Q & A with Linda
September 12, 2020
(Leonard Peltier's 76th Birthday)
Q & A with Isabel
September 4, 2020
(Beyoncé's 39th Birthday)
Q & A with Joe
October 21, 2020
(Celia Cruz's 95th Birthday † )
On 10/15/20, Natasha Hernandez (DJ Heavyflow) and I presented at Northwest Vista College through Zoom on our processes of curating musical selections within the politics of identity, consciousness, and location. Here is a link to "Tejana Forever" my Spotify playlist curated to continue engagement beyond the presentation. Gracias to Dr. Lee Ann Epstein for inviting me to my FIRST academic panel ever.
Heartfelt gratitude and love to Regina for dreaming up this artwork to commemorate our presentation!
Link to video coming soon!
Almódovar Movie Poster Vibes
foto by Joan Frederick,
Saluté International Bar,
Mary Agnes Rodriguez is an established multimedia artist based in her hometown, San Antonio, Texas. Her work documents political events, while empowering all segments of the community, especially young people. Her work showcases depictions of the Westside, the city’s historically Mexican quadrant, include overarching themes of activism, peace and social justice, and includes portraits of iconic figures that embody these principles.
@HelloReg will close out 2020 for us,
and that is cause for celebration.
Lenzy Mora is a multidisciplinary artist born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. Her main interests include graphic design, printmaking, motion graphics, and illustration. Throughout her work she explores the themes of identity, nostalgia, music, culture, and social justice. She studied at and graduated from Pacific Northwest College of Art, receiving her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Communication Design.
Anel I. Flores’ areas of study and production of literary fiction and visual art center around Chicana/Latina literature, lesbianidad, sexuality, gender, race/border/diaspora, spirituality, body, blood memory and their connection to identity. She is an MFA in Creative Writing. She is Co-Reviewer and Co-Committee Member of El Mundo Zurdo Conference organized by the Society for the Study of Gloria Anzaldúa, Board Member of Macondo Writer’s Workshop, Founder of Queer Voices Speak Out, Co-Founder of LezRideSA, and a member of the San Antonio Mayor’s LGBTQIA Task Force.
Artist. Over-Thinker. Daydreamer. Plant Lover. Los sueños son para los qué duermen y la realidad para los que se ponen a trabajar.
queering south texas
I'd LOVE to see the project through 12 months of DJ gigs, poster commissions, and artist interviews!
I hope we get here!
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