Since 2010, TANA has worked with visiting artists to create limited edition silkscreen prints. We’re pleased to announce that our prints are now for sale. All proceeds will help support TANA’s community workshops and our visiting artist program. The limited edition prints can be viewed on our online catalog viewable here. Our opening reception was Saturday, OctoberContinue reading “Special Editions Exhibition”
Imagining America (IA) seeks to catalyze change on campuses and build partnerships among public scholars, artists, students, designers and cultural organizations who are addressing the most pressing issues of our time. We do this work through our annual conference, regional organizing institutes, collaborative research and action initiatives, student fellowship programs and online journal, PUBLIC. IAContinue reading “Imagining America”
We successfully were able to raise over $3,500 to donate to our local Dreamers. A special thank you to all the local artists who donated their art and community members who donated food and decorations. Many thanks to DJ Novela for providing the musica and a huge thank you Adelita and her danzantes for theirContinue reading “DACA Art Fundraiser Update!”
This upcoming Friday, from 6 – 8 pm, Natalia Deeb-Sossa and TANA will be hosting an Art Auction to fundraise for DACA recipients! All art is donated from local artists. As always, there will be good food, music, and company joining for a good cause. We hope to see you there!
This past August, our co-founder, Malaquias Montoya was honored through a documentary feature titled El Mural de Malaquias Montoya en el COLEF: La Historia de Tijuana. COLEF, which stands for El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, held its 2nd International Seminar on Migration and Public Policy. Its focus this year is on “Dreamers and Children exiledContinue reading “Malaquias is Honored!”