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Adriana Corral is a third-year MFA candidate in Sculpture and Assistant Instructor at The University of Texas at Austin. She was born in El Paso, Texas and received her BFA from The University of Texas at El Paso. She recently had a solo show, Voces de las Perdidas, at Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, and her

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At the beginning of August, GSD&M stopped by the Serie Project to shoot some video for a special series they’re producing as part of their client newsletter. From agency t-shirts to event posters to client projects for L.L.Bean and eHarmony, the agency has been earning its way into the silk screen scene in Austin. GSD&M

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Serie Project Contact: Kelly Grajeda, Asst. Director (P) 512.385.3591 | (E) serie@serieproject.org Press Contact: Alexandra M. Landeros, Roots PR (P) 512.517.0394 | (E) alexandra@rootspr.com Serie Project Reaches Twenty Years and Hopes for a New Beginning Fundraiser for East Austin Screen Printing Studio on November 17, 2012 AUSTIN, Texas – October 10, 2012

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Because the Serie Project is based in Texas, Cervantes decided to focus on a piece by a famous Tejana, Gloria Anzaldúa, for her serigraph. “I chose to include this portrait of Gloria because she was a groundbreaking thinker of Chicana/lesbian/feminist theory,” explains Cervantes. Anzaldúa helped promote literature and writing by women of color in the United States,

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“The City of Austin has announced the allocation of its fiscal year 2013 Cultural Arts Funding Program awards. Notable for diversity, and many small grants to specific, quirky projects, either directly or through a broad-minded sponsored project option, the long list is cumbersome to untangle, but interesting,” says Bill Davenport, author of the article. He

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Harriett and Ricardo Romo discuss “Estampas de la Raza” with curator Lyle Williams from McNay Art Museum on Vimeo. “We didn’t expect something as broad as this,” says Dr. Romo. “We felt that we had devoted a lot of time and effort into collecting it, and we appreciate that someone could look at this and

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Born in El Salvador in 1978, Osvaldo Ramirez Castillo immigrated to Canada in 1989 as a result of the 12-year civil war in El Salvador. He attended the Ontario College of Art and Design (Toronto 1998-2001) and received an MFA from Concordia University (2004-2007), and he currently lives and works in Montreal, Canada. Castillo’s allegorical

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On Saturday, November 17, 2012, we will be having our first annual fundraiser. You can read the official description of the event here, but we’d like to give you the real reasons we’re having this fundraiser. Sam Coronado started this non-profit in way East Austin (the Montopolis neighborhood), long before it became hip to live

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Ruth Buentello is a first generation Chicana – her parents are from Piedras Niegras, a border town in Mexico. She grew up speaking Spanish and still does at home, holding on strong to her Mexican roots. Much of her work depicts family relationships. “That’s what I know best,” she says. “I don’t know anything else but my

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From September 25, 2012 through January 27, 2013, the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio is featuring the exhibition “Estampas de la Raza: Contemporary Prints from the Romo Collection,” celebrating the recent gift to the McNay of works from the collection of Harriett and Ricardo Romo. Because the Romos have been ardent supporters of our

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