"Entre Tinta y Lucha" panel discussion

Location Info:

Cal State LA
5151 State University Dr.
Los Angeles, CA  90032
On view at the Fine Art Gallery on the Cal State L.A. campus, "Entre Tinta y Lucha" is a carefully curated selection of fine-art prints from the Self-Help Graphics archive, spanning the beloved Eastside institution's storied 45-year history. Though the 50 amazing works on display just scratch the surface of the 1,000-plus editions SHG has produced, the exhibition demonstrates the indelible influence of Chicano art on the city — an influence felt far beyond the art world. The extended SHG family of artists and activists also has a lot to say about how to use art to create access and make change in the community. Tonight's panel features five artists — moderator Favianna Rodriguez, Linda Vallejo, Malaquias Montoya, Ernesto Yerena and Luis Genaro Garcia — who know first-hand about the social, economic and political power that a place like SHG supports and amplifies.


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