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In The Print Studio: Cultural Significance & Social Justice in Printmaking

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California State University, Los Angeles

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In The Print Studio: Part of the Struggle: Cultural Significance & Social Justice in Printmaking | Thurs. Sept 13, 6-7:15pm

Location: Cal State University LA, Fine Arts Gallery http://www.calstatela.edu/academic/art/gallery.php

Favianna Rodriguez (moderator)
Linda Vallejo, Malaquias Montoya, Ernesto Yerena, Luis Genaro Garcia

This panel will explore the role of the printmaking studio in increasing access to pre-colonial knowledges and practices, such as Dia de los Muertos, and influencing the role of art in political struggles in Southern California.

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In The Print Studio, is a series of talks by the artists included in Self Help Graphics & Art's Entre Tinta y Lucha: 45 Years of Self Help Graphics & Art, a retrospective of the acclaimed Professional Printmaking Program at SHG. You will hear from the artists' perspectives, their experience in the Professional Printmaking Program and the impact on their career trajectory. The series touches on topics such as the technical side of printmaking, social justice, historical contributions, genders, and identities.

**disclaimer - CSULA and SHG reserve the right to cancel any RSVP if we discover duplicate names and emails.

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