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Sandra Fernandez Artist Talk

Detail of Sandra Fernandez's  Sam Z. Coronado: Maestro, Leader, Advocate and Dear Friend. 

Detail of Sandra Fernandez's Sam Z. Coronado: Maestro, Leader, Advocate and Dear Friend. 

La Huella Magistral printmaker Sandra Fernandez will give a talk where visitors can learn more about her artistic processes, the inspiration behind her work, and Consejo Gráfico, the independent group of printmaking workshops formed to advance the legacy and viability of Latinx printmaking in the United States.

Admission: $7 or Free for Members
**Parking: $10 at Frost Bank Tower Parking Garage, on the corner of Brazos & 4th St. (enter on 4th St.)

Sandra Fernandez is an Ecuadorean-American artist born in New York, brought up in Quito and living in the USA since 1987. After she received her MFA from the University of WI-Madison in 1995, has been teaching in public and private universities across the nation. Fernandez explores in her work concepts of heritage, gender and migration through her photographs, prints, artist’s books, assemblages and installations. Her work has been widely exhibited in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Ecuador, Guatemala, Argentina, Spain, Italy, Palestine, Japan and Indonesia and collected by institutions like the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Biblioteque National in Paris. In 2017 she established “La Piñata Project”, a Latino community-building initiative through printmaking, within Spanish-speaking immigrant communities. Currently she is the owner/director of sfernandez Press and Taller located in New Jersey.

Later Event: February 10
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