Articles/Publications

On Faith Dreams and Art, Marta Sanchez

As a child, I saw that art held a daily purpose for us. It inspired my grandmother to worship and communicate to God and her many saints, and uplifted us with spiritual, miraculous images that taught us morals based on the narratives of the image. From our churches to the shrines at my grand- mother’s home, I began to talk to and meditate on statues and paintings…”

Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies (ISSN: 0005-2604) is published twice a year, in spring and fall, by the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Press.

All issues of Aztlán, dating back to 1970, re available online to subscribe at aztlanjournal.metapress.com. Annual subscription rates in United States, Canada, and Mexico are  $30.00 per year for individuals and $210.00 per year for institutions. Visit  www.chicano.ucla.edu to order online. or send a check, draft, or money order in U.S. funds, payable to the Regents of the University of California”© 2012 The Regents

– Collective of Latino artists opens exhibit in Chestnut Hill :http://bit.ly/1ucRxGx

Article for HOY en Delaware:   HOY en Delaware LLC

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

-Contemporary Chicana and Chicano art: Artists, Works, Culture and Education vol. I and II
Arizona Press
www.latinoartcommunity.org

-Art work can also be found in Running Press Books:

Latino Wit and Wisdom (Miniature editions)
Mothers                               (Courage books)
Quotable Women              (Courage Books and recently printed (Miniature edition)www.runningpress.com

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