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Thursday, November 8, 2012 at 12:00pm to 12:15pm
258 Goldwin Smith Hall and 429 Rockefeller Hall
The Latino Studies Program and Department of English present
Ana Teresa Fernandez, Painter, Sculptor, Mixed-Media Artist • M.F.A., San Francisco Art Institute
Ana Teresa is an internationally-acclaimed painter and sculptor and her work deals with many issues facing U.S. Latino/a communities, including the US-MX border and representations of gender. Born in Tampico, MX, Fernandez earned an MFA at the San Francisco Art Institute, where she now instructs. Her teaching experience includes UCB and the University of San Francisco. anateresafernandez.com/
SEE BELOW FOR RESCHEDULED DATES FOR ANA TERESA LECTURE AND ART EXHIBIT
PLEASE NOTE: Dia de los Muertos altar WILL be installed Wednesday, October 31 at 2 p.m. in Latino Studies Program, 4th floor Rockefeller Hall---AS PLANNED
Wednesday, November 7, 2012 • 11 am • 258 Goldwin Smith Hall
Lecture: "Blurring Borders: Redefining Truths, Fables, and Folklores"
Lunch with Ana Teresa Fernandez follow talk, 429 Rockefeller Hall (LSP conference room)
Thursday, November 8, 2012 • 12 Noon • 429 Rockefeller Hall (LSP conference room)
"Altar Evolutions," slide show and informal discussion by Professor Ella Diaz about the form and function of altars in the U.S. and Artist Talk with Maria Teresa Fernandez & Ana Teresa Fernandez. Light lunch will be served
This visit made possible with support from the Latino Studies Program, Department of English, Department of Art, Visual Studies Program, Department of Romance Studies, Department of Performing and Media Art, Feminist, Gender and Sexuality Studies.