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Centro Cultural Aztlan will present the 45th Annual Segundo de Febrero Exhibit, bringing together a group of celebrated artists who explore the effects of the Signing of the Treaty of Hidalgo and the creation of borders and the lasting effects it has on the political landscape and the shaping of Latinos/as/xs, Chicanos/as/xs, and Indigenous identity. Through various mediums, each artist answers the question: How is identity shaped through the lens of the borderlands?

Participating artists include Frederick Luis Aldama with Oscar Garza, Fernando Andrade, Terry Blas, Jesse Burciaga, Alexandria Canchola, Isabel Ann Castro, Monica Estrada Saldaña, Kat Fajardo, Hector R. Garza, Omar Gonzalez, Ruth M. Guajardo, Alejandro Macias, Gabi Magaly, Angelica Martinez, Ben Muñoz, Zeke Peña, Alan Serna, Jesus Trevino, and Jose Villalobos.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through March 3.

Centro Cultural Aztlan will present the 45th Annual Segundo de Febrero Exhibit, bringing together a group of celebrated artists who explore the effects of the Signing of the Treaty of Hidalgo and the creation of borders and the lasting effects it has on the political landscape and the shaping of Latinos/as/xs, Chicanos/as/xs, and Indigenous identity. Through various mediums, each artist answers the question: How is identity shaped through the lens of the borderlands?

Participating artists include Frederick Luis Aldama with Oscar Garza, Fernando Andrade, Terry Blas, Jesse Burciaga, Alexandria Canchola, Isabel Ann Castro, Monica Estrada Saldaña, Kat Fajardo, Hector R. Garza, Omar Gonzalez, Ruth M. Guajardo, Alejandro Macias, Gabi Magaly, Angelica Martinez, Ben Muñoz, Zeke Peña, Alan Serna, Jesus Trevino, and Jose Villalobos.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through March 3.

Centro Cultural Aztlan will present the 45th Annual Segundo de Febrero Exhibit, bringing together a group of celebrated artists who explore the effects of the Signing of the Treaty of Hidalgo and the creation of borders and the lasting effects it has on the political landscape and the shaping of Latinos/as/xs, Chicanos/as/xs, and Indigenous identity. Through various mediums, each artist answers the question: How is identity shaped through the lens of the borderlands?

Participating artists include Frederick Luis Aldama with Oscar Garza, Fernando Andrade, Terry Blas, Jesse Burciaga, Alexandria Canchola, Isabel Ann Castro, Monica Estrada Saldaña, Kat Fajardo, Hector R. Garza, Omar Gonzalez, Ruth M. Guajardo, Alejandro Macias, Gabi Magaly, Angelica Martinez, Ben Muñoz, Zeke Peña, Alan Serna, Jesus Trevino, and Jose Villalobos.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through March 3.

WHEN

WHERE

Centro Cultural Aztlan
1800 Fredericksburg Rd.
#103
San Antonio, TX 78201
https://centroaztlan.org/segundo-de-febrero/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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