15th Annual Mujeres de Aztlan Exhibition: Persistent and Resilient

Centro Cultural Aztlanis pleased to present the 15th annual Mujeres de Aztlan exhibition, titled Mujeres de Aztlan: Persistent and Resilient. Through this annual exhibition, Centro Cultural Aztlan aims to raise the visibility of women artists working to develop their careers and expand their artistic expressions. This year’s exhibition focuses on the resilience and persistence of women. These qualities, which seem to be innate to women, are used by women across the globe to address and change the range of gender specific obstacles we face. Resilience makes us stronger as life changes. We develop discernment through experience, mistakes, and hard knocks. We become fearless and adapt to continual change. Women have the persistence to make societal changes such as gaining the right to vote, gaining recognition of female artists, and equal pay for some female athletes. Artists are encouraged to express their unique perspective on these qualities of women. The lead artist for this exhibition is Kathleen Baker Pittman. Join us at the opening reception on Friday, March 8, 2024 from 6:00-9:00pm for light refreshments and live music by Ariel Corinne. The exhibit is free and open to the public and will be on view through Thursday, March 28, 2024 Monday-Thursday, 10:00am-4:00pm, except during holidays. Participating artists include: Participating artists include: Lead artist: Kathleen Baker Pittman Featured artists: Santa Barraza, Kim Bishop, Maria J. Brown, Magdalena Chellet, Lynn Maverick Denzer, Maureen Doebbler, Sara Drescher, Petra Del Sol Eubanks, Barbara Felix, Robin Gara, Laurel Gibson, Crystal Green, Rose Harms, Angelica Mayorga, Marcy McChesney, Adriana Netro, Denise Pérez, Lenise Pérez-Miller, Kathleen Baker Pittman, Manola Ramirez, Maria Ramirez, Regina Y. Sanders, Le Green Schubert, Sarah Shore, Monica Walker, Liliana Wilson, Angela Weddle, and Terry Ybañez. For more information, please call Centro Cultural Aztlan Monday through Thursday, 10am to 4pm at 210-432-1896 or come by Centro Cultural Aztlan’s office located in the Deco Building at 1800 Fredericksburg Road, Suite 103; www.centroaztlan.org.