Al Empezar Malaquias Montoya & The 60s/70s Chicano Arts Movement

Dear TANA Participants and Community Members,

We would like to inform you about Malaquias Montoya’s show in the EastSide Cultural Center. The exhibiton is titled Al Empezar Malaquias Montoya & The 60s/70s Chicano Arts Movement, and will be up until the end of this month.

A reception for this exhibition took place on August 25, 2013 between Malaquias Montoya and Carlos Montes (Brown Berets) and was moderated by Terezita Romo. This event was the first event hosted by EastSide Cultural Center to kick off Xicana/o Moratorium Day.

EastSide Arts Alliance is an organization of artists, cultural workers, and community organizers of color who live and work in the San Antonio district of Oakland. They are committed to support a creative environment that improves the quality of life in our communities and advocates for progressive, systematic social change. EastSide Arts Alliance uses the voice of art and culture to nurture a genuinely multi-cultural community that benefits all peoples. They present community workshop, events and festivals, where individuals learn to use the arts as a way to identify and express their views on issues which affect their lives, as well as the life and health of the community they live in.

For more information on EastSide Cultural Center and upcoming events, please visit: eastsideartsalliance.com

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TANA: Taller Arte del Nuevo Amanecer is a community based art center managed by the Chicana/o Studies Department at the University of California, Davis. TANA is located at 1224 Lemen Avenue in Woodland, California.

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