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Smithsonian American Art Museum: Chicano Graphics and Social Justice

We invite you to join our highly-qualified docent Amy Sabrin as we explore the Smithsonian  American Art Museum's landmark exhibition:

"Printing the Revolution! The Rise and Impact of Chicano Graphics, 1965 to Now"

which highlights how Chicanx artists have linked innovative printmaking practices with social justice.

A review in Artnet in March 2021 writes that this exhibition sets out with an epic goal: to reshape our understanding of who gets to tell U.S. history. Its wide-ranging artwork addresses the United Farm Workers' struggle for better labor rights for migrant workers, immigration and gun reform, the fight for LGBTQ+ rights, and calls for denouncing police brutality made by the Movement for Black Lives and other groups.

Zoom link will be provided via email.

Thursday, June 03, 2021, 11:00 AM until 12:00 PM

Additional Info:
Talia S Karu
310-871-2721 (c)
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