Abraham Lincoln exhibit visits O.C.

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

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Orange County Parks and OC Archives have partnered to present a dynamic exhibition that explores the life and career of America’s… Read More

Native American Women in Film

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010

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The Autry National Center, in collaboration with the UCLA Film and Television Archive, presents… Read More

Sergio Rebia: Talent to Burn 

Friday, January 15th, 2010

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Artist Sergio Rebia keeps popping up on my radar from Cantera furnishings in Santa Ana, to the tour of Read More

Mexican Sugar Skulls

Thursday, January 14th, 2010

sugar_skull_011310Mexican Calendar Girls book author Angela Villalba, and owner of Reign Trading Co. collects fabulous sugar skulls from areas like Feria de Alfinique… Read More

Last week of prestigious collection

Monday, January 11th, 2010

bowers_artOn January 17th the LATITUDES: LATIN AMERICAN MASTERS FROM THE FEMSA COLLECTION ends at Bowers Museum in Santa Ana. The exhibition features a selection of paintings from leading Latin American beverage company FEMSA`s prestigious collection of… Read More

Pistolera’s Moona Luna family band!

Friday, January 8th, 2010

moona_luna_pistoleraPistolera gives birth to Moona Luna - The first female-led bilingual family band! The new musical project is brought to you by the Latin-Alternative group Pistolera. The last time Team OCGente saw them was at Pasadena's free concert series last Summer.

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Revolutionary Calendar Art

Tuesday, January 5th, 2010

mex_calendarAngela Villalba, author of Mexican Calendar Girls, explores the Golden Age of calendar art (1930-1960), which produced a treasury of popular advertising art that unified a post-Revolutionary Mexico.

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