Withstand: Latinx Art During Times of Conflict | Castelan and Garcia
Holocaust Museum Houston
April 30, 2021 — September 27, 2021
Holocaust Museum Houston’s Boniuk Center’s Latino Initiatives invites Latinx artists from the Houston area to participate in Withstand: Latinx Art During Times of Conflict. This juried exhibition investigates the idea of resistance and its multiple ramifications in the visual arts, as well as the impact of political and/or social conflict on the creative process.
Angel Castelan, Part-Time Instructor of Art at HCC, and recent HCC graduate Jacq Garcia, (Associate of Arts, Studio Arts, 2019) are both in the show.
Holocaust Museum Houston | Lester and Sue Smith Campus | 5401 Caroline | 77004
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While some classes may resume face to face on campus, VPA events are restricted to online platforms for the Spring 2021 semester. Campuses re-opened on a limited basis. Everyone is required to follow safety protocols while on campus, including wearing face coverings and passing individual screenings.
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• Venues and Galleries are ACCESSIBLE and OPEN to the public during CAMPUS HOURS except where otherwise noted. • ALL events are FREE. • PARK in student lots, FREE. • Houston Community College SUPPORTS ACADEMIC FREEDOM and First Amendment rights. • Some artwork may be objectionable to some viewers and some productions may contain sensitive language and/or subject matter.
This event is presented by the VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS Center of Excellence. DEAN, Colleen Reilly, PhD. • VISUAL ARTS DIVISION (Studio Art & Art History) CHAIR, Katherine Rhodes Fields, MFA, MA TESL • PERFORMING ARTS DIVISION (Dance, Drama, Music) CHAIR, Susan Hines, MM • MEDIA ARTS DIVISION (Filmmaking, Audio Recording, Music Business) CHAIR, Michael Cohn, MA