by Jose Agustin Andreu In my youth, I heard an indigenous man explain that each of us has several names; the name they give you at birth, your family name, and your actual name, which you discover when mature. He pointed at a squirrel and said, “That animal has the name we give it, her name amongst its kind, and a name only she knows and keeps to itself.” Being

Organización en La Villita está brindando ayuda a quienes buscan exponer lo mejor de su arte Se trata de ‘Open Center of the Arts’, un espacio para que todos los creativos en esta zona de Chicago no solo puedan exhibir al público sus trabajos, sino también recibir talleres para sacar provecho de sus talentos artísticos.   Ver publicación

  Artist Kim Laurel, of Chicago, describes her collage and monoprint work that is part of the “Día de los Muertos: A Celebration of Life” exhibit at The Art Center Highland Park. Laurel is pictured at the Oct. 16, 2020 opening ceremony of the exhibit, held at the center. (Karie Angell Luc / Pioneer Press) Follow the original article:

Friday | September 20th, 4 – 8 pm Triton College Art Gallery 5th Ave just north of North Ave. River Grove, IL FOLLOW THIS LINK FOR DETAILS:

Info: SCG INTERNATIONAL/Puertográfico Events Puertográfico Events Event Type: Pop-Up Exhibitions I will be displaying up to 30 of my linocut prints which vary in size. These prints have been produced over the last three years and have as common denominator of portraiture. Much of this body of work has to do with images of people addressing cultural issues, aspects of identity, as well as social and political concerns. Organizers René Hugo

The Arceo Press has published thirteen collaborative portfolios since 2003, almost all featuring work of Mexican or Mexican-American artists. Most relate to Mexican history or folklore. No theme specifically addresses the Mexican-American border, but politically, they all can do so. As text in one of the prints asserts, “Before you came from wherever you came, these lands belonged to my ancestors.” And so this retrospective is called: “The Border Crossed