We’re All Journalists. Now What?

A woman said: “Do the thing that only you can do.” “Do the thing that only you can do,” said the woman. To a table full of writers, the woman said: “Do the thing that only you can do.” It was dark out and near-dusk inside the upstairs room of Más Malo. Chairs and tables  shifted outward, occasionally admitting another journalist into the conversation. Under discussion, egos and interviewing skills; experts and opera. Somewhere between Margaritas and red velvet cake, a woman, blond-haired … [Read more...]

7. Please write down the title of one of the works you saw and the name of the artist who created it.

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6. What kind of art is it? (e.g. murals, public art, paintings in restaurants, banks, etc.)

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5. How much of an impact does Chicano art have on the social spaces you frequent?

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4. What image illuminated your understanding of Chicano art after having viewed the exhibition?

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3. What image best represented your perception of Chicano art before viewing this exhibition?

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2. Where have you seen Chicano art? In L.A.? Elsewhere? In the media?

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1. How much did you know about Chicano art in L.A. before attending this exhibition?

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