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Día de los Muertos & Community Altars Changarrito with Artist Corinne Whittemore


  • Mexic-Arte Museum 419 Congress Ave (map)
Corinne Whittemore, " Habla Tex ," Sublimation Print on Aluminum, (48" x 17") and (24" x 8.5"), 2015

Corinne Whittemore, "Habla Tex," Sublimation Print on Aluminum, (48" x 17") and (24" x 8.5"), 2015

Come out and support our Día de Los Muertos & Community Altars Changarrito, Corinne Whittemore right here at the Mexic-Arte Museum on Saturday September 21st and/or Sunday September 22nd from 12pm - 3pm!

About the Artist:
Corinne Whittemore is an artist, single mother, graphic designer and educator. She grew up in the Rio Grande Valley, received her MFA in Visual Communications from the University of Arizona and has been teaching at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley for the past four years in graphic design. Corinne has worked in the field of graphic design for over fifteen years as a Production Artist, Graphic Designer, Marketing Coordinator and Freelancer on both the East and West Coasts. She lived, most recently, in Virginia Beach, VA before moving back to the Valley in 2014. Having grown up in the Valley, Corinne has first-hand experience with its unique border culture and she has focused her research and digital artwork around the hybridity of the borderlands.

About Changarrito:
Changarrito is a pop-up art cart, conceptualized by artist Maximo Gonzalez as an alternative to official gallery selections in Mexico. Faithful to their original, informal spirit, Changarritos exist throughout the world, evolving as forums for the exhibition and sale of original artwork to the general public, presentation of public programs, special curatorial projects, individual and collective exhibitions.