21 episodes

In this podcast we use art as a platform to examine stories about Mexico’s past and present. Each episode examines some famous works of art through the perspectives of a Mexican national, a Chicano, and a White American. Through these “new voices" we explore and rethink many of the stories we’ve been told about Mexico – and the United States – and its relevance to American contemporary life.

Our podcast is co-hosted and produced by Ross Chambless, with insight and commentary from Susan Vogel, Fanny Guadalupe Blauer, Luis Lopez, Jorge Rodriguez, Ciriac Alvarez, and others.

This podcast complements our community classes on Mexican Art and History taught through Artes de Mexico en Utah. Our goal is to reach younger and diverse English speaking audiences, and help young Latinos connect positively with Mexico and their heritage and culture.

Nuevas Voces Artes de Mexico en Utah

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8, 16 Ratings

In this podcast we use art as a platform to examine stories about Mexico’s past and present. Each episode examines some famous works of art through the perspectives of a Mexican national, a Chicano, and a White American. Through these “new voices" we explore and rethink many of the stories we’ve been told about Mexico – and the United States – and its relevance to American contemporary life.

Our podcast is co-hosted and produced by Ross Chambless, with insight and commentary from Susan Vogel, Fanny Guadalupe Blauer, Luis Lopez, Jorge Rodriguez, Ciriac Alvarez, and others.

This podcast complements our community classes on Mexican Art and History taught through Artes de Mexico en Utah. Our goal is to reach younger and diverse English speaking audiences, and help young Latinos connect positively with Mexico and their heritage and culture.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Ma Blacn ,

A must have in your podcast collection.

What a wonderful and interesting way to immerse yourself into the history art political complexity of Mexico. This is a must podcast if you want have a better understanding of Mexicans and Mexico. Bien hecho Artes de Mexico en Utah.

Said V. ,

A great podcast!

This podcast has really shown me some things that I didn’t know about my heritage, from the ancient city of Tenochititlan which was built on a lake bed to the importance of murals during the 1900s and the many movements that were behind it, even some murals that I didn’t know existed in Salt Lake City.

jaynie v ,

Human sacrifice

I love the comparison that you guys gave with human sacrifice it made so much sense because they see the Mayans as savages and other cultures as a sign from god but the fact that used god as an example for sacrifice was genius 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽

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