Immigration 101: Artists Speak Out

A Group Show

Curated by Kathy Gallegos

Why do people immigrate? Some because of economics: they don’t have opportunities for their families. Some because of war or violence: they’re escaping a dangerous place. Some because of famine. Some because they want a better life. Some migrate because they can’t live in their land anymore because of natural disasters not driven by a war, but by a hurricane, earthquake or flooding. We need to hear the plight of the immigrant. We need to hear their voices.
Artists: Albert Esquer, Bobby Rojas, Gabrijel Hammond-Savic Ra, Ghazai Ghazi, Gloria Vasquez-Warner, Jessica Ceballos y Campbell, Kai Matussik, Manuel Figueroa, Margaret Garcia, Mario Hernandez/Wayne Healy, Martin Bustamante, Michel Breard, Narsiso Martinez, Nica Aquino, Paulina Celaya, Raoul De la Sota, Sergio Teran, Sheri Stoll, Simone Gad, Sue Welsh, Sulema Flow, and Vojislav Radovanovic.

Exhibit is on view until April 7, 2018.