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    Miguel Juarez,Cynthia Weber Farah
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Interviews with some of the major artists responsible for the more than 100 murals documented on the walls of the Texas town since the early 1990's.

Interviews with some of the major artists responsible for the more than 100 murals documented on the walls of the Texas town since the early 1990's. by Miguel Juarez (Author), Cynthia Weber Farah (Author, Photographer).

Colors on Desert Walls book. Photographer Cynthia Farah, who took part in some of the interviews, chronicled the murals beginning in 1979; some that she photographed are now gone. Post-Revolutionary Mexico in the 1920s developed a vital tradition. El Paso is one of those cities, with more than 100 murals having been documented by the early 1990s.

Farah and Miguel Juárez worked on a bilingual book about El Paso's murals called Colors on Desert Walls: The Murals of El Paso, in 1997. The book covers the history of murals in the city, includes interviews with ten Chicano artists and color photographs. Selected bibliography. Literature & Landscape: Writers of the Southwest. El Paso, Texas: Texas Western Press.

Colors on desert walls: The murals of El Paso. M Juárez, CF Haines From Concordia to Lincoln Park, an Urban History of Highway Building in El Paso, Texas (Dissertation). University of Texas at El Paso, 2018. Texas Western Press, the University of Texas at El Paso, 1997. Where are all the Librarians of Color? The Experiences of People of Color in Academia. Donor Relations for Librarians". From Concordia to Lincoln Park, an Urban History of Highway Building in El Paso, Texas (Dissertation). María Teresa Márquez and CHICLE: The First Chicana/o Electronic Mailing List. Mujeres Talk Blog, 2014.

The Experiences of People of Color in Academia. Дата регистрации: сентябрь 2008 г. 161 фото или видео Фото и видео.

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Shipping to Russian Federation. Customs services and international tracking provided. On the Wall: Four Decades of Community Murals in New York City by Braun-Reini. 362 english 109 spanish; castilian 45 unknown 19 french 18 spanish 8 portuguese больше. Авторы/Создатели: Juárez, Miguel, Jr. Другие авторы/ответственные: Haines, Cynthia Farah, 1949-, Farah, Cynthia, 1949-. Добавить в Избранное. Сохранено в: 198. Academic Journal. Correction: Effect of curcuminoids and curcumin derivate products on one reductase from Taenia crassiceps cysticerci. Авторы/Создатели: Miguel Juarez-Salcedo, Luis, Sandoval-Sus, Jose, Sokol, Lubomir, Chavez, Julio . Dalia, Samir. EDS - Web of Science (s5598835).

1 Miguel Juárez, Colors on Desert Walls, the Murals of El Paso (Texas . Desert Walls book that had addresses where murals had been painted

1 Miguel Juárez, Colors on Desert Walls, the Murals of El Paso (Texas Western Press, 1997). 2 City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, Muralfarm. Desert Walls book that had addresses where murals had been painted. 4) a mural map of El Paso Community College murals at the Valle Verde Campus in East El. Paso; (5) a mural map of murals in East El Paso; (6) a mural map of murals at Lincoln.

Post-Revolutionary Mexico in the 1920s developed a vital tradition of mural art that became a vehicle for education and political expression

Post-Revolutionary Mexico in the 1920s developed a vital tradition of mural art that became a vehicle for education and political expression. In the United States, New Deal arts programs provided for the painting of murals in public buildings, but interest in the art form faded during World War II and after.

Interviews with some of the major artists responsible for the more than 100 murals documented on the walls of the Texas town since the early 1990's, and color photographs of paintings going back to 1979, some of which are now gone. The artists include names familiar in the art world such as Manuel Acosta and Mago Gandara, but also many who were elementary or high-school students at the time and guided by professional painters. 11" deep. No index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.