs and candles
creator: Lou, Richard A., (Richard Alexander)

Comments/Descriptions

From the En Memoria Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza (October-December 1987). Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 064

Warrior Memorial #1 1989

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; wood, plastic, beads, feathers, string and stone
creator: Luna, James

Comments/Descriptions

From the James Luna Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza (1985). A wooden cross with a small Native American toy figure in its center has been hung on the wall and arrows protrude from it; plastic toy figures, coyotes, a deer and men on horseback are attached to the edges of the cross. Beaded strings hang from the bottom. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 065(1-3)

A Kind Hearted Man undated

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; paper, clay and wire
creator: Mancillas, Aida, 1953-2009

Comments/Descriptions

From the En Memoria Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza (October-December 1987). Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 066(1-2)

La Mortalidad Picaresca e Immortalidad Humoristica de Frida Kahlo undated

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; paper, metal, string and bone
creator: Mancillas, Aida, 1953-2009

Comments/Descriptions

From the En Memoria Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza (October-December 1987). Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 067(1-3)

Saat Früchte Sollen Nicht Vermahlen Werden undated

Material Specific Details note: assemblage/altar; paper, wood, ribbon and seashells
creator: Mancillas, Aida, 1953-2009

Comments/Descriptions

From the En Memoria Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza (October-December 1987). Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 068(1-2)

(title unknown) undated

Material Specific Details note: assemblage/altar; paper, clay, plastic, ribbon and a monarch butterfly
creator: Mancillas, Aida, 1953-2009

Comments/Descriptions

From the En Memoria Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza (October-December 1987). Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 069(1-2)

(title unknown) undated

Material Specific Details note: assemblage/altar; wood, leather, paper, clay and shells
creator: Mancillas, Aida, 1953-2009

Comments/Descriptions

From the En Memoria Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza (October-December 1987). Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 070(1-2)

(title unknown) undated

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; paper, metal, clay and a monarch butterfly
creator: Mancillas, Aida, 1953-2009

Comments/Descriptions

From the En Memoria Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza (October-December 1987). Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 071(1-2)

(title unknown) undated

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; paper, clay, photographs and wood
creator: Mancillas, Aida, 1953-2009

Comments/Descriptions

From the En Memoria Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza (October-December 1987). Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 072

Release at Fiber Falls and Tracks on the Beach undated

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; straw basket, sea shell, rope, seaweed and photographs
creator: Miller, Mavis

Comments/Descriptions

From the Gaia Pacifica: The Art of Activism Exhibition organized by Mary Hsi at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Apr 14- May 6) 1989. Release at Fiber Falls is a straw basket decorated with a shell, a piece of rope, seaweed and other items, then placed on a column with text mounted on the side. It is accompanied by a photo-identification card for a dog. Tracks on the Beach is hung on the same column. It is a dog's paw print in a frame. The text describes it as "Bailey the wonderdog ink on seaweed paper, seaweed frame." Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 073(1-4)

Ave María Purisima--Enlightenment #8 1983

Material Specific Details note: mixed media
creator: Muñoz, Celia Alvarez, 1937-

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition curated by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. Wooden box (book) with pull-out pages of photographs with text; 2: page 1; 3: page 2; 4: page 3. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Collection: Lannan Foundation. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 074(1-3)

Chameleon 1986

Material Specific Details note: mixed media, installation
creator: Muñoz, Celia Alvarez, 1937-

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition curated by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (November 17, 1989- January 21, 1990). Plain white shelf with a mirror hung above it reflects scenes from the gallery, a metal tag under the mirror says "Lulu." A black braid lies on the shelf with a decorative comb for the hair on top of it. Make-up pencils, powder, and a vial of spilled silver stars are also on the shelf around the accompanying text: "Aunt Lulu liked to draw and gave me my first set of colored pencils..." Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 075(1-3)

La Honey--Enlightenment #9 1983

Material Specific Details note: mixed media
creator: Muñoz, Celia Alvarez, 1937-

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition curated by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. Wooden box with seven framed "pages" inside. 2: Page 1--photograph of a doll with the words: "'La Yodo', or Iodine was the name I gave my imaginary friend..." underneath; 3: Page 6--photograph of the back of a doll's head and the words: "and she was a very sweet little girl." Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Collection: Lannan Foundation. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 076(1-3)

La Tempestad 1985

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; maple triptych; mirror, photographs and text
creator: Muñoz, Celia Alvarez, 1937-

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition organized by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. Black rectangular triptych with an acorn and leaves on top, divided into three equal sections: the middle is a mirror which reflects the gallery; on the left side is a photograph of a squirrel eating an acorn with text underneath resembling a book page; on the right is a photograph of a room with covered furniture, also accompanied by text. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Collection: Lannan Foundation Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 077

(title unknown) undated

Material Specific Details note: collage
creator: Nuñez, Armando

Comments/Descriptions

From the Heart Art Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza (February 12-March 12, 1989). Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 078(1-8)

Chicanosaurus (Jan 1) 1989

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; mixed media
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Comments/Descriptions

From the Vidas Perdidas/Lost Lives Exhibition organized through Border Arts Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo by Richard Lou, Victor Ochoa, Robert Sanchez and Michael Schnorr (January 1989). This piece is a modified dinosaur with the front section of a low rider as its head. The low rider's hood is open and a tongue hangs out of it which reads: "In Spanish/en Ingles". Location: New York Artist Space Gallery, New York, NY, and Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 079

Mujeres Altarbox 1974

Material Specific Details note: collage
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Comments/Descriptions

From the artist's collection. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 080

Lenguas and 0225 or Jesse Helms Interprets the First Amendment 1990

Material Specific Details note: assemblage plus text
creator: Lou, Richard A., (Richard Alexander)
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Comments/Descriptions

From the Reunion XX--20th Anniversary Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Jun 15- Jul 29) 1990. Large glass jar with 2 tongues suspended in liquid (one tongue is pierced by a metal spike); this is accompanied by text by Richard Lou which comments on First Amendment rights. See slide 195(20) [Cat. 3 081()] for an installation view. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 081

Cronica del Aplastamiento 1984

Material Specific Details note: assemblage
creator: Ovejero-Postigo, Graciela

Comments/Descriptions

From the Desperdicio Contestatario a las Recompensas por Defender una Tierra Plana--Graciela Ovejero Exhibition curated by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza ((Feb 2- Mar 11) 1990). A large rectangle has been mounted on two pillars and covered with strips of cloth in various colors. Branches have been painted and hung on its surface. A pile of two hundred (or more) white shoes lie along the bottom of the rectangle in a row. A tree trunk, painted red, is in the foreground. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 082

(title unknown) undated

creator: Ovejero-Postigo, Graciela

Comments/Descriptions

From the Desperdicio Contestatario a las Recompensas por Defender una Tierra Plana--Graciela Ovejero Exhibition organized by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza ((Feb 2- Mar 11) 1990). A bale of hay has a white rectangle mounted above it with "Living Artists" written on it. Three books hang from the rectangle and the word "text" is written repeatedly and smeared on the wall behind. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 083

Boo Rattle 1987

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; wood, cloth and string
creator: Pruneda, Maximiliano

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition organized by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. This rattle is based on an animal form. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 084

Ghost Stick Carrier 1988

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; cloth, paint, beads, wood and string
creator: Pruneda, Maximiliano

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition organized by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. This piece uses a human face, painted blue, on an animal body with a pointed tail. The back is impaled by slender, knife-like pieces of wood (ghost sticks) with faces painted on them. They all have orange top knots with string or strips of cloth tied to them. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 085

Horned Transformation Charm 1987

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; wood, cloth, string and paint
creator: Pruneda, Maximiliano

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition organized by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. This charm is a stick wrapped in cloth and string. One end is tied off and forms a head with long, pointed ears. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 086

Portal Dancer 1988

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; cloth, wood and metal
creator: Pruneda, Maximiliano

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition organized by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. The main figure has a hoop and shield and wears a headdress. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 087

Power Rattle 1986

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; cloth, wood, metal and string
creator: Pruneda, Maximiliano

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition organized by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. This rattle uses the human form as its base. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 088

(title unknown) 1987

Material Specific Details note: acrylic
creator: Quiroz, Alfredo J.

Comments/Descriptions

From the Medal-Honor Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza (1987). Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 089

Chili Shrine 1987

Material Specific Details note: caja; wood, plastic and paper
creator: Rodriguez, Peter, 1926-

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition curated by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. This caja is entirely red except for the angels' faces on the gable and doors and a gold halo around the large chili in the center of the box. Flames lick the base of the chili and lights shaped like chilis line the box. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 090

The Confessional 1987

Material Specific Details note: caja; wood and found objects
creator: Rodriguez, Patricia

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition curated by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. A long, rectangular box is divided into five cajas with a different grouping of objects in each cubicle. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms. Collection: Susan Maney. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 091

Día de los Muertos 1984

Material Specific Details note: caja; wooden box, tin ornaments, cards, clay figures and a skull
creator: Rodriguez, Peter, 1926-

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition curated by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. This caja is pink on the exterior with a purple interior. A skull sits on the top shelf, and a cactus flanked by two angels are on the bottom. Two cards (La Muerte and La Calavera) are taped to the open doors of the caja. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 092

Diá de los Muertos (Greener on the Other Side) 1987

Material Specific Details note: caja; wood and found objects
creator: Rodriguez, Patricia

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition curated by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. A skull and bones were arranged above a black strip of organic forms at the bottom of the frame. White gauze covers the entire piece. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms. Collection: Roy Patlan. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 093

Heart Times 1982

Material Specific Details note: caja; wood and found objects
creator: Rodriguez, Patricia

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition curated by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. This caja has as its center piece a large red heart with nails half-driven into it. Below it is a clock with wires extending from it that resemble a bomb. Long, white hair acts as a frame for the piece, which was placed within a hand carved wooden frame. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Collection: Amalia Mesa-Bains. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 094

Lo del Corazon 1983

Material Specific Details note: caja; wood, clay, tin, glass and electric lights
creator: Rodriguez, Peter, 1926-

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition curated by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. The interior of the caja is red; the border is mauve and green striped; the doors were removed. The top half is dominated by a figure of the Virgin. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 095

The Magic Hand 1985

Material Specific Details note: caja, wood and found objects
creator: Rodriguez, Patricia

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition organized by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. This wooden box has doors and a bottom compartment with a door that folds down. It is filled with a gold, elaborately carved frame. Blue, crumpled fabric is the background for a mannequin hand placed at the bottom of the frame. The bottom compartment contains blue and green fabric and two pomegranates. Cross-reference with Center Activites And Programs. Location: Centro Cultual de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 096

Milagros 1987

Material Specific Details note: caja; wood and metal
creator: Rodriguez, Peter, 1926-

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition curated by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. Three dimensional hands and legs have been arranged on the bottom of this caja and attached to the sides and top. Two clasped hands decorate the gable. The unique feature of this caja is the miniature box, with a leg visible inside, mounted on its back wall. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano mediums and Art Forms. Collection: Gloria Leader. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 097

Reincarnation 1983

Material Specific Details note: caja; wood and found objects
creator: Rodriguez, Patricia

Comments/Descriptions

From the Ceremony of Memory Exhibition curated by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza (Nov 17) 1989- (Jan 21) 1990. This caja was transformed into a window with a transparent glass door and a window shade pulled down. A double, folding picture frame decorated with milagros was placed on the bottom of the caja. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, San Digeo, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 098

Encinitas Garden-Text 1989

Material Specific Details note: collage; photocopies
creator: Sanchez, Roberto

Comments/Descriptions

From Vidas Perdidas/Lost Lives Exhibition organized through Border Arts Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo by Richard Lou, Victor Ochoa, Robert Sanchez and Michael Schnorr (January 1989). Xerox of hands and faces with a rose stenciled on them, mixed with the names of pesticides. Location: New York Artist Space Gallery, New York, NY, and Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 099

Encinitas Gardens 1989

Material Specific Details note: collage and photocopies
creator: Sanchez, Roberto

Comments/Descriptions

From the Vidas Perdidas/Lost Lives Exhibition organized through Border Arts Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo by Richard Lou, Victor Ochoa, Robert Sanchez and Michael Schnorr (January 1989). Location: New York Artist Space Gallery, New York, NY, and Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 100

Crossing the Border ca. 1986

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; photographs, dirt and wood
creator: Schnorr, Michael, 1945-2012

Comments/Descriptions

From Border Realities--Part Two Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza (February 1986). Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 101

I Want Toast and Butter ca. 1986

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; wood, metal and cloth
creator: Schnorr, Michael, 1945-2012

Comments/Descriptions

From the Border Realities--Part Two Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza (February 1986) Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 102(1-2)

Oh, Oh Mexico (Feb 1) 1986

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; clay, dirt and canvas
creator: Schnorr, Michael, 1945-2012

Comments/Descriptions

From the Border Realities--Part Two Exhibition organized by Border Arts Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo at Centro Cultural de la Raza (February 1986). Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 103

Quiet For Sale 1984

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; wood, metal and astroturf
creator: Schnorr, Michael, 1945-2012

Comments/Descriptions

From the Border Realities--Part Two Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza (February 1986). Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 104

(title unknown) ca. 1986

Material Specific Details note: assemblage; astroturf, bowling balls and a golf club
creator: Schnorr, Michael, 1945-2012

Comments/Descriptions

From Border Realities--Part Two Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza (February 1986). Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 1, Slide Cat.1 105(1-2)

Juan Soldado undated

Material Specific Details note: altar
creator: Southwestern College students

Comments/Descriptions

From the En Memoria Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza (October-December 1987). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
 

Center Activities and Programs

Album 2, Slide Cat.3 001(1-15)

Art Exhibition ca. 1986

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Description/Comments

Exhibition installation views. Location: none
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 002(1-8)

911-A House Gone Wrong and Café Urgente Exhibits (Oct 16) 1986

creator: Border Art Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo.

Description/Comments

Location: none
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 003(1-12)

Border Realities Exhibition (Feb 23- Mar 23) 1985

creator: Border Art Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo.
creator: Yáñez, René

Description/Comments

Location: Galería de la Raza, 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 004(1-4)

Border Realities Exhibition (Feb 23- Mar 23) 1985

creator: Border Art Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo.

Description/Comments

Location: Galería de la Raza, 2850 24th Street, San Francisco, CA
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 005(1-4)

Border Realities--Part Two Exhibition (Feb) 1986

creator: Border Art Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo.

Description/Comments

Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 006(1-38)

Border Realities Theatre Performance and Other Activities at Galería de la Raza ca. 1985

creator: Border Art Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo.

Description/Comments

36-38: Exhibition opening. Location: Galería de la Raza, 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 007(1-22)

Capp Street Project--Border Axes (July-Aug) 1989

creator: Border Art Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo.

Description/Comments

Location: Capp Street residence in San Francisco, CA
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 008(1-4)

Conquests Do Not Belong Only to the Past--Group Slide Projection Exhibition (Nov- Dec) 1991

creator: Border Art Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo.

Description/Comments

Cross-reference with Performance and Conceptual Art. Location: Intar Gallery, New York, NY
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 009

End of the Line Outdoor Presentation 1986

creator: Border Art Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo.

Description/Comments

Location: Borderline between San Diego, CA and Tijuana, Mexico
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 010(1-118)

End of the Line Workshop 1986

creator: Border Art Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo.

Description/Comments

Costumes by Victor Ochoa. Location: Borderline between Tijuana, Mexico and San Diego, CA
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 011

Sara-Jo Berman During Performance of "Ocnoceni" (Feb 23- Mar 23) 1985

creator: Border Art Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo.

Description/Comments

Part of a multimedia event called Border Realities. Location: Galería de la Raza, 2851 24th Street, San Francisco, CA
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 012(1-8)

(title unknown) 1985

creator: Border Art Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo.

Description/Comments

From the Border Realities--Part Two Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza (February 1986). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 013(1-2)

Vidas Perdidas/Lost Lives Exhibition (Jan 1) 1989

creator: Border Art Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo.
creator: Lou, Richard A.
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-
creator: Sanchez, Roberto
creator: Schnorr, Michael, 1945-2012

Description/Comments

Signs at exhibition: "Since 1985 over 250 Latin Americans have been killed running across the San Diego Freeway after crossing the San Diego/Tijuana border." The other sign lists the Exhibition's name and the participants: Guillermo Gomez-Peña, Emily Hicks, Bertha Jottar, Richard A. Lou, Victor Orozco Ochoa, Robert Sanchez, Michael Schnorr, Liz Sisco and Rocio Weiss. Location: New York Artist Space Gallery, New York, NY and Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 014(1-3)

15th Anniversary Catalogue 1985

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

From the catalogue. 2-3: David Avalos and Sal Torres. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 015(1-2)

911-A House Gone Wrong: Java Coffee House (Apr 1) 1987

creator: Avalos, David
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Four panels; International production sharing turns to Latin America-moving the Equator north. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 016(1-29)

Agustin Lira Performance (Music-Poetry) (Apr 1) 1990

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Photographs of the performers and audiences at the reading/concert. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 017(1-2)

All the Way to the Bay Mural in progress undated

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Mural at Chicano Park; 30' x 50'; vinyl on concrete. Location: Chicano Park, 1970 Logan Ave., San Diego, CA
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 018(1-26)

American Heart Association "Smoke Busters" Mural 1986

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: Sweetwater High School, National City, CA
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 019(1-17)

Armonía Popular Music Event 1980

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: Elementary School workshop at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 020

Art Exhibition undated

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Description/Comments

The artist is standing next to his painting The Last Buffalo. Location: City of San Diego Council Offices, San Diego, CA
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 021(1-8)

Art Exhibition 1984

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Installation view of an art exhibition. Location: Southwestern College Gallery
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 022(1-12)

Aztlán Arte: Cinco de Mayo Exhibition 1982

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

3: 4' x 10' panel from National City Public Library Mural; 5: Painting Que Victoria? By Victor Ochoa; 7: Yarn Painting by Roberto Espinosa; 11: Varrios Unite poster and original drawing by Victor Ochoa. Location: University of California, San Diego, CA
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 023(1-5)

Border Realities 1985

creator: Avalos, David
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Exhibition installation views of David Avalos' Donkey Cart Altar. Location: Galería de la Raza, San Francisco, CA
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 024(1-9)

Border Realities III 1987

creator: Avalos, David
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Exhibition installation views. 275(1-8): Mural title: The Border is an International Fiction; Sculpture: Border Fence as Mobius Strip; 275(8): Patriotism is Back in Fashion installation by Avalos; Photo in installation by Ediberto Oriole. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 025(1-3)

Border Realities--Part Two Exhibition 1987

creator: Avalos, David
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Guillermo Gomez Peña Performance. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 026

Border Realities--Part Two Exhibition 1986

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

From the Border Realities--Part Two Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza (February 1986). Exhibition installation view. See 126(17-18) [Cat.4 030 and 4 031] for close-ups. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 027(1-11)

Border Watch I Exhibition 1990

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

This exhibit focuses on the year Columbus "discovered" (occupied) America (1492) and demonstrates the poverty and destitution which resulted. Location: Soccer field/Cañon Zapata and Galería de la Raza, 2857 24th Street, San Francisco, CA
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 028(1-35)

Bus Art/Bus Poster: "Welcome to America's Finest Tourist Plantation" 1988

creator: Avalos, David
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Hock, Louis
creator: Sisco, Elizabeth

Description/Comments

Slides document the mass media response to the poster, which commented on the plight of undocumented and low wage workers. It was displayed on 100 San Diego Transit buses and resulted in controversy. The issues became complicated by the city's refusal to name a convention center after Martin Luther King. On the back of "Critics Choice" banner in slide 19 are the words "This is not a bus." See 276(1-6) for related activities. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 029

CAC-Art in the Community Residency ca. 1985

creator: Avalos, David
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Mask made from a paintbrush by an elementary school student.
Album 2, Slide Cat.3 030

Cafe Mestizo Exhibition ca. 1985

creator: Avalos, David
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Installation view of Cafe Mestizo Location: INTAR Gallery, New York, NY
Album 2, 3, Slide Cat.3 031(1-16)

California Murals Off the Wall Exhibition 1983

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Exhibition installation views. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 3, Slide Cat.3 032(1-24)

Calles Vivas Exhibition 1991

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Chávez, Patricio
creator: Ruiz, Bobby

Description/Comments

Slides 3-6: Men standing in front of murals; 9-12: Children performing at the exhibition; 13: Installation view of two paintings; 16-18: Detail of mural, "Aerosol" (with artist?); 19-20: Exhibition installation view of cars; 22-23: Exhibition installation view of cars; 25: Artists or attendees; 26: Mario Rendon; 28: Two paintings; 30: Two paintings; 32: Exhibition installation views; painting, table, and sculpture; 33-34: Exhibition installation views; drawings and paintings; 35: Exhibition installation views; photos of cars. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 3, Slide Cat.3 033(1-16)

Ceramics Workshops Led by Francisco Briseño 1973-9

creator: Briseño, Francisco
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: none
Album 3, Slide Cat.3 034(1-19)

Ceremony of Memory Exhibition 1989-90

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Chávez, Patricio

Description/Comments

Exhibition installation views. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 3, Slide Cat.3 035(1-2)

Cultural Equation: American Cover Story Exhibition 1989

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Lou, Richard A.
creator: Sanchez, Roberto

Description/Comments

Mixed media conceptual mural incorporating text/American art magazines. Cross-reference with Installation Art. Location: Grey Art Gallery, New York University
Album 3, Slide Cat.3 036(1-7)

David Avalos Exhibition 1985

creator: Avalos, David
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Exhibit installation views.
Album 3, Slide Cat.3 037(1-12)

Demonstration, Mask-Making Workshop and Viva la Raza Mural undated

creator: Avalos, David
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

8-15: Mask-making workshop; 19-20: Mural at Woodrow Wilson Jr. High School (non-vandalized and vandalized versions). Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 3, Slide Cat.3 038(1-6)

Colon Colonizado (Apr 1) 1990

creator: Border Art Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo.
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: Aperto '90, Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
Album 3, Slide Cat.3 039(1-20)

Destination L.A. Exhibition (Dec 1) 1991

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibition (LACE), Los Angeles, CA
Album 3, Slide Cat.3 040(1-20)

South = North = South--Border to Border Traveling Tour (Jul-Aug) 1991

creator: Border Art Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo.
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: Western New York
Album 3, Slide Cat.3 041(1-13)

Whitewash(ed) Portable Exhibition (Apr) 1991

creator: Border Art Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo.
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Exhibition installation views. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 3, Slide Cat.3 042(1-3)

Whitewash(ed) Portable Exhibition 1991

creator: Border Art Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo.
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Portable exhibition taken to local high schools. Location: Local high schools of San Diego, CA
Album 3, Slide Cat.3 043(1-2)

Whitewash(ed) Portable Exhibition Brochure 1991

creator: Border Art Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo.
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Brochure created from student responses to the Whitewash(ed) Portable Exhibition (May 1991). Location: San Diego, CA
Album 3, Slide Cat.3 044(1-10)

Desperdicio Contestatario a las Recompensas por Defender una Tierra Plana 1990

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Chávez, Patricio

Description/Comments

Slides 2-3, 6-7: Exhibition installation; 8: Exhibition introduction: "Waste Contesting the Rewards of Crusading for a Flat Earth"; 11-15, 17: Exhibition installation views; 19: Exhibition installation view of an animal shaped assemblage with paintings in the background. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 3, Slide Cat.3 045(1-3)

Development of the "History of Mexico" Mural at Chicano Park 1978

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-
creator: Sweetwater Union High School Students

Description/Comments

Location: Chicano Park, 1970 Logan Ave., San Diego, CA
Album 3, Slide Cat.3 046(1-20)

Development of the "Labor in San Diego" Mural 1985

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Description/Comments

Location: 25th Street and Imperial Ave., San Diego, CA
Album 3, Slide Cat.3 047(1-59)

Development of "The Life of Pedro J. González" Mural 1983-4

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Doudera, Yasue
creator: Esparza, Carlos
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-
creator: Rosete-Chávez, Guillermo
creator: Schnorr, Michael, 1945-2012

Description/Comments

These slides depict the mural in progress, the finished work, and the dedication ceremony at Chicano Park. Location: Chicano Park, Logan Ave., San Diego, CA
Album 3, Slide Cat.3 048

Día de los Muertos Celebration and Exhibition: Barbara Carrasco's work 1988

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Exhibition installation view. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 3, Slide Cat.3 049(1-4)

En Memoria Exhibition (Oct- Dec) 1987

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 3, Slide Cat.3 050(1-9)

En Memoria Exhibition 1987

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Mancillas, Aida, 1953-2009
creator: Sanchez, Roberto

Description/Comments

Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 3, Slide Cat.3 051(1-20)

Entrance is Not Acceptance Exhibition 1991-92

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Lou, Richard A.
creator: Sanchez, Roberto

Description/Comments

Interactive multi-media installation with videotaped interviews and slide projections for the Newport Harbor Art Museum's Third Biennial: Mapping Histories. Cross-reference with Installation Art. Location: Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, CA
Album 3, Slide Cat.3 052(1-13)

Experimental Aztec Music Show undated

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Musical instruments and ceramic pieces; part of the equipment used during the "Experimental Aztec Music" show at Centro Cultural de la Raza. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 3, Slide Cat.3 053(1-13)

Experimental Aztec Music Show 1983

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

This occurred during the California Murals Off the Wall Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 3, Slide Cat.3 054

Folklórico Presentation undated

creator: Ballet Folklórico en Aztlán.
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 3, 4, Slide Cat.3 055(1-9)

Gaia Pacifica: The Art of Activism Exhibition 1989

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Hsi, Mary

Description/Comments

25-26: Exhibition installation view; 31: Flower Power exhibition installation view; 32: Get an Example, Show Your Neighbors, Water Hyacinths for Sale exhibition installation view; 35-38: exhibition installation view; 40: Beaded earrings for sale; exhibition installation view. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 4, Slide Cat.3 056(1-11)

Heart Art: "You've Gotta Have Heart" Exhibition undated

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 4, Slide Cat.3 057(1-20)

Highways Opening Benefit--Cinco de Mayo Celebration 1989

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Performance commemorates Cinco de Mayo as well as providing commentary on Columbus' role in the decimation and exploitation of native peoples. Location: Highways Performance Space, Santa Monica, CA
Album 4, Slide Cat.3 058(1-13)

The Hugo Sanchez Walking Performance 1987

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Sanchez, Hugo

Description/Comments

Part of the En Memoria Exhibition (October-December 1987). Location: Streets of Tijuana, Mexico and San Ysidro, CA
Album 4, Slide Cat.3 059(1-9)

Huichol Style Yarn Art Workshops and Demonstrations and Exhibitions 1970-80

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Espinosa, Robert

Description/Comments

Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, San Diego, CA
Album 4, Slide Cat.3 060(1-5)

James Luna Exhibition 1986

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

1-2: He's Resting Now, 1986; 4-5: Two Worlds, 1989. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 4, Slide Cat.3 061(1-21)

José Guadalupe Posada Exhibition 1980

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 4, Slide Cat.3 062(1-15)

Luis Stand and John Bermudes Exhibition ca. 1991

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Chávez, Patricio

Description/Comments

1-9: Luis Stand Exhibition (1991), installation views; 10, 14-15, 18-22: John Bermudes Exhibition, installation views. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 4, Slide Cat.3 063(1-4)

Mask-Making and Wearing of Mask by David Avalos 1982

creator: Avalos, David
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Slides document the artist working on a mask for Diáde los Muertos and posing with it on. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 4, Slide Cat.3 064

Medal-Honor Exhibition 1987

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Quiroz, Alfredo J.

Description/Comments

Exhibition installation views. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 4, Slide Cat.3 065(1-2)

Mexican Artisan Pedro Linares At Work undated

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Copy camera shots from a book. Location: Mexico
Album 4, Slide Cat.3 066(1-4)

Mural in Progress 1978

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Chicano Federation of San Diego County. Barrion Renovation Team.
creator: Millan, Alvaro

Description/Comments

Work in Progress on mural. Location: Chicano Park, 1970 Logan Ave., San Diego, CA
Album 4, Slide Cat.3 067(1-6)

Mural in Progress 1978

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Vargas, Tony de

Description/Comments

Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 4, Slide Cat.3 068(1-4)

Mural in Progress 1978

creator: Adame, Felipe
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Comments/Description

Work on the Chicano Park mural Renacimiento: 20'x20'; pro-line vinyl on acid-etched concrete, rubber surface conditioner. Funded by Mural Marathan. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 4, Slide Cat.3 069(1-18)

Mural Project undated

creator: Avalos, David
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Mural preparation at Woodrow Wilson High School. Location: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High School
Album 4, 5, Slide Cat.3 070(1-87)

Musicians from Various Events at Centro undated

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 5, Slide Cat.3 071

Noviembre Revolucionario: Agustin V. Casasola, 100 Photographs of the Mexican Revolution Exhibition; 1981 1981

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Serigraphs of Emiliaro Zapata; photograph by Casasola. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA, and other community locations in San Diego, CA
Album 5, Slide Cat.3 072(1-93)

On-Going Dance Performance, Demonstration, Workshops and Education ca. 1972-88

creator: Ballet Folklórico en Aztlán.
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Enrique Acosta, Viviana
creator: Enrique, Herminia

Description/Comments

Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA, and other community locations in San Diego, CA
Album 5, Slide Cat.3 073(1-17)

On the Spot Exhibition 1988

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Lopez, Yolanda M., 1942-
creator: Prada, Esther
creator: Torero, Mario Acevedo

Description/Comments

Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza Chicano Park, 1970 Logan Ave., San Diego, CA
Album 5, Slide Cat.3 074(1-7)

Painting the Chicano Park Mural "La Revolucion Mexicana" 1981

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Description/Comments

Mural in progress at Chicano Park; 45' x 30'; pro-line vinyl on acid-etched concrete, rubber surface conditioner. Location: Chicano Park, 1970 Logan Ave., San Diego, CA
Album 5, Slide Cat.3 075(1-2)

Painting the "Chicano Pinto Union" Mural 1978

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: Chicano Park, 1970 Logan Ave., San Diego, CA
Album 5, Slide Cat.3 076(1-4)

Painting the "Coatliqüe" Mural 1978

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: Chicano Park, 1970 Logan Ave., San Diego, CA
Album 5, Slide Cat.3 077(1-8)

Painting the "Muralistas Mexicanos" Mural 1978

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Garcia, Rupert, 1941-
creator: Mural Marathon Team.

Description/Comments

Mural of Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco, David Alfaro Siqueiros and Frida Kahlo at Chicano Park. 30' x 30';pro-line vinyl on acid-etched concrete, rubber surface conditioner. Location: Chicano Park, 1970 Logan Ave., San Diego, CA
Album 5, Slide Cat.3 078(1-17)

Performance by Paradise Senior Rondalla 1980

creator: Bielma, Ricardo
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: none
Album 5, Slide Cat.3 079(1-40)

Performance Norteño Festival 1991

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Leon, Eloise de

Description/Comments

Photographs of the activities at the festival. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 5, Slide Cat.3 080(1-19)

Preparation of the Surface and Painting of the "Viva la Raza" Mural undated

creator: Avalos, David
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 5, Slide Cat.3 081(1-9)

Red Emma Returns, Street Performance undated

creator: Avalos, David
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

This street performance was named after Emma Goldman, a labor organizer during the 1930s. She belonged to the communist party and was often referred to as "Red Emma." A "Free Speech" banner is carried by some of the participants. It was staged downtown San Diego, on the same corner where IWW union members were arrested for speaking in public. Location: Downtown San Diego, CA
Album 5, Slide Cat.3 082(1-2)

Reflexions: A Chicano-Latino Art Exhibition 1978

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 5, Slide Cat.3 083(1-6)

Restoration of the "Ramp IA" Mural 1984

creator: Aranda, Guillermo
creator: Castañeda, Tomás
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Cervantes, José
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-
creator: Rosete-Chávez, Guillermo
creator: Torero, Mario Acevedo
creator: Torres, Salvador Roberto

Description/Comments

Restoration in progress; 12' x 50'; acrylic on concrete; Commissioned by: Toltecas en Aztlán. Location: Chicano Park Ramp (south), 1800 Logan Ave., San Diego, CA
Album 5, Slide Cat.3 084(1-13)

Reunion XX--Twentieth Anniversary Exhibition 1990

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

4,6, 8-9, 15, 18, 20, 26-28, 35: Exhibition installation views; 33: Exhibition installation view (Ararda's prints); 34: Exhibition installation view (rack with postcards), Carnela Castrejon. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 5, Slide Cat.3 085

Robert Sanchez Exhibition 1985

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 5, Slide Cat.3 086(1-2)

San Diego High School Student Exhibition 1991

creator: Border Art Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo.
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

This student exhibition was done in response to the "Whitewash(ed) Portable Exhibition" (May 1991). Location: San Diego High School, San Diego, CA
Album 5, Slide Cat.3 087(1-6)

Santiago Vaca--One Person Exhibit (Jun 15-Jul 28) 1991

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Chávez, Patricio

Description/Comments

1,3-7: Exhibition installation views. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 5, Slide Cat.3 088(1-7)

Silkscreen Posters 1970-90

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Posters for diverse activities during the years 1970 through 1990 by artists affiliated with Centro Cultural de la Raza. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 5, Slide Cat.3 089(1-16)

Somos Nuevos Mexicanos Exhibition 1989

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Chávez, Patricio

Description/Comments

Exhibition installation views. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 5, Slide Cat.3 090(1-20)

South = North = South--Border to Border Exhibition (Jul-Aug) 1991

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Traveling tour of migrant camps; art workshops with migrant children; end of week performance and fiesta with families. Location: Hallways contemporary Arts Center, Buffalo, New York
Album 5, Slide Cat.3 091(1-38)

Spider Women Theater Performance--(Sun, Moon and Feathers) (Nov 10) 1990

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Assorted scenes from the performance. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 6, Slide Cat.3 092(1-62)

Spreckels Elementary Residency ca. (Feb) 1986

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Description/Comments

Slides document the activities at Spreckels Elementary school: A pyramid was erected and a dancer in a costume from an early period of Meso-American history performed; children participated in a mask-making workshop; an exhibition of children's art was organized; children performed Mexican dances on a stage with life-size drawings of two revolutionary heroes in the background. Location: Spreckels Elementary School, San Diego, CA
Album 6, Slide Cat.3 093(1-58)

Staff and Board Members ca. 1972-1990

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

These slides represent staff and board throughout the history of the Centro Cultural de la Raza.
Album 6, Slide Cat.3 094(1-12)

Suspended Text: A Border Matrix Exhibition (Mar- Apr) 1991

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: Palomar College-Boehm College, San Marcos, CA
Album 6, Slide Cat.3 095(1-16)

Toltecas en Aztlán Exhibition undated

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 6, Slide Cat.3 096(1-21)

Toltecas en Aztlán Exhibition undated

creator: Toltecas en Aztlán.

Description/Comments

Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 6, Slide Cat.3 097(1-2)

A Tri-Cultural Street Event (Jan 4) 1986

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 6, Slide Cat.3 098(1-17)

Untitled Mural in Progress 1979

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: Barrio Encanto, San Diego, CA
Album 6, Slide Cat.3 099(1-6)

Various Music Workshops ca. 1970-1980

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 6, Slide Cat.3 100(1-17)

Vista Migrant Education Program Art Workshops (Oct-Nov) 1991

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

The slides document the childrens' involvement in the workshops and show some of the art work they produced. Location: Vista, CA
Album 6, Slide Cat.3 101(1-7)

We Are Part of the Earth Exhibition; curator: Jaune Quick-to-See Smith (Apr 16-May 20) 1990

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

1-3, 5, 7, 9, 12: Exhibition installation views; 13: James Luna, "The Artifact Piece". Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 6, Slide Cat.3 102

Toltecas en Aztlan Exhibition undated

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Toltecas en Aztlán.

Description/Comments

Banner backdrop. Location: Gallery of Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 6, Slide Cat.3 103(1-26)

Work in Progress for "La Dualidad" Mural 1970-1984

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Los Toltecas en Aztlán.

Description/Comments

Location: Park Boulevard, San Diego, CA
Album 6, Slide Cat.3 104(1-4)

Forty-Three? Emerging Chicano Artists 1985

creator: La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art.

Description/Comments

Location: La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA
Album 6, Slide Cat.3 105

Chicano Park Anniversary 1987

creator: Local Danzantes

Description/Comments

Location: Chicano Park, San Diego, CA
Album 6, Slide Cat.3 106

Tenth Anniversary Exhibition 32203

creator: Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (Gallery).

Description/Comments

Location: LACE Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Album 6, Slide Cat.3 107(1-12)

Development of the Bridge Mural 1983

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: Perkins Elementary School (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: Chicano Park, 1970 Logan Ave., San Diego, CA
Album 6, Slide Cat.3 108(1-5)

All Time is Simultaneous Exhibition 1989

creator: Movimiento Artístico del Río Salado.

Description/Comments

Location: MARS Art Space, Phoenix, AZ
Album 6, Slide Cat.3 109

Local Television Station Program for Cinco de Mayo Celebration (May 1) 1980

creator: Bielma, Ricardo
creator: La Rondalla de San Diego.

Description/Comments

Location: San Diego, CA
Album 6, Slide Cat.3 110(1-20)

Crossing Borders (Aug 1) 1986

creator: Avalos, David
creator: San Jose Museum of Art.

Description/Comments

Location: San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA
Album 6, Slide Cat.3 111

Performance of "El Pulpo" (Feb 27) 1981

creator: Binational Study on Migration (Project).
creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).
creator: El Teatro de la Esperanza

Description/Comments

Location: Memorial Junior High School Theatre, San Diego, CA
Album 7, Slide Cat.3 112(1-55)

Teen Connection Theater ca. 1986-1988

creator: Dorn, Deborah
creator: Teen Connection.

Description/Comments

Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
Album 7, Slide Cat.3 113(1-6)

Restoration of the "Ramp 1B" mural 1984

creator: Aranda, Guillermo
creator: Castañeda, Tomás
creator: Cervantes, José
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-
creator: Rosete-Chávez, Guillermo
creator: Toltecas en Aztlán.
creator: Torero, Mario Acevedo
creator: Torres, Salvador Roberto

Description/Comments

Location: Chicano Park Ramp (north), 1800 Logan Ave., San Diego, CA
Album 7, Slide Cat.3 114(1-2)

Painting the Chicano Park Mural "La Revolucion Mexicana" 1981

creator: Centro Cultural de la Raza (San Diego, Calif.).

Description/Comments

Location: Chicano Park, 1970 Logan Ave., San Diego, CA
Album 7, Slide Cat.3 115(1-13)

University Art Gallery Mis.ce.ge.Nation (Oct 11-Nov 9) 1991

creator: Avalos, David
creator: Evans, Randall
creator: Franco, William
creator: Seifert, Miki
creator: Small, Deborah
creator: University of Colorado, Boulder.

Description/Comments

Exhibition installation views. Location: Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA
 

Drawings

Album 7, Slide Cat.4 002

La Pluma 1977

Material Specific Details note: graphite
creator: Acevado, Emma

Comments/Descriptions

Native American wearing a single feather headdress..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 003

(title unknown) undated

Material Specific Details note: graphite
creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

unknown.
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 004

El Coyote ca. 1978

Material Specific Details note: pen and ink
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

Drawing of Leonel Castillo being sworn in as the head of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service during the Carter administration..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 005(1-2)

Untitled undated

Material Specific Details note: pen and ink
creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

Avalos uses the comic book format to convey his message about humans' lack of direction, being lulled into complacency by media manipulation and ultimately losing our free will through mind control. The tale is circular and the cycle continues ad infinitum..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 006

Rest in Paint 1987

Material Specific Details note: color pencil
creator: Carrasco, Barbara, 1955-

Comments/Descriptions

From the Día de los Muertos Exhibition and celebration at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (1987)..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 007

(title unknown) ca. 1987

Material Specific Details note: pastel
creator: Carrasco, Barbara, 1955-

Comments/Descriptions

From the Día de los Muertos Exhibition and celebration at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (1987)..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 008

(title unknown) ca. 1987

creator: Carrasco, Barbara, 1955-

Comments/Descriptions

From the Día de los Muertos Exhibition and celebration at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (1987)..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 009

Ojo de Dios 1989

Material Specific Details note: pastel
creator: Castañeda, Tomás

Comments/Descriptions

From the Reunion XX--Twentieth Anniversary Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (Jun 15- Jul 29) 1990. Drawing of a half-closed eye, though rays radiate from it so it resembles a sun. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 010

(title unknown) 1989

Material Specific Details note: pastel
creator: Castañeda, Tomás

Comments/Descriptions

From the Reunion XX--Twentieth Anniversary Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (Jun 15- Jul 29) 1990. Drawing of a modified cross; its arms are bent at angles so they form a circle. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 011

(title unknown) 1989

Material Specific Details note: pastel
creator: Castañeda, Tomás

Comments/Descriptions

From the Reunion XX--Twentieth Anniversary Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (Jun 15- Jul 29) 1990. Drawing of a geometric, yellow cross with a pool of blood at its base and hills in the background. See slide 195(6) [Cat. 3 081()] for an installation view. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 012

Untitled 1989

Material Specific Details note: pastel
creator: Castañeda, Tomás

Comments/Descriptions

From the Reunion XX--Twentieth Anniversary Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (Jun 15- Jul 29) 1990. Drawing of a green star of David (or pentagram) suspended against a blue background and orange foreground. The paper is divided nearly equally with a white horizontal line between the blue and orange. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 013(1-19)

Sketches for "The Life of Pedro J. Gonzalez" Mural 1983-1984

creator: Doudera, Yasue
creator: Esparza, Carlos
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-
creator: Rosete-Chávez, Guillermo
creator: Schnorr, Michael, 1945-2012

Comments/Descriptions

Preliminary sketches for the mural painted at Chicano Park, Logan Ave., San Diego, CA. See 113(79-87) [Cat.8 ?] for installation views..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 014

Artistas Mexicanas 1978

creator: Garcia, Rupert, 1941-

Comments/Descriptions

Initial lay-out sketch for the Chicano Park mural Muralistas Mexicanos. Colors are designated as well as information about adding the artists' names to the mural..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 015

S. W. Pieta 1983

creator: Jiménez, Luis, 1940-2006

Comments/Descriptions

Shown in the Somos Nuevos Mexicanos Exhibition curated by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (Aug 25- Sept 29) 1989. Romanticized vision of a woman and man in the desert, surrounded by cacti, an eagle and snakes. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 016

(title unknown) 1984

Material Specific Details note: pastel
creator: Laguna, Juan

Comments/Descriptions

From the Reunion XX--20th Anniversary Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (Jun 15- Jul 29) 1990. Pastel drawing of two hands, one clutching a red cloth and two vines. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 017

History of Chicano Park 1978

Material Specific Details note: pen and ink
creator: Adame, Felipe
creator: Millan, Alvaro

Comments/Descriptions

Preliminary drawing for the Chicano Park mural History of Chicano Park..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 018

(title unknown) 1978

Material Specific Details note: graphite
creator: Noriega, G. R. R.

Comments/Descriptions

.
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 019

Chilibean 1980

Material Specific Details note: color pencil
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Comments/Descriptions

From the Victor Ochoa--Easel Painting and Graphics Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA. Drawing of a "chilibean" lying on the border between the United States and Mexico. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 020

Ollin 1972

Material Specific Details note: pen and ink
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Comments/Descriptions

From the Victor Ochoa--Easel Painting and Graphics Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA. Drawing of a mound of earth with an eye growing from it. A fist and tree limbs extend from the top of the eye. The feathered serpent sprouts from both sides. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 021(1-2)

Pluma Roja 1974

creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Comments/Descriptions

From the Victor Ochoa--Easel Painting and Graphics Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA. Drawing of a warrior wearing an eagle headdress. An altar signifying sacrifice is in the background. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 022

(title unknown) ca. 1989

creator: Smith, Jaune Quick-to-See, 1940-

Comments/Descriptions

From the We Are Part of the Earth Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (April 6-May 20, 1990). Abstract outline of a person is repeated four times in an arc on the page. Sketches of horses, buildings, and the word "Diaspora" fill the remaining space..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 023

Introduction of the Spanish Language to the New World undated

Material Specific Details note: pastel
creator: Quiroz, Alfredo J.

Comments/Descriptions

From the Reunion XX--20th Anniversary Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (Jun 15- Jul 29) 1990. Drawing of Columbus and his men with three ships anchored in the background (presumably the Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria). A bar of gold is drawn above his head with rays extending from it so it appears to be the idea or motivation behind the carnage among indigenous people witnessed in the drawing. See slide 195(20) [Cat. 3 081()] for an installation view. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 024

(title unknown) undated

Material Specific Details note: pastel
creator: Quiroz, Alfredo J.

Comments/Descriptions

From the Reunion XX--20th Anniversary Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (Jun 15- Jul 29) 1990. Drawing of a workman wearing a hard hat with a television, barbells, naked woman and the words "Love God" interspersed with musical notes in the background. See slide 195 (20) [Cat. 3 081()] for an installation view. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 025

Campaigning in the Lower Depths undated

creator: Sanchez, Roberto

Comments/Descriptions

From the Robert Sanchez Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA ((Jun 29- Jul 27) 1985)..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 026

(title unknown) undated

creator: Sanchez, Roberto

Comments/Descriptions

From the Robert Sanchez Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA ((Jun 29- Jul 27) 1985)..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 027(1-3)

(title unknown) ca. 1985

Material Specific Details note: pastel
creator: Schnorr, Michael, 1945-2012

Comments/Descriptions

From the Border Realities--Part Two Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (February 1986).
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 028

(title unknown) ca. 1986

Material Specific Details note: pen and ink, marker, color pencils
creator: Schnorr, Michael, 1945-2012

Comments/Descriptions

From Border Realities--Part Two Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (February 1986). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 029

(title unknown) ca. 1986

Material Specific Details note: color pencils on paper
creator: Schnorr, Michael, 1945-2012

Comments/Descriptions

From the Border Realities--Part Two Exhibition organized by Border Arts Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (February 1986)..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 030

(title unknown) ca. 1986

Material Specific Details note: pastel
creator: Schnorr, Michael, 1945-2012

Comments/Descriptions

From the Border Realities--Part Two Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (February 1986)..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 031

(title unknown) ca. 1986

Material Specific Details note: pastel
creator: Schnorr, Michael, 1945-2012

Comments/Descriptions

From the Border Realities--Part Two Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (February 1986)..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 032

(title unknown) ca. 1986

Material Specific Details note: pen and ink, marker and color pencils
creator: Schnorr, Michael, 1945-2012

Comments/Descriptions

From the Border Realities--Part Two Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (February 1986)..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 033

Sketch for the History of Mexico Mural 1978

Material Specific Details note: charcoal
creator: Sweetwater Union High MECHA School Students

Comments/Descriptions

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Album 7, Slide Cat.4 034

Indio Mexico Chicano ca. 1970

Material Specific Details note: pen and ink
creator: Torres, Salvador Roberto

Comments/Descriptions

From the Reunion XX--20th Anniversary Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (Jun 15- Jul 29) 1990. Drawing of a man in a cap with the UFW eagle in the background; he is wearing a pin on his lapel with a fist and the word "RAZA." See slide 195(26) [Cat. 3 081()] for an installation view. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 035

(title unknown) 1978

creator: Ulloa, Domingo

Comments/Descriptions

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Album 7, Slide Cat.4 036

Tiburcio Vazquez 1978

Material Specific Details note: graphite
creator: Valadez, J.W.

Comments/Descriptions

.
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 037

The Orange Rabbit (Jul 1) 1988

Material Specific Details note: oil and chalk on paper and canvas
creator: Whitehorse, Emmi

Comments/Descriptions

From the We Are Part of the Earth Exhibition, curated by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (April 6-May 20, 1990). Abstract drawing of organic forms. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 038

(title unknown) undated

creator: Whitehorse, Emmi

Comments/Descriptions

From the We Are Part of the Earth Exhibition, curated by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (April 6-May 20, 1990). Abstract geometric drawing, possibly an architectural interpretation. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 039

Visitor in the House (Jul 1) 1988

Material Specific Details note: oil and chalk on paper and canvas
creator: Whitehorse, Emmi

Comments/Descriptions

From the We Are Part of the Earth Exhibition, curated by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (April 6-May 20, 1990). Abstract drawing of organic forms. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs..
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 040

Coatlicüe 1978

Material Specific Details note: pastel?
creator: Schnorr, Michael, 1945-2012
creator: Yamagata, Susan

Comments/Descriptions

Preliminary drawing for the Chicano Park mural Coatlicüe.
Album 7, Slide Cat.4 041(1-22)

(title unknown) 1990-1991

Material Specific Details note: oil pastel
creator: Zalce, Alexandra

Comments/Descriptions

From the Alexandra Zalce Exhibition curated by Patricio Chavez at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (February 14-March 29, 1992). This group of drawings document physical or psychological breakdown and isolation. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs..
 

Graphic Arts

Album 7, Slide Cat.5 001

1st Annual "Ethnic Conga Drum Festival", Announcement Poster for undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for 1st Annual "Ethnic Conga Drum Festival". Two conga drummers are depicted as mirror images of one another. Text reads, "City Celebration and Mission Cultural Center with the cooperation of: Golden Gate National Recreation Area and S.L.S. Present: 1st Annual "Ethnic Conga Drum Festival" At Aquatic Park Sunday May 20 From 11 AM to 4 PM Free-Gratis!!/ No Parking Available: Take Muni Routes No's: 15, 19, 30, 32, 47, and Hyde St. Cable Car". Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 002

'73 Califas Chicano Artists Exhibit, Announcement poster for 1973

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for '73 Califas Chicano Artists Exhibit. Image is of a cake with one slide missing. Ants and insects swarm about it. Text reads, "2600 Mission Bell Drive/ San Pablo California/ Oct 1-31/ Contra Costa College". Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 003

Border Realities, Announcement Poster for 1985

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Image is of a 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." Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 004

Boycott Grapes and Gallo Wines ca. 1970

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

In CARA catalogue from Centro Cultural de la Raza. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 005

Chicano Park Day, Announcement Poster for undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for Chicano Park Day features a sun and an image of the San Diego Coronado Bay Bridge. Text reads, "Chicano Park Day Domingo 21 de Abril de 10:A.M.-? April 21st/ Aqui para todos Hay Hay Ai/ Musica Dance Food Booths [Su]avecito Time Sabor Miel Cafe". Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 006

Celebración Cinco de Mayo, Announcement Poster for 1972

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for CelebraciÛn Cinco de Mayo. An eagle holding a serpent in its beak sits atop a nopal in front of the United Farm Workers huelga eagle in the center of the print. Text surrounds the image and reads, "Dolores Huerta/ Ernesto Galarza/ Reies Tijerina/ Ballet Folklorico en Aztl•n/ Teatro Campesino/ ExibiciÛn [sic] de Arte/ Comida Mexicana/ Musica/ Baile/ M.E.CH.A. U.C.S.D./ Viernes, 5 de Mayo 9:30 A.M.-3:00 P.M./ U.C. San Diego". Text in the lower right corner reads "(c) 1972 Silva-Brole Inc." Image in the upper left corner is of a woman and a child. Image along right side id of an Aztec Eagle knight holding a shield. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 007

El Centro Cultural de la Raza les Ofrece Aprender, Announcement Poster for 1973

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for el Centro Cultural de la Raza. Image is of Emiliano Zapata holding paintbrushes in one hand and an acoustic guitar in the other. Beneath him is the word "Vida". Text reads, "Les ofrece aprender danza musica costura poesia pintura dibujo silkscreen lapidary ceramics macrame mural y mas/ Register Beginning Jan. 15-Jan 19, 1973/ 12:00-9:00 PM/ For more info call 235-6135". There are three versions of this print. One in brown ink on yellow paper, one in brown ink on black paper, and one in black ink on red paper. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 008

Convecion Amerindia, Announcement Poster for undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for Convencion Amerindia. Image is the three-faced head representing mestizaje. To the left of the image are the Aztec symbols of speech; to the right are arrows. Beneath the image are two flags on poles. Surrounding these images is a ring of symbols resembling letters. Some are decipherable and say "Toltecas" and "Raza". Text reads, "Mayo 25, 26, 27/ Acercamiento Cultural de la Raza de Alta y Baja California/ En la Logia Masonica/ Calle 9na y Revolucion/ Todos Invitados Gratis!" This poster has tape on the back. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 009

Los Desarraigados, Announcement Poster for 1979

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for "Los Desarraigados". The same image of a crowd is repeated three times. Text reads, "Centro Cultural de la Mission (M.C.C.) 2868 Mission St. San Francisco/ Y/ Teatro Gusto/ presentan:/ Los Desarraigados/ El drama de una familia que deja su pais en busca de la "felicidad" en los E.E.U.U./ Viernes 19, Sabado 20 y Domingo 21 de Enero de 1979 a las 8:00 P.M. Adm. $2.00". "Los Desarraigados" is a play by Humberto Robles. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 010

Dia de los Muertos, Announcement Poster for undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for "Dia de los Muertos at the Mission Cultural Center 2868 Mission St. Mon-Fri 12:00-8:00 p.m.". Image in orange is of a skeleton and a human figure sitting back to back. They mutually support a bowl or container that rests on their heads from which fire emerges. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 011

End Barrio Warfare! undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

A drawing of "La Muerte" covering a cadaver superimposed on a photosilkscreened image of cholos at a funeral. Text reads, "End Barrio Warfare!/ "...If we must shed our blood on this earth, let it be for the betterment of our RAZA and not for our SELF-DESTRUCTION!!"/ Ed˙cate Raza!/ Por Amor a Nuestras Madres/ For Information Contact your Nearest MECHA". The M.E.Ch.A. symbol (an eagle with a club in one hand and a stick of dynamite in the other) appears in the lower right corner. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 012

Festival de Teatro, Announcement Poster for undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for "Festival de Teatro". Image is of three indigenous people, one of whom plays a flute. Text reads, "Teatro sin Nombre presenta/ Southern Regional/ TENAZ/ Festival de Teatro/ Sabado-Saturday/ Mar. 22 7:30 PM/ El Centro Community Center 375 So First St/ Mar. 23/ Calexico Amphi-Theater Esq. Encinas and Dool 12 Noon/ Intrada [sic] Gratis/ Free Performances". This print has suffered water damage. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 013

Festival VIII ANGF 1981, Announcement Poster for 1981

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for ANGF's (AsociaciÛn Nacional de Grupos FolklÛricos) eighth annual festival. The image is of a danzante performing "La Danza de Venado". Behind him is a white circle which the words "Festival VIII" and "ANGF 1981" encircle. Text at the top of the print reads, "A conference on folk dances of the northwest of Mexico" and at the bottom, "Easst Los Angeles College June 23-27/ For information and registration write to:/ Festival VIII director, P.O. Box 31402, Los Angeles, CA 90031/ AsociaciÛn Nacional de Grupos FolklÛricos" Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 014

Fiesta de la Revolución, Announcement Poster for undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for "Fiesta de la RevoluciÛn" features a photo image of Pancho Villa and la DivisiÛn del Norte with the inscription "General Francisco Villa y Su Estado Mayor". Text reads, "Fiesta de la RevoluciÛn Friday May, 4th/ 11-5 art display/ 11-11:45 rondalla/ 11:45-12:30 teatro/ 12:30-3 food/ 12:30-1:30 mariachis/ 3-5 Nueva Voz Latinoamericana/ Speakers 1:30-3 corky gonzales/ antonio rodrigues (los tres)/ raul ruiz (LRUP)/ DANCE/ revelle cafe 8pm-1am/ mellow brown and chicano generation/ Free Gratis/ U.C.S.D./ La Jolla/ MECHA/ Chicano Fed." Text in lower left corner of the photo reads "Proceeds to MAPA and N.E.P.S.I. 1837 Highland Avenue National City, California 92050". Text in lower right corner of the print reads, "Diego and Son Printing 233-5373" Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 015

Folklore en Aztlán, Announcement Poster for 1985

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for "Folklore en Aztlán". Image is the stylized face of a jaguar. Text reads, "ANGF Conference XII UC San Diego July 5-12 1985/ Folklore en Aztl•n AsociaciÛn nacional de Grupos FolklÛricos/ hosted by Centro Cultural de la Raza as part of Caxtolli--the 15th Anniversary Celebration/ Sponsored by Chicano Studies Program, Third College, UCSD/ funded in part by National Endowment for the Arts". There are two versions of this print, one all in black and the other with the title and jaguar's mouth in red. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 016

Gran Carpa del Corrido: Vida, Passion, Muerte y Desorganizacion del Mexicano, Announcement Poster for undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement Poster for "Gran Carpa del Corrido: Vida, Passion, Muerte y Desorganizacion del Mexicano". Image is of a face split in two. The left side is an image of Zapata, the left side is a calavera in Aztec attire. Text reads, "Los Mascarones de Mexico/ presenta/ "Gran Carpa del Corrido:/ Vida, Passion, Muerte y Des-/ organizacion del Mexicano"/ Mission Cultural Center 2868 Mission Near 25th. St./ Sabado, 14 de Mayo 8 P.M./ Donacion $1.50/ Sponsored by Mission Cultural Center and Concilio Mujeres Printed: La Raza Silkscreen Center S.F." Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 017

House Burning Down, Announcement Poster for undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for House Burning Down. A shadowy figure in mid-jump has a shape possibly intended to represent a flash of light behind it. Text reading "House Burning Down" forms the border of the print. Text at the bottom of the print reads, "Gathering of Artists to Promote Culture. JF D.C. Blues - Tijuana Blues Band - Brandy - Gallo K. - 'Olivia' - Gorila [sic] Theater - You - Food Drinks -Lunch an Chow from 1 P.M. on - Come To - Gether at Greek Bowl in San Diego State College - Sunday 13th - One Dollar Donation - La Raza". Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 018

Images of the American Indian Movement, Announcement Poster for 1983

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement Poster for "Images of the American Indian Movement". Portrait of the Native American Indian Dennis Banks by Michelle Vignes. Below image area, it reads: "Defending your people's rights doesn't make / you a criminal." Further text reads, "A Photo Documentary / by Michelle Vignes and Michel Dubois / January 23rd Thru February 19, 1983/ Galeria De La Raza / 2851 24th St. (Bryant St.) / SF, CA. 94110 / (415) 826-8009". There is a copy of this print in the GalerÌa de la Raza collection of silkscreens. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 019

Jose Montoya's Pachuco Show, Announcement Poster for 1978

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for JosÈ Montoya's Pachuco Show. Image is of a pachuco and a pachuca crossing the street where a police officer is driving. Text reads, "Jose Montoya's Pachuco Show / May 5-28 1978 / 5312 Whittier East Los Angeles / Opening Reception Friday May 5th 7-10 P.M. / Presented by Chicano Studies and M.E.CH.A. / E.L.A.C. in conjunction with New Dimensions L.A.C.C.D." Two copies are printed on yellow paper, the rest are on white. All are in maroon ink. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 020

The Longest Walk 1978

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

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." The Longest Walk was from February to July 1978. Several hundred Native Americans marched from San Francisco to Washington, D.C. to symbolize the forced removal of American Indians from their ancestral lands and to draw attention to the continuing issues facing the Indian community. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 021

Mission Cultural Center Galeria [sic] Museo, Announcement Poster for 1979

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement Poster for "Mission Cultural Center Galeria [sic] Museo." Green and blue leaves work together with orange text to produce a visually active silk screen. Text reads, "Mission Cultural Center [/] Galeria [sic] Museo [/] Presents [/] Janet [/] Delaney [/] Color Photographs [/] Rudy [/] Leal [/] Watercolors [/] April 4-May 12, 1979 [/] 2868 Mission Street [/] San Francisco, California." There is a copy of this print in the GalerÌa de la Raza silkscreen collection. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 022

Muestra Plástica Fin de Cursos, Announcement Poster for 1979

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for Muestra Plástica Fin de Cursos. Image is an abstract geometric design. Text reads, "CCT/ Junio 18 al 28 1979/ Casa de la Cultura/ de Tijuana". This print has tape on the back. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 023

Numero Uno Show, Announcement Poster for 1977

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for Numero Uno Show. Image is a circular geometric design with the effect of an optical illusion in black. Text reads, "Galeria Museo Presents: Numero Uno Show / Opening and Reception Aug. 13, 1977 2 to 6 P.m./ Mission Cultural Center 2868 Mission St. San Francisco California". The background is silver. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 024

Odd Work Solo by Dave Ng, Announcement Poster for undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for "Odd Work Solo by Dave Ng". Gray lettering framed by barbed wire on a red background. Text reads, "Galeria Museo 2868 Mission St. SF/ music: Orquesta RenÈ del Mar/ Reception July 27 7-10 pm thru: Aug 18 79/ Mission Cultural Center". Text in lower right reads, "publicity funded by Zellerback". Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 025

Pasión Chicana 1980

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

The image is silk-screened. Yellow text with black outlines reads, "Pasión Chicana." Above the text is a cross with a chile being crucified. Below the text is a heart penetrated by a dagger. The GalerÌa de la Raza has a similar print with calendar dates, so this print is possibly a progressive print for 1982 calendars. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 026

Posadas, Announcement Poster for 1976

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for "Posadas". Image is of two goats hanging from strings on a blue, green, and pink background. Text reads, "Posadas/ December 19-December 22 5:30-10 P.M./ Centro Cultural de la Raza/ 235-6135/ 2004 Park Blvd. Balboa Park". Dated '76 on back. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 027

Proclamando Tierra y Libertad, Announcement Poster for undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for "Centro Cultural de la Raza y Chicano Park Steering Committee Proclamando Tierra y Libertad". Image is of the United Farm Workers huelga eagle. On the eagle's wings is the program for the exhibition and entertainment. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 028

Los Que Se Van, Film Poster for undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Film poster for "Los Que Se Van". Image is of eleven silhouettes on a hilltop. The background is a gradation from orange to yellow. Text reads, "ProducciÛn: Consejo Nacional Para la Cultura Y Las Artes (Unidad de Producciones Audiovisuales) Colegio de la Frontera Norte/ RealizaciÛn: Adolfo Davila/ Helena Tamayo/ M˙sica: Kiliwa/ FotografÌa: Adolfo Davila/ DuraciÛn: 27 minutos/ Tijuana/ Mexico/ 1991". Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 029

Quinto Festival de los Teatros Chicanos, Announcement Poster for 1974

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for the Quinto Festival de los Teatros Chicanos. Image is of a feathered serpent on the North American continent. A pyramid with footsteps also appears on this map, which connects to South America. Text around a modified Aztec calendar reads, "Un Continente Una Cultura". The calendar has been modified so that the face is the center is the three-face symbol of mestizaje. Some indigenous icons have been swapped for Chicano ones. Tezt reads, "TENAZ [El Teatro Nacional de Aztl•n]/ p.o. box 274/ San Juan Bautista/ Califas/ (408) 623-4436/ CLETA -UNAM/ Sullivan 43/ MÈxico DF/ 546-15-87/ Dos Semanas en Mexico/ Primer Encuentro Latinoamericano/ 24 de junio-7 de julio". Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 030

Represion Cria Resistencia, Announcement Poster for 1979

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for Represion Cria Resistencia. Image is of shackled fists with cahins broken and a multitude of police officers in helmets. The helmets at the front are labeled "BIA" (Bureau of Indian Affairs), "Migra", "FBI", and "Police". Text reads, "Moratorio Nacional de los Pueblos Chicano/Mexicano, PuertorriqueÒo, Negro, Indigena Americano el 7-8-9- de Sept. 1979/ Nueva York/ Manifestacion/ San Francisco/ Sabado, 8 de septiembre/ Marcha: 11:00-Parque Dolores/ Manifestacion: 1:00-UN Plaza/ Para Exponer las violaciones de los Derechos Humanos en los Estados Unidos de los Pueblos Chicano/Mexicano, PuertorriqueÒo, Negro, Indigena - Para Construir la Unidad Nacional de Pueblos Tercermundistas en los EE.UU. Basado en el Principio del Autodeterminacion." Beneath this text the event program and contact information are listed. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 031

Sherman Unidos Dance, Announcement Poster for undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for Sherman Unidos Dance features a cholo and a chola. In the center of the "Sherman Unidos" symbol are two hands clasped in the Chicano style. Text reads, "Music by Brown Pride Disco/ Friday Sept 5th/ 8:00-12:00 Pm/ Our lady of Angels Hall/ 22nd St., S. D./ Tickets - $2.50". Text all in Gothic script (Olde English). Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 032

Spiritual Unity Run, Announcement Poster for undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for Spiritual Unity Run. Image is of a Tarahumara runner holding a torch superimposed on a line representing California's coast. Footprints approach a representation of the Chicano Park Kiosco. Los Angeles is indicated by a star and the words "nstra. sra. de los angeles, olvera st." Beneath the title in a half-sun are the words "sunrise 18 april", and in a green eagle "Chicano Park 10th Anniversary". Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 033

Tardeada Nuevo Amanecer, Announcement Poster for 1973

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for Tardeada Nuevo Amanecer. Image is of an inverted indigenous deity. Text reads, "Ballet Folklorico en Aztlan/ Trio Moreno/ Los Nuevo Latinos band y Vision Band Musica Chicana y Latina/ Mariachi y Duetoi Amor Indio + Pancho PeÒa/ Musica del CorazÛn para Gosar y Bailar/ Tardeada Nuevo Amanecer/ Baile-Dance/ Balboa Park Club/ $2.00 Single $3.00 Couple/ Venta de: Carne Asada, Cerveza, Refrescos/ Enero 12, 1973 6:00 P.M. to 2:00A.M./ Venga a Bailar Comer, Y Gosar." Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 034

(title unknown) undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 035

(title unknown) ca. 1989

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

From the Gaia Pacifica: The Art of Activism Exhibition, organized by Mary Hsi at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (April 14-May 6, 1989). Computer enhanced photograph of Baja, CA. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 036

(title unknown) [Azteca] undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Silkscreen image of the Aztec calendar. In lieu of the claws of the Sun God on either side of the central face are two faces. The left side is the face of a woman with a circle representing the Earth or the Moon. The right side is the face of a man with a rain cloud. Beneath the image, the word "Azteca" is spelled out with a pyramid for the "A". The other letters are elaborated to the point of abstraction. In the right corner between the calendar and the word "Azteca" is the artist's signature, which is indecipherable. Symbols including Mayan numerals may be an encoded date (?). Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 037

(title unknown) [Aztec Deity] 1975

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Silkscreened image of an unidentified Aztec deity. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 038

Hasta La Victoria Siempre undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Silkscreen portrait of Che Guevara. His face and the star in his beret are red. Text beneath his face reads, "Hast La Victoria Siempre". There are two versions of this print in different sizes. The larger version has tape on the back. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 039

(title unknown) [I Want to Die a Slave to Principles] undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Silkscreened image of Emiliano Zapata on a red, white, and green background. Text in the white area to the left of the image reads, "I Want To Die A Slave To Principles And Not To Men" and to the right reads, "Quiero Morir Un Esclavo A Los Principios Y No De Los Hombres Emiliano Zapata". Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 040

(title unknown) [Joaquin Murrieta] undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Silkscreen portrait of the famous 'bandit' Joaquin Murieta in brown ink enclosed in an oval. His name appears beneath the image. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 041

(title unknown) [Maguey] undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

A hilly landscape with a maguey cactus in the foreground. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 042

(title unknown) [Pushing Angeldust is a Crime] undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Image of the "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.." There is a copy of this print in the GalerÌa de la Raza collection of silkscreens. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 043

(title unknown) [Respect Life Stop Reagan] undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Photo silkscreened image of Ronald Reagan with the caption, "Ronald Reagan 1968" and the quote, "If it takes a bloodbath let's get it over with. No more appeasement." Superimposed on a larger photo-silkscreened image of a kneeling police officer with his club on the back of a bloody person laying prostrate with the caption, "San Francisco State College, 1968". The entire image is framed in red, where letters in yellow above the image read, "Respect Life" and below it read, "Stop Reagan". Text in white reads, "Hold Your Nose and Vote for Carter". Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 044

(title unknown) [Sabor y Salsa!] undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Silkscreen poster depicts a guiro player, a maraca player, a drummer, and a hand playing a conga drum. Text at top of print reads "Sabor y Salsa!" Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 045

(title unknown) [Sandino] undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Red and black poster with image of A.C. Sandino holding a rifle. Text reads, "F.S.L.N./ Sandino/ Pro LiberaciÛn de Nicaragua/ Frente Sandinista de LiberaciÛn Nacional". Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 046

(title unknown) [La Tierra es de Quien la Trabaja] 1978

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Silkscreened image of Emiliano Zapata holding a rifle with four people behind him. Text reads, "La Tierra es de Quien la Trabaja". Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 047

(title unknown) [Tlaloc] undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Silkscreened image of a running calavera wearing a sombrero. He holds a knife and his eye sockets are radiant. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 048

(title unknown) [Triunfará] undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

A broken chain dangles from a shackled pair of hands beneath the seal of the Republic of El Salvador. Above the seal, text reads "TRIUNFARÁ". Text in the lower left corner reads "F.U.S." Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 049

Tonacatecutli 1973

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

A line-drawing image of the Aztec god Tonacatecutli (or Tonacatecuhtli), "Lord of the Flesh", who, with his partner Tonacatciuatl, is associated with the beginning of time and the beginning of the year. Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 050

Worker's Self-Management in Spain/ Autogestión en España undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Silkscreened image of a group of men in front of a tour bus with a sign reading "CNT". Text reads, "Worker's Self-Management in Spain/ Autogestión en Espańa/ Miguel Mesa speaks on the CNT (Spanish National Confedration of Labor)/ April 3 7:30 P.M. H.L. Auditorium U.C.S.D./ Free!/ CNT Support Committee/ Child Care/ Info 452-4242". Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 051

Zapata undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Silkscreened image of Zapata in gold on black background. Text reads "Zapata" at top and "La tierra es de quien la trabaja" and "The land belongs to the one that works it" at the bottom. A stamp on the back identifies this poster as the property of el Centro Cultural de la Raza. Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 052

Savage ca. 1982-1983

creator: Torero, Mario Acevedo

Comments/Descriptions

Image is of an indigenous person holding his rifle over his shoulder. Behind him is a red sun (or moon) with Chinese characters. At his feet is a dog. There is a signature that was part of the screening process that reads "Mario" with a star. Photographer: UCSB photography
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 053

My Country Right or Wrong ca. 1987

creator: Allen, Richard Morris

Comments/Descriptions

From 911-A House Gone Wrong Exhibition organized by Border Arts Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo, San Diego, CA (April 1987). Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 054

(title unknown) ca. 1989

creator: Almada, Felipe

Comments/Descriptions

From the Gaia Pacifica: The Art of Activism Exhibition, organized by Mary Hsi at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (April 14-May 6, 1989). Two human forms stand in grass framed against a blue sky. One is white covered with black spots; the other is green with a pink and black short, wavy line pattern spread over the body. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 055

Sonido de Colores: First Annual Xichano Music Festival 1974

creator: Alurista, Irene

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza for a music festival (April 19-21, 1974) which changed locations each day. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 056

Corazon del Indio ca. 1970

creator: Aranda, Guillermo

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 057

Dance with the Yellow Rattle 1985

creator: Aranda, Guillermo

Comments/Descriptions

From the Reunion XX--20th Anniversarye Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (June 15-July 29, 1990). Print of a Native American dancing and shaking a yellow rattle. The person is wearing a headdress and ankle rattles (which were frequently made from cocoons with a stone or bean placed inside). See slide 195(33) [Cat. 3 081()] for an installation view. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 058

Eagle Warrior 1988

creator: Aranda, Guillermo

Comments/Descriptions

From the Reunion XX--20th Anniversary Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (June 15-July 29, 1990). Black and white print of a Native American man with three stripes of a geometric spiral pattern in red, blue and white running diagonally across the print. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 059

From Out of the Ashes 1990

creator: Aranda, Guillermo

Comments/Descriptions

From the Reunion XX--20th Anniversary Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (June 15-July 29, 1990). Print of a skeleton with a normal face (non-skeletal) wearing an eagle headdress and the wing of a bird on one arm. See slide 195 (33) [Cat. 3 081()] for installation view. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 060

Huelga 1971

creator: Aranda, Guillermo

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza for a Huelga at Parque de San Ysidro. Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 061

Star Dancer 1988

creator: Aranda, Guillermo

Comments/Descriptions

From the Reunion XX--20th Anniversary Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (June 15-July 29, 1990). Print of a Native American dancer, three feathers on headdress, holding a group of feathers. A circle in the background is of a star with eight points with a shell in its center. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 062

(title unknown) 1971

creator: Aranda, Guillermo

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza. Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 063

(title unknown) ca. 1971

creator: Aranda, Guillermo

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza. Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 064

(title unknown) ca. 1971

creator: Aranda, Guillermo

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza. Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 065

(title unknown) ca. 1971

creator: Aranda, Guillermo

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA. Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 066

(title unknown) 1974

creator: Aranda, Guillermo

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza. Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 067

Ollin Tonatiuh (movement)-(Sun)* *Fathersun Move on Round Motherearth 1974

Comments/Descriptions

First silkscreen by Toltecas en Aztlán. Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 068

The 3rd Annual Day at the Park undated

creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for The 3rd Annual Day at the Park. Image is of a man and a woman in a lowrider and the Chicano Park Kiosco. Text reads, "Brown Image presents/ The 3rd Annual Day at the Park/ Lowrider Car and Bike Show!/ Chicano Park Under the Bridge/ Free and Open to the Community/ 1 PM - 6PM/ Funn Band/ Malo Sounds D.J./ Brown Image is a Member of the San Diego Lowrider Car Club Council Which is Dedicated to Promoting Unity Between All San Diego Car Clubs and Barrios. C/S/ Dance Award Ceremony/ Centro Cultural de la Raza/ Balboa Park's Pepper Grove/ 8PM-1AM/ $3 Donation/ In Association with Budweiser Michelob/ Saturday (Day and Night) August 15". The lower right corner is ripped, removing information about the date and printing center. Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 069(1-3)

The Border is an International Fiction undated

creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

Pages from the journal Fiction International (San Diego, CA) focusing on the ongoing debate about the U.S./Mexican border. Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 070(1-2)

Celebration 1982

creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza for a celebration at University of California, San Diego on May 7, 1982. It features Jose Montoya, the Chicano band "Califas," "Mariachi," "El Gusto," and various dance groups. 38: The graphic used for the poster is separate. Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 071(1-3)

Centro Cultural de la Raza Workshops '81 1981

creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza for mural painting, ceramics, dance and other workshops. Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 072

Chicano Film Festival 1981

creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza for the Chicano Film Festival at University of California, San Diego featuring Jose Luis Ruiz, Lourdes Portillo, Moctesuma Esparza, Jesus Treviño and Sylvia Morales. Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 073(1-2)

CUDA (Cultural Unity Day of Awareness) 1980

creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

Poster for the Cultural Unity Day Awareness at the University of California, San Diego. Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 074

El Obrero y Sus Derechos 1980

creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza for a handbook printed by the Comite de los Amigos that informs workers with labor problems whom to contact for help. Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 075

Festival de los Teatros Chicanos 1977

creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

Poster for Centro Cultural de la Raza for the Eighth Chicano Theatre Festival (July 3-10, 1977). Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 076

Jarocho Concert/Jose Gutierrez 1980

creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza for a jarocho concert. Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 077

One Hundred Year Anniversary-José Guadalupe Posada--Antonio Vanegas Arroyo 1980

creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza for an exhibition in two places. At Southwestern college, Posada and Manuel Manilla's original prints and newspaper broadsides were shown; at Centro Cultural de la Raza, contemporary work influenced by Posada was shown along with work by Posada, Vanegas Arroyo and Manilla. Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 078

Portrait of Francisco Sanchez, Shot to Death by the Border Patrol on December 8, 1980 1980

creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

Hand with barbed wire and the head of a man with his eyes closed and an identification number under the chin. The words read: "Imagine there's no countries". Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 079

(title unknown) undated

creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA Photographer: unknown
Album 7, Slide Cat.5 080

"Vine, Vi...y Mejor me Fui" de Willebaldo López 1979

creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA. Photographer: unknown
Album 7, 8, Slide Cat.5 081(1-12)

Y Que Magazine Cover 1979

creator: Avalos, David

Comments/Descriptions

This series of color and black and white photo-copies combines and recombines elements to create different compositions. Y Que is a magazine devoted to color xerography. Photographer: unknown
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 082

Celebration of the Arts 1977

creator: Barajas, Sal

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza. Music by: Oaxaca; Poetry by: Poets from San Jose, California; Art Exhibit by: local Artists. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 083

Los Mascarones undated

creator: Barajas, Sal

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza for a theater presentation by Los Mascarones. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 084

Reflexions: A Chicano-Latino Art Exhibition (Aug) 1978

creator: Barajas, Sal
creator: Lopez, Yolanda M., 1942-

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza for the Reflexions Exhibition, "a state-wide art exhibit focusing on the Chicano-Latino experience and the development of contemporary 'arte de la Raza'". Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 085

Un Día con la Mujer undated

creator: Barajas, Sal

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza for Día con la Mujer. A poem by Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz is reprinted. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 086

Una Noche con California (Nov 18) 1977

creator: Barajas, Sal

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza advertising the film "Fighting for Our Lives," Scott Washburn from the United Farm Workers Association and music by Ramon "Chunky" Sanchez and Los Lobos. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 087

Una Noche con California 1978

creator: Barajas, Sal

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza advertising a film: "The Blood of the Condor", Danza Azteca, and music by Marimba Guatemalteca. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 088

Rifa undated

creator: Castellanos, Leonard

Comments/Descriptions

Red and black silkscreen portrait of Emilio Zapata wearing a hat and a bandanna tied around his neck. The background is yellow. Below image area reads: "RIFA". Needs conservation treatment. There are three copies of this print in the Galería de la Raza collection of silkscreens. Photographer: unknown
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 089

Cesar Chavez 1975

creator: Cid, Armando, 1943-2009

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement Poster for "Cesar Chavez." Black and red stylized drawing of farmworkers, black type reads: "Estop [sic] Alto / yo miro myself tu quien es Simon Mexico we dont [sic] / want you messkin [sic] Messco, yo soy Warrior De / Corazon Pinche Hüeay un des Madre De Chica-Patas / and I am Tired of Jew / Mexico Cid, c/s / Huelga; / Cesar Chavez, May 3, 1975 11 AM-SAT, Sac. State University Quad." There is a copy of this print in the Royal Chicano Air Force collection of silkscreens. Photographer: unknown
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 090

Concurso de Cartel 1992

creator: Covarrubias, Martha

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for "Concurso de Cartel". Image is of the head of a deer. The tips of its antlers are pointed and resemble pencils. Text reads, "El Programa Cultural de las Fronteras del Consejo Nacional Para la Cultura y Las Artes/ Convoca al/ Concurso de Cartel/ Festival internacional de la/ Raza 1992". Text on either side of the deer's neck lists contest rules and procedures. Photographer: unknown
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 091

Live on the Street 1983

creator: Cultural Productions

Comments/Descriptions

Bumper sticker produced by Teen Connection. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 092

The Spirit of Ché Lives in the New Evergreen undated

creator: Davis, Paul, 1938-

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza of Che Guevara. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 093

El Centro de Artistas Chicanos 1975

creator: Favela, Ricardo

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza advertising "posters, murales y clases de Arte para la Gente". Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 094

Untitled (Dec 1) 1977

creator: Flores, Johnny

Comments/Descriptions

Photographer: unknown
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 095

La Historia de California-1977 1977

creator: Galería de la Raza (San Francisco, Calif.).

Comments/Descriptions

Photographer: unknown
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 096

Pensamiento Serpentino 1978

creator: Gamboa, Socorro

Comments/Descriptions

Photocopy of a pen and ink drawing for the Chicano Park mural Sueños Serpentinos. See 24(1) [Cat. 8 ?] and 24(3) [Cat. 9 ?] for alternate views. Photographer: Ken Hedges
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 097

¡Cesen Deportación! 1973

creator: Garcia, Rupert, 1941-

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 098

Che Guevara undated

creator: [Artist Unknown]

Comments/Descriptions

Poster for Centro Cultural de la Raza of Che Guevara. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 099

Mozambique Educational Fund: Work-Study-Unity 1977

creator: Garcia, Rupert, 1941-

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 100

Aztlán City: S and W Border Locos 1984

creator: James, Darrel

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 101

Women Take Back the Night/ Mujeres Reclamen la Noche 1980

creator: Jeung-Mills, Connie

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for Women Take Back the Night/ Mujeres Reclamen le Noche. Image is of a woman holding a torch. Text reads, "march and rally/ marcha y manifestación/ 5pm/ City College Student Center (15th and C sts.)/ 299-7098/741-0453/ 263-2881: bilingual/ san diego county/ 4 de octubre 1980". Photographer: unknown
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 102

¡Que Siga Viviendo Nuestra Cultura!/ Keep Our Culture Alive! ca. 1980

creator: Jeung-Mills, Connie
creator: Unidos, Sherman

Comments/Descriptions

1981 calendar. Text in English. Image is of an Aztec warrior holding a limp woman Photographer: unknown
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 103

Illustration for Zanamontana ca. 1989

creator: Kent, Christopher W.

Comments/Descriptions

From the Gaia Pacifica: The Art of Activism Exhibition organized by Mary Hsi at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (Apr 14- May 6) 1989. Print of a bear grabbing the tire of a truck hauling away a tree stump and organic debris. The forest in the background has been clear-cut. Several fires scattered across the landscape burn the rejected wood scraps. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Photographer: unknown
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 104

La Segunda Independencia undated

creator: Lima, Victor

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from La Raza Silkscreens that reproduces a poem by Victor Lima. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 105

Bailando Together undated

creator: Limon, Leo

Comments/Descriptions

From the Gaia Pacifica: The Art of Activism" Exhibition organized by Mary Hsi at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (Apr 14- May 6) 1989. Abstract print of people dancing around gigantic, flowering cacti. Symbols used to indicate speech (speech scrolls) in the ancient Mexican codices are suspended in the sky. Printed by Self-Help Graphics. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Photographer: unknown
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 106

Yolanda M. Lopez, Work: 1975-1978 1978

creator: Lopez, Yolanda M., 1942-

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza for an exhibition of Yolanda Lopez's work. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 107

Lolita Lebrón ¡Viva Puerto Rico Libre! undated

creator: Lucero, Linda

Comments/Descriptions

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 Puerto Rican flag design with blue, red and white colors as the background, and the sentence "¡Viva Puerto Rico Libre!" repeated a number of times filling the composition space. See: Ref. "A Public Voice, Fifteen Years of Chicano Posters", Goldman, Shifra, Art Journal, v. 44, No. 1, 1984, p.50-57. One of the prints has a stamp on the back that identifies it as property of the Centro Cultural de la Raza. There are two copies of this print in the Galería de la Raza collection of silkscreen posters. Photographer: unknown
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 108

Lolita Lebrón ¡Que Viva Puerto Rico Libre! 1978

creator: Lucero, Linda

Comments/Descriptions

Rendering of a portrait of Lolita Lebrón on a blue background. She has abundant red hair, is wearing earrings, and is looking away from the viewer. Text reads, "Lolita Lebrón ¡Que Viva Puerto Rico Libre!" A stamp on the back of the print identifies it as the property of el Centro Cultural de la Raza. There is a copy of this print in the Galería de la Raza collection of silkscreens. Photographer: unknown
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 109

Ocnoceni 1985

creator: M [?], C [?]

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for Poyesis Genética's production of "Ocnoceni". Image is of a woman dancing with a calavera. Text reads, "Ocnoceni/ Teatro Multi Media/ casa de la cultura/ 4 de mayo/ 8 p.m. $300/ sebs/ dac" Photographer: unknown
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 110

Celebramos la Victoria de Nicargua 1979

creator: Maciel, Alfonso

Comments/Descriptions

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 him reads, ""Celebremos la Victoria de Nicaragua [/] El Viernes 20 de Julio de 1979 a las 7:00 P.M&amp;gt; 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 [sic] $3 [/] Committee of Solidarity/Non-Intervention in Nicaragua [/] Hands off Nicaragua Coalition MCC." There is a copy of this print in the Galería de la Raza collection of silkscreens. Photographer: unknown
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 111

(title unknown) undated

creator: Maradiaga, Ralph

Comments/Descriptions

Poster printed by Royal Chicano Air Force. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 112

José Martí 1979

creator: Melara, Oscar

Comments/Descriptions

Rendering of a portrait of Jose Martí in the old-fashioned crosshatching style. The image is framed by an oval shape surrounded by laurels on each side. Green lettering reads: "Jose Marti". [Note: There is a copy of this print in the Galería de la Raza collection of silkscreens. It is from information about this print that the artist's name was discovered.] Photographer: unknown
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 113

Untitled 1988

creator: McCabe, Michael

Comments/Descriptions

From the We Are Part of the Earth Exhibition, curated by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (April 6-May 20, 1990). Abstract print with a pale, green X in the center, burnt sienna background with turquoise, umber and white areas that resemble strips of torn paper. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Photographer: unknown
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 114

I Want to Die a Slave to Principles, Not to Men 1969

creator: Montoya, Malaquías, 1938-

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza that reprints a quote from Emiliano Zapata in English and in Spanish. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 115

José Montoya Multi-Media show on the Pachuco and Cholo 1980

creator: Montoya, José, 1932-

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 116

(title unknown) undated

creator: Montoya, Delilah M.

Comments/Descriptions

Poem by Alurista for the Cinco de Mayo show at University of California, San Diego. Photographer: unknown
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 117

My Country Right or Wrong (Apr 2) 1987

creator: Morse, Richard

Comments/Descriptions

From the Heart Art Exhibition at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (February 12-March 12, 1989). Photographer: unknown
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 118

Espejo del Barrio Art Exposition 1975

creator: Nuñez, Armando

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza for an art exposition, June 8-14, 1975. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 119

Become Bilingual undated

creator: Nuñez, Armando

Comments/Description

Black text on a silver background reads " previous hit become bilingual ". Black designs seem to project the message from the lower right corner.
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 120(1-2)

10th Anniversary Celebration 1981

creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza advertising Fabiolita Ortiz con los Reyneros de Monterrey, Poncho Sanchez, Tambu Ensemble and others. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 121

Amerindia 1974

creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza for "Amerindia: A gathering or Xichano and Mexican harts [sic] who lift the nationhood through poetry, theater and dialogue" at San Diego State University, Logan Heights and Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 122

Border Mezz-teez-o 1993

creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Comments/Descriptions

An unfurled scroll ripped in half separates two faces that look away from each other to opposite side of the print. The face on the left is indigenous, and words on his half of the scroll read, "La Frontera, Aztlán, Tragado de Libre Comerce Rico, Dompe, Rodillas, Justicia," and "Indio". The face on the right wears a helmet and a grate over the mouth with the words "English Only". Words on his half of the scroll read, The Border, Acquired Land, Free Trade, Dump, Rodino Bill, Just U.S." and "Slave". On either side of the faces are words and images associated with the border. Background is a gradation from blue to pink. Photographer: unknown
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 123

Centro Cultural de la Raza Emblem undated

creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Comments/Descriptions

Silkscreened emblem of the Centro Cultural de la Raza. A ring of feathered serpents surrounds a heart with eagle wings. Text reads, "Centro Cultural de la Raza" and "Toltecas en Aztlan". Silkscreened signature has bled and is illegible. Photographer: unknown
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 124

Centro Cultural de la Raza Presenta Teatro de la Esperanza en "La Victima" 1977

creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 125

Centro Cultural de la Raza Presenta Teatro y Musica of Siripo de Argentina 1976

creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza for music and theater on October 30, 1976 at the Center. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 126

Chicano Park Day 1976

creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Comments/Descriptions

Announcement poster for Chicano Park Day. Image is of a freeway support column in the shape of a raised fist. At its base are several chicano icons. Text reads, "Chicano Park Day/ Ceremonial Anniversary 1976/ Saturday April 24, 10:A.M./ Ray Vasquez - Mello Movements - Mariachis y Special Guests/ Booths - Food - Refrescos - Information C.P.S.C. 236-1228 ext. 68" Photographer: unknown
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 127

Chicano Park Day: Ceremonial Anniversary 1976 1976

creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 128

Gaia Pacifica Logo ca. 1989

creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Comments/Descriptions

From the Gaia Pacifica: The Art of Activism Exhibition, organized by Mary Hsi at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (Apr 14- May 6) 1989. Black and white poster for the exhibition. A circle is in the center with a symbol that means "balance, earth and water." Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs. Photographer: unknown
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 129

Grupo Folklorico Nayar, Teatro Aventado de Longo, Flor del Pueblo y Los Lobos 1971

creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Comments/Descriptions

Poster from Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA. Photographer: Victor Ochoa
Album 8, Slide Cat.5 130(1-2)

Independencia: Chicano Park Independencia Celebration 1971