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Constance Cortez, associate ...
Constance Cortez, associate professor in the School of Art, said she worked with Marin in 2001 by writing an article for an exhibition catalog.
Over the summer, Cortez
was traveling when she
again and saw his
Chicanitas exhibit, and she
thought it might make a good exhibition for Tech.
"My colleague over in Theatre and Dance, his
name is Andrew Gibb (assistant professor) … we talked about it and thought, 'Wouldn't this be great?'," Cortez
said during a phone interview with A-J Media on Friday.
said the Chicano art is defined by subjects that reference the culture or by the artists who identify.
chooses the art because it appeals to him," Cortez
said after attending a student question-and-answer session with Marin
Constance Cortez, an art ...
Constance Cortez, an art historian at Texas Tech University, writes about the pre-Columbian images in EnrÃquez's work.
Constance Cortez, an ...
Constance Cortez, an associate professor in the College of Visual and Performing Arts at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, received the top prize in the arts books category at the 2011 International Latino Book Awards.
Professor Cortez has been on the faculty at Texas Tech since 2003.
She holds bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Texas and earned a Ph.D. in art history from the University of California at Los Angeles.
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Dr. Constance Cortez, Assistant Professor in Art, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX - 5:30 pm the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Love Street.FMI call 325-653-3333 or visit www.samfa.org
Now You See Her, Now You Don't: The Politics of Identity Construction in Representations of Malinche, Constance Cortez, Associate Professor of Art History, Santa Clara University.Ph.D. UCLA 1995.She teaches pre-Columbian Art, Colonial Art of Mexico, and Contemporary Chicano Art.Recent book Imágenes e Historias/Images and Histories: Chicana Altar-Inspired Art and book chapter in The Road to Aztlán: Art from a Mythic Homeland, Los Angeles County Museum of Art.