Visual Collaborative Performance
María Elena Gaitán, Ixya Herrera, Will Herrón III, Otoño Lujan, Sid Medina, and Xiuy (Jess) Velo
October 15, 2011

From the Russian steppes to Spanish and French anthems for love, liberty and freedom, ¡REVOLUCIÓN! looks at a pivotal historic event– the Mexican Revolution–through an Internationalist gaze, showcasing a rare ensemble of Chicano musical, visual and performance talent.

In association with the exhibition, “A Nation Emerges: The Mexican Revolution Revealed”.

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