UCLA Magazine profiled the La Raza Collection at the CSRC. The CSRC is digitizing over 25,000 photographs for preservation, exhibition, and research.
Artist and UCLA faculty member Judith F. Baca was mentioned in an Artnet News piece for having her work featured in the Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA exhibit Radical Women on display at the Hammer Museum.
KCET profiled Murales Rebeldes: L.A. Chicana/o Murals under Siege, an exhibition examining the reception of and struggle to preserve Chicano murals in Los Angeles.
The CSRC was mentioned in an article about the La Raza exhibition, now on view at the Autry Museum of American West. The exhibition features prints from a collection of 25,000 images that were taken by La Raza photographers and are being digitized by the CSRC.
Home artist Camilo Ontiveros was featured in an article discussing his sculpture Temporary Storage: The Belongings of Juan Manuel Montes, which was constructed from the belongings of the first person with DACA status to be deported by the Trump Administration.
In this preview of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA exhibitions, La Raza was one of the highlighted shows. The CSRC co-produced La Raza and is a lender to Murales Rebeldes: L.A. Chicana/o Murals under Siege, another Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA exhibition mentioned in the piece.
This review of the exhibition La Raza, co-produced by the CSRC, discusses the show’s relevance in today’s political climate.
The Art Newspaper profiled Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA and highlighted a few of the exhibitions, including La Raza, which the CSRC co-produced with the Autry Museum of the American West.
NPR featured a review of La Raza exhibition, currently at the Autry Museum of the American West. The photographs in the exhibition were selected from an archive of over 25,000 images being digitized at the CSRC.
Emily Butts, curatorial assistant for Home—So Different, So Appealing, was interviewed for The Iris, a Getty blog.