1 hr 11 min

Episode 29 - Central American Art as Resistance Roundtable (Part 2 of 2) ¡Puchica Vos!

    • Society & Culture

This is part 2 of a roundatable discussion we had at Sandra's pad in Oakland! We gathered 5 Central American Bay Area artists and curators to discuss with each other their art, identity, and navigating the Bay art world. We have Marabet Morales, a Chapina from East Oakland that started the Bay Area Central American Writers Group. Gabriela Alemán, San Francisco Mission-born Nica/Salvi visual artist and local Mission community organizer. Plinio Hernández, born in El Salvador then migrated to North Oakland and Berkeley, a multi-media artist and art teacher that also does work with migrants at FM4 Paso Libre in Guadalajara, Mexico. Breena Nuñez, a Afro-Guatemalan/Salvadoran comic book artist with content about her life and connecting to Central America as a Afro-Latina womxn from San Bruno. Last but not least, Jeannine Ventura who was born in the Inland Empire of California, but has lived in the Bay for the last eight years. Jeannine is the Editor in Chief at Undertone Magazine, Undertone is a creative collective dedicated to supporting womxn of color, their art, and their stories and host of the podcast¡Oye, Nenx! Thank you all for speaking to us and giving out hella good vibes. This is part 2 or 2 so please listen to last week's episode!
Links/Enlaces
Intro Song & Transition Song: Greener Pastures - Sro
Marabet's Instagram
Breena's Instagram
Gabriela's Instagram
Plinio's Instagram
Jeannine's Instagram
Undertone Magazine's Instagram
Our Listener Survey

This is part 2 of a roundatable discussion we had at Sandra's pad in Oakland! We gathered 5 Central American Bay Area artists and curators to discuss with each other their art, identity, and navigating the Bay art world. We have Marabet Morales, a Chapina from East Oakland that started the Bay Area Central American Writers Group. Gabriela Alemán, San Francisco Mission-born Nica/Salvi visual artist and local Mission community organizer. Plinio Hernández, born in El Salvador then migrated to North Oakland and Berkeley, a multi-media artist and art teacher that also does work with migrants at FM4 Paso Libre in Guadalajara, Mexico. Breena Nuñez, a Afro-Guatemalan/Salvadoran comic book artist with content about her life and connecting to Central America as a Afro-Latina womxn from San Bruno. Last but not least, Jeannine Ventura who was born in the Inland Empire of California, but has lived in the Bay for the last eight years. Jeannine is the Editor in Chief at Undertone Magazine, Undertone is a creative collective dedicated to supporting womxn of color, their art, and their stories and host of the podcast¡Oye, Nenx! Thank you all for speaking to us and giving out hella good vibes. This is part 2 or 2 so please listen to last week's episode!
Links/Enlaces
Intro Song & Transition Song: Greener Pastures - Sro
Marabet's Instagram
Breena's Instagram
Gabriela's Instagram
Plinio's Instagram
Jeannine's Instagram
Undertone Magazine's Instagram
Our Listener Survey

1 hr 11 min

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