Name Descriptor: Chapa Mendoza, Nora, 1932-×
  • Artes unidas de Michigan : Advancing Latino Arts and Culture in Michigan
    Artes Unidas de Michigan
    2003
    This brochure outlines the background and mission of Artes Unidas de Michigan [United Arts of Michigan], including its relationship with previous initiatives to foster Latino and Chicano art and culture in Michigan and its goals to advance Latino [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 781975

  • Nuestras artes en Michigan: an overview of Chicano/Latino/Hispanic art in Michigan
    Gonzales, Jesse
    2003
    In this text, Jesse Gonzales presents an overview of Latino art in Michigan, from the nineteenth-century to the time when he published this essay, touching upon key moments from the 1920s to the 1990s. Gonzales features early fiestas patrias [ [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 781991

  • Race and Culture in the 21st Century
    Chapa Mendoza, Nora, 1932-
    2001
    The artist Nora Chapa Mendoza talks about issues of race and culture in the United States as they shaped her life and career as a Chicano artist. She describes her activities opening galleries, beginning in the early 1970s, in Pontiac and later in [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 782039

  • Straddling la otra frontera: inserting mi chicana/o visual culture into chicana/o art
    Miner, Dylan
    2006
    In this text, Dylan Miner revises the historiography of Chicano art by inserting the activities of Chicano artists active in Michigan (“MiChicano/a” artists) and the Midwest into established narratives of Chicano art and culture. Miner recounts [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 840324