Centro Cultural Aztlan is pleased to present the 46th annual Segundo de Febrero exhibition titled Segundo de Febrero: Chicana/Chicano Reunion.
This exhibit will honor the 175th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, which ended the U.S.-Mexican War, redistributing the border, and creating a new bi-cultural population. In this exhibition, an exceptional group of celebrated artists will explore the impact of broken treaties, new borders, and their effects on Latino, Chicano, and indigenous history and culture.
Thursday, February 2nd, 2023
The exhibit is free and open to the public and will be on view through February 24th, 2023. Monday-Friday, 10:00am-4:00pm, except for Holidays.
Featured artists: Saúl Adan, Santa Barraza, Celeste De Luna, Jose Esquivel, Albert Garcia, Tony Garcia, Hector Garza, Noe G. Garza, Xavier Garza, Carmen Lomas Garza, Luis “Chispas” Guerrero, Joe Lopez, Angelica Mayorga, Peter F. Ortiz, Ben Ortiz, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Rubio, Armando Sanchez, Jose Segura, Raul Servin, Up, Andy Villarreal, Liliana Wilson, and Terry Ybañez.
If you are an artists and would like to apply for our fall exhibits you can download the applications here: