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Currently Scheduled Exhibits – Some Virtual

The Very Very Very Long Day is a virtual group exhibition highlighting the collective experiences of our cohort of Teaching Artists, as well as members of our Advisory Committee of Self Help Graphics & Art, during the COVID-19 pandemic. The exhibition will begin online August 22.  The artworks in the group show are windows to a specific time, recordings of tangible and intangible events, and experiences during the pandemic. As we continue to celebrate birthdays and special occasions, walk our dogs and attempt to follow a routine in this new normal, we look to the day where we can stand strong, hand in hand, and without masks once again. Read more here.


Xican-a.o.x. BodyCecilia Fajardo-Hill is an independent curator and art historian based in Southern California and New York. As a 2019-20 CSRC research scholar, she conducted research for the upcoming touring exhibition Xican-a.o.x. Body, organized by the American Federation of Arts and the Phoenix Art Museum. Over the past year she worked in the archives at the CSRC and at UC Santa Barbara and made studio visits to and conducted investigations of Chicanx artists in California, Texas, and New York. She and collaborators Gilbert Vicario and Marissa del Toro began compiling the exhibition checklist, which will include approximately 200 works by sixty-five artists.  In spring 2020, Fajardo-Hill was a visiting lecturer and fellowship visiting research scholar in the Program in Latin American Studies (PLAS) at Princeton University. She co-taught the first Latin American art history course at Princeton to include Chicanx art in the syllabus. Victoria Delgadillo will exhibit her suitcase multi-media sculpture “American Manufactured Vacation, Juarez Suitcase, 2004” in this grand exhibit.  Please get updates on dates and venues here


Graphic Impact: Our Lives in Print (featuring women in print), 2020.  Glasgow Print Studio in the UK was established as an artists’ workshop in 1972.  The Studio is now an internationally acclaimed centre of excellence in fine art printmaking, promoting contemporary and innovative printmaking. Victoria Delgadillo’s print made in 1996 is part of this studio’s collection which contains over 4,500 items made by Scottish and international artists and dating from the 1970s to the present day. These include fine art prints and related material (blocks, plates, stage proofs, preparatory material). Graphic Impact: Our Lives in Print is a two year project which began in April 2018. The project focuses on the early days of Glasgow Print Studio (1972- 1989), in particular the role of women who have contributed to the growth of the organization in a variety of ways. View Victoria’s print in this exhibit here


Nuestras Historias: Stories of Mexican Identity from the Permanent Collection is open year round.  Plan a visit  Victoria Delgadillo’s painting of Laura Berenice, a disappeared young woman of Ciudad Juarez is in this permanent exhibit and museum collection. View the exhibit at Galería Gilberto & Dolores Cárdenas, The National Museum of Mexican Art, 1852 West 19th Street, Chicago, IL 60608.  read more


Just Added! To the Library of Congress

34 of Victoria’s artwork images are inducted into the Library of Congress digital archive read more

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