Visual artist and arts educator Diana Solís will speak on “Latina Women Artists in the Mural Movement: Chicago and San Francisco” from 7-9 p.m. today, April 17, in FA-213. Solís is a visual artist, illustrator and art educator who lives in Chicago. From 1976 to 1997, Solís was primarily a photographer (documentary and photojournalism). She has experimented with photo-installations, painting, assemblage, printmaking and mixed media works on paper. Solís is currently an artist-in-residence with Pros Arts Studio in Chicago. Her experience as an arts educator and community-based artist spans more than 30 years. The talk is sponsored by the Latin American and Caribbean Area Studies Program (LACAS) and the Art Museum.
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