$30 members; $35 not-yet-members (all materials, gallery admission, parking validation, continental breakfast, and lunch included)

Open to educators of all subjects, pre-K–12; limited to 15 participants; register by July 18

During this workshop, educators will have the opportunity to:

  • Engage in a guided tour of ¡Printing the Revolution!, learning about how graphic arts have been utilized to build community, engage the public around social concerns, and wrestle with shifting notions of the term Chicano.
  • Learn about the cultural and historical influences that inspired artists featured in the exhibition.
  • Take part in an art-making activity inspired by the exhibition.
  • Participate in conversations and cross-curricular dialogue.

Workshop and Instructor Details

Dr. Hilario Lomelí will deliver a presentation contextualizing art from the exhibition, informed by his interdisciplinary scholarship. Dr. Hilario Lomelí is a Mellon Assistant Professor of Latinx Studies (2022–25) in the Center for Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx Studies at Vanderbilt University.

Bobbilyn Negrón will lead a hands-on art-making workshop. Bobbilyn is an artist and art teacher at Paragon Mills Elementary who was recently named 2023–24 MNPS Teacher of the Year.

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