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Thursday, September 6, 2012

Bump It Mafia presents Feminism and Cultural Identity in Printmaking

Join us for a panel discussion and presentation on Feminism and Cultural Identity in Printmaking presented by the Bump It Mafia and hosted by the Latino Cultural Center in Dallas, Texas.

The panel will be accompanied by an exhibition of The Bump It Mafia Portfolio and an exhibition of prints by Sam Coronado, an Austin-based artists and founder of The Serie Project, Inc, a non-profit Latino arts organization.

Panelists & Organizers:
Cat Snapp, MFA University of North Texas, 2012
Katy Seals, MFA University of Oklahoma, 2012
Linda Lucía Santana, MFA Candidate University of North Texas

Moderator and Organizer:
Coco Rico, MFA Candidate University of Dallas

Date: Saturday, September 22, 2012
Time: 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Location: Latino Cultural Center Auditorium, 2600 Live Oak St. Dallas, TX 75204
Phone: 214.671.0045

DirectionsLCC is located just east of downtown Dallas, near the intersection of Central Expressway and Live Oak Street
Websites: http://www.dallasculture.org/latinoculturalcenter/ , http://bumpitmafia.tumblr.com

Special thanks to Patricia Morales and the Latino Cultural Center.

The Bump It Mafia is a group of women who came together with an interest in printmaking and representing strong, intelligent women. Bump It Mafia is a celebration of womanhood in printmaking and highlighting the importance of camaraderie and community not just amongst women, but amongst all artists of all backgrounds.