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Sunday, January 27, 2019 at 2pm
at the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art
Free SCAS Members | $10 General | $5 Students

Join us as artist and author, Luis Tapia presents his work and signs his new book, "Borderless: The Art of Luis Tapia" at the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art.

Luis Tapia is a pioneering Chicano artist who for forty-five years has pushed the art of polychrome wood sculpture to new levels of craftsmanship and social and political commentary. Tapia’s extraordinary figurative works speak to the complexity of a multilayered Latino/Hispano/Chicano identity, history, and contemporary culture, offering compelling insights and challenging perspectives on life in the barrio, on the border, and beyond.

Saturday, February 2, 2019 from 10am - 3pm
at the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art

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Masters Award recipient Jimmy Trujillo will be leading an artist enrichment workshop focused on traditional encrusted straw art. Jimmy has stayed true to using the New Mexico Spanish Colonial period techniques, methods and materials on the encrusted straw/cornhusk art he creates.

“This is what I share with you today - a tradition that I am striving to keep alive. I have embarked on a journey with much pride and admiration. I also pray that this is reflected in each original work of art that I created.”
- Jimmy Trujillo, Masters Award Recipient and Spanish Market artist

Thursday, February 21, 2019 at 5:30pm
at the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art
Free SCAS Members | $10 General | $5 Students

Dr. Calvo-Quirós lecture focuses on the mobility of Saints across the Mexican/U.S. and the evolution of their identities.

His current research explores the connections between U.S. - Mexico immigration policies, the imaginary and the phantasmagoric, as well as the process of policing and regulating the spirituality of immigrant communities.

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THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS

 

The Marshall and Deborah L Berkman Family Charitable Trust

Brian and Kristina Lawson