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Paul del Bosque Printmaking Discussion


Join Mexic-Arte Museum for the third in a series of discussions delving into the current exhibition, La Huella Magistral: Homage to Master Printmakers. Paul del Bosque, is a graphic artist originally from Corpus Christi, Texas. He holds a BFA in Graphic Design from the Maryland Institute College of Art and an MA in Chicano Studies from the University of Texas at Austin. He began his career as a toy designer working on the popular ‘Homies’ toy line. His personal work focuses on the Chicano experience and spans multiple media, including drawings, prints, film, dance, comics, and commercial graphics.

Paul del Bosque lives in Austin, Texas and works full-time in mass transit, where he draws maps, directs photo shoots, and designs fleet graphics for buses and trains. He is a member of the Austin chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Arts and is the director of Design Ranch, a biannual outdoor creative conference. He has exhibited his work, performed on stages and participated in activist causes around east Austin and aims to preserve our history and culture in a rapidly changing urban landscape.

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.)

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