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The Art Galleries at ACC will host an exhibition highlighting the wide-reaching influence of Sam Coronado (1946-2013) former ACC professor, artist mentor, and Chicano art movement icon. Coronado’s teachings and guidance made a lasting impact on Austin’s artistic community and many others beyond Texas borders. A substantial element to his legacy is the grant-funded Serie Project (1993-2013), which provided new opportunities for hundreds of emerging and established artists to learn screen-printing techniques by producing prints at Coronado Studio, located in the Austin neighborhood of Montopolis. 

At the opening reception, visitors will be offered a first glimpse into this exhibition which highlights the wide-reaching influence Coronado’s teachings had on Austin-based artists and those beyond the Texas borders.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until December 8.

The Art Galleries at ACC will host an exhibition highlighting the wide-reaching influence of Sam Coronado (1946-2013) former ACC professor, artist mentor, and Chicano art movement icon. Coronado’s teachings and guidance made a lasting impact on Austin’s artistic community and many others beyond Texas borders. A substantial element to his legacy is the grant-funded Serie Project (1993-2013), which provided new opportunities for hundreds of emerging and established artists to learn screen-printing techniques by producing prints at Coronado Studio, located in the Austin neighborhood of Montopolis.

At the opening reception, visitors will be offered a first glimpse into this exhibition which highlights the wide-reaching influence Coronado’s teachings had on Austin-based artists and those beyond the Texas borders.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until December 8.

The Art Galleries at ACC will host an exhibition highlighting the wide-reaching influence of Sam Coronado (1946-2013) former ACC professor, artist mentor, and Chicano art movement icon. Coronado’s teachings and guidance made a lasting impact on Austin’s artistic community and many others beyond Texas borders. A substantial element to his legacy is the grant-funded Serie Project (1993-2013), which provided new opportunities for hundreds of emerging and established artists to learn screen-printing techniques by producing prints at Coronado Studio, located in the Austin neighborhood of Montopolis.

At the opening reception, visitors will be offered a first glimpse into this exhibition which highlights the wide-reaching influence Coronado’s teachings had on Austin-based artists and those beyond the Texas borders.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until December 8.

WHEN

WHERE

The Art Galleries (TAG) at Austin Community College
Gallery 2000, HLC 2.2450 6101 Highland Campus Dr.
Austin, TX 78752
https://sites.austincc.edu/adm/2022/08/23/cultivating-community-through-art-sam-coronados-serie-project-and-its-continuing-legacy-opening-reception-exhibition/

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