Talleres de la Frontera
Talleres de la Frontera is a group exhibition featuring monotypes on paper made in workshops at the Segura Arts Studio, South Bend, IN and El Nopal Press, Los Angeles, CA in August of 2014. These prints have travelled together to exhibit in Mexico and New York. On their return trip to South Bend the exhibition was increased with additional prints made by local artists at a new workshop held at the Segura Arts Studio in August 2016.
Exhibiting artists and workshop participants are Adriana Corral, Alma Lopez, Alejandro Romero, Elena Zarandona, Esperanza Gama, Francesco Siquerios, Gronk, Heather Parrish, Hector Duarte, Jackie Welsh, Justin Barfield, Linda Vallejo, Lino Martinez, Maclovio Cantu, Maria Tomasula, Nitza Tufino, Poli Marichal, Ramiro Rodriguez, and Sal Moya.
The overall theme of the prints are migration and borders. Each artist has interpreted the prompt in their own way provoking rich conversation about the issues depicted. Please join us to celebrate their work and to participate in a discussion panel with members of Consejo Grafico on Monday, August 15, 2016 from 5:30 - 7:30 PM. The panel will meet at 6:00 PM. Light refreshments will be served at the reception at the Notre Dame Center for Arts & Culture. If you miss the reception, the exhibition will be up through the end of August.
Special thanks to our partners in these tallers and surrounding events, including the National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures; Inter-University Program for Latino Research; Humanities Without Walls Consortium; Southwest Airlines; and the Segura Arts Studio.