The Daily Bruin featured a piece on comments made by Judy Baca during the recent event "Judy Baca and Anna Indych-López in Conversation," which was co-organized by the CSRC and Hammer Museum.
Daily Bruin, October 19, 2018
In an interview regarding the lifetime achievement award he recently received from the Oscar B. Cintas Foundation, art historian Juan A. Martínez discussed his career and notable publications, including María Brito, published by the CSRC Press as part of the A Ver: Revisioning Art History series.
CSRC Associate Director Charlene Villaseñor Black was interviewed by the Daily Bruin for a piece on the Faculty-in-Residence program, which Villaseñor Black joined last year.
Jacqueline L. Angel and Juan Fernando Torres-Gil, investigators for the Latino and Economic Security project on which the CSRC is a partner, published an op-ed in The Inquirer in which they discuss the ramifications of an aging and majority-minority population.
CSRC director Chon A. Noriega was interviewed for a piece by Hyperallergic, in which he discussed the history, research, and findings of the Invisible No More study. The study, conducted by the Latino Policy and Politics Initiative (LPPO) and the CSRC, examines the Smithsonian Institution’s progress toward implementing the ten recommendations in a 1994 report by the institution's Task Force on Latino Issues.
Gronk's "Mug," a summer news roundup, October events, new library acquisitions and exhibitions, new releases from CSRC Press, and more in this month's newsletter!
Nonprofit Quarterly reported on the findings from the study Invisible No More: An Evaluation of Latino Representation at the Smithsonian Institution conducted by the CSRC and the UCLA Latino Politics and Policy Initiative.
CSRC director Chon A. Noriega published an essay in Faculty Center News, a publication of the UCLA Faculty Center, regarding The Mug, a painting by Gronk. The artist donated the work to the university in the aftermath of the 1993 hunger strikes for Chicano studies at UCLA.
The La Raza exhibition at the Autry Museum of the American West, which was organized in collaboration with the CSRC, was featured in a Los Angeles Times roundup of acclaimed exhibitions across Los Angeles.
The New York Times profiled artist Guadalupe Rosales and her archive of photos and ephemera chronicling Chicana and Chicano youth culture in Los Angeles in the 1980s and '90s. The article cites the CSRC as an early advisor to Rosales regarding her materials.