Selected Bibliography


DesOrmeaux, Anna. “Serie Project to host resident Artist Daniel Martin Diaz.” Arriba (March 12, 2009): 3.

Menard, Valerie. “ Screens open doors for Latino artists, others.” Austin American Statesman (November 19, 2009): Art 4, 10.

Van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire. “Mexic-Arte Museums anniversary exhibit uses perminant collection to explore the shifting definition of what is means to be Mexican American.” Austin American Statesman (July 16, 2009): Life and Style 1, D4.


George, Patrick. “Hundreds take advantage of free day for art.” Austin American Statesman (September 15, 2008): B1.

Gonzalez, Rita, Howard N. Fox, and Chon A. Noriega, Phantom Sightings:  Art after the Chicano Movement.  Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London:  University of California Press, 2008.

Van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire. “Exhibit takes a look back a 15-year evolution of Serie Print Project.” Austin American –Statesman(September 21, 2008): J10.


Castaneda, Krystal. “Lampasas holds Common Experience: ‘Protest and Dissent’-themed artwork.” The University Star (October 30, 2006).

“CMAS Partnership with Sam Coronado and the Serie Project, Inc.” Noticias de CMAS (Fall, 2006).

Rowland, Michael. “’Proyecto Serie’ cambia imagen de latinos.” El Mundo Newspaper (27 de julio al 2 de agosto, 2006): A5.

Rowland, Michael. “The Serie Project.” (August 24, 2006):


“Exhiben ‘Arte Chicano’: Una Propuesta Gráfica.” El Periodico (13 de marzo del 2005): 8A.

Gupta, Anjali.  “Spaztek Goes Global:  A Conversation with Cruz Ortiz.” Artlies No. 45 (Winter 2005):  42-45.

Jameson, Kathleen V. “A New State:  Reassessing Prints.” Artlies No. 46 (Spring 2005):  14-19.

Owen, Paula. “Multiple Views:  Conversations on Prints and Printmaking.” Artlies No. 46 (Spring 2005):  56-60.

Rangel, Enrique. “The Serie Project: un proyecto serio.” Avalanche (4 de febrero de 2005): 22.

Rosenfield, Ben P. “ A Passion for Printmaking: A look inside Coronado Studio.” Screenweb: Industrial Printing Articles (November 11, 2005):

Smith, Mark L. “Way Out Here:  Printmaking in Texas,” Artlies, No. 46 (Spring 2005):  44-49.


Beckmeier, Sandra. “Mexic-Arte Museum Presents Contemporary Views and Vintage Charm.” Texas Triangle Vol. XII Issue 50 (September 17-23, 2004):

Costa, Juren. “Artistas gráficos de Texas abrieron exposición.” Nuestra (Noviembre 6, 2004): 10/C.

Keller, Gary D., Mary Erickson, Kaytie Johnson, and Joaquín Alvarado. Contemporary Chicana and Chicano Art:  Artists, Works, Culture, and Education, Vol. I-II.  Tempe, Arizona: Bilingual Press/Editorial Bilingüe, 2004.

Keller, Gary D., Mary Erickson, and Pat Villeneuve, Chicano Art for our Millennium:  Collected Works from the Arizona State University Community.  Tempe, Arizona: Bilingual Press/Editorial Bilingüe, 2004.

Keller, Gary D., and Amy Phillips. Triumph of Our Communities:  Four Decades of Mexican American Art. Tempe, Arizona: Bilingual Press/Editorial Bilingüe, 2004.

“Sam Coronado and Serie Project Promote Latino Artists.” Arriba (May 21, 2004): 1, 7.


Madkour, Rasha. “Latino Hearts on Display.” Austin American Statesman (September 16, 2003): B3.

Raad, Kaz. “Making Series.” Cityfold Issue I/I (October/November 2003): 30.

Rivera, George. “El grabado en el arte chicano: El proyecto Serie Print.” Difusión de la academia y la cultura, Escuela Nacional Preparatoria, Año 4, Vol. 1, No. 15 (Noviembre 2003):  74-79.


Bradenburg, John. “Texas artists’ serigraphs on display at the Firehouse.” Austin American Statesman (June, 2001): 10-B.

Barnes, Michael. “A Look at Life, from their Perspective.” Austin American Statesman (March 17, 2001): D8.

Curran, Rob. “Sin Fronteras: In the Art of Austin’s Latino Community, Borders Don’t Exist.” The Austin Chronicle (February 16, 2001).

“Mexic-Arte Museum.” Austin Chronicle (March, 23 2001): 80.

Van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire . “Getting into Print.” Austin American Statesman (2001): E1.


Laster, Paul. “Great Talent and Greater Generosity.” Austin Monthly (May, 2000): 32.

Pavlik, Anna Marie. “Serie Print Project offers artists new experiences with unique media.” Avaanti (April –May, 2000): 9.

Griffith, Diane. “Serie Print Project showing in Brazos Gallery.” Richland College Thunderbird (February 2000).

Von Behrmann, Kurt. “Exhibiting Diversity.” ECHO (August 16, 2001): 46.


Garza, Mary Jane. “Hecho en Austin: Selections from the Serie Print Project I-V.” Austin Chronicle (July, 1999): 78.

Claire van Ryzin, Jeanne. “Austin Print Makes its Mark.” Austin American Statesman (July, 1999).

Orozco, Sylvia. “ Maloquias Montoya Show to be Presented.” Arriba (July, 1999).

Irvine, Madeline. “Coronado Studio First Stop on Art Trek.” Austin American Statesman (1999).


Van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire, and Christopher Schade. “Divergent Views.” Austin American Statesman (May, 1998): E9.

Kennedy Media Group. “Paper Dreams: The Serie Project.” McAllen International Museum (1998):

Beckmeir, Sandra. “Coronado Print Project to Host Preview Exhibit at Las Manitas.” Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (July, 1998): 5.

Faires, Robert. “Articulations.” The Austin Chronicle (December 25, 1998): 36-7.

Claire van Ryzin, Jeanne. “Many Hands Collaborate at 3 of Austin’s Fine Art Print Workshops.” Austin American Statesman (1998, 1999): E1.

Garza, Mary Jane. “A Cultural Hero.” Austin Chronicle (December, 1998): 1-7.


Lopez, Lalo. “Power Prints.” Arriba (October 1995):  68-72.

Beckmeir, Sandra. “Coronado Studio Educating through the ‘Serie.’” Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (1995): 5.


Menard, Valerie. “Project to Mass Produce Local Latino Art.” La Prensa IX no. 9 (March, 1994).

“Print Series Finds Home at Galeria Coronado.” Arriba (July, 1994): Front cover, 5.


Belgara, Melissa.  “Cultural Celebration.” The Daily University Star (November 1993).