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La Revolución: The Resilience of Mural Art in the Southwest Panel Discussion

The impact of mural art is far reaching in the borderlands, REZ, and beyond – including artistic representations from women and men alike. Here in the Southwest the mural art and street-art communities are blooming – beautifully reflecting the communities and peoples of today. Moderator Thomas “Breeze” Marcus, artist and founder of Paint Phx, a city-wide mural and street arts festival will engage the panel of well-known artists including Nanibah Chacon (Diné/ Chicana), Douglas Miles (San Carlos Apache/ Akimel O’odham), Lucinda Yrene (Chicana) to continue this dynamic discussion that began in April with our panel event La Revolución: The Legacy of Mexican Mural Art. Each artist will share their insights about our community and discuss the continuing influence of noted mural artists such as Diego Rivera.

Moderator: Thomas “Breeze” Marcus
Panelists: Nanibah Chacon (Diné/ Chicana), Douglas Miles (San Carlos Apache/ Akimel O’odham), Lucinda Yrene (Chicana)

The event is free and open to the public.
Location: Steele Auditorium, Heard Museum

Event Details

Sunday, July 16
12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

Cost: Free

Location:
Steele Auditorium

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