Curated by Maria Cristina Tavera Artist Panel DiscussionSaturday, April 21st at 6:00pm-7pm ReceptionSaturday, April 21st at 7pm-9pmLight refreshments will be served. Please join us for an Artist Panel Discussion focusing on the role of art in the Midwest reflecting culture, migration and borders. The panel will be composed of University of Minnesota Chicano and Latino Studies professor Karen Mary Davalos (moderator) with participants from the Grupo Soap del Corazón monoprinting workshop at Segura Arts Studio in South Bend, Indiana held in April 2018. Monoprint (above) by Dougie PadillaArtist panelists include: Olivia Levins Holden, Dougie Padilla, Maria Cristina Tavera, and Xavier Tavera. Other exhibiting artists: Justin Barfield, Héctor Duarte, Mike Girón, Gronk, Alma Lopez, Poli Marichal, Alejandro Romero, Natalia Sanchez, Maria Tomasula, and Linda Vallejo. Contact email@example.com with any questions. The exhibit includes monoprints from other workshops held at Segura Arts Studio (South Bend, IN) and El Nopal Press (Los Angeles, CA). Most of the prints have been formerly exhibited at the Centro Cultural Tijuana (Baja California, Mexico), El Taller Boricua (New York, NY), and at the Crossroads Gallery at the Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture (South Bend, IN), Apollon Art Space (Omaha NE), Columbus Cultural Arts Center (Columbus, OH), and will travel to La Casa de la Universidad de California en México (Mexico City). The exhibit will be on display at Third Place Gallery on Saturday April 21, 2018 Third Place Gallery, 3730 Chicago Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55407, (612) 817-2771 www.wingyounghuie.com Academia Cesar Chavez from April 25-June 1, 2018 with a Meet and Greet the Artists (May 30 from 6-8pm). Academic Cesar Chavez, 1801 Lacrosse Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55119. Contact Katie 651-294-4646. www.cesarchavezschool.com Special thanks to our sponsors: Third Place Gallery, Academia Cesar Chavez, Segura Art Studios, Chicano and Latino Studies at the University of Minnesota, Humanities Without Walls, Inter-University Program for Latino Research, Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture, Southwest Airlines, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, and the National Association for Latino Arts and Culture.