Gallery Guest Lecture Series: Nansi Guevara, ‘Making Art That Centers Home’
Nansi Guevara is a designer, artist, and teacher based in Brownsville, Texas. Originally from Laredo, Texas, she holds a bachelor’s in Fine Arts in Design from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master’s in Education from Harvard University. She is currently focused on design, education, and community public art to create spaces of resistance and affirmation, and economies of community cultural wealth and support.
A graphic designer, an illustrator, and a textile/rasquache-based public artist, Guevara runs her own freelance design ing education practice, Corazón Contento, based out of Brownsville, Texas. She is co-founder of Las Imaginistas and works as an adjunct lecturer at the School of Art at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Guevara has been awarded residencies, fellowships, and grants from the NEA, Artplace America, a Blade of Grass, NALAC and, most recently, the Santa Fe Art Institute Artist Residency.
This online event, part of PCA&D’s Guest Lecture Series, is open to the general public. Please register here to receive the link.
Sponsored by The Gallery at PCA&D in partnership with the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and Liberal Arts
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