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CHAC Gallery & Cultural Center Presents: Viva la Vida!, in celebration to the life and times of Frida Khalo CHAC will be hosting a collection of works by artist who explore the iconic painter’s themes of gender, politics, national Identity … Continue reading
CHAC Gallery & Cultural Center Presents: Collective Identitad Collective Identitad is CHAC Gallery’s upcoming group show for the month of June. This show features artists Nancy Slyter, Monica Valdez, Saul & Vincent Jimenez, Lisa Diamor Sanchez, Adrian Rojas, and Frank … Continue reading
CHAC Gallery & Cultural Center Presents: Traces of Life Featuring new works by: Ariane El Rincon Tony Ankele Gerry Pruitt Oralia Venzor Daniel Lowenstein Show runs from April 30 through May 30 Opening First Friday May 1, 2015 Support … Continue reading
CHAC Gallery & Cultural Center Presents: The 14th Annual Santos and Crosses Show For generations Hispanic Villagers of New Mexico and Southern Colorado have created Santos, religious images of Catholic Christian Saints and biblical scenes. These were used in their … Continue reading