Tag Archives: Chicano

The Chicano Art Movement

My project focused on the Chicano Art Movement, especially in the 1960s through the late 1970s. It focused on several different artists, including Malaquías Montoya and Rupert Garcia. Their works were mostly through silkscreening and poster making, but their stances on certain political and social problems happening in the time around the United States – Mexico […]



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Abstract of Selena Quintanilla

When hearing the word “artifact” Ancient Egyptian pyramids come to mind. The amazing structures and size made so long ago still standing strong today. Another thing that comes to mind are the arrows or hunting gear that can be found at the Fleming Museum at the University of Vermont from Native Americans that used to […]



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Stolen at Gunpoint

As a kid and probably all throughout your life, you have probably heard the phrase, “violence is never the answer.” You have presumably agreed with this statement and understood that you should always try to work through the problems that come up in life in a reasonable, non-violent way. But what if violence can be […]



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Selena Quintanilla

Selena Quintanilla-Perez Some can still hear her voice throughout Texas; soft tongue rolls and perfect pitches. Selena Quintanilla-Perez, not to be confused with teen sensation Selena Gomez, was seen at the top of every Latin chart in the 90’s. Some even say Selena was the Latin Artist of the 90’s bringing a huge new wave […]



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Stolen at Gunpoint

Lyrics(Translation mistakes may be present): The other day I woke up en la Montaña ‘Cause I was dreaming about Lopez de Santana Feeling suddenly in my throat un veneno This mother-fucker gave the güeros our terreno. We wouldn’t mind to share it with los gabachos. It was too late when we found that they were […]



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