Tradition and Transculturalism in Latinx Art
an exhibition featuring high school students in north Georgia, curated and organized by UNG Students
March 30th - April 20th - Reception April 13th, 2023, 5-7 pm
The John Amoss Student Art Gallery
1905 Art & Technology
University of North Georgia, Gainesville campus

Research Guidance and Project Management: Ana Pozzi Harris
Special Participation: Tiffany Prater, Haley Huebner, Jennifer Graff

ART 3570 Mexican and U.S. Latino Art, Spring 2023
Web Catalog, Exhibition Planning, and Execution
All exhibition texts were authored by Sophia Meneses San Roman and Elizabeth Padilla Brun
All compiling and copyediting - Emily Kane and Stephanie McBride
Website layout - Alberto Lopez, Jack Morrison, and Ana Pozzi Harris
Poster design - Alberto Lopez 
Exhibition design and installation - Megan Allen, Whitney Little, and Ana Pozzi Harris
Reception organization and speeches - Stephanie Leyva and David Olsen

Invitational Lessons taught at North Georgia area high schools
Beck Becker. "Latine Artists." Presented at Gainesville High School, February 1, 2023
Nam-Suny Bolles. "Latin American Art." Presented at Lumpkin County High School, February 3, 2023
Audrey Buchans. "Mexican and U.S. Latino Art." Presented at Lumpkin County High School, January 31, 2023.
Kristin Clark. "Latinx artists and their contributions to the history of their culture." Presented at Flowery Branch High School, January 31, 2023
Julia Hazel. Presented at Flowery Branch High School, February 3, 2023.
Peyton Holley. Presented at East Hall High School, February 1, 2023. 
Becca Locke. "The Relevancy of Mexican and Latinx Art in our Culture Today." Presented at Forsyth Central High School, February 1, 2023.
Ally Miller. "Mexican and Latino Art." Presented at Lumpkin County High School, February 1, 2023.
Grace Witkowski. "Mexican and Latino Art History." Presented at East Hall High School, February 2, 2023.

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