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[BKARTS] Propaganda Grafica: Printmaking and the Radical Left in Mexico

Below is an upcoming lecture in Philadelphia about Activist printmaking in Philadelphia, posted for a friend who is off-list. Any questions, please use the contact info at the bottom.
                                   Propaganda Gráfica: Printmaking and the Radical Left in Mexico                                                    Please join Philagrafika on Sunday, January 7th at 1:30 pm at the Philadelphia Museum of Art for an afternoon program, starting with Propaganda Gráfica: Printmaking and the Radical Left in Mexico by James M. Wechsler, PhD. and Independent Art Historian and Curator. 

 This lecture will be followed by a conversation with Dr. Guadalupe Rivera Marín, founder of the Diego Rivera Foundation and daughter of the famous Mexican muralist.

  This lecture is co-sponsored by Philagrafika, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the City of Philadelphia, and the Mural Arts Program. Tickets are required, and are free with museum admission, which is the Sunday museum entrance fee of "pay what you wish.". To reserve seats in advance for a $3 handling fee, please call 215-684-7469.

  For more information:
 Philagrafika Blog  Read a brief interview with Dr. James Wechsler

 Mexico and Modern Printmaking The exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
 Click here for lecture information

 I hope to see you there!         
                   Caitlin Perkins       
                         email:         cperkins@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx     
                         phone:         215-701-6148     
                             web:         http://www.philagrafika.org     

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