Saturday, October 20 at Noon and 2pm
Sunday, October 21 at Noon and 2pm
During the 1920s and ’30s the social commentary and revitalization of the Italian Renaissance fresco style of Mexican muralists Diego Rivera, Jose Clemente Orozco, and David Alfaro Siqueiros influenced many WPA artists who combined the creativity of the new art movement with the values of the American people. This program looks at the legacy of this profound cross-cultural relationship.
Enjoy these special walking tours of this artistically rich community while learning about the murals that have been created in the area since the early ‘70s by Mexican and Mexican-American artists. The event is part of the annual Pilsen Open Studios where local artists welcome the public into their workspace.
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Meet at Colibri Studio/Gallery at 2032 W. 18th Street to begin each tour.
Tours are led by local artists.