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THE VERY VERY VERY LONG DAY Curated by Marvella Muro
Saturday, August 22, 2020 – Friday, Septemner 25, 2020
Virtual Exhibition | Self Help Graphics & Art

The Very Very Very Long Day (Virtual Exhibition)

Saturday, August 22, 2020 – Friday, September 25, 2020

The Very Very Very Long Day (Virtual Exhibition)
Opening August 22

The Very Very Very Long Day is a virtual group exhibition curated by Marvella Muro, featuring artists from our teaching artists cohort and Advisory Committee, documenting their collective experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The exhibition opens virtually August 22 and includes works by Connie Mendoza, Victoria Delgadillo, Jennifer Payan, Flor Flores, Arleny Vargas, Dalila Paola Mendez, Martha Carrillo, Oscar Rodriguez, Chynna Monforte, Cynthia Navarro, Yaneli Delgado, Dewey Tafoya, Trenely “Clover” Garcia, Monica Perez, Gabriella Claro, Ernesto Vasquez, Ariel Mar, Joan Zamora, Andrea Ramirez, Viktor Rosas, Diego Robles, Rafa Haro, Gustavo Garcia, Pavel Acevedo, Mario Ybarra Jr, Michelle L. Lopez, Peter Tovar, Rosalie Lopez, and Marianne Sadowski.

The works in the exhibition are windows to a specific time, recordings of tangible and intangible events, and experiences. As we continue to celebrate birthdays and special occasions, walk our dogs and attempt to follow a routine in this new normal, we look to the day where we can stand strong, hand in hand, and without masks once again.

Learn more at www.selfhelpgraphics.com/exhibitions or our Facebook event listing.

Self Help Graphics & Art

Self Help Graphics & Art fosters the creation and advancement of new art works by Chicana/o and Latinx artists through experimental and innovative printmaking techniques and other visual art forms. We are an organization rooted in community; and since 1973, have been at the intersection of arts and social justice, providing a home that fosters the creativity and development of local artists. We establish international collaborations and partnerships nation-wide and create world-wide cultural exchanges.

Betty Avila | Executive Director


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