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Curriculum Vitae

 

Education

 

2000                            University of Wisconsin Madison                            Master of Fine Arts – 2-D & 3-D

2000                             Universidad Nahuatl, Ocotepec, Morelos              Painting & Traditional Culture-Certificate

1997                             The School of the Art Institute of Chicago            Advanced Painting Institute-Certificate

1995                             Texas Woman’s University, Denton                        Bachelors of Arts – 2-D & 3-D - Magna Cum Laude

 

 

Teaching Experience                                                                         

 

2014-present               Associate Professor & Visual Arts Program Head, Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio, Texas

2011-2013                   Education Director, Healing Arts Program, Bihl Haus Arts, San Antonio, Texas

2006-2010                   Visiting Professor, Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio, Texas

2006-2007                   Visiting Artist, Healing Arts Program, Jump Start Performance Company, San Antonio, Texas

2003-2006                   Lecturer, Palo Alto College, San Antonio, Texas

2001–2002                 Visiting Artist, MujerArtes, Esperanza Peace and Justice Center, San Antonio, Texas

2001–2002                 Lecturer, St. Phillip’s College, San Antonio, Texas

2000                             Directed Student Mural, Chicana/o Studies Program, UW Madison (Assisted by Malaquias Montoya)

1999                             Lecturer, Chicana Feminism, Chicana/o Studies Program, UW Madison

1998                             Lecturer, Contemporary Issues in Chicana/o Art, Chicana/o Studies Program, UW Madison

 

 

Courses Instructed                                                             

 

ARTS 1301                    Drawing I

ARTS 1313                    Design I – 2D

ARTS 1361                    Art Appreciation

ARTS 2301                    Drawing II

ARTS 2313                    Design II – Color Theory

ARTS 2314                    Ceramics I

ARTS 2315                    Digital Imaging I

ARTS 2322                    Watercolor

ARTS 2360                    History of Women in Art

ARTS 2361                    History of Art

ARTS 3313                    Design III – 3D

ARTS 3314                    Ceramics II

ARTS 3315                    Digital Imaging II

ARTS 3322                    Painting I

ARTS 3331                    Sculpture I

ARTS 3341                    Graphics

ARTS 3356                    Barrio Art and Popular Culture

ARTS 3361                    Mexican American Visual Art

ARTS 3365                    Narrative and Sequential Art

ARTS 4322                    Painting II

ARTS 4331                    Sculpture II

ARTS 4370                    Selected Issues in Art-Portraits in Paint or Ceramics

ARTS 5318                    Afrika: The 3rd Root of Mexico

ARTS 5335                    Professional Exhibition Practicum

ARTS 5370                    Senior Exhibition Seminar

 

Courses Developed                                                             

 

ARTS 2340                    Design IV – 4D

ARTS 3345                    Watercolor: Radical Approaches in Art

ARTS 3360                    Womyn, Gender and Social Change in Art

ARTS 3356                    Barrio Art and Popular Culture

ARTS 4370                    Selected Issues in Art- Portraits in Paint or Ceramics

ARTS 5318                    Afrika: The 3rd Root of Mexico

ARTS 5335                    Professional Exhibition Practicum

ARTS 5370                    Senior Exhibition Seminar

 

 

Professional Experience

 

2016 – present             Business Owner, Corazones On Fire: Painting With a Cultural Edge, San Antonio, Texas

2011 – 2013                 Arts Education Director, Bihl Haus Arts, San Antonio, Texas

2010 – 2011                 Café Owner, Cafe Citlali @ Gallista Gallery, San Antonio, Texas

2007 – 2009                 Visual Arts Program Coordinator, Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio, Texas                         

2005 – 2007                 Graphic Artist, Women Studies Institute, University of Texas San Antonio

2005 – 2010                 Graphic Artist, Kinesiology Department, University of Texas San Antonio

2001 – 2003                 Visual Arts Program Director, Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio, Texas

 

                       

Curatorial Experience

 

2017                             On & Off Fred Studio Tour: OLLU Alumnae Exhibition, Corazones On Fire Studio, San Antonio, Texas

 

2015                             Como La Flor: Honoring Selena Art Exhibition, Guadalupe Cultural Arts, San Antonio, Texas

                                      Mujeres: Pride of the Westside Exhibition, Blue Room, Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio, TX

 

2011                             Luchadoras: Reclaiming Woman’s Voice, Movement Gallery, San Antonio, Texas

 

2010                             Corazones On Fire Schools W/O Art Project, Gallista Gallery, San Antonio, Texas

                                      Koyolxauki Art Exhibition, 2nd Annual International Conference on the Art & Work of Gloria Anzaldua, Gallista Gallery, San Antonio, Texas

 

2009                             Chale Con El Pleito, Arriba Con Las Cholas Exhibition & Runway Fashion Show, Gallista Gallery, San Antonio

                                      Cristal Contemporaneo, Galerìa Tonantzin, Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio, Texas

                                      Gema: Dando A Luz Al Arte de Mujer, Galerìa Tonantzin, Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio

                                      Alma de Mujer, Corazon de Hombre, Luz de Luna Gallery, Gallista Gallery, San Antonio, Texas

 

2008                             Puro Conjunto Puro Corazon Exhibition, Galerìa Tonantzin, Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio, Texas

                                      Alma Indigena: Tierra, Raiz, y Sangre, Galerìa Tonantzin, Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio, Texas

 

2003                             Arte Contemporaneo Exhibition, Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio, Texas

                                      SA/LA Preview Exhibition, Los Lobos Concert-Lila Cockrell Convention Center, San Antonio, Texas

                                      ChicaNuvo: Contemporary Chicana/o Works, Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio, Texas

                                      La Chicana, Mexican-American Unity Council, San Antonio, Texas

                                      Asì Nacimos Exhibition, Ay Chispas Gallery, San Antonio, Texas

 

2002                             Tapetes: Weavings of Pastora Gutierrez-Oaxacan Artist, Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio, TX

                                      Mikailhuitl: Fiesta de Muertos, Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio, Texas

 

1999                             Wash Cycle, 710 Gallery, Madison, Wisconsin

                                      Territories of Spirit, Commonwealth Art Space, Madison, Wisconsin

Selected Exhibitions

 

2019                             Mundos Alternos; Art and Science Fiction in the Americas, Queens Museum, Queens, New York, April 7 -  August 18, 2019.

 

2018                             We Are Exhibition, Culture Commons Gallery, May 17 - July 13, 2018. San Antonio, Texas

                                      Dualidad: Todas Las Partes de Mi Ser, Solo Exhibition, May 18 -  June 8, 2018. La Marca Gallery, Habana Vieja, Cuba. 

                                      Café Negro Mestizaje: La Tercer Raiz. XXII Scientific Conference on African American Social and Cultural Anthropology. Museo Casa de                                                 África, Centro Histórico de La Habana Vieja, Habana, Cuba.   

                      

2017                             Mundos Alternos; Art and Science Fiction in the Americas, September 16, 2017–February 4, 2018.  University of California Riverside. Part of                                         the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, brings together works by over thirty contemporary artists and collectives from across the                                                         Americas who use science fiction to imagine new realities and alternate worlds.

                                      University of California Riverside. Part of the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, brings together works by over thirty contemporary artists                                         and collectives from across the Americas who use science fiction to imagine new realities and alternate worlds.

                                      Mujeres de Maiz: 20 Years of ARTivism Retrospect L.A., La Plaza de Culturas y Artes, Los Angeles, CA

 

2016                            Curandera Installation, Luminaria Take Two 2016, San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio, Texas

                                     Group Exhibition-Noche Buena Exhibition, Galeria 237, WETC, San Antonio, Texas

                                     Group Exhibition-Indigenous Women, September 2016, Movement Gallery, San Antonio, Texas

 

2015                            Veinticinco Exhibition, UTSA Gallery, University of Texas San Antonio, Texas

                                     21 Migratory Dreams, EVA Gallery, San Antonio, Texas

 

2014                            Mujeres de Maiz Exhibition, Tonalí Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

                                     Fridamania New Media Exhibition, Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, CA.

                                     EVA Inaugural Exhibition. EVA- Ecos de Voces Gallery, San Antonio, Texas

                                     Latino Art: El Corazón de San Antonio, Museo Alameda, San Antonio, Texas

 

2013                           40th Anniversary Lesbian Herstory Exhibition, Johannes Vogt Gallery,  New York, NY.

                                    La Curandera:  Healing Traditions de Mi Gente–Solo Exhibition, Casa de La Cultura, Del Rio, TX

                                   

2012                          Glow:  The Nuclear Show, Bihl Haus Arts, San Antonio, Texas

                                    Willie Velasquez: The boy made of lightning One-Woman Preview Exhibition, Bihl Haus Arts, San Antonio, Texas

                                    Cultural y Vida: A Tejano Art Exhibition, Texas A & M University Kingsville

                                    Survivor: Transforming Life – One Woman Exhibition, Forest Hills Library,San Antonio, Texas

 

2011                           Sobreviviente: Gunaa Xoo Transforming Life One Woman Exhibition, Bihl Haus Arts, San Antonio, Texas

                                    I Was Born Here-One Woman Installation, Bihl Haus Arts, San Antonio, Texas

 

2010                           Dias de Muertos, La Peña Art Gallery, Austin, Texas

                                    Mix and Match, Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin, Texas

 

2009                           Koyolxauki Ceramic Mural, El Sol y La Luna Restaurant, Austin, Texas

                                    Chicano Biennial, MACLA, San Jose, California

                                    Yo Soy/I Am DVD Release Exhibition presented by Arizona State University’s Hispanic Resource Center & Bilingual Press Review, Gallista Gallery,                                         San Antonio, Texas

 

2008                           Presenting Gallista Gallery, Arizona State University, Tempe

                                    Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social, Mestizo Gallery, Salt Lake City, Utah

                                    Chicano Art Symposium, University of Texas San Antonio

                                    Mujeres Uncensored, Gallista Gallery, San Antonio, Texas

                                    Intersectionalities, Feminist Art Exhibition, National Women in the Arts-Wisconsin, UW Madison

                                    Transdiapora, National Women in the Arts Conference, Deloran Gallery, St. Charles, IL.  Exhibition part of the Feminist Art Project, Rutgers                                                 University

                                   Chicano Biennial, MACLA, San Jose, California

                                   Dia De Los Muertos Installation, MACC Mexican American Cultural Center, Austin, Texas

                                   Fiesta de Muertos Installation, Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio, Texas

 

2006                          Intersections, Joyce Gordon Gallery, Oakland, California

                                    Locating Acts of Courage, Tonantzin Gallery, San Juan Bautista, California

                                    Monoprints, Contemporary Art Month Exhibition, Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio, Texas

                                    La Llorona Exhibition, Gallista Gallery, San Antonio, Texas

 

2005                          Pan de Dulce: Diaz de los Muertos Installation, Blue Star Art Complex, San Antonio, Texas

                                   Tlasohtla: El Amor Tiene Muchas Caras, Solo Exhibition funded by the Andy Warhol Foundation. Esperanza Peace Center, San Antonio, Texas

                                   The Woman’s Brush Only, El Sol Studios, San Antonio, Texas

                                   MASA, Mexican American Space Association, Gallista Gallery, San Antonio, Texas

 

2004                          The Rio Bravo Exhibition, McAllen Museum of Art, McAllen, Texas

                                   LA RAZA: Chicano Veterano Exhibition, Gallista Gallery, San Antonio, Texas

                                   De Corazon Fundraiser, Gallista Gallery, San Antonio, Texas

 

2003                          Loteria, Las Manitas Art Gallery, Austin, Texas

                                   The Women, Women’s Museum, Dallas, Texas

                                   Gregory Luna Foundation Art Exhibition and Fundraiser, University of Texas at San Antonio, Texas

                                   The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo Exhibition, Centro Cultural de Aztlan, San Antonio, Texas      

                                   Asì Nacimos Exhibition, Ay Chispas Gallery, San Antonio, Texas

                                   Ya Vine Pa’tras Exhibition, Esperanza Peace & Justice Center, San Antonio, Texas

 

2000                         Cesar Chavez Mural, Chicana and Chicano Studies Program, UW Madison

                                   Café Citlali Installation and Exhibit, 710 Gallery, University of Wisconsin Madison

 

1999                          Wash Cycle, 7th Floor Gallery, UW Madison

                                   Troubling Customs II International Exhibition, Germany

 

1998                          IL Maniero of Re-membering: Honoring Wise Women Exhibition, Germany

                                   Troubling Customs International Exhibition, Ontario Art & Design Gallery, Toronto, Ontario

                                   Guadalupe III:  12 x12 Exhibition, Santa Fe Council for the Arts, New Mexico

 

1997                          IL Maniero of Re-membering:  Honoring Wise Women Exhibition, Ceres Gallery, NYC

                                   The 4th Annual Retablo & Ex-Voto Auction, Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin, Texas

                                   Alumni Art Exhibition, Texas Woman’s University TWU Denton

                                   Territories of Spirit Exhibition, Commonwealth Gallery, Madison, WI

 

1996                          Cada Vida, Una Historia Exhibition, La Peña Gallery, Austin, Texas

                                    Visions of Independence Exhibition, La Peña Gallery, Austin, Texas

                                    Dìa de Los Muertos Exhibition, Bath House Cultural Center, Dallas, Texas

 

 

Selected Presentations and Publications

 

2018                         Presenter/ Exhibitor: XXII Taller Científico de Antropología Social y Cultural Afroamericana, Museo Casa de África, Centro Histórico de La Habana                                        Vieja. Habana, Cuba.

                                                                       

2017                         Presenter: Southwest Fulbright Symposium, University of Texas San Antonio, Texas

                                  Panelist: Mundos Alternos, San Antonio Book Festival, Central Library. Greg Barrios, John Philip Santos, Cathryn Merla Watson & Ben Olguin.                 

2016                         Keynote: “Decolonial Epistemologies: Spaces & Circuits of Artistic Production, UTSA

                                  ALGBTIC 2016 Conference, Hotel Contessa, San Antonio, Texas

                                  Panel Discussion: Not Your Normal Place: Artists Taking Their Work to Non-Traditional Sites, SAMA    San Antonio Museum of Art

                                  Presentation: Inside Art-Aztlan Journal, UCLA Chican@ Studies Journal, Los Angeles, California

                                  Article and Art-Aztlan Journal, UCLA Chican@ Studies Journal, Los Angeles, California

                                  Presentation: Curandera. 2016 NACCS National Association of Chicana and Chicano Studies, Denver, CO

 

2014                        Presentation: “La Catrina: An Amusing Satirical Bourgeois Symbol in A Celebration Rooted in Ancestral Culture,” Wellesley College, Massachusetts.

                                 Book Cover:  Domestic Disturbances: Re-Imaging Narratives of Gender, Labor, and Immigration.

                                 Dr. Irene Mata.  University of Texas Press.

                                 Presentation:  “La Guerrillera Project: Canciones, Arte y Curaciones,” Northern New Mexico College, Española, New Mexico.

                                 Book Cover:  MALCS Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social Journal. Ed.  Dr. Josie Mendez Negrete. University of Texas Press, 2014.

                                 Presentation:  “Wild Tongues,” San Antonio Main Library, San Antonio, Texas

 

 2013                      Presentation:  “From Sugar Skulls to Kopal: Iconography and Signification in Dia de Los Muertos Altares,” Wellesley College, Massachusetts.

                                Presentation:  “Healing The Memory With Beauty,” Beacon Center, Brooklyn, NY

                                Presentation:  “Chicana Superheroes, Cantantes, and Cantineras Making Arte Tejana Style,” NACCS National Association of Chicana & Chicana                                         Studies National Conference, San Antonio, Texas

 

2012                       Presentation:  “Dando A Luz Con La Magia del Arte,” NACCS National Association of Chicana & Chicana Studies Texas Regional Conference, Texas                                   State University, San Marcos, Texas

                                Presentation:  “La Guerrillera Project,” 3rd Annual International Conference on the Art & Work of Gloria Anzaldua, University of Texas San Antonio.

                                Presentation:  ‘How To Tame A Wild Tongue,’ Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas

                                Healthy Food Demonstrations:  Tiendita Por Vida Healthy Food Demonstrations (Series of 8), Metropolitan Health District, San Antonio, Texas         

                                Ceramics Workshops:“Las Siete Guerrilleras Clay Workshop (Series of 4),” South Town Community Organic Gardens, San Antonio, Texas 

 

2011                       Publication:  “La Gloria Eres Tu.”  El Mundo Zurdo Celebrating 20 Years of Borderlands/La Frontera. Ed. Norma E. Cantù and Christina L. Gutierrez.                                     Aunt Lute Press, 2010.

                                Keynote:  “Revolution of Mind, Body, and Spirit.” National MEChA Conference, University of Wisconsin Madison

                                Presentation:  “Anzalduan Influence on Chicana Art.”  NACCS National Association of Chicana & Chicana Studies, Texas Regional Conference,                                           South Texas College, McAllen, Texas

                                Presentation:  “Coming Into Consciencia.” St. Philips College, San Antonio, Texas

 

2010                       Book Cover:  Cantù, Norma. El Mundo Zurdo: Selected Works from the Meetings of the Society for the Study of Gloria Anzaldùa. Aunt Lute Press.

                                Plenary:  “El Mundo Zurdo, 2nd Annual International Conference on the Art and Work of Gloria Anzaldua,” University of Texas San Antonio.  

 

2009                       Graphic:  Citlali: Intro, July. Todo Austin. Monthly Publication

                                Graphic:  Citlali: Las Siete Guerrilleras, August. Todo Austin. Monthly Publication

                                Graphic:  Citlali: Las Drogas, September. Todo Austin. Monthly Publication

                                Graphic:  Citlali: Dia de Los Muertos, Oct/Nov. Todo Austin. Monthly Publication

                                Graphic:  Citlali: Fiestas Navideñas, Dec/Jan. Todo Austin. Monthly Publication

                                DVD Release:  Yo Soy/I Am, The Artwork of Deborah Kuetzpalin Vasquez, The San Antonio Gallista Community, Hispanic Resource Center, Arizona                                     State University, Tempe

                                Presentation & Publication:  “La Magia de Gloria, El Mundo Zurdo,” 1st International Conference on the Art & Work of Gloria Anzaldua, UTSA            

 

2008                       Plenary: “Citlali: Art and Community Healing Through the Acknowledgement of Our Raices Indigenas,” MALCS Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio                                   Social Conference, University of Utah, Salt Lake City.

                                Presentation:  “Our Raices As The Power Within.” Arte Sana's "Nuestras Voces: Collaboration and   Transformation en la Comunidad" National                                           Conference, San Antonio, Texas

2007                       Presentation:  “Traiciòn y Venganza:  What To Do When Loves Gone Bad?”

                                National Women in the Arts Conference, University of Wisconsin Madison

                                Presentation:  “Citlalita Goes to Oaxaca for Dia de Los Muertos,” Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio

 

2006                       Presentation:  “Pre-Columbian Influences on Contemporary Art,” SAMA San Antonio Museum of Art

                                 Lithograph:  “La Chicana Flecha El Futuro A La Luz De La Luna,” Chicana/o Collection for UTSA

                                 Presentation:  “Guernica,” Universal and Enduring," Jumpstart Performance Company, San Antonio, Texas

                                 Presentation & Graphic Design:  “Superheroes Con Huipiles, Juntas Creating A Stronger Future Conference,” University of Texas San Antonio UTSA

                                 Presentation:  “Raices: Deconstructing the Learning Process Through the Lens of Our Origins,” 

                                 Creating Institutional Change in Big 10 Universities Conference, University of Wisconsin Madison

 

2004                         Illustration:  La Mujeres de Juarez, NALAC National Assoc. of Latino Arts and Culture, San Antonio, Texas

                                  Illustration:  Citlali -Los Siete Guerrilleros, El Placazo, San Anto Cultural Center, San Antonio, Texas

 

2003                         Cover Design:  Gonzales, Patrisia. The Mud People. University of Arizona Press. 2003.

                                  Presentation:  “Our Raices As The Power Within.” Arte Sana's "Nuestras Voces: Collaboration and Transformation en la Comunidad" National                                             Conference, San Antonio, Texas

                                  Publication:  “Coming Back, Tonantzin,” Arts & Culture Journal, spring, Ed.

                                  Publication:  “La Chicana, Tonantzin,” Arts & Culture Journal, Spring, Ed.  

                                  Illustration:  Citlali -Laos Siete Guerrilleras, La Voz de la  Esperanza Arts Journal, February

 

2002                         Keynote:  “The Evolution of Chicanismo–Natural Adaptation or Destruction of a Cultura,” National MEChA Movimiento Estudiantil Chicana/o de                                       Aztlan Conference, Houston, Texas

                                  Presentation:  “Mural Blessing,” San Anto Mural Project and the Guadalupe House, San Antonio, Texas

                                  Presentation:  “Visual Arts at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center,” Museum of Modern Art, North Adams, Mass

                                  Presentation:  “Funding for the Arts at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center,” Ford Foundation, New York, NY

                                  Illustration:  Citlali -Fiesta, La Voz de la  Esperanza, Arts & Letters Journal, April

                                  Illustration:  Citlali -Kuinceañera, Tearing Away at Tradition, La Voz de la  Esperanza, Fifteen-Year Anniversary Publication,  October

                                  Illustration:  Citlali -Water, La Voz de la Esperanza, Arts & Letters Journal, June

 

2001                         Publication:  La Ùltima Polkita- La Voz de la Esperanza, Arts & Letters Journal, March

                                  Illustration:  Citlalita-Drugs y La Raza, El Placazo, San Anto Cultural Center, San Antonio, Texas

                                  Illustration:  Citlali -Critique on Critics, La Voz de la  Esperanza, Arts & Letters Journal, Dec

 

 

University & Community Service

 

2017                          Research in Cuba: Study Abroad Informational

                                    Afrika: The 3rd Root of Mexico Exhibition & Faculty Assembly Reception

 

2016- present           McNair Scholars Program Mentor, OLLU, San Antonio, Texas

 

2016                          Fundraiser-Raices Refugee & Immigrant Center for Education, Corazones On Fire, San Antonio, Texas  

                                   Chicana Art Specialist, Sarah Castillo's MA Thesis Defense-UTSA, San Antonio, Texas  

                                   Keynote: “Decolonial Epistemologies: Spaces & Circuits of Artistic Production, UTSA

                                   ALGBTIC Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Issues in Counseling Conference 2016, Hotel Contessa, San Antonio, Texas

                                   Panel Discussion: Not Your Normal Place: Artists Taking Their Work to Non-Traditional Sites, SAMA San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio, TX

                                   Article Art-Aztlan Journal, UCLA Chican@ Studies Journal, Los Angeles, California

                                   Article-Aztlan Journal, UCLA Chican@ Studies Journal, Los Angeles, California

                                   Presentation: Curandera. 2015 NACCS National Association of Chicana and Chicano Studies, Denver, CO       

 

2015 – Present        Texas Educators Curriculum Committee, TECC Monthly Meetings, Board Member, OLLU, San Antonio                  

                                   P.E.A.C.E. Initiative, Putting an End to Abuse through Community Effort, Board Chair

                                    Safe Zone Training, OLLU, San Antonio, Texas

                                    Service Learning Faculty Committee, OLLU, San Antonio, Texas

                                    Curate & Present, Final Exhibitions and Capstone Presentations, OLLU, San Antonio, Texas

 

2006 – Present         Our Lady of the Lake University (See attachment)

 

2005                           Frank Tejeda Art Scholarship Committee, Palo Alto College, San Antonio, Texas

                                    Ciro Rodriquez Scholarship Fund for the Arts, Palo Alto College, San Antonio, Texas

           

1999-2000                Dean of Students Search and Screen Committee, UW Madison

                                   Equity and Diversity Committee, UW Madison

                                   Chicana and Chicano Studies Departmental Committee, UW Madison

 

 

Professional Affiliations, Honors and Community Service

 
National                                                                       

2013                             Leadership Institute         NALAC National Association of Latino Arts and Culture

2007-present               Member                             CAA College Art Association

                                      Member                              Women’s Caucus for the Arts

2004-present              Member                              MALCS Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social

1999-present              Member                              NACCS National Association of Chicana & Chicano Studies

2002-2004                  Member                              Coast to Coast:  National Women Artist of Color, Jamaica, New York

1997-2000                  Member                              MEChA Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan

1997-2004                  Member                              Central Wisconsin Women’s Center for the Arts, Madison Wisconsin

 

San Antonio, Texas

2018                             Recipient                         Hearst I Research and Development Grant, Our Lady of the Lake University

2017                             Recipient                         Hearst I Research and Development Grant, Our Lady of the Lake University

2017                             Recipient                         Flashman Foundation Grant, Our Lady of the Lake University

2017                             Recipient                         At Home in the World Grant, Our Lady of the Lake University

2017                             Recipient                         La Cosecha Seed Grant, Our Lady of the Lake University

2007-2008                   Visiting Artist                 Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, 1300 Guadalupe St.

2002-present               Member                           Peace Initiative, 1443 S. St. Mary’s Street

2002-2006                   Committee                      International Woman’s Day March, 710 New Laredo Hwy

2002-2004                   Board Member                Fuerza Unida, 710 New Laredo Hwy          

 

University of Wisconsin Madison

1999                             Recipient                       Edith and George Sinakai Fellowship for a Woman in the Arts

2000                             Recipient                       Special Vilas Scholarship

1998-2000                  Founder & Chair            ChicanArte, A Collective of Chicana/o Art & Culture

1998-2000                  Developed                      Amantecoyotl, A Journal of Chicana/o Art & Culture

1998-1999                  Chair                               MEChA Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan

1997-2000                  Community Project      Reading Through Art Project, Centro Guadalupe Pastoral Center Instructor -Art Classes

Professional References

Dr. Diane E. Melby, EdD

President, Our Lady of the Lake University

411 SW 24th Street

San Antonio, Texas 78207

dmelby@ollusa.edu

(210) 434-6711 x

 

Dr. Josie Mendez-Negrete, PhD
Professor, Mexican American and Bilingual Studies

University of Texas San Antonio

501 W. Cesar E. Chavez Blvd.

San Antonio, Texas 78207

josie.mendeznegrete@utsa.edu

(210) 859-1563

 

Dr. Ezequiel Peña, PhD
Associate Professor of Psychology

Director, Center for Mexican American Studies and Research

Our Lady of the Lake University

Moye Hall 215

411 SW 24th Street

San Antonio, Texas 78207

epena@ollusa.edu

(210) 434-6711 x 4148