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Environmental Graphics, Announcement Poster for 1978

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 34 x 22 in.; Paper size: 34 x 22 in.
creator: Baker, Eric

Description/Comments

Offset poster announcing a slide show depicts white directional arrows pointing in all directions. The rest of the poster is red and green. Text reads, "Environmental Graphics John Follis on behalf of the American Institute of Graphic Arts presents Environmental Design: Signing and Graphics; A slide exhibition of architectural signing and graphics relating to total environment, either interior or exterior. Sponsored by Patrick Maddux &amp; Co. and the San Diego Communicating Arts Group. Wednesday, February 15, 1978, 7:00 PM at the San Diego Gas &amp; Electric Company Auditorium located at 101 Ash Street San Diego. This is not a dinner meeting. Light refreshments will be served. There will be no charge. Paper: Nolan Paper Co. Printing: Arts and Crafts Press Typography: Central Graphics Production: Eric Baker".; fund: Patrick Maddux and Co. and the San Diego Communicating Arts Group; chop mark: Printed at Arts and Crafts Press..
 

Xultun Tarot 1976

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 27.5 x 18 in.; Paper size: 32 x 20 in.
creator: Balin, Peter

Description/Comments

Offset print depicts Mayans, Mayan glyphs, and Mayan iconography. The print is divided into three parts. Text within the image area reads, "Xultún Tarot" and below the image reads, ""Xultun Tarot (copyright) 1976 by Peter Balin All Rights Reserved". This print is torn at the top.
 

Four Arrows, Announcement Poster for 1978

General Physical Description note: photocopy?; Image size: 15.25 x 9.5 in.; Paper size: 17 x 11 in.
creator: Barajas, Sal

Description/Comments

Photocopied announcement poster on yellow paper depicts an indigenous face in a feather headdress. Text reads, "El Centro Cultural de la Raza Presents: Una noche indigena con; Four Arrows A group of native people of the Americas At The Centro Cultural de la Raza Friday; Februaruy 3rd, 1978 6:30 to 10:45PM". A schedule of events there follows. An image of the Centro Cultural de la Raza building appears in the lower left hand corner.; fund: Centro Cultural de la Raza and California Arts Council.
 

1980 National Chicano Moratorium March and Rally, Announcement Poster for 1980

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21 x 15.75 in.; Paper size: 22 x 17 in.
creator: C., Carlos

Description/Comments

Silkscreen poster announcing the 1980 National Chicano Moratorium March &amp; Rally depicts a man holding a wrench in the air. Text reads, "1980 National Chicano Moratorium March &amp; Rally Aug. 30 East L.A. Cal. No Draft-Freeze Prices &amp; Excessive Profits-End Immigration Raids-Stop Police Brutality &amp; Killing-Expand Bi-lingual Bi-Cultural Programs-Adequate Health Care &amp; Education For Info. On Transportation And Boarding Contact The National Chicano Moratorium Committee At (213) 224-9168 5244 Huntington Dr. L.A. Cal 90032". There is tape on the back of this print.; fund: National Chicano Moratorium Committee.
 

Emiliano Zapata Junto A Una Escalera ca. 1981

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 14.5 x 9.5 in.; Paper size: 19 x 12.5 in.
creator: Casasola, Agustín Víctor, 1874-1938

Description/Comments

Offset print of a sepia Casasola (or Brehme) photograph of Emiliano Zapata holding a rifle as he stands next to a staircase. Text reads, "Agustin V. Casasola: 100 Photographs f the Mexican Revolution, Centro Cultural de la Raza, November 8-30, 1981, Info: (714) 235-6135".; fund: California Arts Council, City of San Diego, and COMBO.
 

Pancho Villa 1981

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 17 x 9.75 in.; Paper size: 19 x 12.5 in.
creator: Casasola, Agustín Víctor, 1874-1938

Description/Comments

Offset print of a Casasola sepia photograph of General Pancho Villa. Text reads, "Agustin V. Casasola: 100 Photographs f the Mexican Revolution, Centro Cultural de la Raza, November 8-30, 1981, Info: (714) 235-6135". There is further information about the exhibit below the image area: "The Casasola Exhibition is the highlight of Noviembre Revolucionario, a month-long series of cultural events focusing on the Mexican Revolution and organized by the Centro Cultural de la Raza P.O. Box 8251, San Diego, CA 92102, (714) 235-6135. Partial funding by California Arts Council, City of San Diego and COMBO. The photography exhibit itself is being toured by San Francisco's Galeria de la Raza and is from the collection of Minerva and Gilberto V. Martinez."; fund: California Arts Council, City of San Diego, and COMBO.
 

Soldaderas 1981

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 23 x 15 in.; Paper size: 25 x 19 in.
creator: Casasola, Agustín Víctor, 1874-1938

Description/Comments

Offset print of a Casasola sepi photograph depicting Mexican Revolutionary soldiers and soldaderas, the women who fed, supported, and fought alongside them. Text reads, "Agustin V. Casasola: 100 Photographs f the Mexican Revolution, Centro Cultural de la Raza, November 8-30, 1981, Info: (714) 235-6135".; fund: California Arts Council, City of San Diego, and COMBO.
 

Villa En La Silla Presidencial 1981

General Physical Description note: offset print of a sepia photograph; Image size: 7 x 9.25 in.; Paper size: 9 x 12.5 in.
creator: Casasola, Agustín Víctor, 1874-1938

Description/Comments

Offset print of a Casasola sepia photograph depicts General Pancho Villa seated next to Emiliano Zapata. Revolutionary soldiers surround them. Text reads, "Agustin V. Casasola: 100 Photographs of the Mexican Revolution, Centro Cultural de la Raza, November 8-30, 1981, Info: (714) 235-6135".; fund: California Arts Council, City of San Diego, and COMBO.
 

Zapata Montado a Caballo 1981

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 23 x 15 in.; Paper size: 25 x 19 in.
creator: Casasola, Agustín Víctor, 1874-1938

Description/Comments

Offset print of a Casasola sepia photo depicts Emiliano Zapata on a horse. Text reads, "Agustin V. Casasola: 100 Photographs f the Mexican Revolution, Centro Cultural de la Raza, November 8-30, 1981, Info: (714) 235-6135".; fund: California Arts Council, City of San Diego, and COMBO.
 

Zapatistas en el Sanborn's de los Azulejos en 1914 1981

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 7 x 9.25 in.; Paper size: 9 x 12.5 in.
creator: Casasola, Agustín Víctor, 1874-1938

Description/Comments

Offset print of a Casasola sepia photograph depicts two Zapatista soldiers at Sanborn's Cafe. Text reads, "Agustin V. Casasola: 100 Photographs f the Mexican Revolution, Centro Cultural de la Raza, November 8-30, 1981, Info: (714) 235-6135".; fund: California Arts Council, City of San Diego, and COMBO.
 

Rifa undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 27.5 x 22 in.; Paper size: 29 x 23.125 in.
creator: Castellanos, Leonard

Description/Comments

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.; chop mark: In lower right is a sun. Mechicano?; photographer: UCSB photography
 

Xicanindio Unity Conference, Announcement Poster for 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 14 x 10.5 in.; Paper size: 17 x 11 in.
creator: Castillo, Raztlán

Description/Comments

Silkscreen poster announcing a conference depicts a man in front of the word "Aztlán" with his gaze cast upward. Beneath him is an indigenous shield on the body of a United Farm Workers eagle. Text reads, "Xicanindio Unity Conference Nov. 25-26, 1978 Guadalupe, AZ."
 

13 Annual MEChA High School Conference, Announcement Poster for, 1983

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 16.5 x 10.5 in.; Paper size: 17 x 11 in.
creator: Chivo

Description/Comments

Offset poster on yellow paper announcing MEChA's high school conference depics a male and a female graduate in black ink. Text reads, "¡Ponte trucha! haz la lucha...¡Educate! Be Aware, Get Involved, Educate Yourself! 13th Annual MEChA High School Conference Saturday, November 19, 1983 8AM to 5PM San Diego State University Entertainment, Food, Speakers and Workshops: Workshops include: -Arte Y Cultura -Barrio Unity -Bilingual Education -Business -Education As An Alternative To The Military -Engineering -EOP/Financial Aid -Health Professions -La Mujer -Law And Immigration -Community College Transfer Requirements Sponsored in part by: Educational Opportunity Program, Cultural Arts Board, and the Associated Students, San Diego State University. For More Information Call MEChA @ 265-6541".; fund: Educational Opportunity Program, Cultural Arts Board, and the Associated Students, San Diego State University.
 

Cesar Chavez, Announcement Poster for 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16.75 x 22.5 in.; Paper size: 19 x 25 in.
creator: Cid, Armando, 1943-2009

Description/Comments

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.; chop mark: Lower right; photographer: UCSB photography
 

Master's Armando Cid, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: photocopy(?); Image size: 13 x 10.5 in.; Paper size: 14 x 11 in.
creator: Cid, Armando, 1943-2009

Description/Comments

Photocopied (?) poster announcing an exhibition of Armando Cid's work depicts a grotesque clown shaking hands with a man na business suit, possibly Jimmy Carter. Text reads, "Master's Armando Cid April 6-May 3 Hr. 12-5 Reception April 6, 8 P.M. 629 15th &amp; G sts. 446-0831 Sacramento Barrios Gallery"; .
 

We Honor Our Indian People Who Died At Wounded Knee 1973

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 9.5 x 15.5 in.; Paper size: 11 x 17 in.
creator: Cortéz, Carlos, 1923-2005

Description/Comments

Silkscreen commemoration for massacre victims depicts three Native Americans. Text reads, "Native American Committee We honor Our Indian People Who Died At Wounded Knee 1873-1973." Also included in the image is the CAC emblem with an animal dated 1983, and the symbol of the Industrial Workers of the World, who donated labor.; fund: Industrial Workers of the World.
 

Concurso de Cartel, Announcement Poster for 1992

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22 x 33.25 in.; Paper size: 23.375 x 34.625 in.
creator: Covarrubias, Martha

Description/Comments

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.; chop mark: Lower right corner reads "Consejo Nacional Para La Cultura y Las Artes"; photographer: UCSB photography
 

Day of the Dead El Día de los Muertos, Announcement Poster for 1981

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 23.5 x 19 in.; Paper size: 34 x 22 in.

Description/Comments

Offset poster announcing an art exhibition depicts a Día de los Muertos celebration. Text reads, "Day of the Dead El Día de los Muertos Clay Morrison, Curator West Hubbard Gallery 61 W. Hubbard St. Oct. 3 to Nov. 28, 1981 Gallery Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 11:00-5:00, Thursday 11:00-7:00 This program supported in part by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Illinois Arts Council, and the Chicago Council on Fine Arts. Poster artwork by Alejandro Romero; design by Miles DeCoster."; fund: National Endowment for the Arts, Illinois Arts Council, and the Chicago Council on Fine Arts.
 

La Celebracion Del Año Nuevo Mexicano, Announcement Poster for 1982

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 22 x 16.5 in.; Paper size: 28.5 x 18.5 in.
creator: Diaz, Aurelio

Description/Comments

Offset announcement poster for the Mexican New Year celebration depicts an Aztec calendar filling the sky above a Mexican pyramid. Indigenous people celebrate the New Year at its base. Signature in the image area reads, "Aurelio Diaz 1982 Tektankalli" and features an indigenous symbol. Text outside the image area reads, "Chispa presenta La Celebracion Del Año Nuevo Mexicano Febrero 27, 1982 7 to 9 P.M. Llamar a 829-4047 421-4467 Iglesia de San Pius 1909 S. Ashland Chicano, Ill. 60617".; fund: Chicago Council on Fine Arts; chop mark: Lower left corner reads, "Printed by Andromeda Champaign, Illinois"..
 

La Feria de San Marcos, Announcement Poster for 1983

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 25 x 14.25 in.; Paper size: 26 x 19 in.
creator: Diaz, Aurelio

Description/Comments

Offset poster announcing an amusement fair features an Aurelio Diaz painting depicting a man holding a carnival in his hands, musicians, a cinema, and an Aztec sun over a cityscape. Text reads, "la Feria de San Marcos Cermak Road Chamber of Commerce Invites You to the Feria de San Marcos Julio 7 al 17 July 7 thru 17 Cermak Road y Rockwell".; fund: Cermak Road Chamber of Commerce, Miller Brewing Company, and La Preferida Liquors.
 

Canto a Los Cuatro Vientos, Announcement Poster for 1982

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 22 x 16.5 in.; Paper size: 28 x 20 in.
creator: Diaz Tekpankalli, Aurelio

Description/Comments

Offset announcement poster for "Canto a los Cuatro Vientos" depicts a rose in front of the world. A circle surrounding the globe contains indigenous icons and symbols. Behind the circle are upright arrows. Behind the arrows is a modern cityscape. In the foreground are indigenous Chicanos, one of which exhales a cloud of smoke. Another blows into a conch shell. An open book with Mayan drawings on is pages is in the center of the foreground. Signature inside the image area reads, "Aurelio Diaz Tekpankalli 1982" and features an indigenous symbol. Text outside the image area reads, "Canto a Los Cuatro Vientos Benito Juarez H.S. 22 De Agosto 3:00 P.M. Kanto al Pueblo Tribunal Jara Vientos Solar 5 Siglos de Resistencia Universidad Internacional 2529 W. Division Street 500 Years of Resistance Uptown Center Hull House 4520 N. Beacon St. Agosto 21 al 27, Chicago Agosto 28 al 31, Carbondale 30 de Julio al 31 de Agosto August 5-27".; fund: Chicago Council on Fine Arts and Kanto al Pueblo.
 

(title unknown) 1982

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.25 x 13.5 in.; Paper size: 23.5 x 18 in.
creator: García, Sal

Description/Comments

Monochrome silkscreen print depicts a woman with her arm raised. The color is red.; chop mark: Lower left corner of back reads, "Centro Cultural de la Raza P.O. Box 8251, San Diego, CA 92102 (714) 235-6135".
 

Chale con Paint undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 17.5 x 12.5 in.; Paper size: 22.5 x 14.25 in.
creator: García, Sal

Description/Comments

Silkscreen poster depicts a calavera holding an can of aerosol spraypaint. Text on the can reads, "La Muerte Paint Co." Text on the poster reads, "Paint Kills", "Chale con Paint", and "Don't Sniff". This print has been defaced repeatedly.
 

El Salvador 1982

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 19.5 x 14.25 in.; Paper size: 23.5 x 18 in.
creator: García, Sal

Description/Comments

Silkscreen print features a red open-mouthed face in the center of a black square with the five-pointed star and three bars symbolizing the armed forces. The red ink from the face drips toward the bottom of the print, creating the impression of blood. Stencilled text beneath the image area reads, "El Salvador".; chop mark: Lower left corner of back reads, "Centro Cultural de la Raza P.O. Box 8251, San Diego, CA 92102 (714) 235-6135".
 

Imperialism I 1982

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 11 x 8.5 in.; Paper size: 23.5 x 18 in.
creator: García, Sal

Description/Comments

Abstract print features a red square above an image of a tarantula. A blue thumbprint appears in the lower right corner of the image area.; chop mark: Lower right corner of back reads, "Centro Cultural de la Raza P.O. Box 8251, San Diego, CA 92102 (714) 235-6135".
 

Imperialism II 1982

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 11.5 x 9 in.; Paper size: 23.5 x 18 in.
creator: García, Sal

Description/Comments

Abstract print features a black square above an image of a tarantula. There are also splatters of red and blue ink.; chop mark: Lower right corner of back reads, "Centro Cultural de la Raza P.O. Box 8251, San Diego, CA 92102 (714) 235-6135".
 

Imperialism III 1982

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 10 x 7.5 in.; Paper size: 23.5 x 18 in.
creator: García, Sal

Description/Comments

Abstract print features a blue square above an image of a tarantula. Splotches of blue ink appear throughout the image area.; chop mark: Upper right corner of back reads, "Centro Cultural de la Raza P.O. Box 8251, San Diego, CA 92102 (714) 235-6135".
 

C.U.D.A., Announcement Poster for 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 14 x 11 in.; Paper size: 22.5 x 17.5 in.
creator: Garcilazo

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for the Cultural Unity Day of Awareness depicts four faces above the letters "C.U.D.A." Text reads, "Cultural Unity Day of Awareness FRI. Oct 5, 1979 Mandeville Center Quad 10:30 AM - 5:30 PM Speakers, Entertainment, Food, Crafts Herman Baca Denis [sic] Banks Shirley Weber Philip Vera Cruz". There follows a program schedule. The ink is black and the paper is yellow. This print is in need of conservation attention.; fund: Associated students of UCSD, Third College, Lumumba/Zapata College, Revelle College, Muir College, Warren College, Vice Chancelor Student Affairs, U.E.O., SAAC, BSU, MECHA, NASA, AASA, Committee on Chicano Rights, Centro Cultural De La Raza, Indian.
 

(title unknown) 1980

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 19 x 17 in.; Paper size: 20 x 18 in.
creator: Gomez, Ignacio

Description/Comments

Offset print of a painting depicts a young Chicano looking into the distance. In front of him are a ceramic vase, flowers, the Mexican National Seal, and a pyramid. Behind him are the faces of a conquistador, an Aztec, a calendar, a mission, and a skyscraper.; chop mark: P.O. Box 341, Glendale, California 91209.
 

(title unknown) 1980

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 23 x 17 in.; Paper size: 24 x 18 in.
creator: Gomez, Ignacio

Description/Comments

Offset poster depicts four Chicano children holding the tools of the professions of law, medicine, and science. In front of them are symbols of Mexican identity: the national seal, folklórico dancers, and the Aztec calendar. Text beneath the image area reads,; .
 

Musica Hispana de Nuestras Vidas Hispanic Music In Our Lives, 1982 Calendar 1981

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 17.5 x 10 in.; Paper size: 19.5 x 12.25 in.
creator: Gomez, Ignacio

Description/Comments

Offset calendar for 1982 features paintings by Hispanic artists pertaining to musical themes. They are El Mundo Baila Conmigo/The World Dances With Us by Jorge Hernández Porto, Nuestros Carnavales/Carnaval: Our Festival Tradition by Manuel Vega, Ritmos de Nostalgia/Our Hispanic Rhythms: The Latin Beat by Dionisio Perkins, Nuestras Cofradías/Cofradías: Our Religious Tradition by Federico Vigil, Nuestras Zarzuelas/Zarzuelas: Our Theater Tradition by Joe Bastida Rodriguez, Tardeadas En Concierto/Concerts in the Parks: Our Classical Tradition by Vicente "Chente" Morales, Mi Canto a la Frontera/ Vaqueros: Our Western Tradition by Manuel Martinez, Melodias De Amor/Melodies of Love: Our Romantic Tradition by Jose Antonio Burciaga, El Cine: Ayer Y Hoy/ Lights, Camera: Samba! Our Film Tradition by Ignacio Gómez, La Riqueza De Mis Pueblos/The Day Of Our Race: Our Many Traditions by Fernando Salicrup, Mis Antepasados Cantan/In Honor Of Our Ancestors: Our Pre-Columbian Tradition by Carolina Flores, and Muchos Pueblos Unidos En Paz/United In Peace: Our Traditions In Transition by Frank Martinez. The cover of the calendar features Music in Our Lifestyles/La Música en mi Vida by Ignacio Gomez, which is a still-life of musical instruments. Text on the cover reads, "The Miller Brewing Company Presenta Musica Hispana En Nuestras Vidas Presents Hispanic Music In Our Lives Almanaque 1982 Calendar".; fund: Miller Brewing Company.
 

Zoot Suit, Announcement Poster for 1980

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 34 x 23 in.; Paper size: 35 x 24 in.
creator: Gomez, Ignacio

Description/Comments

Offset poster announcing a play depicts "El Pachuco", the play's protagonist. Text reads, "Zoot Suit A New American Play by Luis Valdez."
 

El Teatro de la Esperanza, Announcement Poster for 1980

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 22.75 x 17 in.; Paper size: 23.25 x 17.75 in.
creator: Gonzales

Description/Comments

Offset poster announcing a play depicts an octopus' multi-colored tentacles protruding from a structure. A city is visible in the background. Text reads, "El Teatro De La Esperanza The Octopus". This print has adhesive on the back.
 

Artistas Mexico-Americanos, Calendar for 1981 1980

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 18 x 11.5 in.; Paper size: 19 x 12.5 in.
creator: Gonzalez, Don Juan

Description/Comments

Offset calendar for 1981 features several examples of artwork by Mexican-American artists. They are Birth Of Our Art by Don Juan Gonzalez, David Botello, and I. Gomez, et al., Search for Knowledge by D. Robert Arenivar and A. Rosendo Peñalver, Virgen De Guadalupe by C.W. Felix, Discovery Of The Arts &amp; Science by D. Robert Arenivar and A. David Lopez, El Vaquero by Eddie Martinez, Virgen Del Carmen, a sculpture by Rudy Vargas, El Mesquite by David Negron, La Familia by Jose Andres Girón, and El Padre by Frank Martinez. Text reads, "Artistas Mexico- Americanos Presentados Por Cortesia De [7up logo] Embotelladoras Seven-up Del Sur de California 1981", "The Goez Institute of Murals and Fine Arts, a non-profit, apprenticeship type program, was founded in 1969 for the purpose of promoting the works of Mexican-American artists in the United States of America. It has developed into an internationally known center where artists intermingle, learn from one another and help to develope [sic] our talented youth. In future calendar editions look for "The Artist of Year", for further details call Goez at (213) 264-7265.", and "El Instituto de Artes y Murales Goez, es una organizacion no lucrativa que fue fundada en 1969 con el proposito de promover los trabajos de los artistas Mexico-Americanos en los Estados Unidos Americanos. Desde entonces Goez se ha convertido en un centro internacional en donde los artistas se congregan, apprenden [sic] de si mismos y ayudan a nuestra talentosa juventud a desarollarse [sic] en las artes. En futuros calendarios tendremos al "Artista del Año". Llame al Instituto Goez al telefono (213) 264-7265 para mas detalles."; chop mark: Lower right corner reads, "Produced by Augustus Art, LA, CA 90034".
 

Young Art 82, Announcement Poster for 1982

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 21 x 14.125 in.; Paper size: 22 x 15.5 in.
creator: Hill, Brent

Description/Comments

Offset poster announcing an art exhibition features a cubist work by twelfth-grader Brent Hill. Text reads, "Young Art 82 Art Education in the San Diego City and County Schools May 1- June 6, 1982, San Diego Musuem of Art Balboa Park".; fund: WD-40 Corporation; chop mark: Superintendent of Schools, Department of Education, San Diego County. A stamp on the back identifies it as property of the Centro Cultural de la Raza..
 

Fourth Annual Sherman Block Party, Announcement Poster for 1983

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16.25 x 10 in.; Paper size: 17 x 11 in.
creator: J., Daniel

Description/Comments

Silkscreen poster announcing a block party depicts symbols of Mexican and Chicano identity, including a rose, a Mexican flag, a cross, a United Farm Workers huelga eagle, a cholo and a chola, an indigenous couple, a lowrider, and a pyramid. Text in "cholo cursive" script reads, "Fourth Annual Sherman Block Party La Raza Unida Saturday June 11th 1983 21 &amp; market st 1pm-7pm Hora Del [sic] Los Ninos 11am-1pm DJ: "Majestic Sounds" Musica comida Ballet folklorico juegos". The Sherman Unidos (Sherman Unidos in Gothic script surrounding a pair of shaking hands) emblem appears on either side of the text.
 

Fourth Annual Sherman Block Party, Announcement Poster for 1983

General Physical Description note: photocopy; Image size: 8.5 x 5 in.; Paper size: 8.5 x 5.5 in.
creator: J., Daniel

Description/Comments

Photocopied handbill announcing a block party depicts a rose, a Mexican flag, a cross, a United Farm Workers eagle, a cholo, a chola, a lowrider, a Native American couple, and a pyramid. Text reads, "Fourth Annual Sherman Block Party, La Raza Unida, 9 in 83, Saturday June 11th 1983, 21 &amp; Market st. 1p.m. - 7p.m., Hora Del Los Nunos, 11a.m. - 1p.m., DJ: 'Majestic Sounds', Musica - Comida - Ballet - Folklonco - Juegos." There is another, larger version of this print.; fund: Sherman Unidos.
 

Live on the Street!, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 17 x 22 in.; Paper size: 17.25 x 23 in.
creator: J., Daniel

Description/Comments

Silkscreen announcement poster for "Live on the Street!" depicts lowriders in the streets in front of tall buildings and the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge. The faces of Chicanos and Chicanas float in the sky. Poster reads, "Live on the Street! Cultural Productions Aug. 26 8:00 San Diego High School Aug. 28 3:30 Organ Pavillion, Aug. 31 12:00 Community Concourse".; fund: Pathways Counseling, Drug Education, and the Centro Cultural de la Raza.
 

Women Take Back the Night/ Mujeres Reclamen la Noche, Announcement Poster for 1980

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.5 x 17 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.
creator: Jeung-Mills, Connie

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for Women Take Back the Night/ Mujeres Reclamen le Noche. Image is of a woman holding a torch. Text reads, "march &amp; 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: UCSB photography
 

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

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 23 x 17.5 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.
creator: Jeung-Mills, Connie
creator: Unidos, Sherman

Description/Comments

1981 calendar. Text in English. Image is of an Aztec warrior holding a limp woman; photographer: UCSB photography
 

Festival of the Winds, Announcement Mailer for 1982

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 10.25 x 13.5 in.; Paper size: 11.5 x 14.5 in.
creator: Lucero, Stephen P.

Description/Comments

Offset announcement mailer for the Festival of the Winds performance and conference depicts a cosmic feathered serpent with the head of a man with a long white beard. His body surrounds a Mayan temple. Text outside the image area reads, "Morning Star is Coming!", "Original Painting by Stephen P. Lucero - Brochure design, The Creative Board", "Made possible by Chispa Productions, the Chicano Humanities and Arts Council, the Colorado Humanities Program, and META Studio", "June 18: Lord Of The Dawn 8 P.M. Denver's Paramount Theatre Tickets: Datatix outlets or 433-9372 June 19-21 Conference Camp of the Rockies, Estes Park Center", and "Festival Of The Winds June 18-21, 1982". The back features event information and a registration form.; fund: Chispa Productions, the Chicano Humanities and Arts Council, the Colorado Humanities Program, and META Studio.
 

Lolita Lebrón °Que Viva Puerto Rico Libre! 1978

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.5 x 17.5 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.
creator: Lucero, Linda

Description/Comments

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. This print has tape on the back.; chop mark: In lower right corner reads "© 1978 La Raza Silkscreen Center 3174 - 16th St.. (415) 863-5364"; photographer: UCSB photography
 

Lolita Lebrón: °Viva Puerto Rico Libre! undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 18.75 x 26.25 in.; Paper size: 22.5 x 28.5 in.
creator: Lucero, Linda

Description/Comments

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.; chop mark: Lower right reads "Copyright La Raza Silkscreen Center"; photographer: UCSB photography
 

(title unknown) 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 10 x 9.5 in.; Paper size: 17 x 11 in.
creator: Luis

Description/Comments

Three red chiles with blue shadows. Some prints have water stains; photographer: UCSB photography
 

Ocnoceni, Announcement Poster for 1985

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 20 x 16.25 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.25 in.
creator: M [?], C [?]

Description/Comments

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".; chop mark: In lower right reads "Diseño Casa de la Cultura// Impreso por el Taller de Serigrafía"; photographer: UCSB photography
 

Celebremos la Victoria de Nicaragua, Announcement Poster for 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 24.75 x 19.1875 in.; Paper size: 26.125 x 20 in.
creator: Maciel, Alfonso

Description/Comments

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. This print has tape on the back; photographer: UCSB photography
 

Mexican Americans In Education Conference, Announcement Poster for 1975

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 12.5 x 15.25 in.; Paper size: 14 x 18 in.
creator: Nuñez, Armando

Description/Comments

Offset poster on an octagonal piece of yellow posterboard depicts an indigenous child reading a book. Text surrounding the image reads, "Mexican Americans In Education Conference Montgomery High School 3250 Palm Ave. San Diego California $4.00 Registration Fee (Includes Lunch) Also Entertainment May 17, 1975 8:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M. For: School Board Members Instructional Aides Administratos Counselors Teachers Students Parents Sponsored By: South Bay A.M.A.E. South Bay School District Dept. of Education San Diego County (National Education Task Force de la Raza) For More Information Call 425-0530". This text is framed by orange and green designs.; fund: South Bay A.M.A.E., South Bay School District, and Dept. of Education San Diego County (National Education Task Force de la Raza); chop mark: Lower left reads, "Diego and Son Printing".
 

La Adelita, 1982 Calendar 1981

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 16.75 x 10.75 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 11.5 in.
creator: Martín, Angel

Description/Comments

Offset calendar for 1982 depicts an erotic soldadera. She holds a flag in one hand and a cornet in the other.
 

A Juánderful Piece, Announcement Poster for Chicanarte 1976

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 19.25 x 17 in.; Paper size: 24 x 17 in.
creator: Madrid, Vicente
creator: Martinez, Rudy

Description/Comments

Offset announcement poster for Chicanarte reproduces a black-and-white version of Rudy Martinez's painting A Juanderful Piece, which depicts a man in a Mexican tourist shirt with roses in front of the lenses of his glasses. Beneath the image are detachable order forms for the book. Text reads, "Chicanarte: The First Major Publication of Chicano Art from the State of California Now available is Chicanarte, a comprehensive document of the artistic expressions in painting, graphics, sculpture, mixed media and photography off 100 artistas Chicanos from California. This collection of Chicano Art originates from Exposición Chicanarte, a statewide exhibition organized by Comité Chicanarte with the cooperation of the Los Angeles Art Department. Chicanarte also includes an introduction, a history of Exposición Chicanarte and commentary on the Chicano Art Movement. The 9" x 10 1/2" format allows for maximum reproduction of over 100 plates with incisive comments from individual artists."; .
 

In The Morning 1969

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 25.5 x 22.5 in.; Paper size: 28.5 x 22.5 in.
creator: McCully, S.G.
creator: McCully, V.H.

Description/Comments

Poster was hand-painted on a vertical spinning machine to create a sunburst effect. The printed image is a tree along the left side of the print. The background is a spckled blue.; chop mark: Lower left corner reads, "(copyright) 69 Synthetic Trips" and a stamp on the back reads, "Synthetic Trips 4734 University Ave. san Diego, Calif. 92105 Ph. 282-1445"..
 

José Martí 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 19.25 x 17 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.
creator: Melara, Oscar

Description/Comments

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.]; chop mark: lower left reads "© 1979 La Raza Silkscreen Center 3174 - 16th St.. (415) 863- [illegible] San Francisco, CA 94103"; photographer: UCSB photography
 

Mexico The Amigo Country - Suite of Tourism Posters undated

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 18 x 24 in.; Paper size: 18 x 24 in.
creator: Consejo Nacional de Turismo (Mexico).

Description/Comments

Series of posters depicting Mexican tourist destinations. Photos are of: the Sea of Cortes/Gulf of California, Cancun, el Canon de la Huasteca near Monterrey, el Hospicio Cabanas in Guadalajara, the National Museum of Anthropology, the Mexico City Cathedal in the Zocalo, Tzintzuntzan, Morelia, Michoacan, Tlaloc (ceremonial urn) in Mexico City, Cuernavaca, Baja California south of Mulege, Guaymas Bay, Xochimilco, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Taxco, San Luis Potosi, La Paz, the Teatro Degollado in Guadalajara, arts and crafts,; fund: Consejo Nacional de Turismo.
 

Jose Montoya's Pachuco Art A Historical Update, Announcement Poster for 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 28 x 10 in.; Paper size: 31 x 13 in.
creator: Montoya, José, 1932-

Description/Comments

Silkscreen poster on yellow paper announcing José Montoya's pachuco art exhibition depicts a calavera pachuco holding the word "Art". Text reads, "Jose Montoya's Pachuco Art A Historical Update Open Ring Art Space 1223 J. St Sacra. 7:30 11:00 P.M. Dec. 9 Thru Jan. 7 1978 Across From The Convention Center Teatro, Musica y Locuras", "El Ralph", "Rifa Por Vida", "La Verdad". This print has suffered wear and has tape on the back.
 

Become Bilingual undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16.5 x 21.625 in.; Paper size: 16.5 x 21.625 in.
creator: Nuñez, Armando

Description/Comments

Black text on a silver background reads "become bilingual". Black designs seem to project the message from the lower right corner.; chop mark: on reverse reads "Sweetwater Union High School District Office of Special Projects 1130 5th Ave. Chula Vista, California 92011" with indigenous figure. Another stamp reads "Title VII".; photographer: UCSB photography
 

10th Anniversary Celebration, Announcement Poster for 1981

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 21.5 x 16.5 in.; Paper size: 22.75 x 17.5 in.
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Description/Comments

Silkscreen poster announcing the Centro Cultural de la Raza's 10th Anniversary depicts a musician, folklórico dancers, muralists, Chicano Park as seen through the windshield of a lowrider, and an Aztec pyramid. Text reads, "El Centro Cultural de la Raza Presents the 10th Anniversary Celebration 8 PM-2AM, Saturday, July 11, 1981 Golden Hall (San Diego Community Concourse, Downtown) Baile Teatro Poesia Danza Azteca Murales Artesanias Fonart Musica Lowriders Rondallas "Fabiolita Ortiz" con Los Reyneros de Monterrey los No. 1 en Musica Ranchera Poncho Sanchez Jazz Latino "Conga Madness" Tambu Ensemble congero internacional con ritmos de Rumba Masa :Ritchie Flores" el Rey de la musica popular con Jazz Old Memories oldies but goodies cumbias para Bailar Banda Municipal de Tijuana 30 maestros de musica mexicana "Ferrito" Garcia Floreador de soga". Ticket outlets and their addresses follow.; chop mark: Lower left corner reads, "Printed by Taller De Graphica Del Centro Cultural De La Raza".
 

Border Mezz-teez-o 1993

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 18 x 26 in.; Paper size: 22 x 30 in.
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Description/Comments

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.; chop mark: Lower left reads "Atelier Jose Diaz Tijuana"; photographer: UCSB photography
 

Celebracion de las Artes, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: photocopy; Image size: 10 x 7.5 in.; Paper size: 11 x 8.5 in.
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Description/Comments

Photocopied poster announcing an artistic celebration depicts an indeigenous statue with the Centro Cultural de la Raza's symbol in the center of its chest. Text reads, "Sun-Mar. 27 3:PM San Ysidro Rec. For More Info. 428-2125 Musica: Los Alacranes Teatro: Meztiso Ballet: Aztlán y los Concheros en Aztlán Celebracion De Los Artes."; .
 

Centro Cultural de la Raza Emblem undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 10 in. diameter; Paper size: 22 x 11 in.
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Description/Comments

Silkscreened emblem of the Centro Cultural de la Raza. A ring of feathered serpents surround a heart with eagle wings. Text reads, "Centro Cultural de la Raza" and "Toltecas en Aztlan". Silkscreened signature has bled and is illegible; photographer: UCSB photography
 

Chicano Park Day, Announcement Poster for 1976

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 20.75 x 15 in.; Paper size: 22.5 x 17.5 in.
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Description/Comments

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: UCSB photography
 

Chicano Park Day, Announcement Poster for 1975

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 13.25 x 10 in.; Paper size: 15.5 x 11 in.
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Description/Comments

Offset poster announcing Chicano Park Day 1975 depicts a demonstration beneath the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge, which is held up by a raised fist. Text reads, "Mariachis Bands Speakers Teatros Fun &amp; Games Danzas Piñatas Soloists Food Booths Murals Chicano Park Day Celebration 1975, 11:00 Sunday April 20 At Chicano Park By Coronado Bay Bridge On Logan Ave. &amp; Dewey Que Viva La Gente Y Que Viva Chicano Park!".; chop mark: Lower right corner reads, "Diego and Son Printing".
 

Chicano Park Day, Announcent Poster for 1975

General Physical Description note: pencil drawing; Image size: 10.5 x 8 in.; Paper size: 11 x 8.5 in.
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Description/Comments

Graphite drawing on rigid paper announcing the Chicano Park Day celebration depicts a Chicano Park freeway column as a raised fist. A demonstration is visible in the background. Text reads, "Mariachis Bands Speakers Teatros Fun &amp; Games Danzas Piñatas Soloists Food Booths, Murals Chicano Park Day Celebration 1975 11:00 Sunday April 20 At Chicano Park By Coronado Bay Bridge On Logan Ave. &amp; Dewey Que Viva La Gente Y Que Viva Chicano Park! (714) 236 - 1228". There is a larger, graphic version of this drawing; .
 

Chicano Park La Tierra Mia 1983

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 10 x 13 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 22.5 in.
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Description/Comments

Poster features a photosilkscreened image of the Chicano Park kiosco. The mural La Virgen de las Américas is visible in the background. Text (in graffiti script) reads, "Chicano Park La Tierra Mia."
 

CMC and Cispes Fundraiser Dedicated to "La Lucha Salvadorena", Announcement Poster for, 1981

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 14.5 x 10.25 in.; Paper size: 17 x 11 in.
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Description/Comments

Silkscreen poster announcing a fundraiser depicts a man and a woman in the sky above the city of San Diego. They have broken shackles around their wrists. Text reads, "CMC &amp; Cispes -Fundraiser- Dedicated To: "La Lucha Salvadorena"". Follows an event program and schedule and a quote from Archbishop Oscar Romero: "When All Peaceful Means Have Been Exhausted, The People Have A Right To Insurrection". These prints are double-sided.; fund: Chicano Moratorium Committee of San Diego and the Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador.
 

Dance and Fashion Show, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: photocopy; Image size: 8.5 x 11 in.; Paper size: 8.5 x 11 in.
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Description/Comments

Poster reads, "Memorial Recreation Center Anounces Dance &amp; Fashion Show music By Natural Sourse [sic] fashions by Ethel Hill Balboa Park Club Friday Nov. 29th 8:00 pm to 2:00 am Donation $2.50 for The Betterment od Our Community 21 Yrs. of Age Must Show I.D. Cocktails Available". There follows a list of ticket outlets.
 

Independencia, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: photocopy; Image size: 9.5 x 7.5 in.; Paper size: 11x 8.5 in.
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Description/Comments

Photocopied poster announcing a celebration depicts a number of demonstrators beneath the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge. Celestial Native Americans hold arms. An eagle, serpent, and butterfly all hover in midair in the center of the poster. Text reads, "Independencia Chicano Park Independencia Celebration Saturday Sept 18 11: a.m. - 6: p.m. Speakers Musica Dance Food Booths etc. Sponsored by Chicano Park Steering Committee Y Centro Cultural de la Raza"; fund: Chicano Park Steering Committee and Centro Cultural de la Raza.
 

Poster for Farmworkers undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen on red posterboard; Image size: 22.5 x 28.5 in.; Paper size: 22.5 x 28.5 in.
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Description/Comments

Poster for the United Farmworkers Union features a farmworker holding a hoe in a central circle. Text within the circle reads, "Venceremos!" Text at the top of the print reads, "Interested in hard work but not a fat paycheck--join the Safeway Boycott." Further text details the dangers and inequalities that plague migrant farm laborers. This print has suffered water damage and there is tape on the back; photographer: UCSB photography
 

Tardeada en Presidio, Announcement Poster for 1977

General Physical Description note: photocopy; Image size: 10 x 7.5 in.; Paper size: 11 x 8.5 in.
creator: Ochoa, Victor, 1948-

Description/Comments

Photocopied poster announcing an afternoon function depicts a scorpion, a chrysanthemum, a human figure in a celestial circle, the three-faced symbol of mestizaje, and the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge. Text reads, " 'El Centro' presenta Tardeada En Presidio Sat. Feb. 19, 3:00 P.M., Teatro Meztiso [sic], Concheroz en Aztlán, Los Alacranez Mojados, Ballet Folklorico Toltecas, Presidio Recreation Center, 2811 Jackson Dr. S.D., Información en 235-6135 - 296-9115"; fund: Centro Cultural de la Raza.
 

Soundspectrum, Calendar for 1970 ca. 1970

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 30.75 x 19.75 in.; Paper size: 31 x 20.5 in.
creator: Ogden, Bill

Description/Comments

Calendar for 1970 is also an advertisement for Soundspectrum Music Store. It depicts a fantastic seascape. The calendar notes astrological signs, full moons and holidays. Text reads, "Soundspectrum", "Calendar 1970", and "A Complete Music Store And Mutual Ticket Agency 1264 S. Coast Hwy. Laguna Beach 714-494-5959".; fund: Soundspectrum Music Store.
 

Calavera de Don Quijote undated

General Physical Description note: lithograph etching; Image size: 12 x 19 in.; Paper size: 17 x 22 in.
creator: Posada, José Guadalupe, 1852-1913

Description/Comments

Lithographic print depicts Don Quijote as a calavera. He is riding a skeletal horse and holding a spear. Calaveras who don't get out of his way are trampled. Text reads, "Grabado de Jose Guadalupe Posada 1852-1913 Calavera De Don Quijote."
 

Jose Guadalupe Posada Exhibit, Announcement Poster for 1980

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 17.5 x 23.25 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23.25 in.
creator: Posada, José Guadalupe, 1852-1913

Description/Comments

Silkscreen poster announcing Galeria Museo presents original prints by Jose Guadalupe Posada May 8 to May 31, 1980...Centro Cultural de la Mission 2868 Mission St. S.F. CA. 94110 Co-Sponsored by School of Ethnic Studies- S.F.S.U. Poster also features a Posada lithograph.; chop mark: Lower Right, MCC Graphics/80.
 

La Catrina undated

General Physical Description note: lithograph; Image size: 15 x 19 in.; Paper size: 17 x 22 in.
creator: Posada, José Guadalupe, 1852-1913

Description/Comments

Lithographic print depicts an upper-class woman as a calavera. She wears a fancy turn-of-the-century hat.
 

Mexican Independence Day Celebration, Announcement Poster for, 1981

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 13 x 9 in.; Paper size: 14.25 x 11 in.
creator: Ramirez, G.

Description/Comments

Offset poster announcing a celebraton of Mexican independence depicts an eagle with the Mexican flag on one wing and the U.S. flag on the other and folklórico dancers. Text reads, "Mexican Independence Day Celebration 16 de Septiembre, 1981 Entertainment". Follows a program schedule and the text, "Mexican Lunch Available in Cafe All Takes Place At The Educational Cultural Complex 4343 Oceanview Blvd. Admission Free!! For further information call Marilyn Marshall, 230-2806 or Shirley Parrette, 230-2849". Part of the print has suffered damage from light.
 

Pilipino Artists' Committee Open House, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 7.5 x 8.25 in.; Paper size: 8.5 x 14 in.
creator: Ramos

Description/Comments

Silkscreen poster announcing an artists' meeting depicts a flower in front of the sun. From the center of the sun descend rays of multiple colors onto a landscape. Text reads, "Pilipino Artists' Committee Open House Feb. 1-9pm to ? 150 Howard St. Potluck or Donation Musicians Jam &amp; Dancing".; chop mark: Printed as a Community Service by the S.F. Art Commission's Neighborhood Arts Program.
 

Credo 1971

General Physical Description note: offset?; Image size: 13.75 x 9.75 in.; Paper size: 18.875 x 12.375 in.
creator: Randall, Byron

Description/Comments

A line-drawing portrait of Bertrand Russell in profile. Text in the lower right corner reads, "Three passions, simple but overwhelmingly strong, have governed my life: the longing for love, the search for knowledge, and unbearable pity for the suffering of mankind. Bertrand Russell 1872-1970"; photographer: UCSB photography
 

J.S. Bach undated

General Physical Description note: woodblock; Image size: 13.75 x 10 in.; Paper size: 19 x 12.5 in.
creator: Randall, Byron

Description/Comments

A woodcut impression of Johann Sebastian Bach holding a quill and writing sheet music; photographer: UCSB photography
 

Yomo Toro (?) 1978

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 23 x 20.25 in.; Paper size: 28 x 22.5 in.
creator: Ríos, Michael V.

Description/Comments

Offset poster appears to have been based on a graphite or charcoal drawing and depicts a man playing the guitar. Text beneath the image is barely legible, but may read, "Yomo Toro".; chop mark: Lower center reads, "La Raza Graphic Center, SF".
 

La Tierra Mia Chicano Park (Apr) 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16 x 10 in.; Paper size: 17 x 11 in.
creator: Rosete-Chávez, Guillermo

Description/Comments

Silkscreen poster in brown ink on white paper depicts a fire-bearing Aztec god or goddess. Beneath the deity is a view of the San Diego Coronado Bay Bridge. In a cloud is an indigenous statue above the symbol of the Centro Cultural de la Raza. In the lower center of the print is the map of Aztlán from the Chicano Park mural La Tierra Mía. Text reads, "La Tierra Mia San Diego CA. Aztlan Chicano Park All the Way To The Bay Toltecas En Aztlan San Diego CA."; .
 

Toltecayotl, Announcement Poster for 1975

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16.5 x 15.75 in.; Paper size: 17.5 x 23 in.
creator: Rosete-Chávez, Guillermo

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Toltecayotl". Images are of Mayan and Aztec deities on either side of the announcement. Text reads, "Toltecayotl con David Villaseñor con el Aztec Calendario/ New People of the Sun/ The Prophecy of Unity/ Peace-Love-Harmony/ The Southwestern Tribes/ Simbols [sic] and Prophecies/ The Aborigenal [sic] America/ Aztlan-Teotihuacan/ Quetzalcoatl 1985/ Toltecas en Aztlan [symbol] B.C./ Mechican Amor Xochitl/ Art Exhibit Sand Paintings/ Villaseñor-Aranda-Rosete/ "Lecture from 10:AM-12:/ Workshop" 1-5 P.M./ Presented by San Diego Centro Cultural de la Raza/ 2004 Park Blvd. Balboa Park/ Phone: 235-6135/ March 8, 1975". Text beneath the god on the left reads, "Quetzalcoatl" and beneath the god on the left is illegible; photographer: UCSB photography
 

(title unknown) undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 18.25 x 15.625 in.; Paper size: 23.125 x 17.625 in.
creator: Sigüenza, Herbert

Description/Comments

Silkscreen poster depicts a landscape. A row of dwellings line a cobblestone road leading to the foot of a mountain.; chop mark: Lower Right, La Raza Silkscreen Center ©.
 

It's Simple Steve... ca. 1980

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 14.875 x 16.25 in.; Paper size: 15.75 x 17.125 in.
creator: Sigüenza, Herbert

Description/Comments

Comic book image of a man and a woman. A word bubble above the woman's head reads, "It's Simple Steve. Why Don't You and Your Boys Just GET THE FUCK OUT OF EL SALVADOR!"; ; photographer: UCSB photography
 

Mujeres 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 17.5 x 23 in.; Paper size: 22.5 x 28.5 in.
creator: Sigüenza, Herbert

Description/Comments

Silkscreen poster depicts repeated images of women's heads with blue coverings. A stamp on the back identifies it as property of the Centro Cultural de la Raza, San Diego. This print is in need of attention for conservation purposes.; chop mark: Lower left corner stamped with "(copyright) 1979 La Raza Silkscreen Center 3174-16th St., (415) 863-San Francisco, CA 94103".
 

San Francisco Tiene Salsa undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22 x 17 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.
creator: Sigüenza, Herbert

Description/Comments

Silkscreen poster depicts a man and a woman in evening wear dancing in front of the San Francisco city skyline. This image is contained within a circle that is the top of a conga drum. Text reads, "San Francisco Tiene Salsa". This poster has tape on the back.; chop mark: A stamp on the back of poster reads "Centro Cultural de la Raza, P.O Box 8251, San Diego, CA 92102"..
 

The 11th Annual International Chicano Latino Teatro Festival, Announcement Poster for 1981

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 26.75 x 10 in.; Paper size: 27 x 10 in.
creator: Siqueiros, David Alfaro

Description/Comments

Offset poster announcing a theatre festival features a detail of Siquieros' mural Muerte al Invasor. Text reads, "The 11th International Chicano Latino Teatro Festival "Struggle Together Towards Artistic Freedom and Political Liberation" September 11-20, 1981 San Francisco, California Mission Cultural Center 2868 Mission Street by 25th Hosted by Teatro Latino and Teatro Gusto In Association with Mission Cultural Center For More Information Call: (415) 282-0170 Presented by TENAZ".; chop mark: Lower left corner reads "La Raza Graphic Center S.F.".
 

Mural Dedication, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22.5 x 17 in.; Paper size: 23 x 17.5 in.
creator: Cushing, Lincoln, 1953-

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for Mural Dedication. Image is of Emiliano Zapata's face flanked by two indigenous faces. Text reads, "April 26 3:00-8:00/ Corner of 21st &amp; Market/ Music - Community Speakers - Baile Folklorico/ Food - Car Hop Contest/ Sponsored by Sherman Unidos - Solar Art - Centro Cultural de la Raza/ For Car Hop Registration &amp; More Information call 233-3873".; fund: Sherman Unidosv Solar Art, and the Centro Cultural de la Raza; photographer: UCSB photography
 

The Incredible Bee Gees Are Coming! undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 13.75 x 13 in.; Paper size: 22 x 14 in.
creator: Starkman

Description/Comments

Silkscreen poster announcing a Bee Gees concert depicts the faces of the members of the band in black and purple. Text reads, "the incredible Bee Gees are coming! with their fabulous 30-piece orchestra San Diego Sports Arena August 4."
 

Vórtice presents The Chicano Underground Winter Onda, Announcement Poster for (Feb 2) 1979

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 13.125 x 16.125 in.; Paper size: 14.875 x 18 in.
creator: Supreme, Maria Felix

Description/Comments

Silkscreen poster announcing Vórtice presents The Chicano Underground Winter Onda Stanford University, Tresidder Union 2nd Floor, 6:00pm to 10:00pm, February 2nd, 1979, free to the public...A Vórtice Production (Journal of Art, Literature and Criticism: Department of Spanish and Portugese) Co-Sponsored by Citybender from San Diego, Mango from San Jose, Maize from San Diego and The Chicano Association of the Communicative Arts at Stanford.
 

Average White Band, Announcement Poster for 1977

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 15.5 x 10.5 in.; Paper size: 17 x 11 in.
creator: Synder, Vic

Description/Comments

Offset poster announcing a concert depicts a seated nude woman with her back to the viewer. Her backside is the "W" in "AWB". Text reads, "California Concerts &amp; KCBQ invite you to get down with Average White Band with Extra Special Guest Star Tower of Power Brick Thurs. Oct. 27, Sports Arena, 8p.m. Reserved seats $7.75 $6.75 Includes parking Tickets available at Arena Bow Office, Bill Gambles, and all Arena Outlets. $1.00 Military discount, Information: 224-4176."
 

Are You Experienced, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 20.75 x 23.25 in.; Paper size: 22 x 23.5 in.
creator: Torero, Mario Acevedo

Description/Comments

Silkscreen print on an irregularly-shaped piece of posterboard features an abstract design in the center. Behind it are red geometric figures resembling letters. There are also streaks of yellow resembling radiation. Text reads, "are you experienced" and "Art Show."
 

Savage ca. 1982-1983

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 30.5 x 15 in.; Paper size: 35 x 23 in.
creator: Torero, Mario Acevedo

Description/Comments

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
 

Space Flutes + Barrio Paths undated

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 9.25 x 17.25 in.; Paper size: 11.5 x 17.5 in.
creator: Torero, Mario Acevedo

Description/Comments

Offset print in blue ink depicts a scene of the cosmos. A blank space in the form of a human remains white (from the paper). Text reads, "Space Flutes + Barrio Paths" in an ornate script. The back features a face that is half-calavera and half-living.; chop mark: On back reads, "Fanshen Printing Collective P.O. Box 1332 San Diego, Calif.".
 

Streetworks, Announcement Poster for 1985

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 16 x 10.5 in.; Paper size: 17 x 11 in.
creator: Trimble, Cassandra

Description/Comments

Offset poster announcing an art exhibition depicts four of the works to be displayed and provides information about them. Text reads, "Streetworks Four installations created for /about the streets David Avalos, Frank Frow, Mario Lara, Marjorie Nodelman, January 4-31, 1986, Opening Reception: Saturday, January 4, 7-10pm, Gallery Hours: Thursday-Saturday 12-4pm, Outdoor Sites: Lara- 24 hour access, Avalos 9-5pm Daily."
 

Streetworks, Announcement Poster for 1986

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 24 x 18 in.; Paper size: 25 x 19 in.
creator: Trimble, Cassandra

Description/Comments

Offset poster announcing a site-specific exhibition of installations features depictions of four of them. Text reads, "Streetworks Four installations created for /about the streets David Avalos, Frank Grow, Mario Lara, Marjorie Nodelman January 4-31, 1986 Opening Reception: Saturday, January 4 7-10pm, Gallery Hours: Thursday-Saturday 12-4pm Outdoor Sites: Lara- 24 hour access, Avalos 9-5pm Daily". There are descriptions of each installation beside the photo. There is another, smaller version of this print.; fund: National Endowment for the Arts, California Arts Council, and Art Matters.
 

Inaugural Celebration Of The Arts, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 21.25 x 17 in.; Paper size: 24 x 18.125 in.
creator: Tripp, D.

Description/Comments

Offset poster announcing a celebration features a landscape painting. Text reads, "La Quinta Inaugural Celebration of the Arts March 18-20, 1983 - 10 a.m. To Dusk - At The Desert Club of La Quinta - 619/564-1244."
 

The Rolling Stones, Announcement Poster for 1969

General Physical Description note: lithograph; Image size: 17.5 x 13.25 in.; Paper size: 20 x 14 in.
creator: Tuten, R.

Description/Comments

Offset announcement poster for a Rolling Stones concert depicts the band. Text reads, "Bill Graham Presents In San Diego The Rolling Stones Monday Nov. 10th 8:30 P.M. San Diego International Sports Arena Tickets $4.50-5.50-6.50-7.50 Arena Ticket Office - Highlanders Men's Stores Metro Ticket Agencies - Information - 224-4176 (copyright 1969 Bill Graham No. 202 Tea Lautrec Litho S.F. Design R. Tuten... Photo: The Visual Thing, Inc/Rafaelli".; fund: Bill Graham; chop mark: In lower left corner reads, "Tea Lautrec Litho S.F.".
 

(title unknown) undated

General Physical Description note: offset; Image size: 21.5 x 13 in.; Paper size: 22.25 x 14.25 in.
creator: Ulloa, Domingo

Description/Comments

Offset poster depicts farmworkers working in fields. Text reads, "All We Ask Oh Lord Is To Be / Safe From The Rain / Just Warm Enough In Winter / To Watch The Snow With A Smile / Enough To Eat / So That Our Hunger Will Not / Turn Us To Angry Beasts / And Sanity Enough / To Make A Justice / That Will Not Kill / Our Love Of Life 'From To Believe In Man By Joseph Pintauro Copyright (c) 1970 By Joseph Pintauro Courtesy Of Harper &amp; Roe, Publishers' Please Pray For The Farmworker Families Of San Diego County Interfaith Committee for Justice and Reconciliation For more information, call 233-5648 Special Thanks to Domingo Ulloa and Joseph Pintauro".; fund: Interfaith Committee for Justice and Reconciliation; chop mark: Diego and Son Printing.
 

Festival Primaveral, Announcement poster for 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 22 x 17 in.; Paper size: 22 x 17 in.
creator: Valadez, J.W.

Description/Comments

Announcement Poster for Festival Primaveral. Image is of a butterfly. Designs within the wings include faces and serpents. Text reads "A Benefit for El Centro Cultural de la Gente de San José/ Festival Primaveral '77 San José/ *Teatro de la Gente*/ Los Alacranes Mojados/ Flor del Pueblo/ Emilia Lopez/ José Antonio Burciaga/ Ballet Folklorico Alegría Infantil/ Beatriz Marie Robinson Vasquez/ Susuki Violins/ Tickets on sale at &amp; co-sponsored by:/ El Centro Cultural de la Gente de San José/ La Confederación de la Raza Unida de San José/ W.O.M.A./ 12 de Marzo/ $4 adv./ Montgomery Theatre/ 145 W. San Carlos St./ $5 door/ Sabado a las 7:00/ Made possible by grants from: S.J. Fine Arts Commission, California Arts Council, and the National Endowment for the Arts."; chop mark: In wing of butterfly reads "Fits Printing Movement Labor"; photographer: UCSB photography
 

Manuel Manilla Exposición Homenaje ca. 1980

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 16 x 12 in.; Paper size: 18.625 x 13.75 in.
creator: Vanegas Arroyo, Arsacio

Description/Comments

Announcement poster for "Manuel Manilla - Exposición-Homenaje", an exhibition of the works of the Mexican graphic artist put on by el Instituto Michoacano de Cultura. Image is a Manilla print of a skeleton in a top hat with a coffin slung over his shoulder. Before him, a table is set with the printmaker's wares and other objects. Remaining text reads, "Casa de la Cultura de Michoacán/ 10 de Diciembre de 1980/ 23 de Febrero de 1981/ Morelia, Michoacán". Text in the lower right corner reads, "Editor: Arscaio Vanegas Arroyo"; photographer: UCSB photography
 

Plaza de la Raza Summer Program, Announcement Poster for undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 26 x 20 in.; Paper size: 26 x 20 in.
creator: Vargas, Eduardo

Description/Comments

Silkscreen announcement poster for Plaza de la Raza's summer program depicts a human head in the mouth of a feathered serpent amidst floral vegetation. Text reads, "Plaza De La Raza Summer Program Puppetry Tuesdays &amp; Thursdays 10:00 to 11:30 Fine Arts Mondays Wednesdays &amp; Saturdays 1:00 to 3:00 Writers Workshop September Dance Classes Mondays &amp; Wednesdays 7:00 to 8:30 Tuesdays &amp; Thursdays 5:00 to 6:30 Artesanias Mondays Wednesdays &amp; Fridays 10:00 to 12.00 For Furhter Information 3540 N Mission Rd LA 90031 call 223 2475 Free Gratis". This print has suffered some water damage in the lower right corner.
 

Sonido de Colores First Annual Xicano Music Festival, Announcement Poster for 1974

General Physical Description note: printing process unknown; Image size: 9.5 x 8 in.; Paper size: 11 x 8.5 in.
creator: Yrene, Alurista

Description/Comments

Poster printed by an unknown process features an abstract landscape. Text reads, "Sonido de Colores First Annual Xicano Music Festival friday, april 19, 1974 San Ysidro Recreational Center 8-11 PM Saturday, april 20th, 1974 Montgomery JR High School Gymnasium, Linda Vista 8-11 PM Sunday, april 21, 1974 Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park 8-11 PM musicians: azz izz music collective, Roberto miranda, clarence bell, daniel jackson, daniel valdez, solo hernandez, jose montoya, trio moreno, ricardo mendoza, chunky sanchez, enrique ramirez, rondalla amerindia, chino lou, charlotte de la logan, servidores del árbol de la vida y muchos más Gratis for info call 235-6135 toltecas en aztlán ofrenda to Centeotl: lord/lady of maiz, moon of great vigil jazz latin classical indian more". There are other versions of this print in different sizes and colors.
 

Series VIII: Oversize Content

General Physical Description note: [arranged alphabetically]
Box 152, Folder 1

City of San Diego Chicano Culture Appreciation Day Proclamation 1984

Box 152, Folder 2

El Calendario, 1992-1994

Box 152, Folder 3

El Pulpo Playbill Mock-up 1981

Box 152, Folder 4

Finding Funding/Finding Work Flyer Mock-up 1991

Box 157, Folder 6

Flyers

Box 157, Folder 7

Map Newspaper Articles n.d.

Box 152, Folder 5

1987

Box 157, Folder 5

1991

Box 157, Folder 1

Border 1992

Box 157, Folder 2

BAW/TAF 1983-1991

Box 157, Folder 3

California Murals 1992

Box 157, Folder 4

CCLR newsclippings and copies 1980-1992

 

Original Work

Box 152, Folder 6

Misc.

Box 152, Folder 7

Ochoa, Victor n.d.

Box 157, Folder 8

San Francisco Art Commission's Neighborhood Arts Program flyers n.d.

Box 152, Folder 8

Small Oversize CCLR Graphic Arts/Posters

Box 152, Folder 9

Small Oversize Non-CCLR Flyers/Posters

Box 156, Folder 1

CCLR Event Handouts, 1990 1993

Box 156, Folder 2

CCLR Gallery Blueprint n.d.

Box 156, Folder 3

CCLR Posters 1981-1993

Box 156, Folder 4

CCLR-Related Event Posters 1976-1988

Box 156, Folder 5

El Calendario, 1994-1996

Box 156, Folder 6

Miscellaneous Large Art

Box 156, Folder 7

Non-CCLR Posters

 

Series IX: Audio recordings

General Physical Description note: eA separate catalog will eventually be available for this series. Check the CEMA website for updates.
 

The Choice is Yours/No Way To Win;45 rpm, 7" records Pathways Teen Connection Music, Clarence R. Bell Producer/Arranager;Master Record #50893;Music – ASCAP BMI;Side A: The Choice Is Yours Featuring Lincoln Kennedy/ background vocals: Teresa Frantz. Sanny Smith and Deborah Dorn;Side B: No Way To Win Featruing Tonja Oliver/ background vocals: Teresa Frantz. Sanny Smith, Clarence R. Bell and Theresa Y. Ford. CCLR was one of the sponsors, Victor Ochoa did the graphic design and Sara-Jo Berman did layout. (2 copies)

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