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2016 Video Archive

Explore and enjoy our Latino Art Now! video repository captured during the 2016 Latino Art Now! Conference that took place November 7-9 in Chicago, Il.

Conversation 4 & Workshop: Instituto Gráfico de Chicago

Eric J. García, Jose Luis Gutiérrez, Salvador Jiménez, Antonio Pazaran, Vanessa Sánchez, Ricardo Serment

Scholarship and Activism in National Perspective: Tomas Ybarra Frausto

Chair: Gilberto Cardenas, Antonia Castañeda, Holly Barnet Sanchez, María de León

The Boricua 60's and 70s Aesthetics Display of Radicalism, New York and Chicago USA

Wilson Valentín-Escobar, Jacqueline Lazú, Yasmin Ramírez, Carlos Flores, Rocio Aranda-Alvarado, Miguel Luciano

Youth as Engaged Cultural Workers: Benito Juarez High School and the Legacy of Student Uprising on the Lower West Side of Chicago

Nicole Marroquin, Jose Rezendiz, Paulina Camacho

Latino Photographers / Latinos in Photography

Deana Ledesma, Elizabeth Ferrer, Elvira Carrizal-Dukes, Mia Lopez

Do you Hear Me Know? Emergent Latino Artists Sound Off

Allison Peters Quinn, William Cordova, Alejandro Figueredo, Angela Lopez

Notes from the Field: Diversifying Art Institutions

Dominican-York Women at the Intersections of Contemporary Latino Art

Olga U. Herrera, Julia Santos Solomon, iliana emilia garcía, Scherezade Garcia

Artivisms and Transformations

Theresa Avila, Carmen Febles, Judith Huacuja, Xuxa Rodriguez, Ivan Arenas

Mellon Fellows Panel

Amanda Gray, Jose Castellanos, Nichole Garcia, Vanessa Guridy, Luis Guzman Valerio, Laura Kaplan

Reframing US Latino and Latin American Art

Chon Noriega, Colin Gunckel, Juan Delgado

Close Readings

E. Carmen Ramos, Tere Romo, Jason Meyler, Ana Cristina Perry, Edra Soto

Artists Speak I

Arturo Fresan, Jose Agustin Andreu, Beatriz Ledesma, Ernesto Atkinson, Emily Key

Public Art Project: Caracol,We Bring Our Home with Us

Moira Pujols, Georgina Valverde Jacob Campbell, Jose Terrazas

Recovering Early Artists and Legacies (Two Part Panel)

Zac Bleicher, Daniel Ronan, John Pitman Weber, Diana Solis, Kari Lydersen, Olga U. Herrera

A Social Sculpture: The Role of the NMMA in Making the Equitable City

Chair: Cesareo Moreno, Rodrigo Lara, Vincent Valdez

Art at the Intersections of Technology: Producing the Chicago Virtual Gallery

Chair: Melissa Carrillo, Stacey Fox, Juana Román, Paola Ramírez, Nancy Villafranca

Visual Archives and Digital Museums

Sal Guerena, Betsy Andersen, Eduardo Carrillo Film, Adrian Aldaba

Latino Presents and Futurisms

Laura Wellen, Cecilia Fajardo-Hill, Joshua Rios, Víctor M. Espinosa, Ranald Woodaman

The Art of Collecting, The Collecting of Latino Art

Armando Duron, Alfred Cisneros, Hector Aponte & Sandra Aponte, Harriet Romo & Ricardo Romo, Raul Ortiz, Tomás Ybarra-Frausto

Art and Funding the Future of America

Chair: Eduardo Díaz, Diana Campoamor, Angelique Powers, Holly Sidford, Janet Brown

Artists Speak II

Alfonso Piloto Nieves, Victoria Martinez, Luis A. Lara, Gilberto Sandoval & Gabriela Ibarra, Rosa Cabrera

Imaging the Word: The Art of the Scholarly Journal Diálogo

Elizabeth Martinez, Cristina Rodriguez, Delia Consentino, Hector Duarte

If you Paint It, They will Comment: Murals and Community Dialogues

Jimmy Longoria, Ani Rivera, Martin Moreno, George Vargas

Artivisms in Communities

Rene Moreno, Denise Sandoval, Rosemary Meza-Desplas, Teresa Cordova

Contemporary Art and the Central American Diaspora

Beatriz Cortez, Maria Adela Diaz, Jessica KaireTo, Alma Leiva

Living Archives: Recovering the Sources for Latino-American Art

Maria Gaztambide, Josh T. Franco, Marcela Guerrero, Muriel Hasbun

Paño Arte: A Southwestern Chicana/o Art Form Breaks Out to Urban Streets and Other Venues Beyond the Confines of La Pinta

Chair: Victor Alejandro Sorell, Eric Garcia, Jesus Macarena Avila, Cristina Medina

Imagining and Intervening: US Latin@ Art and History Today & Tomorrow

Adriana Zavala, Rose G. Salseda,Tatiana Reinoza, Robb Hernandez, Sonja Gandert, Taina Caragol, Sam Romero

LA/LA Initiative

Chair: Pilar Tompkins Rivas Rita Gonzalez, Bill Kelley, Jr, Mariana Botey

New Shifts in US Latino/a Art History

Karen Mary Davalos, Arlene Davila, Laura E Perez, Constance Cortez, Mariana Ortega

Latino Chicago and the Emergence of a Latino Arts Movement

Chair: Len Dominguez, Marc Zimmerman, Eduardo Arocho, Marta Ayala, Paul Sierra, Errol Ortiz

Imágenes de Mujer

Bibiana Suarez, Jaime Noriega, Alison Fraunhar, Gladys Rosa-Mendoza

What is the Role of Traditional Graphic Arts in Our Contemporary World?

Rene Arceo, Alex Velazquez, Roberto Ferreyra, Montserrat Alsina, Moses Ros

Manifestando Creative Resistance and Participatory Work: The 96 Acres Project

Maria Gaspar, Paulina Camacho, Amanda Cortes, Silvia Gonzalez

Art, Cultural and Neighborhood Change: Art Can Serve as a Catalyst for Economic and Social Change

Moderator: Juana Guzman, Carole Babelle, Neyda Martinez, Elvin Padilla, ShanZuo & DaHuang Zhou

Building Creative Communities: Latinas in Chicago

Chair: Stephanie Manriquez, Elvia Rodriguez-Ochoa, Gloria Talamantez & Noemi Martinez, Thelma Uranga, Lizette, Garza & Delilah Salgado, Vanessa Sanchez & Brenda Hernandez, Nicole Marroquin, Diana Solis, Gloria Talamantes, Sara Cortes, Erika Sanchez, Amanda Cortes, Silvia Gonzalez

DeColonizing Chicana/o Art: A View from L.A.

Charlene Villaseñor Black, Carissa Garcia, Kaelyn Rodriguez, Rose Simmons

D.I.Y Cultura: Multi-Generational Art Round Table

Ricardo Gonzalez, Matthew Silva, Hector Herrera Yepes, David Marques, Teresa Magañ

Cuban Art at the Crossroads: Cuban American Considerations on Collecting and Curating Cuban

Chair:

Raul Rubio, Maria Antonia Cabrera Arus, Carol Damian, Rebecca Ibel, Elzbieta Sklodowska, Tony Ulloa

Borders, Transnational Resistance, Empowerment

Guisela LaTorre & Richard Lou, Abigail Lapin Dardashti, Margarita Cabrera, Elvis Fuentes, Mar Inestrillas

2013 Conference Archive

Explore and enjoy our Latino Art Now! video repository captured during the 2013 Latino Art Now! Conference that took place November 7-9 in Washington, DC which coincided with the exhibition Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art currently on view at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

Keynote Address

What is Latino About American Art? (in 4 parts)

E. Carmen Ramos, Curator of Latino Art, Smithsonian American Art Museuim

Introduced by: Tomás Ybarra-Frausto

PLENARY SESSION

A Closer Look: The Smithsonian American Art Museum's Latino Collection in Context (in 3 parts)

Moderator: E. Carmen Ramos, Smithsonian American Art Museum

Panelists: Abigail McEwen, Yasmin Ramirez, and Abigail Lapin Dardashti

Session

Art Before The Latino Era (in 5 parts)

Moderator: Holly Barnet-Sanchez, University of New Mexico

Panelists: Tomás Ybarra-Frausto, Renee M. Moreno, and Constance Cortez

Session

Current Frameworks for Exploring Latino Art (in 4 parts)

Moderator: Bibian Suárez, DePaul University

Panelists: Terezita Romo, Karen Mary Davalos, Dolores Rivas Bahti, and Taína B. Caragol

Session

Activism, Social Practice and Audience Engagement (in 4 parts)

Moderator: Arlene Dávila, New York University

Panelists: V. Gina Díaz, Judith Huacuja, and Luis Vargas-Santiago

Session

Defying Categories (in 5 parts)

Moderator: Jennifer A. González, University of California, Santa Cruz

Panelists: Tey Marianna Nunn, Alma Lopez Gaspar de Alba, and Orquídea Morales

Session

Ekphrasis: Theory, Then Practice in Poems Inspired By Latino Art (in 4 parts)

Moderator: Francisco Aragón, University of Notre Dame

Panelists: Tino Villanueva and Eduardo C. Corral

Session

Preserving Legacies: Archives and Beyond (in 5 parts)

Moderator: Jason Stieber, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution

Panelists: Pedro Juan Hernández, Ella Maria Diaz, and Josephine S. Talamantez

Session

Latino Art in Public Spaces (in 5 parts)

Moderator: Henry Estrada, Public Art San Antonio

Panelists: Rosa M. Cabrera, Carlos Callejo, and Marisa Lerer

Session

The City as Site and Source (in 5 parts)

Moderator: Carla Stellweg, School of Visual Arts, New York City

Panelists: George Vargas, Chaz Bojorquez, Johana Londoño, and Rocío Aranda-Alvarado

Session

The Art of Collecting (in 5 parts)

Moderator: Gilberto Cárdenas, University of Notre Dame

Panelists: Harriet Roma, Ricardo Romo, Armando Durón, and José Vidal

Plenary Session

Defining Latinidad in American Art (in 5 parts)

Moderator: Susana Torruella Leval, Independent Curator

Panelists: Pilar Tompkins Rivas, Luis R. Cancel, and María del Mar González-González