Fellow Printers from South Africa Visit TANA!

TANA had the pleasure of showing two artists, Goolam Saber and Nathi Simelane, around the area. They drove around Woodland to check out the murals Malaquias and Maceo have created with many folks in the community. Goolam and Nathi also toured our studio to take a look at the art that is being created byContinue reading “Fellow Printers from South Africa Visit TANA!”

May Day

Happy May! In case you did not know, May 1st is the International Day of Action. Several UC Davis students, faculty, and community members attended the rally in Sacramento to voice their support and solidarity for those who may be undocumented. Professor Natalia Deeb-Sossa of Chicana/o Studies and Professor Robyn Rodriguez of Asian American Studies. BothContinue reading “May Day”

Inaugural Chicana/o & Latina/o Printing Summit

Our very own co-founder, Malaquías Montoya, was invited to attend the Inaugural Chicana/o & Latina/o Printing Summit in Los Angeles this past week. Since printing has such a strong legacy in social justice, especially in the Chicano movement, the intention of this summit was to pave the way to create “a national pipeline for master printersContinue reading “Inaugural Chicana/o & Latina/o Printing Summit”