Resume

Marta Sanchez

EDUCATION

1986

MFA in Painting, Tyler School of Art/ Temple University, Philadelphia, PA,

1984-85

Tyler School of Art, Temple Abroad Program, Rome. Italy

1979-82

BFA in Painting, University of Texas at Austin

 AWARDS

2014              Independence Foundation Fellowships in the Arts

2010              Transformation Award, Leeway Foundation

2006              Art and Change Grant, Leeway Foundation

2002              Window of Opportunity Grant, Leeway Foundation

1998-99       Simons Recreation Center Public Art Competition Winner, City of Philadelphia

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2015-16

Member, Women’s Philanthropy Network, Philadelphia Foundation, Philadelphia, PA

2005-16

Art Instructor, St. Joseph University, Philadelphia, PA

2014-16       Democratic committee member, 21st Ward, Roxborough, PA

2012-16

Brandywine Workshop Local Advisory Committee, Philadelphia, PA

2013-16

Education Advisory Committee for Visitenos Program, Taller Puertorriqueno, Philadelphia, PA

2004-05

Member, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Committee on Latin American Outreach

2004-10

Member, The Philadelphia Museum of Art Committee on Education

2004-13

Member, Inliquid.com Board member

2004-10

Member, The Free Library of Philadelphia Print and Picture Collection Committee

2009-10

Delegate Selection Committee and Regional Leader for Vision 2020 In Equality, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA

2000-16

Art Instructor, Springside Chestnut Hill Academy, Philadelphia, PA

2000-02

Part-time instructor, Tyler School of Art/Temple University

1997-02

Coordinating assistant of outreach program, Division of  Education, Philadelphia Museum of Art.

1997-12

Museum teacher, Philadelphia Museum of Art

2001-08

Member, Art in City Hall Exhibition Committee, Philadelphia, PA

1997-02

Member, Philadelphia Art Alliance Exhibition Committee

1997-00

Member, Taller Puertorriqueno ’s Exhibition Committee Philadelphia, PA

1998- 08

Summer instructor, ARTSTART Program, Tyler School of Art/Temple University

1992-16

Founder and coordinator, Cascarones Por La Vida/Cascarones for Life, an annual fundraiser benefiting children with AIDS and the homeless of Philadelphia.

1997

Coordinator, Latin Artist Forum ‘97:  Mapping Creative Energy, the first citywide created by and for Latino artist of all disciplines Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2015

Cuentos, The art of Marta Sanchez, Midland College, Midland   Texas

Unfolding the life of Blanca Estela, Crawford Center Campus Gallery, Episcopal Academy, Newtown Square, PA

Transcendental Train Yards, The Philadelphia Art, Alliance, Philadelphia, PA

2013

Marta Sanchez, Priya Gallery, Woodbury NJ

2012

Arte Bendito/Arte Filantropico, Taller Puertorriqueño, Philadelphia

2003                        

New Works on Paper in conjunction with National Council of La Raza 35th Annual Conference, Austin, TX

2002

Transcendental Train Yards/ and Other Stories, From the Heart, St. Joseph University, Philadelphia, PA

2000            

Solo Exhibition Guadalupe Art Center, San Antonio, TX

Transcendental Train Yard: A Narrative Landscape Pennsylvania State University, Middletown, PA

1997                         

The Ritualistic Narratives of Marta Sanchez,                                              Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

1996             

Con Safos/With Soul, The Walt Whitman Cultural Art Center, Camden, NJ

SELECTED INVITATIONAL AND JURIED EXHIBITION

2016

Historias/Viajes-A Viva Voz exhibition, of works by Marta Sanchez and Lilliana Wilson, Benson Latin American Studies and Collection, University of Texas, at Austin.

Confetti Eggs: Cascarones Por La Vida Art Fund, Creativity for a Cause, Art at the Airport, Philadelphia, PA

Border Crossings: Immigration in Contemporary Prints, La Salle University Art Museum, and Philadelphia

2015             

Pennsylvania Icons, The State Museum of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, PA( 2015-2019)

Inaugural Exhibit of the Pennsylvania Art And Children’s Program, The State Museum of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, PA

The McNay Print Fair, Ruiz-Healy Art, San Antonio Texas

2014             

Art Basil, Miami Beach, Florida Ruiz-Healy Art

2014             

Gotas Hacen Mares, Borrelli’s Chestnut Hill Gallery, Phila.PA

2012

Visual Narratives, prints from the Brandywine Workshop, Art in City Hall, Philadelphia, PA

Dialogo 365:Carpe Diem, Philadelphia City Hall, Philadelphia PA

Full Spectrum: Prints from the Brandywine Workshop,

Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia PA

2011-14       

WE ARE YOU, Five year traveling exhibition, traveling from New York to Europe. Wilmer Jennings Gallery, NY, NY

2011-15

Chicanaitas, Small Paintings from the Cheech Marin Collection {size doesn’t matter}, U.S. Traveling exhibition, curated by the Mesa Contemporary Arts, Mesa Arizona

2011             

Arte Tejano: De Campos, Barrios y Fronteras, OSDE Espacio de Arte, Buenos Aires, Argentina

2010             

Suenos: Contemporary Latin American Art, Noyes Museum of Art, Oceanville, New Jersey

2010             

Daniel Brewer and Marta Sanchez: New works on Paper, Chestnut Hill Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

2009            

“Fusion,” American Classics meet Latin American Art, The Biggs Museum Of American Art, Dover, DE

2008            

Vidas Hispanas, Mundos Latinos-Simplicidad y Complejidad (Hispanic Lives, Latin Worlds, -Simple Complexities), Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE

2008-10      

Celebration of Visual Traditions/New Works of Diverse Pennsylvania Artists/traveling exhibition, Penn State, University, University Park, Jump Street Whitaker Center, Harrisburg, Lancaster Museum of Art, Lancaster, PA Heeschen Gallery, Meadville Council on the Arts, Meadville, PA, African American Museum in Philadelphia, Philadelphia PA

2008

Memorias, a group exhibition of Latino and Latina American Artists in the Delaware Valley, Artesanos Gallery Philadelphia PA. Frida and Me- Common Threads, Project Gallery,                     Philadelphia, PA

CHICANO ART AND SOUL, Cheech Marin Collection, The Muzeo, Anaheim, California

2007

Moving Culture (all over the map), Euphrat Museum, De Anza College Cupertino California

2006

Creative Exchanges, Rutgers Camden Center for the Arts

2001-03      

Chicano Visions: American Painters on the Verge, Traveling exhibit featuring the private collection of Cheech Marin. Featured at the San Antonio Museum of Art, Smithsonian Museum of Science and Industry, Washington D.C. Clear Channel Inc. presentation.      

1999

Imagenes e Historias/Images and Histories: Chicana Altar-Inspired Art (Traveling exhibition): Tufts University, Medford MA, University of California, Santa Clara, The University of Texas, Lubbock, Texas

1998             

A Sense of Self: Contemporary Ethnic Women Artist, The Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies, Philadelphia, PA

La Expression de un Pueblo en Pennsylvania: Artistas Latinos Contemporaneos (The Expressions of People in Pennsylvania), The State Museum of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg PA

 Not Soon Forgotten: Homage to Paul Robeson,                                       invitational mural exhibition, Levy Gallery, Moore College of  Art and Design, Philadelphia, PA

Artist Selection ll, Two-part invitational exhibition of six  recognized and six new artists of Latin American and Caribbean heritages. Nexus Foundation for Today’s Art, Philadelphia, PA

1997                         

Art and Religion: The Many Faces of Faith (multi-ethnic interfaith exhibition); Villanova University Art Gallery Villanova, PA, The Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies, Philadelphia, PA (award for Excellence in Painting)

Latino Art in the Capital, (juried exhibition in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month) The State Museum of  Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, PA (Honorable Mention

The Varieties of Religious Experience, The Painted Bride Art Center’s Annual Independent Curator’s Series, Curator Sid  Sachs, Philadelphia, PA

 Retablos and Vessels: The Ritualistic Narratives of  Marta Sanchez and Susan Donato, Taller Puertorriqueno, Philadelphia, PA

1996             

Rome Selection: 30 Years of the Tyler School of Art,Temple/ Rome Program, Temple Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

Ars Botanica: Art and Nature, City Hall, Philadelphia, PA

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2015              Transcendental Train yards, Wings Press, San Antonio, TX http://wingspress.com/book.cfm?book_ID=203

2014              Collective of Latino artists opens exhibit in Chestnut Hill, Tara Lynn Johnson, 21st Century Media

OPERATING OUTSIDE THE LINES, video documentary about Brandywine Workshop, Scribe Video Center, Philadelphia PA

2012                  On Faith, Dreams, and Art, Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies, UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, Los Angeles, CA

Archival file established for the Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection, University of Texas at Austin, Texas

Philadelphia Folklore Project, PFP’s artist biography for 2012 Community Supported Art (CSA program) www.folkloreproject.org/folkarts/artists/sanchez_m/index.php

2011      Mt. Airy Artist Receives $15,000 Leeway Transformation Award Sara Zia Ebrahimi, Mt.Airy Patch, Philadelphia

2010       Artwork used for the set of NBC television series, OutLaws, http://www.nbc.com/outlaw/

2007        Interview for Teachers Package for the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Education Department

From San Antonio to Mount Airy with love (and fine art), by Jillian Byron, Chestnut Hill Local, November 2007

Marta Sanchez, Hispanic Today, September 2007

2004             Marta Sanchez, An Artist’s Journey by Wuanda Walls in Art Matters, Philadelphia, PA August 2004

2002            Mestiza Aesthetics and Chicana Painterly Visions by Tere Romo, essay from Chicano Visions American Painters on the Verge, Bulfinch Press Book, Boston, New York, London

2002              Aztlan in Tejas: Chicano/Chicana Art from the Third Coast by Constance Cortez, essay from Chicano Visions American Painters on the Verge, Bulfinch Press Book, Boston, New York, London

Contemporary Chicana and Chicano Art: Artist, Work, Culture, and Education, Arizona State University (see: www.latinoartcommunity.com)

2000            Quotable Women, published by Running Press, Philadelphia, PA

1999              Women Artists, 1940 to the Present and Contemporary Latin-American Artists educational slide sets produced by Davis Art Slides, Worcester, MA

1998              Hispanic Artist in the Capital, Diana Myers-Bennett Roberts in  Art Matters Philadelphia, PA December 1998-January 1999,

The Art t of Womanhood by Rene Lucas Wayne in October 16,1998, Philadelphia Daily News

A Sense of Self: Ethnic Women’s Perspective in Art by Deborah R. Kravetz November 1998, Art Matters, Philadelphia,PA

1997              Mothers, published by Running Press, Philadelphia, PA, Radio interview for Art and Religion exhibition, Radio Times, WHYY, Philadelphia, PA, July

1996              Profile: Marta Sanchez by Judy Hartheimer, (May 15, Vol. 62,  No. 25) Germantown Courier, (Philadelphia, PA

1995              Break an Egg: David Warner’s Critic’s Pick, April 14-24 (no.   556), Philadelphia City Paper 1995

1995              In the Family, Abington Art Center exhibition featured by Karen Smyles, CNN Headline News

Family in all forms is exhibition’s subject by Pheralyn, Pore, Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, PA

 GUEST LECTURES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

2015              Discover your Inner Philanthropist, Philadelphia Foundation, Philadelphia, PA

To mentor is to educate, the innate instincts of Frank Bramblett, Woodmere Art Museum, Philadelphia, PA

2013              Hispanic Art, The Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia PA

2009             Bridging Art and Literature, an Anzaldúan, Practice, co-presenter, with Norma E. Cantú, Panel for The Society for the Study of American Women Writers, Philadelphia, PA

2008             Kahlo Today: A Contemporary Artists Panel, moderator, co curator Emily Hage, Lesley Dill, Sarah McEneaney, Janet Kaplan Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA

2008             Keynote speaker for the Women’s Studies Institute, University of Texas in San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas

2003             Keynote speaker, Latinas Breakfast, National Council of La   Raza, 35th Annual Conference, Austin, TX

Art and Activism, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA

1999            Weaving the Threads for Quality Care, presenter for the Philadelphia Museum of Art ”DVAEYC & PICC Conference, Philadelphia, PA

1998              Ties That Bind, panel discussion, The Painted Bride Art Center,Philadelphia, PA

1998              Retablo Art, Guest lecture, Pennsylvania State University, Schuylkill Haven, PA

1997              Healing Through Culture/ A Level Playing Field, Panel discussion for the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts

 WORKSHOPS

2008             Art and Society, a panel and workshop for teachers in the Delaware Valley, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA

2003             Art and Activism, panel leader, National Council of La Raza Conference Austin Texas

1998              Development of a Latino-Inclusive Community Based Curriculum, Latino Cultures Art Education Conference, Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA

Retablo Workshop, Nexus Foundation for Today’s Art,     Philadelphia, PA

Teacher of numerous outreach workshops in the Philadelphia School district sponsored by Taller Puertorriqueno,Philadelphia, PA

1996           Printmaking sessions for Taller Puertorriqueno’s Youth Artist Program, funded by the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Samuel Fels Fund, and the Philadelphia Foundation

AIDS Street Bilingual Banner Project; Outreach coordinator and teacher, Funded by All Walks of Life, Philadelphia, PA

VISITING ARTIST PROGRAM

2002

Brandywine Workshop, Philadelphia, PA

1998

Vail Visiting Artist Program, Denison University, Granville, Ohio.

Coronado Studio, Austin, Texas

PRIVATE COLLECTIONS (list incomplete)

2016

The University of Texas in San Antonio, San Antonio,TX

Mulvane Art Museum,Washington University,Topeka Kansas

2015

Midland College, Midland Texas

Dr. Constance Cortez, Lubbock, Texas

2014

Stephen Bassett, Philadelphia

Shelly Langdale, Philadelphia, PA

2013

Luis Cortez, president and CEO of Esperanza USA, the largest Hispanic faith-based evangelical network in the United States.

Arturo B. Suarez, Executive Director Positive Solutions Charter School, San Antonio, Texas

Robert Hunt, Philadelphia, PA

Dr. Priscilla Sands

2012 Lydia and John Krzemisnski, Philadelphia PA
2011 Noyes Museum of Art, Oceanville, New Jersey
2010 National Museum of Mexican Art, Chicago, IL
Dr. Gilberto Cardenas, Institute for Latino Studies-Norte Dame
2009 The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia PA
University of California in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California
2009 The McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, TX
2008
La Salle University Museum, Philadelphia PA
Bill Salas, Philadelphia, PA

University of Texas, San Antonio, Texas
University of Texas at Austin, Benson Latin American Collection

2005

Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin, TX

Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX

2004

The University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio Texas

Bob Brand, Philadelphia, PA

Ricardo Romo, San Antonio, TX
Norma E. Cantú, San Antonio, Texas
2001
Cheech Marin, Los Angeles, CA

Print and Picture Collection, The Free Library of Philadelphia,

2000

Simons Recreation Center, Philadelphia, PA
1999

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, New Britain, Pennsylvania
1998

Vail Visiting Artist Archives, Denison University, Granville, OH

The Museum of Fine Art, St. Petersburg, FL
West Regional Library of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA

The State Museum of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, PA

REFERENCES PRESENTED UPON REQUEST © 2001-2016 Marta Sanchez

Education

1986

MFA in Painting, Tyler School of Art/ Temple University,Philadelphia, PA, Temple Abroad Program,

1984

Tyler School of art Temple Abroad Program, Rome Italy

1979-82

BFA in Painting, University of Texas at Austin

Awards

2014

Independence Fellowship in the Arts, Independence Foundation, Philadelphia,PA

2010

Transformation Award, The Leeway Foundation,

Philadelphia, PA

2006

Art and Change Grant, The Leeway Foundation, Philadelphia, PA

2002

Window of Opportunity Grant, Leeway Foundation

1998-99

Simons Recreation Center Public Art Competition Winner, City of Philadelphia

Professional Experience

2000-2015

Art Instructor, St. Joseph University, Philadelphia, PA, Member, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Committee on Latin American Outreach.

Member of Women in Philanthropy, Philadelphia Foundation, Philadelphia, PA

2004-09

Member, The Philadelphia Museum of Art Committee on Education

2004-13

Member, Inliquid.com Committee

2004-09

Member, The Free Library of Philadelphia Print and Picture Collection Committee

2000-15

Art Instructor, Springside ChestnutHill Academy Philadelphia, PA

2000-02

Part-time instructor, Tyler School of Art/Temple University

1997-02

Coordinating assistant of outreach program, Division of Education, Philadelphia Museum of Art.

1997-2012

Museum teacher, Philadelphia Museum of Art

2001-08

Member, Art in City Hall Exhibition Committee, Philadelphia PA

1997-02

Member, Philadelphia Art Alliance Exhibition Committee

1997-00

Member, Taller Puertorriqueno ’s Exhibition Committee Philadelphia , PA

1998-08

Summer instructor, ARTSTART Program, Tyler School of Art/Temple University

1992-15

Founder and coordinator, Cascarones Por La Vida/Cascarones for Life, an annual fundraiser benefiting children with AIDS and the homeless of Philadelphia.

1997

Coordinator, Latin Artist Forum ‘97: MappingCreative Energy, the first citywide, created by and for Latino artist of all disciplines, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

Selected Solo Exhibits

2015                 Transcendental Train Yards, The Philadelphia        Art Alliance,

                          Unfolding the life of Blanca Estela, Crawford Center Campus                               Gallery, Episcopal Academy, Newtown Square, PA

                          Cuentos, The art of Marta Sanchez, Midland College, Midland                               Texas

2003

Marta Sanchez /Solo Exhibition,  Priya Gallery, Woodbury, NJ

New Works on Paper in conjunction with National Council of La Raza 35th Annual Conference,Austin, TX

2002

Transcendental Train Yards/ and Other Stories, From the Heart, St. Joseph University, Philadelphia, PA

2000

Solo ExhibitionGuadalupe Art Center, San Antonio, Tx Transcendental Train Yard: A Narrative LandscapePennsylvania State University, Middletown, PA

1997

The Ritualistic Narratives of Marta Sanchez,Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

1996

Con Safos/With Soul, The Walt Whitman Cultural Art Center, Camden, NJ

Selected Invitational and Juried Exhibitions

2012

Diaolgo 365: Carpe Deim, Philadelphia City Hall, Philadelphia PA

2011-14

Chicanitas,Small Paintings from(all over the map). U.S. traveling exhibition, curated by the Mesa Contemporary Arts, Mesa Arizona

2011

New Works on Paper in conjunction with National Council of La Raza 35th Annual Conference, Austin, TX

2010

Suenos: Contemporary Latin American Art, Noyes Museum of Art, Oceanville, NJ

2009

“Fusion,”American Classics meet Latin American Art, Dover, DE

2008

Vidas Hispanas, Mundos Latinos-Simplicidad y Complejidad (Hispanic Lives, Latin Worlds, Simple Complexities), Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE Serie Print Project, Mexican American Cultural Center, Austin, TXCelebration of visual Traditions/New Works of Diverse Pennsylvania Artists/traveling exhibition, Penn State University, University Park, Jump Street Whitaker Center, Harrisburg, Lancaster Museum of Art, Lancaster, PA Heeschen Gallery, Meadville Council on the Arts, Meadville, PA, African American Museum in Philadelphia, Philadelphia PA Memorias a group exhibition of Latino and Latin American Artists in the Delaware Valley, Artesanos Gallery Philadelphia, PA. Frida and Me- Common Threads, Project Gallery, Philadelphia, PA  CHICANO ART AND SOUL, Cheech Marin Collection Exhibition, The Muzeo, Anaheim, California

2007

Moving Culture(all over the map), Euphrat Museum, De Anza College Cupertino California

2006

Creative Exchanges, Rutgers Camden Center for the Arts

2001-03

CHICANO VISIONS:AMERICAN PAINTERS ON THE VERGE, Traveling exhibit featuring the private collection of Cheech Marin. San Antonio Museum of Art, Smithsonian Museum of Science and Industry Wash.D.C., and Clear Channel Inc.(for updated traveling info: www.chicano-art-life.com)

1999

Imagenes E Historias/Images and Histories, Chicana Altar-Inspired Art Traveling exhibition: Tufts University, Medford MA, University of California, Santa Clara California and The University of Texas, Lubbock, TexasPortraiture: Not by Definition, Westby Art Gallery, Rowan University, Glassboro NJ

1999

Portraiture: Not by Definition, Westby Art Gallery, Rowan University, Glassboro NJ

1998

A Sense of Self: Contemporary Ethnic Women Artist The Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies, Philadelphia, PALa Expression de un Pueblo en Pennsylvania: Artistas Latinos Contemporaneos( The Expressions of People in Pennsylvania), The State Museum of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg PANot Soon Forgotten: Homage to Paul Robeson, invitational mural exhibitionLevy Gallery, Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelphia, PAArtist Selection ll, Two part invitational exhibit of six recognized and six new and noteworthy artist of Latin American and Caribbean heritages. Guest Curator Doris Noguiera Rogers, Nexus Foundation for Today’s Art, Philadelphia, PA

1997

Art and Religion: The Many Faces of Faith, a multi-ethnic interfaith religious art exhibition at two sites, Villanova University Art Gallery Philadelphia, PA and The Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies, Philadelphia, PA Director Kay Meyers(Award for Excellence in Painting)Latino Art in the Capital, Juried exhibition in Celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, Harrisburg, PA (Honorable Mention)The Varieties of Religious Experience, The Painted Bride Annual Independent Curator’s Series, Curator Sid Sachs, Philadelphia, PARetablos and Vessels: The Ritualistic Narratives of Marta Sanchez and Susan Donato, Taller Puertorriqueno, Inc., Philadelphia, PA

1996

Rome Selection: 30 Years of the Tyler School of Art, Temple/ Rome Program, Temple Gallery, Philadelphia, PA Ars Botanica: Art and Nature, City Hall, Philadelphia, PA

Bibliography

2013

OPERATING OUTSIDE THE LINES, a new documentary video on the Brandywine Workshop, Scribe Video Center, Philadelphia, PA www.brandywineworkshop.com

2012

On Faith Dreams and Art, Atzlan: A journal of Chicano Studies, UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, Los Angeles, CA

Archival File established for the Nettie Lee Latin American Collection, University of Texas at Austin, Texas

Philadelphia Folklore project, PFP’s Artist biography for 2012 Community Supported Art(CSA program) www.folkloreproject.org/folkarts/artists.sanchez_m.index.php

2011

Mt. Airy Artist Recieves $15,000 Leeway Transformation Award, Sara Zia Ebrahimi, Mt.Airy Patch, Philadelphia

2010

Artwork used for the set of NBC television series, Outlaws http://www.nbc.com/outlaw

2007

Interview for Teachers Package for the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Education DepartmentFrom San Antonio to Mount Airy with love(and fine art), by Jillian Byron, Chestnut Hill Local, November 2007 Marta Sanchez, Hispanic Today, September 2007

2004

Marta Sanchez, An Artist’s Journey by Wuanda Walls in Art Matters,Philadelphia, PA August 2004

2002

Mestiza Aesthetics and Chicana Painterly Visions by Tere Romo, essay from Chicano Visions American Painters on the Verge, Bulfinch Press Book, Boston, New York, LondonAztlan in Tejas: Chicano/Chicana Art from the Third Coastby Constance Cortez, essay from Chicano Visions American Painters on the Verge, Bulfinch Press Book, Boston, New York, LondonContemporary Chicana and Chicano Art: Artist, Work, Culture, and Education, Arizona State University (info: www.latinoartcommunity.com)

2000

Quotable Women, Published by Running Press, Philadelphia, PA

1999

Women Artists, 1940 to the Present and Contemporary Latin American Artists Slide sets produced for educational purposes by Davis Art Slides, Worcester, MA

1998

Hispanic Artist in the Capital, Diana Myers-Bennett Roberts, Art Matters December 1998-January 1999, Philadelphia, PAThe Art of Womanhood, Rene Lucas Wayne, October 16, 1998, Philadelphia Daily NewsA Sense of Self: Ethnic Women’s Perspective in Art, Deborah R. Kravetz November 1998, Art Matters, Philadelphia, PA

1997

Mothers, Published by Running Press, Philadelphia, PARadio Interview for Art and Religion exhibition, Radio Times, WHYY, Philadelphia, PA, July

1996

Profile: Marta Sanchez, Judy Hartheimer, May 15 (Vol. 62, No. 25)Germantown Courier, (Philadelphia, PA)

1995

Break an Egg: David Warner’s Critic’s Pick, April 14-24 (no. 556), Philadelphia City Paper 1995In the Family, Abington Art Center exhibition featured by Karen Smyles, CNN Headline NewsFamily in all forms is exhibition’s subject by Pheralyn, Pore,Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, PA

Guest Lectures and Panel Discussions

2008

Kahlo Today: A Contemporary Artists Panel, moderator, co curator Emily Hage, Lesley Dill, Sarah McEneaney, Janet Kaplan Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PAKeynote speaker for the Women’s Studies Institute, University of Texas in San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas

2003

Keynote speaker for the Latinas Breakfast for The National Council De La Raza 35th Annual Conference in Austin,TX,

Art and Activism, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA

1999

Weaving the Threads for Quality Care, presenter for the Philadelphia Museum ofArt ”DVAEYC & PICC Conference, Philadelphia, PA

1998

Ties That Bind, panel discussion, The Painted Bride Art Center,

Philadelphia, PARetablo Art, Guest lecture, Pennsylvania State University, Schuykill Haven, PA

1997

Healing Through Culture/ A Level Playing Field,Panel discussion for the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts

Workshops

2008

Art and Society, a panel and workshop for teachers in the Delaware Valley, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia,PA

2003

Art and Activism, panel leader, National Council of La Raza Conference Austin, Texas

1998

Development of a Latino-Inclusive Community Based Curriculum, Latino Cultures Art Education Conference, Kutztown UniversityRetablo Workshop, Nexus Foundation for Today’s Art, Philadelphia, PA

1995-98

Teacher of numerous outreach workshops in the Philadelphia School district sponsored by Taller Puertorriqueno, Philadelphia, PAPrintmaking sessions for Taller Puertorriqueno’s Youth Artist Program, funded by the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Samuel Fels Fund, and the Philadelphia Foundation

1996

AIDS Street Banner Bilingual Project; Outreach Coordinator and Teacher, Funded by All Walks of Life, Philadelphia, PA

Visiting Artist Programs

2002

Brandywine Workshop, Philadelphia,PA

1998

Vail Visiting Artist Program, Denison University, Granville Ohio

Coronado Studio, Austin, Texas

Private Collections

2009

The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia PA

University of California in Los Angeles, Los Angeles California

2008

La Salle University Museum, Philadelphia PA

Bill Salas, Philadelphia, PA

University of Texas, San Antonio, Texas

University of Texas at Austin, Benson Latin American Collection

2005

Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin, TX

Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TXDr.

Gilberto Cardenas, Institute for Latino Studies-Norte Dame

2004

The University of Texas at San AntonioBob Brand, Philadelphia, PA

Ricardo Romo, San Antonio, TX

2001

Cheech Marin, Los Angeles, CA Print and Picture Collection, The Free Library of Philadelphia

2000

Simons Recreation Center, Philadelphia, PA

1999

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, New Britain, Pennsylvania

1998

Vail Visiting Artist Archives, Denison University, Granville, OH

Museum of Fine Art, St. Petersburg, FL

West Regional Library of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA

The State Museum of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, PA

Reference and resume presented upon request

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