Centro Cultural Aztlan will present A People’s Point of View, a group exhibit, with a reception of the collection on Friday, August 4, 2017 from 6:00 pm to 10:0 pm. A People’s Point of View is a group exhibition based on different points of view responding to the local, national, and global on goings. But not only are the points of view different but the mediums used as well, from photography to acrylic paint, each artist has chosen their own unique way to capture their feelings about their social climates and causes they feel passionate about.
The exhibit will feature:
- Antonio Garcia: Attended Texas A&M earning a BFA in 1996 and a M. ED. Ad in 2001. He has been teaching for more than twenty years. His art has been exhibited in various galleries across the country.
- Noe Garza: Has a BFA in Art from Texas State University. Noe’s art is driven by his love of faith, familia, and culture and the relentless desire to make this world better. “Ultimately, if we love and serve one another unconditionally, peace will prevail.”
- Albert Garcia: Graduated from University of Texas at San Antonio in 2003 and has been in education for the past 8 years. His photography has been showcased in galleries in Bexar and Hays County. His photos have been published in com and with the Hill Country Alliance.
- Angelica Gomez-Mayorga: Her influence around strong women inspired her work. Her early works using solely Q-tips and toothpicks got her known around the community and later received exposure in Los Angeles and Arizona. Her work has been exhibited in Austin and New York.