RCAF Appendix A

 

GUIDE TO

THE ROYAL CHICANO AIR FORCE ARCHIVES

1973-1988

Appendix A slides


 

     1.    Espinosa, Luzma;   Ojos de Dios ;   n.d.;  collage and embroidery
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.1 001.
Assemblage

     2.    Favela, Clara--Gina Montoya Tere Romo and Henry Ortiz among other community members;   "Ofrenda" for Día de los Muertos;   October 1978;  ofrenda/altar
Site/Location:  Washington Neighborhood Center, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and the County of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  3. Washington Neighborhood Center, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  RCAF Community Altar. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms.
New ID No. Cat.1 002(1-3).
Assemblage

     3.    Favela, Ricardo;   Favela Altar ;   1987;  altar
Site/Location:  Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno, CA;  fund:  Fresno Metropolitan Museum and Arte Americas;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  8. Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno, CA
Comments/Description:
  From "Vivan los Muertos, a Brush with Death" Art Show celebrating "Día de los Muertos." Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
New ID No. Cat.1 003(1-8).
Assemblage

     4.    Favela, Ricardo;   Huelga;   ca. 1985-1986;  silkscreen, fabric, and buttons.  Work encased in plexi-glass frame
Site/Location:  Sacramento, CA;   slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1. Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.1 004.
Assemblage

     5.    Montoya, Gina--Juanishi V. Orosco Tere Romo and Arnaldo Solis;   "Fiesta de Colores" Main Altar (details);   March 1981;  mixed media altars
Site/Location:  Southside Park, Seventh and T Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas and the County of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  2. Southside Park, Seventh and T Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slide 2: Glass piece in center made by Juanishi V. Orosco. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
New ID No. Cat.1 005(1-2).
Assemblage

     6.    Montoya, Gina--Lupe Portillo Tere Romo Rosemary Rasul Jennie Baca and Armando Cid;  assistants: Members of the community;  "Community Altar" for Día de los Muertos (detail);   ca. October-November 1978;  mixed media including flowers, candles, food, art work, photos, etc.
Site/Location:  Alkali Redevelopment Office, 12th and F Streets, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas/Breakfast for Niños;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  1. Alkali Redevelopment Office, 12th and F Streets, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Detail photo. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
New ID No. Cat.1 006.
Assemblage

     7.    Montoya, Gina--Tere Romo Lupe Portillo and Señora Angelbertha Cobb;   Día de los Muertos Altar;   November 1, 1978;  altar
Site/Location:  Washington Neighborhood Center, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  1. Washington Neighborhood Center, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Constructed for Día de los Muertos community ceremony. Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms.
New ID No. Cat.1 007.
Assemblage

     8.    Montoya, José;   Reno Club Ofrenda;   1987;  ofrenda
Site/Location:  Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno, CA;  fund:  Fresno Metropolitan Museum and Arte Americas;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  2. Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno, CA
Comments/Description:
  From "Vivan los Muertos, a Brush with Death" Art Show celebrating "Día de los Muertos." Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
New ID No. Cat.1 008(1-2).
Assemblage

     9.    Padilla, Stan;   Slides 3-5: Aztec Calendar; 6-7: Abuela Mía;   ca. 1967-1974;  acrylic on canvas, pine wood frame
   no. of slides:  2.
New ID No. Cat.1 009(1-2).
Assemblage

   10.    Palomino, Ernie;   (title unknown);   1987;  ceramic, styrofoam, and acrylic on paper
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  From "Vivan los Muertos, a Brush with Death" Art Show celebrating "Día de los Muertos." Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
New ID No. Cat.1 010.
Assemblage

   11.    Rodriguez, Margarita;   Free los Siete;   1987;  altar
Site/Location:  Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno, CA;  fund:  Fresno Metropolitan Museum and Arte Americas;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  4. Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno, CA
Comments/Description:
  From "Vivan los Muertos, a Brush with Death" Art Show celebrating "Día de los Muertos."  Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
New ID No. Cat.1 011(1-4).
 Assemblage

   12.    Sierra, John;   Cajita;   1987;  caja (box)
Site/Location:  Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno, CA;  fund:  Fresno Metropolitan Museum and Arte Americas;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1. Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno, CA
Comments/Description:
  From "Vivan los Muertos, a Brush with Death" Art Show celebrating "Día de los Muertos." Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
New ID No. Cat.1 012.
Assemblage

   13.    Villa, Esteban;   (title unknown);   1987;  caja (box)
 Site/Location:  Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno, CA;  fund:  Fresno Metropolitan Museum and Arte Americas;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1. Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno, CA
Comments/Description:
  From "Vivan los Muertos, a Brush with Death" Art Show celebrating "Día de los Muertos."  Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
New ID No. Cat.1 013.
Assemblage

   14.    Aeronaves de Aztlán, Royal Chicano Air Force and Centro de Artistas Chicanos Inc; Gilbert Gamino, Phillip Santos and Louie "The Foot" Gonzalez;   Aeronaves de Aztlán Automotive Co-Op;   ca. 1978-1979; 
Site/Location:  Aeronaves de Aztlán, Sacramento Blvd., Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Aeronaves;  slide photographer:  Héctor Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  16. Aeronaves de Aztlán, Sacramento Blvd., Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slide 8: Mural by Juan Cervantes.
New ID No. Cat.3 001(1-16).
Center Activities and Programs

   15.    Breakfast for Niños Program and Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.; David Rasul, Rosemary Rasul, Jennie Baca, Tere Romo and Gina Montoya;  assistants: Cultural Affairs Committee Staff;  Christmas Unity Program;   December 1977; 
Site/Location:  Hiram Johnson High School, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Breakfast for Niños Program and Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  19. Hiram Johnson High School, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  In slides 4, 8, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18, 19: the piñatas were made by Rodolfo Cuellar.  After the breaking of the piñatas, food was served and food baskets were given out.
New ID No. Cat.3 002(1-19).
Center Activities and Programs

   16.    California State University, Sacramento and Centro de Artistas Chicanos Inc.; José Montoya;  assistants: Ricardo Favela;  "Anciano" City Hall Art Show;   May 1979; 
Site/Location:  City Hall, 12th and I Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  California State University, Sacramento and Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;   no. of slides:  5. City Hall, 12th and I Street, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 003(1-5).
Center Activities and Programs

   17.    Centro de Artistas Chicanos;  assistants: Gina Montoya and Juanishi Orosco;  Fiesta de Colores;   March 1983; 
Site/Location:  Washington Neighborhood Center, Sacramento, CA;   slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:   23. Washington Neighborhood Center, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 005(1-23).
Center Activities and Programs

   18.    Centro de Artistas Chicanos;   Television Interview (KOVR Channel 13--An ABC Affiliate);    1975; 
Site/Location:  Channel 13 Studio;   slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1. Channel 13 Studio
New ID No. Cat.3 011.
Center Activities and Programs

   19.    Centro de Artistas Chicanos; Gina Montoya;   Fiesta de Maiz;   June 1982; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, Sacramento, CA;   slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzales;  no. of slides:  11. Southside Park, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  slide 10: Xilonen is taken to the "North" direction where Jennie Baca gives her consejos.  North is direction of the elders and wisdom.  Pictured with Xilonen (Jolene Gamino) is Gloria Tarin Gamino and Maquitl Ortiz.
New ID No. Cat.3 008(1-11).
Center Activities and Programs

   20.    Centro de Artistas Chicanos; Gina Montoya, Juanishi Orosco, Arnaldo Solis and Stan Padilla;   Fiesta de Maiz;    June 1981; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, Sacramento, CA;   slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  2. Southside Park, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 006(1-2).
Center Activities and Programs

   21.    Centro de Artistas Chicanos; Gina Montoya, Juanishi Orosco, Arnoldo Solis, David Rasul and Tere Romo;   Fiesta de Maiz;   June 1981; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, Sacramento, CA;   slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  5. Southside Park, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 007(1-5).
Center Activities and Programs

   22.    Centro de Artistas Chicanos; Helen and Fidel Trujillo, and the parishioners of the Catholic Church in San José;   Día de Tonantzín/La Virgen de Guadalupe;   n.d.; 
Site/Location:  Catholic Church, San José, CA;   slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  11. Catholic Church, San José, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 004(1-11).
Center Activities and Programs

   23.    Centro de Artistas Chicanos; Juanishi Orosco;   Television Interview (KCRA-Channel 3--An NBC Affiliate) re: The Butterfly Mural;   June 1980; 
Site/Location:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos;   slide photographer:   Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  3. Centro de Artistas Chicanos
New ID No. Cat.3 0010(1-3).
Center Activities and Programs

   24.    Centro de Artistas Chicanos; Juanishi Orosco and Gina Montoya;   Solano County Mural Project;   ca. late 1970s; 
 fund:  Solano County Substance Abuse Program and California Arts Council Artist in Residency Program;  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.3 009.
Center Activities and Programs

   25.    Centro de Artistas Chicanos and Auburn Arts Center;  Ricardo Favela, Esteban Villa and Larry Ortiz;   "Compañeros," Two Man Art Exhibition of Work by Esteban Villa and Ricardo Favela;    February-March 1985; 
Site/Location:  Auburn Arts Center, Auburn, CA;  fund:  Auburn Arts Center;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  27. Auburn Arts Center, Auburn, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 012(1-27).
Center Activities and Programs

   26.    Centro de Artistas Chicanos and California State University; Ricardo Favela and José Montoya;  assistants: CSU Sacramento students;  Barrio Art for Ethnic Groups;    September 1973; 
Site/Location:  Washington Plaza, 13th and E Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and CSUS;   no. of slides:  8. Washington Plaza, 13th and E Street, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 013(1-8).
Center Activities and Programs

   27.    Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Breakfast for Niños and Open Ring Gallery; Rene Yañez, Gina Montoya, Frank Godina, Juan Carrillo, Jose Montoya, Richard Rodriguez and Rosemary Rasul;  assistants: David Rasul and Cultural Affairs Committee staff;  José Montoya's "Pachuco Art: An Historical Update" Opening Night Reception;   December 9, 1977; 
Site/Location:  Open Ring Art Gallery, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  California Arts Council, Centro de Artistas and the City of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  2. Open Ring Art Gallery, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 014(1-2).
Center Activities and Programs

   28.    Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Breakfast for Niños Program Royal Chicano Air Force and Cultural Affairs Committee; Rosemary Rasul, David Rasul, Tere Romo, Freddy Rodriguez and Juan Carrillo;   Royal Chicano Air Force and Breakfast for Niños Program Fundraiser;   October 1978; 
Site/Location:  Sacramento High School Auditorium, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos and Breakfast for Niños Program;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  75. Sacramento High School Auditorium, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slide 39: RCAF Band leader, Freddy Rodriguez singing one of the songs he composed for the Chicano opera "Xic-indio".  The evening's entertainment included a poetry reading by José Montoya, a performance of a segment of Freddy Rodriguez's "Xic-Indio," and Teatro Campesino's performance of "El Fin del Mundo.".
New ID No. Cat.3 015(1-75).
Center Activities and Programs

   29.    Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Breakfast for Niños Programs Royal Chicano Air Force and Cultural Affairs Committee; Rosemary Rasul, David Rasul, Tere Romo, Gina Montoya and Clara Cid Favela;   "Día de las Madres" Celebration;   May 1978; 
Site/Location:  Washington Elementary School, 19th and F Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., Breakfast for Niños Program and the County of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  30. Washington Elementary School, 19th and F Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  slide 9: Pictured is "the kid" José Reynaga with youth group performing for the mothers. At right is Clara Cid, Sr., mistress of ceremony. (She is Armando Cid's mother). Poster on podium stand done by Ricardo Favela.
New ID No. Cat.3 016(1-30).
Center Activities and Programs

   30.    Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Royal Chicano Air Force and Open Ring Gallery; Rene Yañez (curator), Tere Romo, Frank Godina, Juan Carrillo, Richard Rodriguez and Rosemary Rasul;  assistants: David Rasul, Breakfast for Niños and Cultural Affairs Committee Staff;  "Pachuco Art: An Historical Update" Art Exhibition;   December 9, 1977; 
Site/Location:  Open Ring Gallery, J Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  California Arts Council, Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and the City of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  17. Open Ring Gallery, J Street, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 017(1-17).
Center Activities and Programs

   31.    Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Royal Chicano Air Force La Raza Bookstore Breakfast for Niños Program Belmonte Studios and Open Rings Gallery; Rosemary Rasul, Tere Romo and Gina Montoya;   Royal Chicano Air Force Annual Christmas Art Sale;   December 1979; 
Site/Location:  Open Rings Gallery, 6th and I Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  16. Open Rings Gallery, 6th and I Street, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 018(1-16).
Center Activities and Programs

   32.    Chicano Studies at California State University, Sacramento and Royal Chicano Air Force; California State University, Sacramento Chicano Studies: Sam Rios, et. al.;   National Association of Chicano Studies Conference;   March 1985; 
Site/Location:  El Rancho Hotel, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  CSUS;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  30. El Rancho Hotel, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 019(1-30).
Center Activities and Programs

   33.    Cultural Affairs Committee; Breakfast for Niños and Centro de Artistas Chicanos;   "Christmas Unity" Program;   Slide 1: December 1977; Slide 2: December 1978; 
Site/Location:  Sutter Jr. High and Hiram Johnson High School, Sacramento, CA;   slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  3. Sutter Jr. High and Hiram Johnson High School, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Christmas Unity.
New ID No. Cat.3 020(1-3).
Center Activities and Programs

   34.    Cultural Affairs Committee; Breakfast for Niños and Centro de Artistas Chicanos;   Piñatas Making and Set-Up for Annual "Christmas Unity" Event;   December 1976; 
Site/Location:  Breakfast for Niños office, Sutter Jr. High, Sacramento, CA;   slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  5. Breakfast for Niños office, Sutter Jr. High, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  The making of a giant piñata.
New ID No. Cat.3 049(1-5).
Center Activities and Programs

   35.    Cultural Affairs Committee; Breakfast for Niños Program, Centro de Artistas Chicanos, La Raza Bookstore, CSUS MECHA Club and Washington Elementary students;   "Fiesta de Maiz" First Annual Celebration of Chicano Cultural Ceremonies;   ca. 1976; 
Site/Location:  Zapata Park Housing Project, Sacramento, CA;   slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  46. Zapata Park Housing Project, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  "Sacramento ceremonies conceived by community activists working for the Centro, Breakfast for Niños, Sacramento Concilio La Raza Bookstore and MECHA Sac State (CSUS). Its purpose was to fill the ceremonial void in the Chicano Movement. This ceremonia is to honor the coming of age of our Chicana youths represented by Chicanas to represent "Xilonen" a young tender ear of corn (maiz). The first Xilonen's name was Maria Maiz." 1-5: Construction of ceremonial chair and pyramid in Rudy Cuellar's backyard; 6-10: Transporting pyramid to Zapata Park; 11-26: Completion of pyramid; 27-32,34-35,37: Final preparations for ceremonia; 33: Gloria Rangel (center) is pictured with Children's group from the "South" direction.  These neighborhood children (many from the Zapata Park Housing Project) learned a dace which they offered up during the ceremony; 36: Maria Maiz "Xilonen" with Gina Montoya; 38-46: Ceremonia performed by El Viento Stan Padilla, Dr. Arnaldo Solis and José Montoya. The ceremony shows the transformation of Maria Maiz into "Xilonen.".
New ID No. Cat.3 046(1-46).
Center Activities and Programs

   36.    Cultural Affairs Committee; Centro de Artistas Chicanos and Breakfast for Niños;   Mascara Making Workshops in local schools for "El Día de los Muertos";   Slide 1: October 1976; Slide 2: October 1977; 
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  2.  
Comments/Description:
  Mascara making.
New ID No. Cat.3 047(1-2).
Center Activities and Programs

   37.    Cultural Affairs Committee; David Rasul, Dr. Arnaldo Solis, Gina Montoya, Tere Romo, Juanishi Orosco and Rosemary Rasul;  assistants: Cultural Affairs Committee Staff;  Día de los Muertos Community Procession;   November 2, 1978; 
Site/Location:  Hiram Johnson High School to Saint Mary's Cemetery (65th Street and 21st Avenue), Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and the City and County of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  20. Hiram Johnson High School to Saint Mary's Cemetery (65th Street and 21st Avenue), Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slide 11: Process arriving at St. Mary's Cemetery.  Pete Baca holding "female" skeleton, David Rasul holding corona on left, "Cisco" holding corona on right.
New ID No. Cat.3 026(1-20).
Center Activities and Programs

   38.    Cultural Affairs Committee; David Rasul, Gina Montoya, Juanishi Orosco, Tere Romo and Arnaldo Solis;  assistants: Cultural Affairs Committee Staff;  "Fiesta de Colores" Celebration;   March 1979; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Cultural Affairs Committee;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  35. Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slide 34: Rainbow Dancers offering up a dance.  In center Philip Santos and Tere Romo.  Dancers (from left to right): Lupe Portillo (purple), LaLa Polendo (red), Chris Coronel, others -unidentified.
New ID No. Cat.3 038(1-35).
Center Activities and Programs

   39.    Cultural Affairs Committee; David Rasul, Gina Montoya, Juanishi Orosco, Tere Romo and Arnaldo Solis;  assistants: Angelbertha Cobb and Chuy Ortiz;  "Fiesta de Colores" Celebration;   February 1984; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Cultural Affairs Committee;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  77. Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 039(1-77).
Center Activities and Programs

   40.    Cultural Affairs Committee; David Rasul, Gina Montoya, Juanishi Orosco, Tere Romo and Dr. Arnaldo Solis;  assistants: Cultural Affairs Committee Staff;  "Fiesta de Colores" Celebration;   1978; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Cultural Affairs Committee, County of Sacramento and California Arts Council;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  1. Southside Park, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 035.
Center Activities and Programs

   41.    Cultural Affairs Committee; David Rasul, Gina Montoya, Juanishi Orosco, Tere Romo and Dr. Arnaldo Solis;  assistants: Cultural Affairs Committee Staff;  "Fiesta de Colores" Celebration;   1978; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Royal Chicano Air Force and the City and County of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  2. Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slide 1: RCAF Band, featuring leader Freddy Rodriguez (with microphone) and Gloria Rangel vocalist.
New ID No. Cat.3 036(1-2).
 Center Activities and Programs

   42.    Cultural Affairs Committee; David Rasul, Gina Montoya, Juanishi Orosco, Tere Romo and Rosemary Rasul;   "Día de los Muertos" silk screen workshop;   October 1978; 
Site/Location:  Inner City Schools, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and the City and County of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  11. Inner City Schools, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 028(1-11).
Center Activities and Programs

   43.    Cultural Affairs Committee; David Rasul, Gina Montoya, Rosemary Rasul and Tere Romo;  assistants: Alkali Redevelopment Agency Staff (Tim Quintero, Irene Rodarte and Elisa Perez), and Cultural Affairs Staff;  "Fiesta 16 de Septiembre" Celebration;   September 16, 1978; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc. and the City of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  19. Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Royal Chicano Air Force Band (Freddy Rodriguez, leader) organized dancing component with Gloria and Irma Rangel.
New ID No. Cat.3 029(1-19).
Center Activities and Programs

   44.    Cultural Affairs Committee; David Rasul, Gina Montoya, Rosemary Rasul, Tere Romo and Juanishi Orosco;  assistants: Staff: Rico Hernandez, Richard Rodriguez, Elias Nuñez and Jennie Baca;  "Día de los Muertos" Máscara (mask-making) Workshop;   October 1978; 
Site/Location:  Inner City Schools, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and the County of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  15. Inner City Schools, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slide 9: High school students making a mask on fellow student.  14: masks drying at Wash. neighborhood center floor.  Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms.
New ID No. Cat.3 027(1-15).
Center Activities and Programs

   45.    Cultural Affairs Committee; David Rasul, Gina Montoya, Rosemary Rasul, Tere Romo, Juanishi Orosco, Dr. Arnaldo Solis and Angelbertha Cobb;  assistants: Cultural Affairs Staff, Henry Ortiz and Lupe Portillo;  "Día de los Muertos" Community Altar and Ceremony;   November 1, 1978; 
Site/Location:  Washington Neighborhood Center, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., City and the County of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  18. Washington Neighborhood Center, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Cross-reference with Indigenous Chicano Art Forms and Assemblage.
New ID No. Cat.3 024(1-18).
Center Activities and Programs

   46.    Cultural Affairs Committee; David Rasul, Gina Montoya, Tere Romo, Rosemary Rasul, Arnaldo Solis, Armando Cid and Juanishi Orosco;  assistants: Cultural Affairs Staff and Alkali Redevelopment Staff;  Día de los Muertos community procession;   November 2, 1977; 
Site/Location:  Hiram Johnson High School (site of procession formation), Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Cultural Affairs Committee and the County of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  1. Hiram Johnson High School (site of procession formation), Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  From "Día de los Muertos" Celebration. Cross-reference with Chicano Mediums and Art Forms.
New ID No. Cat.3 025.
Center Activities and Programs

   47.    Cultural Affairs Committee; Gina Montoya, David Rasul, Tere Romo, Juanishi Orosco, Arnaldo Solis, Stan Padilla, Angelbetha Cobb, Tony Cervantes and Chuy Ortiz;  assistants: Cultural Affairs Committee Staff;  Fiesta de Colores;   March 1981; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  120. Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 031(1-120).
Center Activities and Programs

   48.    Cultural Affairs Committee; Gina Montoya, Juanishi Orosco, Arnaldo Solis and Tere Romo;   Fiesta de Colores;   March 1981; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA;   slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  4. Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slide 4: Looking in through the archway entrance into the ceremonial circle.  All Participants had to come in through this doorway.  This is always located in the East direction.
New ID No. Cat.3 032(1-4).
Center Activities and Programs

   49.    Cultural Affairs Committee; Gina Montoya, Juanishi  Orosco, Tere Romo, Arnaldo Solis and David Rasul;   "Fiesta de Colores" Celebration;   ca. March 1978; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas, County of Sacramento and the California Arts Council;  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  9. Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slide 1: Danzantes de los Colores: (from left to right) Gina Montoya, Juanishi Orosco, Elvia Nava, Francisco Quiroz, Alberto "Beto" Mestas, Oralia "LaLa" Polendo, (women in lime green-unidentified), Chris Coronel, "Southsid Johny" Gonzalez, Gloria Tarin Gamino, David Rasul, Melinda, Richard Rodriquez, Frances Godinez.  Children: (unidentified child), Johnny Montoya, Teresa Portilla.
New ID No. Cat.3 034(1-9).
Center Activities and Programs

   50.    Cultural Affairs Committee; Gina Montoya, Juanishi Orosco, Tere Romo, Arnaldo Solis and David Rasul;   Fiesta de Maiz;   June 1977; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas and the County of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  4. Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 044(1-4).
Center Activities and Programs

   51.    Cultural Affairs Committee; Gina Montoya, Juanishi Orosco, Tere Romo, Arnaldo Solis and David Rasul;  assistants: Cultural Affairs Committee Staff;  Fiesta de Colores;   March 1980; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA;   slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  17. Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slide 7: The guardians for the "West" are joined by Gina Montoya, a guardian for the "Center".  As a guardian for the Center, she (and Juanishi Orosco and Dr.  Arnaldo Solis) were responsible for setting up the main altar; 9: In setting up the main altar, representatives (guardians) from each direction make offerings.  Picture from right to left: Josie talamontez, Rosa Hernandez, Jennie Baca, LaLa Polendo, (next two people are unidentified).  They are representing the "west" direction of women.
New ID No. Cat.3 030(1-17).
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   52.    Cultural Affairs Committee; Gina Montoya, Juanishi Orosco, Tere Romo, Arnaldo Solis and David Rasul;   Fiesta de Colores;   March 1982; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, Sacramento, CA;   slide photographer:  Conrad Miranda;  no. of slides:  9. Southside Park, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slide 3: Procession into the ceremonial circle.  Guest of Honor were Danza Mexicayotl from San Diego. 4: Danza Mexicayotl making musical offering.  Their "Capitan" is Mario Aguilar (2nd from the left). 6: Dance offering from West (women).
New ID No. Cat.3 033(1-9).
Center Activities and Programs

   53.    Cultural Affairs Committee; Gina Montoya, Juanishi Orosco, Tere Romo, Arnoldo Solis and Stan Padilla;   Fiesta de Maiz;   June 1979; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas and the County of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  5. Southside Park, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 045(1-5).
Center Activities and Programs

   54.    Cultural Affairs Committee; Gina Montoya, Juanishi Orosco, Tere Romo, Dr. Arnaldo Solis and Stan Padilla;   Fiesta de Maiz;   June 1977; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas and the County of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  2.  Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slide 2: Pictured (left to right): David Rasul, Dr. Arnaldo Solis, Juanishi Orosco, Juanita Polendo, Richard Rodriguez, Jennie Baca, Chuy Ortiz, Jose Montoya, Willie Chacon, (unidentified person), Geraldo "Jed" Martin.  David Rasul representing the East (Direction of males/warriors) offers a poem for the ceremonia.
New ID No. Cat.3 043(1-2).
Center Activities and Programs

   55.    Cultural Affairs Committee; Gina Montoya, Tere Romo, Juanishi Orosco, Chuy Ortiz, David Rasul and Señora Angelbertha Cobb;  assistants: Cultural Affairs Committee Staff;  "Fiesta de Maíz" Celebration;   June 1979; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, 7th and T Streets, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and the City of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  56. Southside Park, 7th and T Streets, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Pyramid built by Rodolfo Cuellar.  Slide 35: Guardians of the Center waiting for the approach of Xilonen.  Pictured (from left to right): Jennie Baca, Jose Montoya, Tere Romo, Tony Cervantes.
New ID No. Cat.3 042(1-56).
Center Activities and Programs

   56.    Cultural Affairs Committee; Gina Montoya, Tere Romo, Juanishi Orosco, David Rasul, Stan Padilla and Arnaldo Solis;  assistants: Chuy Ortiz and Cultural Affairs Committee Staff;  "Fiesta de Colores" Celebration;   March 1978; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and the City of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  40. Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slide 24": "Tlaloc" the Aztec god of rain personified and leading the procession around the Southside Park Band.
New ID No. Cat.3 037(1-40).
Center Activities and Programs

   57.    Cultural Affairs Committee; Juanishi Orosco, Gina Montoya, Tere Romo, Arnaldo Solis and David Rasul;  assistants: Cultural Affairs Committee Staff;  "Fiesta de Colores" Celebration;   March 1985; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Cultural Affairs Committee;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  30. Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Special guests were "Los Voladores" de México.
New ID No. Cat.3 040(1-30).
Center Activities and Programs

   58.    Cultural Affairs Committee; Juanishi Orosco, Gina Montoya, Tere Romo, Dr. Arnaldo Solis and Stan Padilla;  assistants: Cultural Affairs Staff;  "Fiesta de Maíz" Celebration;   1979; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Cultural Affairs Committee;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  2. Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Rodolfo Cuellar created pyramid in slide 1.
New ID No. Cat.3 041(1-2).
Center Activities and Programs

   59.    Cultural Affairs Committee; Members of: Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Breakfast for Niños Program, La Raza Bookstore, Sacramento Concilio, CSUS MECHA and Guadalupana Society;   "Día de Los Muertos" Annual Procession and Ceremonia;   1977; 
Site/Location:  St. Mary's Cemetary, 21st Avenue and 65th Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Breakfast for Niños Program, La Raza Bookstore, Sacramento Concilio and CSUS MECHA Guadalupe Society;  slide photographer:  Juan Carrillo;  no. of slides:  3. St. Mary's Cemetary, 21st Avenue and 65th Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  "As with all Chicano communities, we in Sacramento also celebrated 'Día de Los Muertos'. But, we celebrated ours for all these years at the main Chicano cemetary in Sacramento. It is here that the majority of our familias are buried so it makes our ceremonia that much more real because we come to visit our recently deceased each and every year."  Slide 24: Dr. Arnoldo Solis (left) making a prayer offering at St. Mary's Cemetery.
New ID No. Cat.3 023(1-3).
Center Activities and Programs

   60.    Cultural Affairs Committee; Rosemary Rasul, David Rasul, Tere Romo and Gina Montoya;  assistants: Cultural Affairs Committee and Breakfast for Niños Staff;  "Día de las Madres" Celebration;   May 10, 1979; 
Site/Location:  Washington Elementary School, 19th and F Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc. and Breakfast for Niños Program;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  29. Washington Elementary School, 19th and F Street, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 022(1-29).
Center Activities and Programs

   61.    Cultural Affairs Committee; Rosemary Rasul, Tere Romo, Gina Montoya and Tim Quintero;  assistants: Cultural Affairs Staff and Alkali Project Agency Staff (Irene Rodarte and Elisa Perez);  "Cinco de Mayo 1979" Celebration;   May 5, 1979; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and the City of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  32. Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 021(1-32).
Center Activities and Programs

   62.    Cultural Affairs Committee; Tere Romo;  assistants: José Montoya;  "One More Canto" Poetry Reading;   February 27, 1979; 
Site/Location:  Reno Club, 12th and D Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and the City of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  37. Reno Club, 12th and D Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Though shortlived (only took place 2 years), the poetry reading drew crowds from the Bay Area on a Tuesday night due to its unique setting.  The Reno Club was a neighborhood bar in the barrio.  Slide 20: Olivia Castellanos from Sacramento; 33: Jose Montoya from Saesa.
New ID No. Cat.3 048(1-37).
Center Activities and Programs

   63.    Danza Quetzalcoatl; Sra. Angelbertha Cobb;   Ceremonia para Tonanzin en el día doce de Dicembre, La Fiesta para La Virgen de Guadalupe;   December 1976; 
Site/Location:  La Iglesia "La Virgen de Guadalupe," 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA;   slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  4. La Iglesia "La Virgen de Guadalupe," 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  "As we became more familiar with our indigenous ceremonies, we began to honor them. The ceremonia for the Virgen is one of the most important and it concludes the ceremonial cycle for the year."  Slide 3:  Children from Danza quetzalocoatl dancing in front of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in honor of the Virgen's feast day.
New ID No. Cat.3 050(1-4).
Center Activities and Programs

   64.    Galería de la Raza/Studio 24;   Galería de la Raza's 20th Anniversary Celebration;    April-May 1990; 
Site/Location:  2857 24th Street, San Francisco, CA;   slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  16. 2857 24th Street, San Francisco, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 051(1-16).
Center Activities and Programs

   65.    Galería de la Raza/Studio 24;   Galería de la Raza's 20th Anniversary Celebration;    April-May 1990; 
Site/Location:  2857 24th Street, San Francisco, CA;   slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  16. 2857 24th Street, San Francisco, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 051(1-16).
Center Activities and Programs

   66.    Galería Posada; Tere Romo and Philip Santos;   "Cannery Workers" Art Exhibition of Esteban Villa;   May 1978; 
Site/Location:  Galería Posada, 15th and G Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Galería Posada;   no. of slides:  19. Galería Posada, 15th and G Street, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 052(1-19).
Center Activities and Programs

   67.    La Raza Bookstore; Phillip Santos and Tere Romo;   La Raza Bookstore ;   ca. 1979; 
Site/Location:  1228 F Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  La Raza Bookstore;   no. of slides:  11. 1228 F Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Shots of outside and inside of Bookstore within the building that no longer exists.
New ID No. Cat.3 054(1-11).
Center Activities and Programs

   68.    La Raza Bookstore; Tere Romo;   "Canto Series" Poetry Reading;   May 13, 1983; 
Site/Location:  Odd Fellows Hall, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  La Raza Bookstore;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  19. Odd Fellows Hall, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 053(1-19).
Center Activities and Programs

   69.    Organization Unknown;   National Chicano Moratorium 20th Anniversary;    September 29, 1990; 
Site/Location:  Los Angeles, CA;   slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  38. Los Angeles, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 055(1-38).
Center Activities and Programs

   70.    Orosco, Juanishi V. Esteban Villa Stan Padilla Ricardo Favela and Max Garcia;  assistants: Junior Baca, Nathan Villa and Sandra (?);  "Metamorphosis";   1980;  paint brush, roller, airbrush, stencil, and Mexican Politec acrylics
 fund:  City of Sacramento and the Redevelopment Agency of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  José Montoya, Conrad Miranda and Juan Carrillo;  no. of slides:  44.
Comments/Description:
  The slides show the initial sketches for the mural and follow the process through, from beginning stages to the completion of the work. Cross-reference with Murals.
New ID No. Cat.3 056(1-44).
Center Activities and Programs

   71.    Royal Chicano Air Force;  assistants: Fairfield High School Students;  Fairfield High School Mural Dedication;   1984; 
Site/Location:  Fairfield, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;   no. of slides:  10. Fairfield, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 061(1-10).
Center Activities and Programs

   72.    Royal Chicano Air Force;   "The Oro de Aztlán/El Arte del Royal Chicano Air Force" Art Show;   November 8-December 21, 1990 ; 
Site/Location:  Robert Else Gallery, California State University, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  California State University, Sacramento, CA;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  35. Robert Else Gallery, California State University, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slide 18: Watercolor by Jose Montoya.  Entitled "No More Drive-Bys For This Vato."  31" x 38".  The piece is meant to be placed blat on a pedastal to give the viewer a feeling of looking into a coffin. 1990; 26 watercolor by Celia Rodriguez.  22" x 30" 1985.  This work is part of her "La Llorona" series.
New ID No. Cat.3 064(1-35).
Center Activities and Programs

   73.    Royal Chicano Air Force;  assistants: Al Martínez, Juan Orosco, Ricardo Favela, José Montoya and Esteban Villa;  Poster Exhibition and Work in Progress for Mural "Crystallizing the Chicano Art Myth";   May 14 to June 26, 1983; 
Site/Location:  Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc. and Crocker Art Museum;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  46. Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Mural measurements: 12' x 28'.  Cross-reference with Murals.
New ID No. Cat.3 065(1-46).
Center Activities and Programs

   74.    Royal Chicano Air Force;   Royal Chicano Air Force/UCSB Performance and Art Show;   April-May 1973; 
Site/Location:  University of California, Santa Barbara, CA;  fund:  UCSB;   no. of slides:  37. University of California, Santa Barbara, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 071(1-37).
Center Activities and Programs

   75.    Royal Chicano Air Force; Centro de Artistas, Breakfast for Niños and the Alkali Redevelopment Agency;   Southside Park Mural #II Dedication and 16 de Septiembre Celebration;   September 1977; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas and the County of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1. Southside Park, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 074.
Center Activities and Programs

   76.    Royal Chicano Air Force; Centro de Artistas, Breakfast for Niños Program, and the Alkali Redevelopment Agency staff;   Southside Park Mural #II Dedication of the Diez y Seis de Septiembre Celebration;   September 1977; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, 7th & T Streets, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Cultural Affairs Committee and the County of Sacramento ;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  43. Southside Park, 7th & T Streets, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 075(1-43).
Center Activities and Programs

   77.    Royal Chicano Air Force; curator: Ricardo Favela;   "Royal Chicano Air Force Restrospective Poster Art--In Search of Mr. Con Safos" Exhibition;   October 26, 1989; 
Site/Location:  Lankford and Cook Gallery, 11020 White Rock Road, Rancho Cordova, CA;  fund:  Lankford and Cook Corp.;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  14. Lankford and Cook Gallery, 11020 White Rock Road, Rancho Cordova, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 070(1-14).
Center Activities and Programs

   78.    Royal Chicano Air Force; Esteban Villa and Juan Orosco;  assistants: Community of Burley, Idaho;  Progressive Work of Idaho Migrant Council Mural;   ca. 1978; 
Site/Location:  Idaho Migrant Council Building, Burley, Idaho;  fund:  IMC;  slide photographer:  Juan Orosco;  no. of slides:  32. Idaho Migrant Council Building, Burley, Idaho
Comments/Description:
  Cross-reference with Murals.
New ID No. Cat.3 068(1-32).
Center Activities and Programs

   79.    Royal Chicano Air Force; Esteban Villa, Juan Orosco and Ricardo Favela;  assistants: Junior Baca, Mike Hernández, Malaquías Montoya III, Conrad Miranda, Pete Jimenez, Jerry Harp and Nathan Villa;  Progression of LASERIUM UPM Mural;   1983-1984; 
Site/Location:  "K" Street Underpass of the I-5 Freeway into Old Sacramento, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  City of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  44. "K" Street Underpass of the I-5 Freeway into Old Sacramento, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Cross-reference with Murals.
New ID No. Cat.3 066(1-44).
Center Activities and Programs

   80.    Royal Chicano Air Force; Freddy Rodriguez and Gloria Rangel;  assistants: Tere Romo and Rosemary Rasul;  "Xic-Indio," A Chicano Opera;   January 26, 1980; 
Site/Location:  Sacramento Convention Center, 14th and L Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:   Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  39. Sacramento Convention Center, 14th and L Street, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 078(1-39).
Center Activities and Programs

   81.    Royal Chicano Air Force; Gina Montoya and Juanishi Orosco;  assistants: Malaquias Montoya and Roger Hankins;  "Día de los Muertos, Una Ofrenda a la Vida" Exhibition;   October 21, 1990; 
Site/Location:  Memorial Union Art Gallery, University of California, Davis, CA;  fund:  University of California, Davis;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  11. Memorial Union Art Gallery, University of California, Davis, CA
Comments/Description:
  Group exhibition; main altar by Gina Montoya. Cross-reference with Assemblage.
New ID No. Cat.3 060(1-11).
Center Activities and Programs

   82.    Royal Chicano Air Force; José Montoya, Esteban Villa, Celia Rodriguez, Irma Lerma, Rosa Linda Palacios and Juanishi Orosco;  assistants: Ricardo Favela, Louie Gonzalez, Rudy Cuellar and Sal Barajas;  Progressive Work of Chicano Park Murals;   October 1975; 
Site/Location:  San Diego, CA;  fund:  City of San Diego;   no. of slides:  40. San Diego, CA
Comments/Description:
  Cross-reference with Murals.
New ID No. Cat.3 067(1-40).
Center Activities and Programs

   83.    Royal Chicano Air Force; José Montoya, Ricardo Favela, Esteban Villa, Gina Montoya and Juanishi Orosco;   Inside Centro de Artistas Chicanos and the Centro Store;   ca. 1982-1983; 
Site/Location:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, 2904 Franklin Blvd., Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  17. Centro de Artistas Chicanos, 2904 Franklin Blvd., Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 062(1-17).
Center Activities and Programs

   84.    Royal Chicano Air Force; José Montoya, Rudy Carrillo and Esteban Villa;  assistants: Royal Chicano Air Force and Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  El Trio Casindio and the Royal Chicano Air Force Band;   ca. 1984; 
Site/Location:  Royal Chicano Air Force Graphics and Design Center, Centro de Artistas Chicanos, 2906 and 2904 Franklin Blvd., Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  28. Royal Chicano Air Force Graphics and Design Center, Centro de Artistas Chicanos, 2906 and 2904 Franklin Blvd., Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 077(1-28).
Center Activities and Programs

   85.    Royal Chicano Air Force; José Montoya, Tere Romo and Esteban Villa;  assistants: CSU and the Sacramento Art Gallery;  Cuban Poster Art Exhibition;   May 1978; 
Site/Location:  Main Art Gallery, California State University, Sacramento, 6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and CSUS;   no. of slides:  11 . Main Art Gallery, California State University, Sacramento, 6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 058(1-11).
Center Activities and Programs

   86.    Royal Chicano Air Force; Juan Carrillo;   "Run for the Arts" Race;   May 1979; 
Site/Location:  Discovery Park, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  39. Discovery Park, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 072(1-39).
Center Activities and Programs

   87.    Royal Chicano Air Force; Louie "The Foot" Gonzalez;   Silk Screen Demonstration at "Deadlines" Art Exhibition;   October-November 1988; 
Site/Location:  Fresno Metropolitan Museum;  fund:  Fresno Metropolitan Museum;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  10. Fresno Metropolitan Museum
Comments/Description:
  Trio Casindio also played at the opening; 1: Silk sreen demonstration by Louie Gonzalez; 2: Louie the "Foot" Gonzalez silk screen demonstration; 3: John Sierra y Sharkey de Siga and a Royal Chicano Air Force calavera; 4: John Sierra, Director, Arte Americas, Fresno; 5: Drying the prints, silk screen workshop by Louie Gonzalez y Ricardo Favela; 6: Sharkey de Siga silk screen demonstration; 7-8: Louie Gonzalez, silk screen workshop; 9: Danny de Siga, Fresno Metropolitan Museum exhibition designer, and Louie Gonzalez, with a silk screen by Royal Chicano Air Force; 10: Silk screen demonstration prints.
New ID No. Cat.3 073(1-10).
Center Activities and Programs

   88.    Royal Chicano Air Force; Ricardo Favela and Juan Carrillo;   "Concilio de Arte Popular" Conference and Workshops;   April 1978; 
Site/Location:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Holy Angels Site, 7th and S Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Juan Carrillo and Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  39. Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Holy Angels Site, 7th and S Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Activities included silk screen workshop with Rodolfo Cuellar and Louie the "Foot" Gonzalez, a performance by the Royal Chicano Air Force Band, and a spray can mural by Gilbert Lujan (Magu).  13: Silkscreen workshop led by Louie "the foot" Gonzalez.  Next to him is "Sapo" (Tomas Avilez) from La Brocha del Valle in Fresno.
New ID No. Cat.3 057(1-39).
Center Activities and Programs

   89.    Royal Chicano Air Force; Ricardo Favela, Freddy Gonzalez, Max García, Juan Carrillo and José Montoya;   "Tribute to José Montoya for His Twenty Years of Joda" Slide Presentation;   May 15, 1991; 
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela, Freddy Gonzalez, Max García, Juan Carrillo and José Montoya;  no. of slides:  199.
Comments/Description:
  Note: This is a compilation of slides from various center activities that needs to be assigned to specific Royal Chicano Air Force activity.
New ID No. Cat.3 076(1-199).
Center Activities and Programs

   90.    Royal Chicano Air Force; Rosemary Rasul, Tere Romo, David Rasul, Lupe Portillo, Armando Cid and Clara Cid Favela ;  assistants: Elvia Nava, Gina Montoya and Jennie Baca;  "Día de las Madres" Celebration;   May 1975; 
Site/Location:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos Courtyard, Holy Angels Site, 7th and S Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos and the County of Sacramento;   no. of slides:  19. Centro de Artistas Chicanos Courtyard, Holy Angels Site, 7th and S Street, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 059(1-19).
Center Activities and Programs

   91.    Royal Chicano Air Force; Royal Chicano Air Force, Centro de Artistas, and the California State University, Sacramento Art Gallery;   The Royal Chicano Air Force Mural Show;   January - February 1984; 
Site/Location:  Robert Else Gallery, California State University, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc. and California State University, Sacramento Art Gallery;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  55. Robert Else Gallery, California State University, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 069(1-55).
Center Activities and Programs

   92.    Royal Chicano Air Force; Tere Romo;  assistants: José Montoya;  "One More Canto" Poetry Reading;   1978; 
Site/Location:  Reno Club, 12th Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Royal Chicano Air Force and Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  6. Reno Club, 12th Street, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 063(1-6).
Center Activities and Programs

   93.    Royal Chicano Air Force and California State University, Sacramento; José Montoya and Ricardo Favela;  assistants: CSU and Sacramento Art Education Students;  Barrio Art Program: "Ancianos Component";   ca. 1983; 
Site/Location:  Washington Plaza, 14th and E Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  CSUS and Sacramento Redevelopment Agency;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  14. Washington Plaza, 14th and E Street, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 080(1-14).
Center Activities and Programs

   94.    Royal Chicano Air Force and California State University, Sacramento; José Montoya and Ricardo Favela;  assistants: CSU and Sacramento Art Education Students;  Barrio Art: Children's Component;   ca. 1990; 
Site/Location:  Washington Neighborhood Center, Inc., 16th and D Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  CSUS;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  77. Washington Neighborhood Center, Inc., 16th and D Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slide 3: Shows a piñata making workshop.
New ID No. Cat.3 079(1-77).
Center Activities and Programs

   95.    Royal Chicano Air Force and California State University, Sacramento; José Montoya and Ricardo Favela;  assistants: CSU and Sacramento Art Education Students;  Children's Barrio Art;   ca. 1989; 
Site/Location:  Washington Neighborhood Center, Inc., 16th and D Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  CSUS and Associated Students, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  31. Washington Neighborhood Center, Inc., 16th and D Street, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 081(1-31).
Center Activities and Programs

   96.    Royal Chicano Air Force and Daganawida Quetzalcoatl University;   Daganawida Quetzalcoatl University Benefit Musical Concert;   December 1985; 
Site/Location:  Sacramento Music Recital Hall, California State University, 6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Royal Chicano Air Force, DQU and CSUS;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  35. Sacramento Music Recital Hall, California State University, 6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 082(1-35).
Center Activities and Programs

   97.    Royal Chicano Air Force Graphics;  assistants: Juan Orosco, Gina Montoya and Chuy Ortiz;  Indian Meetings at Royal Chicano Air Force;   February 1983; 
Site/Location:  Royal Chicano Air Force Graphics and Design Center, 2906 Franklin Blvd., Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  22. Royal Chicano Air Force Graphics and Design Center, 2906 Franklin Blvd., Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 083(1-22).
Center Activities and Programs

   98.    Royal Chicano Air Force Graphics and Design Center;  Ricardo Favela;   Silk Screen Framing Workshop;   December 1982; 
Site/Location:  Royal Chicano Air Force Graphics and Design Center, 2906 Franklin Blvd., Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Royal Chicano Air Force Graphics and Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:   31. Royal Chicano Air Force Graphics and Design Center, 2906 Franklin Blvd., Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 084(1-31).
Center Activities and Programs

   99.    Royal Chicano Air Force Graphics and Design Centers; Ricardo Favela and Juanshi Orosco;   Tile Designs by Royal Chicano Air Force Graphics;   February 1984; 
Site/Location:  2904 and 2906 Franklin Blvd., Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Royal Chicano Air Force Graphics and Design Center;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1. 2904 and 2906 Franklin Blvd., Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 085.
Center Activities and Programs

100.    Teatro Campesino; Concilio de Arte Popular;   Concilio de Arte Popular (The People's Art Council);   April 1984; 
Site/Location:  Teatro Campesino, San Juan Bautista, CA;  fund:  Teatro Campesino;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  31. Teatro Campesino, San Juan Bautista, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 086(1-31).
Center Activities and Programs

101.    University of Paris and the Royal Chicano Air Force; Juan Bruce Novoa;   Exhibition of Royal Chicano Air Force Posters (organized by José Montoya and Ricardo Favela) at the Chicano Literature and Arts Conference (C.L.A.C.);   March 1986; 
Site/Location:  Maison de L'Amerique Latina, University of Paris, and Institute Charles V, Paris, France;  fund:  University of Paris and the American Consulate in Paris;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  44. Maison de L'Amerique Latina, University of Paris, and Institute Charles V, Paris, France
New ID No. Cat.3 087(1-44).
Center Activities and Programs

102.    Unknown; Gina Montoya;   Fiesta de Maiz/Fiesta del Ocelótl;   June 1989; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, Sacramento, CA;   slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  25.  Southside Park, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.3 088(1-25).
Center Activities and Programs

103.    Cid, Armando;   Don Quijote;   ca. 1970s;  pencil
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 001.
Drawings

104.    Cid, Armando;   Redman's Plague;   ca. 1970s;  pencil
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 002.
Drawings

105.    Cornejo, Ralphie;   (title unknown);   n.d.;  pen and ink
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  2.  
Comments/Description:
  From "Cinco de Mayo" Celebration and Art Sale at California State University, Sacramento, CA.
New ID No. Cat.4 003(1-2).
Drawings

106.    Favela, Ricardo;   Adelante, on the Barrio Olympics;   1974;  pen and ink, and color pencil
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 004.
Drawings

107.    Favela, Ricardo;   Can't Take it with You;   n.d.;  pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 005.
Drawings

108.    Favela, Ricardo;   Chilalquisol;   ca. 1970s;  pen and ink, and color pencil
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 006.
Drawings

109.    Favela, Ricardo;   The Crack in Esteban Villa's Raza Cósmica Egg;    1973;  pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 007.
Drawings

110.    Favela, Ricardo;   Cuauhtémoc;   1974;  pen and ink, and color pencil
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 008.
Drawings

111.    Favela, Ricardo;   Día de los Muertos;   1973;  pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 009.
Drawings

112.    Favela, Ricardo;   Don't Get Sick in Amerika;   n.d.;  pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 010.
Drawings

113.    Favela, Ricardo;   Don't Mess with Me U.S. of A. or I'll Piss on You;   n.d.;  pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 011.
Drawings

114.    Favela, Ricardo;   El Rey del Maíz;   1976;  pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 019.
Drawings

115.    Favela, Ricardo;   Los Pintos ;   1973;  pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 016.
Drawings

116.    Favela, Ricardo;   Los Vatos;   n.d.;  pen and ink, and color pencil
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 032.
Drawings

117.    Favela, Ricardo;   La Malachismosa;   1973;  pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 012.
Drawings

118.    Favela, Ricardo;   Moon Tree or I Loved Her;   1972;  pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 013.
Drawings

119.    Favela, Ricardo;   Oda to a Moska;   n.d.;  pen and ink, and color pencil
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 014.
Drawings

120.    Favela, Ricardo;   Pendejo;   1972;  pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 015.
Drawings

121.    Favela, Ricardo;   Police Brutality;   n.d.;  pen and ink, and color pencil
   no. of slides:  4.
New ID No. Cat.4 017(1-4).
Drawings

122.    Favela, Ricardo;   Por Pendejo;   n.d.;  pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 018.
Drawings

123.    Favela, Ricardo;   Royal Chicano Air Force;   1983-1984;  color pencils
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 020.
Drawings

124.    Favela, Ricardo;   Self-Portrait;   1985;  color pencil
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.  
Comments/Description:
  From "Cañonazos" series.
New ID No. Cat.4 021.
Drawings

125.    Favela, Ricardo;   Sketch for 3-D;   1972;  pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 022.
Drawings

126.    Favela, Ricardo;   Su Dinero o Su Vida;   n.d.;  pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 023.
Drawings

127.    Favela, Ricardo;   (title unknown);   ca. 1970s;  pen and ink, and color pencil
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela ;  no. of slides:  2 .
New ID No. Cat.4 024(1-2).
Drawings

128.    Favela, Ricardo;   (title unknown);   ca. early 1970s;  pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  4.
New ID No. Cat.4 025(1-4).
Drawings

129.    Favela, Ricardo;   (title unknown);   1972;  pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 026.
Drawings

130.    Favela, Ricardo;   (title unknown);   1977;  pen and ink
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  2.
New ID No. Cat.4 027(1-2).
Drawings

131.    Favela, Ricardo;   (title unknown);   1981;  pen and ink, and color felt tip pens
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela ;  no. of slides:  6 .
Comments/Description:
  Postcard designs. 
New ID No. Cat.4 028(1-6).
Drawings

132.    Favela, Ricardo;   Tlaloco;   n.d.;  pen and ink, and color pencil
   no. of slides:  2.
New ID No. Cat.4 029(1-2).
Drawings

133.    Favela, Ricardo;   UFW Cooperative Space Station # Uno;   ca. 1982-1983;  color pencil
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela ;  no. of slides:  1 .
Comments/Description:
  From presentation at Indian Valley College, Novato, CA (April 29, 1983).
New ID No. Cat.4 030.
Drawings

134.    Favela, Ricardo;   UFW Cooperative Space Station # Uno;   ca. 1983-1984;  color pencil
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela ;  no. of slides:  1 .
Comments/Description:
  From "Cañonazos" series.
New ID No. Cat.4 031.
Drawings

135.    Favela, Ricardo;   La Virgen del Valle;   1972;  pen and ink, Rapidograph pen and blue pencil on textured board
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 033.
Drawings

136.    Favela, Ricardo;   Your Humble Serpent, Dios;   n.d.;  pen and ink, and color pencil
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.4 034.
Drawings

137.    Felix, José;   (title unknown);   ca. 1973-1974;  pencil and black ballpoint pen
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.4 035.
Drawings

138.    García, Max;   (title unknown);   ca. early 1970s;  pen and ink with color washes
  slide photographer:  Max Garcia;  no. of slides:  4.
New ID No. Cat.4 036(1-4).
Drawings

139.    Montoya, José;   Sketch Book Drawings;   ca. 1973-1974;  pen and ink
   no. of slides:  13.
New ID No. Cat.4 037(1-13).
Drawings

140.    Montoya, José;   (title unknown);   n.d.;  color felt tip pens
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 038.
Drawings

141.    Montoya, José;   Vato Loco ;   n.d.;  pen and ink
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 039.
Drawings

142.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   1: "Consejos de Olin--El Sexto Sol"; 2: "Cruz del Aguila";   ca. 1991;  oil pastel on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  3.
Comments/Description:
  Galería Nueva.
New ID No. Cat.4 040(1-3).
Drawings

143.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Aguila";   ca. 1979; 
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.4 041.
Drawings

144.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Aguila Series I & II, 1: "Dancers of the Light"; 2: "Estrellas del Aguila";   1990;  oil pastel on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  2.  
Comments/Description:
  Artist is represented in Los Angeles by Galería Nueva, 912 East 3rd Street #402, Los Angeles, CA 90013.
New ID No. Cat.4 042(1-2).
Drawings

145.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Amor Indio";   ca. 1983;  Rapidograph pen
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
 Study for "In Progress" mural at the Crocker Museum, Sacramento, CA (the finished mural is entitled, "Crystallization of the Chicano Myth").
New ID No. Cat.4 043.
Drawings

146.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Arco Iris";   ca. 1990;  ballpoint pen on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 044.
Drawings

147.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Astro Pilots--Aztlán Warriors";   ca. 1969;  felt pen washes on paper and newspaper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 045.
Drawings

148.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Aztlán Warrior" Series;   ca. 1969;  pencil on note paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Seminal drawings of "Aztlán Warrior" imagery that continues to evolve to the present. . . Eagle Knight Warrior. . . .
New ID No. Cat.4 046.
Drawings

149.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Buscando La Luz";   ca. 1991;  oil pastel on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 047.
Drawings

150.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Campesino";   ca. 1977;  ballpoint pen on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Study for mural design, Lodi, CA.
New ID No. Cat.4 048.
Drawings

151.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Campesino";   ca. 1975;  pencil on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Study for print.
New ID No. Cat.4 049.
Drawings

152.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Can You Hear Their Song? Their Dance Brings in the Light";   ca. 1991;  oil pastel on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 050.
Drawings

153.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Cem-Anahuac";   ca. 1979;  ballpoint pen on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 051.
Drawings

154.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Clouds";   February 20, 1991;  pencil on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orsoco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 052.
Drawings

155.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "The Clouds Kept Rolling Back";   ca. 1991;  oil pastel on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.4 053.
Drawings

156.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Con La Mano en la Maquina del Futuro";   ca. 1983;  pencil on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Preliminary sketch for offset print and painting.
New ID No. Cat.4 054.
Drawings

157.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Daniel, El Indio";   ca. 1990;  top: pencil on construction paper; lower: Prismacolor on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 056.
Drawings

158.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Daniel, El Indio";   ca. 1980;  ballpoint pen on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 057.
Drawings

159.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Daniel--El Indio";   ca. 1980;  ballpoint pen on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 058.
Drawings

160.    Orosco, Juanishi V;   "Daniel, El Indio";   February 20, 1991;  ballpoint pen on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Dedicated to Juanishi's late brother.
New ID No. Cat.4 059.
Drawings

161.    Orosco, Juanishi V;   "Do You Know What Happens Between the Light?";    1991;  oil pastel on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 060.
Drawings

162.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Dream Carrier";   ca. 1989;  oil pastel on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Study for larger piece, sold through Galería Nueva.
New ID No. Cat.4 061.
Drawings

163.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Eagle Knight";   ca. 1978;  Prismacolor pencil on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 062.
Drawings

164.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Eagle Knight Warrior";   ca. 1991;  mechanical drawing pen on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 063.
Drawings

165.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Eagle Knight Warrior";   ca. mid 1970's;  felt pen on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.4 064.
Drawings

166.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Educación Bilingüe Bicultural";   ca. 1976;  pencil sketch
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.4 065.
Drawings

167.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "El Día de los Muertos";   ca. 1985;  pencil on paper
 fund:  National Endowment for the Arts and the Gannet Foundation;  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Pencil sketch for mural billboard designed as an advertisement for "El Día de los Muertos" procession & ceremony.
New ID No. Cat.4 055.
Drawings

168.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "El Movimiento para el Sexto Sol";   1982;  pencil on paper with Rapidograph on clear acetate
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Study for prints and T's.
New ID No. Cat.4 081.
Drawings

169.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "El Nagual";   ca. 1973;  ballpoint pen on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 084.
Drawings

170.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "El Sol";   ca. 1976;  pencil on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 090.
Drawings

171.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Fiesta de Maiz";   ca. 1978;  Prismacolor pencil on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Pencil drawing for silk screen print announcing "Fiesta del Maiz".
New ID No. Cat.4 066.
Drawings

172.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Fiestas de Colores";   Ca. 1980's;  pencil on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 067.
Drawings

173.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Guardians of the Sacred Circle";   ca. 1979;  Prismacolor on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Study for "Metamorphosis" (butterfly) mural.
New ID No. Cat.4 068.
Drawings

174.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Hey!" ;   ca. 1991;  oil pastel on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 070.
Drawings

175.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   La Historia Cultural de la Raza Mexicana;   ca. 1975;  pencil on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Study for Lodi High MECHA Mural.
New ID No. Cat.4 071.
Drawings

176.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "I Don't Dream of Columbus";   ca. 1991;  ballpoint pen on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.4 072.
Drawings

177.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "I Don't Know Their Names, But, I Can Feel Them";   ca. 1989;  oil pastel on grey illustration board
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orsoco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 073.
Drawings

178.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "La India";   ca. 1980;  Prismacolor on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 074.
Drawings

179.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "La India";   1973;  color pencil on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
 Study for painting.
New ID No. Cat.4 075.
Drawings

180.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Indio/Vato";   ca. 1980;  ballpoint pen on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 076.
Drawings

181.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Infinite Faith";   ca. January 1991;  Prismacolor pencil on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Design submitted and approved for ceramic tile mural (stage and steps), (completed 10-91).
New ID No. Cat.4 077.
Drawings

182.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Juicio";   ca. 1979;  ballpoint pen on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Study for mural.
New ID No. Cat.4 078.
Drawings

183.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Lord of the Dawn";   ca. 1973;  felt pen on shopping bag paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.4 079.
Drawings

184.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Los Guys";   1978;  pen and ink
 fund:  National Endowment for the Arts;  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Preliminary sketch for mural by Juanishi Orosco and Esteban Villa. Migrant Council Building, Burley, Idaho.
New ID No. Cat.4 069.
Drawings

185.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Metamorphosis: El Nacimiento de la Nueva Raza";   ca. 1981;  Prismacolor pencil on tissue paper over-lays
 fund:  CAC/NEA;  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Study for airbrushed painting (acrylic on Masonite, 8' x 14'), included in traveling exhibition.  Curated by René Yañez, Galería de la Raza, San Francisco, CA.
New ID No. Cat.4 080.
Drawings

186.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Nacimiento del Sexto Sol";   ca. 1975;  litho pencil on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.4 082.
Drawings

187.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Nacimiento del Sol";   ca. 1975;  ballpoint pen, and ink wash on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Study for Mural.
New ID No. Cat.4 083.
Drawings

188.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Nopalmid";   ca. 1985;  charcoal pencil on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 085.
Drawings

189.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Rainbow Riders";   ca. 1991;  charcoal pencil on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 086.
Drawings

190.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Seed Carrier";   ca. 1989;  Prismacolor on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Incomplete study.
New ID No. Cat.4 087.
Drawings

191.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Self-Portrait;   1972;  pencil on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 088.
Drawings

192.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "She's a Star Catcher";   February 20, 1991;  ballpoint pen and Prismacolor pencil
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 089.
Drawings

193.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Sunset Pacific" series;   ca. 1988;  Prismacolor on frosted acetate
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  First study for Joseph P. Rooney (Art in Public Places) Police Substation proposal. Mural design was eventually used for U.C.D. Medical Center Mural Project.
New ID No. Cat.4 091.
Drawings

194.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Sunset Pacifica;   ca. January 1991;  Prismacolor on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Design submitted and approved for ceramic tile mural (completed October 1991).
New ID No. Cat.4 092.
Drawings

195.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "They Are the Twin Brothers" I series;   February 20, 1991;  ballpoint pen on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 093.
Drawings

196.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "They are the Twin Brothers II" series;   February 20, 1991;  pencil on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 094.
Drawings

197.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   ca. 1970s;  pen and ink, and color pencil
   no. of slides:  4.
New ID No. Cat.4 095(1-4).
Drawings

198.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   ca. 1974;  Felt tip pen and pencil on sketch paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 096.
Drawings

199.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   ca. 1972;  ballpoint pen on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 097.
Drawings

200.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   ca. 1975;  ballpoint pen and felt tip pen on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 098.
Drawings

201.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   ca. 1977;  ballpoint pen on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  First of several studies on the theme of the "New Man and Woman of the Barrio." Ultimately developed for the mural at Southside Park Amphitheatre, Sacramento, CA.
New ID No. Cat.4 099.
Drawings

202.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   ca. 1977;  Prismacolor on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Second of several studies, "New Man & Woman of the Barrio," later used for the Southside Park mural in Sacramento, CA.
New ID No. Cat.4 100.
Drawings

203.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   ca. 1980;  felt pen and Rapidograph on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  One of several in study on the theme of unity among "Indigenas" of North America and Mexico.  Used as the logo for the International Conference of Indigenous People, Fresno, CA (1981?).
New ID No. Cat.4 101.
Drawings

204.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   ca. 1980;  Prismacolor on graph paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Detail of sketch for proposed mural.
New ID No. Cat.4 102.
Drawings

205.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   ca. 1986;  1: oil pastel on watercolor paper; 2: Prismacolor on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  2.
New ID No. Cat.4 103(1-2).
Drawings

206.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   ca. 1986;  Prismacolor on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  2.
Comments/Description:
  1: Prismacolor 1986, scale 1" = 1".
 New ID No. Cat.4 104(1-2).
Drawings

207.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   ca. 1989;  chalk pastel on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  2.
Comments/Description:
  Recent works in artist's studio.
New ID No. Cat.4 105(1-2).
Drawings

208.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   ca. 1977;  pencil on layout paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Early development sketch for "Heroes" mural.
New ID No. Cat.4 106.
Drawings

209.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   ca. 1985;  felt marker transfers on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Study for mural.
New ID No. Cat.4 107.
Drawings

210.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   ca. 1974;  ballpoint pen on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Design study for the first Southside Park Amphitheatre mural.
New ID No. Cat.4 108.
Drawings

211.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   ca. 1978;  pencil on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Study for Lodi High School MECHA Mural, Lodi, CA.
New ID No. Cat.4 109.
Drawings

212.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   ca. 1989;  Prismacolor on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Color study.
New ID No. Cat.4 110.
Drawings

213.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   ca. 1981;  felt tip pen on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Mandela tile study for K Street Underpass Mural.
New ID No. Cat.4 111.
Drawings

214.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   ca. 1981;  Prismacolor on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Mandela tile study for K Street Underpass Mural.
New ID No. Cat.4 112.
Drawings

215.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   ca. January 1991;  Prismacolor on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Detail of design submitted for ceramic tile mural (stage right).
New ID No. Cat.4 113.
Drawings

216.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   1978;  felt pen on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Preliminary sketch for mural by Juanishi V. Orosco at the Southside Park Amphitheatre, Sacramento, CA.
New ID No. Cat.4 114.
Drawings

217.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   n.d.;  pen and ink, and pencils
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela ;  no. of slides:  5 .
New ID No. Cat.4 115(1-5).
Drawings

218.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   n.d.;  color felt tip pens
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 116.
Drawings

219.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   n.d.;  Prismacolor on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 117.
Drawings

220.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Tlamantinis";   ca. 1979;  pen on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Study for Vacaville High MECHA Mural.
New ID No. Cat.4 118.
Drawings

221.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "The Tree of Life";   ca. 1979;  Prismacolor on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Study for print.
New ID No. Cat.4 119.
Drawings

222.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   UMP;   February 1984;  sketch for tile designs
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  2.
New ID No. Cat.4 120(1-2).
Drawings

223.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Venado Series";   ca. 1991;  oil pastel on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosoco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 121.
Drawings

224.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Venados" series;   ca. 1991;  oil pastel on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 122.
Drawings

225.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Warrior de la Luz Nueva";   ca. 1980;  felt pen on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  One of several in study of "Warriors de la Luz Nueva".
New ID No. Cat.4 123.
Drawings

226.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Warrior of la Luz Nueva";   ca. 1980;  Prismacolor on watercolor paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 124.
Drawings

227.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "You Can See the Sun in Their Eyes";   ca. 1990;  oil pastel on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.4 125.
Drawings

228.    Villa, Esteban;   3rd World Astropilot of Aztlán;   February 1984;  sketch for tile designs
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 126.
Drawings

229.    Villa, Esteban;   Black and White Mujer Series;   ca. 1973;  pen and ink
   no. of slides:  9.
New ID No. Cat.4 127(1-9).
Drawings

230.    Villa, Esteban;   The General ;   February 1984;  sketch for tile designs
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 128.
Drawings

231.    Villa, Esteban;   Huichol Deer;   February 1984;  sketch for tile designs
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 129.
Drawings

232.    Villa, Esteban;   Indian-Ana;   February 1984;  sketch for tile designs
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 130.
Drawings

233.    Villa, Esteban;   Indian Centennial;   February 1984;  sketch for tile designs
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 131.
Drawings

234.    Villa, Esteban;   Judge Charging;   ca. 1970;  pencil, pen and ink, and Conte crayon
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.4 132.
Drawings

235.    Villa, Esteban;   Lady Justice;   1971;  pencil, pen and ink, and Conte crayon
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 133.
Drawings

236.    Villa, Esteban;   Pluma Roja Series;   ca. early 1970's;  pencil, pen and ink, and Conte crayon
   no. of slides:  12.
New ID No. Cat.4 134(1-12).
Drawings

237.    Villa, Esteban;   Poet Roberto Vargas;   1971;  pencil, pen and ink, and Conte crayon
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 135.
Drawings

238.    Villa, Esteban;   Portrait of Manuel;   1969;  pencil, pen and ink, and Conte crayon
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 136.
Drawings

239.    Villa, Esteban;   Red Gallo;   February 1984;  sketch for tile designs
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 137.
Drawings

240.    Villa, Esteban;   Richard Soto;   1971;  pencil, pen and ink, and Conte crayon
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 138.
Drawings

241.    Villa, Esteban;   Ruben Salazar;   1970;  pencil
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 139.
Drawings

242.    Villa, Esteban;   Ruben Salazar;   1971;  pencil, pen and ink, and Conte crayon
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 140.
Drawings

243.    Villa, Esteban;   Store Woman ;   1970;  pencil, pen and ink, and Conte crayon
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.4 141.
Drawings

244.    Villa, Esteban;   (title unknown);   n.d.;  color markers on coated stock paper
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela ;  no. of slides:  5 .
New ID No. Cat.4 142(1-5).
Drawings

245.    Carrillo, Juan;   El Royal Chicano Air Force Poster;   ca. 1978-1979;  silkscreen
 fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela and Juan Carrillo;  no. of slides:  3.
New ID No. Cat.5 001(1-3).
Graphic Arts

246.    Carrillo, Pat;   Third World Film Series;   n.d.;  silkscreen
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 002.
Graphic Arts

247.    Cervantes, Juan;   El Royal Chicano Air Force Poster;   ca. 1973-1987;  silkscreen
 fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela, Juan Carrillo and Hector Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  17.
Comments/Description:
  Titles: 10: "Friends of the River", 1976; 13: "Fiesta de Navidad", 1975; 5: "Third World Writers and Thinkers Symposium"; 6: "Benefit Cultural Program"; 9: "It's Only You, Baby!", 1976.
New ID No. Cat.5 003(1-17).
Graphic Arts

248.    Cid, Armando;   Before Menudo ;   ca. early 1970s; 
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.5 005.
Graphic Arts

249.    Cid, Armando;   Before the Morning;   ca. early 1970s; 
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 006.
Graphic Arts

250.    Cid, Armando;   The Centaur;   early 1970s; 
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.5 007.
Graphic Arts

251.    Cid, Armando;   Chile Cósmico;   n.d.; 
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.5 008.
Graphic Arts

252.    Cid, Armando;   Cinco de Mayo ;   1975;  silkscreen
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 009.
Graphic Arts

253.    Cid, Armando;   La Cucaracha;   n.d.; 
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 010.
Graphic Arts

254.    Cid, Armando;   El Bautismo;   ca. early 1970s; 
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.5 004.
Graphic Arts

255.    Cid, Armando;   El Parque Dedicado a Emiliano Zapata, 1879-1920, "Es Mejor Morir de Pie que Morir Arrodillado";   1975;  silkscreen
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 015.
Graphic Arts

256.    Cid, Armando;   El Parque Dedicado a Emiliano Zapata, 1879-1920, "Es Mejor Morir de Pie que Morir Arrodillado";   1975;  silkscreen
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 016.
Graphic Arts

257.    Cid, Armando;   El Parque Dedicado a Emiliano Zapata 1879-1920 "Es Mejor Morir de Pie que Morir Arrodillado";   1975;  silkscreen
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 017.
Graphic Arts

258.    Cid, Armando;   El Parque Dedicado a Emiliano Zapata 1879-1920 "Es Mejor Morir de Pie que Morir Arrodillado";   1975;  silkscreen
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 018.
Graphic Arts

259.    Cid, Armando;   El Royal Chicano Air Force Poster;   ca. 1973-1977;  silkscreen
 fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  11.
Comments/Description:
  Titles: 9: "Tardeada con Cesar Chavez"; 4:"Chicano Ball", 1976; 11: "Cinco de Mayo", 1976; 20: "Cinco de Mayo", 1975.
New ID No. Cat.5 021(1-11).
Graphic Arts

260.    Cid, Armando;   Fiera con Jefa;   n.d.; 
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 011.
Graphic Arts

261.    Cid, Armando;   Gallo;   n.d.; 
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 012.
Graphic Arts

262.    Cid, Armando;   Mujer;   ca. 1970s;  lithoprint
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 014.
Graphic Arts

263.    Cid, Armando;   Música Mujer;   n.d.; 
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 013.
Graphic Arts

264.    Cid, Armando;   La Perra y su Tía;   ca. 1970s;  lithoprint
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 019.
Graphic Arts

265.    Cid, Armando;   Redman's Plaque in the Positive and Negative;   ca. early 1970s; 
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 020.
Graphic Arts

266.    Cid, Armando;   Sacramento City College's Washington Barrio Education Center;   n.d.;  offset print
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Center located at 1512 C St., Sacramento, CA.
New ID No. Cat.5 022.
Graphic Arts

267.    Cid, Armando;   Sunrise  ca. early 70's; 
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 023.
Graphic Arts

268.    Cid, Armando;   Sunrise  ca. 1970s;  lithoprint
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 024.
Graphic Arts

269.    Cid, Armando;   (title unknown);   ca. 1974; 
   no. of slides:  3.
New ID No.  Cat.5 025(1-3).
Graphic Arts

270.    Cid, Armando;   (title unknown);   n.d.;  serigraph
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 026.
Graphic Arts

271.    Cid, Armando;   Woman with Algo;   ca. early 1970s; 
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 027.
Graphic Arts

272.    Cuellar, Rudy;   Cinco de Mayo;   n.d.;  silkscreen
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 028.
Graphic Arts

273.    Cuellar, Rudy;   El Royal Chicano Air Force Posters;   ca. 1973-1990;  silkscreen
 fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela, Freddy Gonzalez and Juan Carrillo;  no. of slides:  47.
Comments/Description:
  5: Los Mascarones; 6: Ché; 17: 10 y 6 de Septiembre; 18: Teatro Campesino; 33: "Gran Kermes and Baile"; 41: Chicano Art Expo 74; 42: Dia de la Raza; 44: Murales.
New ID No. Cat.5 030(1-47).
Graphic Arts

274.    Cuellar, Rudy;   Mascarones;   1973;  woodcut
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 029.
Graphic Arts

275.    Favela, Ricardo;  assistants: Louie Gonzalez, Esteban Villa and Jerry Harp;  El RCAF/Con Safos;   1989;  photo silkscreen
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela ;  no. of slides:  1 .
Comments/Description:
  Poster for "Royal Chicano Air Force Retrospective Poster Art" Exhibition.
New ID No. Cat.5 033.
Graphic Arts

276.    Favela, Ricardo;   El Royal Chicano Air Force Poster;   1971-1989;  silkscreen
 fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Max García, Ricardo Favela, Juan Carrillo and Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  56.
Comments/Description:
  Titles: 37: "Chicano Art Show"; 39: "Día de los Muertos"; 42: "El Centro de Artistas Chicanos"; 49: "In Search of Mr. Con Safos"; 46: "Centennial"; 26: "Baile"; 24: "Sube la Xilonen" (poem by Dr. Arnaldo Solis); 9: "Rivera Orozco Siqueiros"; 13: "Chicana".
New ID No. Cat.5 034(1-56).
Graphic Arts

277.    Favela, Ricardo;   Huelga;   1987;  silkscreen and buttons
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.  
Comments/Description:
  From "Vivan los Muertos, a Brush with Death" Art Show celebrating "Día de los Muertos." Cross-reference with Assemblage and Center Activities and Programs.
New ID No. Cat.5 031.
Graphic Arts

278.    Favela, Ricardo;   Huelga/Strike;   1976;  silkscreen
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 032.
Graphic Arts

279.    Favela, Ricardo;   (title unknown);   ca. 1972-1975;  zinc plates with asphaltum layering
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 035.
Graphic Arts

280.    Favela, Ricardo;   (title unknown);   ca. 1972-1975;  zinc plates with asphaltum layering
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 036.
Graphic Arts

281.    Favela, Ricardo;   (title unknown);   ca. 1972-1975;  zinc plates with asphaltum layering
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 037.
Graphic Arts

282.    Felix, José;   El Royal Chicano Air Force Posters;   ca. 1973-1975;  silkscreen
 fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  4.
New ID No. Cat.5 038(1-4).
Graphic Arts

283.    García, Max;   El Royal Chicano Air Force Posters;   ca. 1970-1980;  silkscreen
 fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela, Max Garcia and Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  19.
Comments/Description:
  Titles: 10: "Third World Writers and Thinkers Symposium", 1976; 7: "Chicano Teatro".
New ID No. Cat.5 039(1-19).
Graphic Arts

284.    García, Max;   (title unknown);   n.d.;  serigraph
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 040.
Graphic Arts

285.    Gonzalez, Louie;   El Royal Chicano Air Force Posters;   ca. 1973-1990;  silkscreen
 fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela, Max García and Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  78.
Comments/Description:
  Titles: 13: "This is Not Just Another Poster"; 22: "8 Dias del Mundo Chicano"; 26: "En Estos Ojos"; 28: "Hidalgo"; 35: "Viva La Huelga"; 40: "Chismearte".
New ID No. Cat.5 041(1-78).
Graphic Arts

286.    Hernández, Pete;   El Royal Chicano Air Force Posters;   ca. 1974-1978;  silkscreen
 fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos Inc.;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  6.
Comments/Description:
  5: "Dance", 1974.
New ID No. Cat.5 042(1-6).
Graphic Arts

287.    Lerma, Irma C.;   Pensativa--Study After Zuniga;   1991; 
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Rainbow blend with superimposed large crouched nude lady.
New ID No. Cat.5 043.
Graphic Arts

288.    Lerma, Irma C.;   Primer Conferencia Femenil;   n.d.; 
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 044.
Graphic Arts

289.    Lerma, Irma C.;   Royal Chicano Air Force Guerrillas del Corazon III;   1990;  silkscreen with oil pastel color treatment
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Not a multiple print, collection of the artist.  Cross-reference with Painting.
New ID No. Cat.5 045.
Graphic Arts

290.    Lerma, Irma C.;   Sacra-Momento;   ca. 1986;  serigraph
  slide photographer:  Irma C Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 046.
Graphic Arts

291.    Lerma, Irma C.;   Tesoros de la Raza;   n.d.;  silkscreen print
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 047.
Graphic Arts

292.    Lujan, Gilbert--Stan Padilla David Tafoya Kathy García Rosa Hernández Chris Coronel Manuel Caro Bill Gee and Victor Hernández;   El Royal Chicano Air Force Posters;   ca. 1974-1978;  silkscreen
 fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  15.
Comments/Description:
  Titles: 3: Stan Padilla's "Fiesta de Colores"; 8: Kathryn Garcia's "Celebración", 1974.
New ID No. Cat.5 048(1-15).
Graphic Arts

293.    Montoya, José;   Boxeador;   n.d.;  linoleum print
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 049.
Graphic Arts

294.    Montoya, José;   El Royal Chicano Air Force Posters;   ca. 1969-1985;  silkscreen
 fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela, Max Garcia and Juan Carrillo;  no. of slides:  20.
Comments/Description:
  Titles: 8: "Dennis Banks"; 9: "Pachuco Art: An Historical Update", 1978; 10: "La Raza Drug Effort"; 16: "Recuerdos del Palomar".
New ID No. Cat.5 051(1-20).
Graphic Arts

295.    Montoya, José;   Ojos Veterano;   n.d.;  monoprint
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 050.
Graphic Arts

296.    Montoya, José;   (title unknown);   ca. 1972-1973;  lithograph
   no. of slides:  2.
New ID No. Cat.5 052(1-2).
Graphic Arts

297.    Montoya, José;   (title unknown);   1982;  serigraph
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.  
Comments/Description:
  From presentation at Indian Valley College, Novato, CA.
New ID No. Cat.5 053.
Graphic Arts

298.    Montoya, José;   (title unknown);   n.d.;  silkscreen
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  3.
New ID No. Cat.5 054(1-3).
Graphic Arts

299.    Negrete, Mike;   El Royal Chicano Air Force Poster;   ca. 1974-1976;  silkscreen
 fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  4.
New ID No. Cat.5 055(1-4).
Graphic Arts

300.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Aztlán Warrior (series);   1981;  Rapidograph drawing incorporating dot screens
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  This design was reproduced as an offset print and also as a T-Shirt design.
New ID No. Cat.5 056.
Graphic Arts

301.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Campesino";   n.d.;  detail of a silkscreen print on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  This is a detail of a calendario printed by artists of the Royal Chicano Air Force and the Galería de la Raza under the direction of René Yanez and Ralph Maradiaga.
New ID No. Cat.5 058.
Graphic Arts

302.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Cover (Hispanorama SCHWERPUNKT Chicano Literature) "El Nagual y El Tonal";   n.d.;  offset print of pen and ink drawing on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 059.
Graphic Arts

303.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Early Outreach Partnership Program U.C.D.;   1978;  offset of watercolor on notebook folder
 fund:  U.C.D. Early Outreach;  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 060.
Graphic Arts

304.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   El Bautiso de Daniel Montoya-Orosco;   ca. October 1979;  pencil and dot pattern on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Design created for the baptism of our third son Daniel Montoya-Orosco. This was printed offset on gold lined invitation stock.
New ID No. Cat.5 057.
Graphic Arts

305.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "El Movimiento Para el Sexto Sol" (Series);   1982;  Rapidograph on paper and Xerox
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Rapidograph drawings on paper, Xeroxed together to create one image. [Note: slide of original full color drawing to be sent at a later date.].
New ID No. Cat.5 067.
Graphic Arts

306.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   El Royal Chicano Air Force Poster;   ca. 1973-1990;  silkscreen
 fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Max García, Ricardo Favela and Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  38.
Comments/Description:
  Titles: 21: "Tierra Sol Madre Santa Tierra Sol Libertad"; 34: "One More Canto"; 20: "Gran Baile Y Noche Social".
New ID No. Cat.5 071(1-38).
Graphic Arts

307.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Familia";   1988;  silkscreen print on canvas paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  silk screen print printed as an "Award Of Excellence" for the recipients of the California Rural Legal Assistance Award of Excellence, Fifth Annual Award.
New ID No. Cat.5 061.
Graphic Arts

308.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Fiesta de Colores;   1979;  silkscreen
 fund:  Sacramento County Cultural Awards;  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Eighteenth de marzo spring mercado musica y comida, Southside Park, Fiesta de Colores.
New ID No. Cat.5 062.
Graphic Arts

309.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Fiesta de Colores;   n.d.;  flyer, color offset
 fund:  Sacramento County Cultural Awards;  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 063.
Graphic Arts

310.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   From "El Calendario de la Comida";   1977;  silkscreen print
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 064.
Graphic Arts

311.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Gina, La Bug (Study) Dedicated to my Wife Gina Montoya Orosco;   1980;  Xerox copy
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Copy of a photo of Gina and an enlarged xerox of a pencil sketch of crystals and ollin xeroxed together. This was a layout design later enlarged 300% on photocopy poster paper and painted with acrylic paints as a paper painting.
New ID No. Cat.5 065.
Graphic Arts

312.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Madre Santa Tierra Sol, Madre Santa, Libertad!;   1987;  silkscreen
 fund:  California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission;  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  This is part of a suite of prints by Royal Chicano Air Force artists as part of La Raza Bookstore's Quinceañera celebration.
New ID No. Cat.5 066.
Graphic Arts

313.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Pueblo Dreams (Series);   1982;  airbrushed inks on illustration board
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Reproduced for announcement of one of my one-man shows.
New ID No. Cat.5 068.
Graphic Arts

314.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Royal Chicano Air Force Art Sale and Fundraiser;   October 1982;  silkscreen poster
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 069.
Graphic Arts

315.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   The Royal Chicano Air Force Lands in San Francisco;   1991;  offset print announcement
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Design commissioned to be used as announcement for posters of the Royal Chicano Air Force. Also painted by artist as a billboard on Galería's wall announcing the Exhibition.
New ID No. Cat.5 070.
Graphic Arts

316.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (Separations) Fifth Annual Operation Christmas Unity;   n.d.;  silkscreen print
 fund:  City of Sacramento Revenue Sharing;  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  3.
New ID No. Cat.5 072(1-3).
Graphic Arts

317.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Third Annual Performance of Ballet Folklorico;   n.d.;  silkscreen print
 fund:  Ballet Folkorico de Sac (supply money only);  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 073.
Graphic Arts

318.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   n.d.;  serigraph
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  2.
New ID No. Cat.5 074(1-2).
Graphic Arts

319.    Royal Chicano Air Force Artists;   BERNABÉ Cinco de Mayo;   n.d.;  offset print
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 075.
Graphic Arts

320.    Royal Chicano Air Force Artists;   Cinco de Mayo Maya Club;   n.d.;  silkscreen
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 076.
Graphic Arts

321.    Royal Chicano Air Force Artists;   Third World Women Celebrate International Women's Year, 1975;   1975;  silkscreen
  slide photographer:   Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 077.
Graphic Arts

322.    Suarez, Raulie;   El Royal Chicano Air Force Poster;   ca. 1975-1978;  silkscreen
 fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  5.
New ID No. Cat.5 078(1-5).
Graphic Arts

323.    Villa, Esteban;   5 de mayo con el Royal Chicano Air Force Arte Musica Poesia;   1973;  offset print poster
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 079.
Graphic Arts

324.    Villa, Esteban;   El Royal Chicano Air Force Posters;   ca. 1969-1990;  silkscreen
 fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela, Max García and Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  19.
Comments/Description:
  Titles: 5: "Herencia Cultural"; 13: "I.M.C.".
New ID No. Cat.5 082(1-19).
Graphic Arts

325.    Villa, Esteban;   Man and Gallo;   ca. early 1970s;  lithography and zinc etching
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 080.
Graphic Arts

326.    Villa, Esteban;   Revolución;   1970;  lithography and zinc etching
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 081.
Graphic Arts

327.    Villa, Esteban;   Sueños;   1983; 
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  2.
Comments/Description:
  Album cover design.
New ID No. Cat.5 083(1-2).
Graphic Arts

328.    Villa, Esteban;   (title unknown);   ca. early 1970s;  lithography and zinc etching
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.5 084.
Graphic Arts

329.    Villa, Esteban;   (title unknown);   n.d.;  silkscreen
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.5 085.
Graphic Arts

330.    Cervantes, Juan;   Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Diciembre 1974;   ca. 1974;  silkscreen and offset
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Illustrated with a watercolor drawing by Juan Cervantes. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 002.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

331.    Cid, Armando;   Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Mayo;   ca. 1974;  silkscreen and offset
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Illustrated with drawing by Armando Cid. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 003.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms.

332.    Cid, Clara;   Una Ofrenda por el Royal Chicano Air Force;   1977;  ofrenda
Site/Location:  Washington Neighborhood Center, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1. Washington Neighborhood Center, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Cross-reference with Assemblage.
New ID No. Cat.6 004.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

333.    Cuellar, Rodolfo O.;   Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Junio 1975;   ca. 1974;  silkscreen and offset
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Illustrated with wood block print by Rodolfo O. Cuellar. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 005.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

334.    Favela, Ricardo;   Artist at 8 Years Old;   ca. 1983-1984;  Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  From "Cañonazos" series. Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 006.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

335.    Favela, Ricardo;   Carnal y Carnala;   ca. 1982-1983;  Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  From Royal Chicano Air Force presentation at Indian Valley College, Novato, CA (April 29, 1983). Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 007.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

336.    Favela, Ricardo;   Carnala y Carnal;   ca. 1983-1984;  Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  From "Cañonazos" series. Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 008.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

337.    Favela, Ricardo;   Chimney Rock, Nebraska;   ca. 1984-1985;  Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  From "Cañonazos" series. Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 009.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

338.    Favela, Ricardo;   Compañeros Artistas;   ca. 1983-1984;  Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  From "Cañonazos" series. Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 010.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

339.    Favela, Ricardo;  assistants: Cultural Affairs Committee members and Tere Romo;  Coronas de Muertos;   1977;  foil paper cut-outs, styrofoam, flowers, paper and wood
Site/Location:  Slides 1-2 at Hiram Johnson High School, 14th Avenue and 66th Street; Slide 3-4 at Holy Angels Schoolyard at Centro de Artistas; Sacramento, CA; La Raza Bookstore/Galería Posada;   slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  4. Slides 1-2 at Hiram Johnson High School, 14th Avenue and 66th Street; Slide 3-4 at Holy Angels Schoolyard at Centro de Artistas; Sacramento, CA; La Raza Bookstore/Galería Posada
Comments/Description:
  Coronas were carried as part of community procession for Día de los Muertos.  Cultural Affairs Committee added flowers on all; Tere Romo added circular ollin in slide 2. Cross-reference with Assemblage.
New ID No. Cat.6 011(1-4).
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

340.    Favela, Ricardo;   The Devaluation of the American Dollar;   ca. 1983-1984;  Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  From "Cañonazos" series. Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 012.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

341.    Favela, Ricardo;   La Familia de mi Suegra;   ca. 1982-1983;  Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  From Royal Chicano Air Force presentation at Indian Valley College, Novato, CA (April 29, 1983). Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 013.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

342.    Favela, Ricardo;   Familia de mi Suegro;   ca. 1983-1984;  Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  From "Cañonazos" series. Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 014.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

343.    Favela, Ricardo;   La Golondrina de la Frontera;   ca. 1982-1983;  Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  From Royal Chicano Air Force presentation at Indian Valley College, Novato, CA (April 29, 1983). Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 015.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

344.    Favela, Ricardo;   La Golondrina de la Frontera;   ca. 1983-1984;  Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  From "Cañonazos" series. Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 016.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

345.    Favela, Ricardo;   La Golondrina de la Frontera (Lydia Mendoza);   ca. 1984-1985;  Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  From "Cañonazos" series. Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 017.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

346.    Favela, Ricardo;   Mi Suegro en los 40's;   ca. 1982-1983;  Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  From Royal Chicano Air Force presentation at Indian Valley College, Novato, CA (April 29, 1983). Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 018.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

347.    Favela, Ricardo;   Mi Suegro en los 40's;   ca. 1983-1984;  Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  From "Cañonazos" series. Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 019.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

348.    Favela, Ricardo;   Pedro Armendariz;   ca. 1982-1983; 
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  From presentation at Indian Valley College, Novato, CA (April 29, 1983).
New ID No. Cat.6 020.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

349.    Favela, Ricardo;   Pedro Armendariz;   ca. 1983-1984;  Canon 400 copy machine, color pencil
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  From "Cañonazos" series. Cross-reference with Drawings and Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 021.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

350.    Favela, Ricardo;   Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Augusto 1974;    ca. 1974;  silkscreen and offset
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Illustrated with watercolor on paper plate by Ricardo Favela. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 022.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

351.    Felix, José;   Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Abril 1975;   ca. 1974;  silkscreen and offset
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Illustrated with drawing by José Felix. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 023.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

352.    García, Max;   Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, 1975;   1975;  silkscreen and offset
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Illustrated with drawing of the calendario cover by Max García. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 024.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

353.    Gonzalez, Louie;   Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Marzo 1975;   ca. 1974;  silkscreen and offset
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Illustrated with silkscreen by Louie Gonzales. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 025.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

354.    Guererro, Zarco;   Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Noviembre 1974;   ca. 1974;  silkscreen and offset
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Illustrated with an acrylic drawing on mat by Zarco Guererro. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 026.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

355.    Montoya, José;   Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Febrero 1975;   ca. 1974;  silkscreen and offset
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Illustrated with drawing by José Montoya. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 027.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

356.    Montoya, José;   Tortilla Art;   April 1973;  flour tortillas utilizing the comal (flat earthenware pan), soldering iron for detail drawing, and white glue for protection against decomposition
  slide photographer:  José Montoya;  no. of slides:  8.
New ID No. Cat.6 028(1-8).
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

357.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Septiembre 1975;   ca. 1974;  silkscreen and offset
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Illustrated with watercolor by Juanishi Orosco. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 029.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

358.    Padilla, Stan;   Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Enero 1975;   enero 1975;  silkscreen and offset
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Illustrated with mixed media drawing by Stan Padilla. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 030.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

359.    Pimental, Tino;   Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Julio 1975;   ca. 1974;  silkscreen and offset
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Illustrated with color felt pen drawing by Tino Pimental. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 031.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

360.    Ralph Maradiaga, Ralph Maradiaga, Juanishi V. Orosco, Francisco Camplis, Ruben Guzman, Rudy Cuellar, Xavier Viramontes, Jose Montoya, Esteban Villa, Rene Yañez, Louie Gonzalez and Max Garcia, Patricia Rodriguez, and Ricardo Favela;  assistants: Galería de La Raza and Centro de Artistas Chicanos;  Calendario de Comida 1976;   1976;  silkscreen
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  13.
Comments/Description:
  This was a joint project between the Galería de la Raza and the Royal Chicano Air Force. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 001(1-13).
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

361.    Villa, Esteban;   Royal Chicano Air Force Calendario, Octubre 1975;   ca. 1974;  silkscreen and offset
  slide photographer:  Irma C. Lerma;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Illustrated with drawing by Esteban Villa. Cross-reference with Graphic Arts.
New ID No. Cat.6 032.
Indigenous Chicano Mediums and Art Forms

362.    Armijo High School MECHA Club;  assistants: Junior and Trini; MECHA Advisor: Raquel "Rocky" Rodrigues; Mural Consultant: Juanishi Orosco;  Armijo MECHA Mural;   1980;  Politec Mural Paint on cement stucco building
Site/Location:  Armijo High School Administration Building, Fairfield, CA;  fund:  Armijo MECHA Club;  slide photographer:  Juanishi Orosco and Raquel Rodriguez;  no. of slides:  17. Armijo High School Administration Building, Fairfield, CA
Comments/Description:
  1: Juanishi and Rocky with MECHA Club--Main artist, "Junior," front row center with blue T-shirt; 2: (is slide 88); 3-7: In progress; 8: Pencil sketch "Lagrimas de mi Raza" enlarged to 11' x 8'6"; 9-12: On-going process; 13: Juanishi (center), with main artist "Junior"(on right); 14: 100 "Chicano" Poems; 15: Mural dedication; 16-17: Mural by "Junior" at Vacaville High School, 1981, with paint cracking.
New ID No. Cat.8 001(1-17).
Murals

363.    Artist Unknown;   Metamorphosis;   1980; 
 fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., CSUS Art Gallery;   no. of slides:  2.
Comments/Description:
  Layout of mural.
New ID No. Cat.8 002(1-2).
Murals

364.    Artist Unknown;   (title unknown);   1980;  tiles
 fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., CSUS Art Gallery;   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.8 003.
Murals

365.    Cid, Armando;  assistants: Mexico Cid, Juan Ramirez and Junior Baca;  Ollin;   1976-1977;  Mexican mosaic tile
 fund:  City of Sacramento Redevelopment Agency;  slide photographer:  Juan Carrillo;  no. of slides:  10.
New ID No. Cat.8 007(1-10).
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366.    Cid, Armando;  assistants: Kenneth Munguia, Javier Torres, Yolanda Tarin and Joe Gonzalez;  "Para la Raza del Barrio";   ca. 1976;  house paints, brush and rollers on concrete stucco
Site/Location:  Reno Club, 12th Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., Barrio Art Program;  slide photographer:  Juan Carrillo and Rodolfo Cuellar;  no. of slides:  20. Reno Club, 12th Street, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.8 004(1-20).
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367.    Cid, Armando;   Por la Raza United Flight;   April 22, 1973;  latex house paint on plywood panels
 fund:  La Raza Bookstore;   no. of slides:  12.
Comments/Description:
  2: Phillip Santos and Johnny Gonzalez.  Building no longer standing.  The mural panels housed at new La Raza/Galeria at Posada.
New ID No. Cat.8 005(1-12).
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368.    Cid, Armando;   "Por La Raza United Flight";   1974;  latex paint and paint brush on plywood panels
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  3.
New ID No. Cat.8 006(1-3).
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369.    Cid, Armando and José Felix;   The Resurrection of the Tecato;   ca. 1973;  paint brush, rollers and commercial house paints on plywood panels
Site/Location:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Folsom Blvd., Sacramento, CA;    no. of slides:  10. Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Folsom Blvd., Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.8 008(1-10).
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370.    Cid, Armando and Ricardo Favela;  assistants: Pete Hernández;  (untitled);   ca. 1974;  paint brush, rollers and commercial paints on sheetrock wall board
Site/Location:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Folsom Blvd., Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artista Chicanos, Inc.;   no. of slides:  10. Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Folsom Blvd., Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.8 009(1-10).
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371.    Elk Grove High School MECHA Club;   "La Raza, Mexicano Español--Chicano or whatever I call myself, I look the same, I feel the same, Accept me for what I am, Chicano";   1978;  Politec Mural Paints on cinder block
 Site/Location:  Elk Grove High School, Administration Building Elk Grove, CA;  fund:  Elk Grove MECHA Club Funds;  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  14. Elk Grove High School, Administration Building Elk Grove, CA
Comments/Description:
  1-3: Students transfering sketch; 4: Juanishi, I worked as mural  consultant to the MECHA Club. Advisor to the MECHA Club is Elvira Ford.
New ID No. Cat.8 010(1-14).
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372.    Montoya, José--Esteban Villa Juanishi V. Orosco Lorraine Garcia Stan Padilla Juan Cervantes and Sam Rios;   Southside Park Outdoor Stage Mural II;   1977;  Politec acrylic paint, brush and airbrush
Site/Location:  Southside Park, 7th & T Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  City Parks and Recreation, Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Miguel Blanco;  no. of slides:  1. Southside Park, 7th & T Street, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.8 011.
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373.    Montoya, José--Esteban Villa Juanishi V. Orosco Stan Padilla Lorraine Garcia Juan Cervantes and Sam Rios;  assistants: Ricardo Favela;  Southside Park Mural Painting #II;   ca. August-September 1977; 
Site/Location:  Southside Park, 7th & 8th Streets, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  City of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  75. Southside Park, 7th & 8th Streets, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slides show progression of mural and the Royal Chicano Air Force Band practicing shots in front of mural.
New ID No. Cat.8 012(1-75).
Murals

374.    Montoya, Jose--Juanishi V. Orosco Esteban Villa Celia Rodriguez Irma Lerma and Rosa Linda;  assistants: Ricardo Favela, Louie Gonzalez, Rudy Cuellar and Sal Barajas;  (title unknown);   1975;  acrylic paints, rollers, airbrush and paint brush on concrete pillars
Site/Location:  Chicano Park, San Diego, CA;  fund:  City of San Diego;   no. of slides:  19. Chicano Park, San Diego, CA
Comments/Description:
  Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
New ID No. Cat.8 013(1-19).
Murals

375.    Montoya, Jose--Juanishi V. Orosco Esteban Villa Stan Padilla Juan Cervantes Sam Rios and Lorraine García;  assistants: Rudy Cuellar, Pete Hernández and Carol Hernández;  Southside Park Mural II;   1977;  airbrush, paint brush, rollers, stencil, Mexican Politec acrylic paints
 fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and the City of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Miguel Blanco and Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  20.
Comments/Description:
  7: Juanishi Orosco's panel; 8: José Montoya's panel; 9: Detail, Juanishi Orosco's panel; 10: Center detail, Esteban Villa's panel; 11: Detail, Stan Padilla's panel; 12: Detail, Juan Cervantez's panel; 13: Detail, Esteban Villa's panel; 14: Detail, Lorraine Garcia and Sam Rios's panels 15: Panaromic view of the mural.
New ID No. Cat.8 014(1-20).
Murals

376.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Amor Indio" detail of mural entitled: "Crystallization of the Chicano Myth";   1983;  Politec Mural Paints on Masonite panels
 fund:  NEA, CAC;  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  This is a detail of the panel created by Juanishi in collaboration with Royal Chicano Air Force artistas in an "In Progress" mural installation at the Crocker Art Museum. Art Administrator: Gina Montoya.
New ID No. Cat.8 015.
Murals

377.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Día de los Muertos";   1986;  oil based Bulletin paints on paper
 fund:  NEA Visual Arts Grant, Arizona Arts Commission;  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  3.
Comments/Description:
  Detail of center section. This is a billboard mural to announce "Día de los Muertos" celebration in Mesa, Arizona, by Xicanindio Artes Gannett Corporation which donated supplies, equipment and a billboard for Xicanindio celebration.
New ID No. Cat.8 016(1-3).
Murals

378.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Heroes";   1987;  acrylic airbrush paints on Masonite panels (3)
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  6.
Comments/Description:
  Proposal written by Gina Montoya Orosco. Prosposal received top commission award of $2,500. It was designed as a portable mural that could be used as backdrops at functions, etc. This mural reflects several of the most profound heroes of La Raza that can serve as positive role models for our cultura.
New ID No. Cat.8 017(1-6).
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379.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;  assistants: Fairfield High School students;  "Lagrimas de Mi Raza";   ca. September 1980;  latex paints used with rollers and brush on existing building's concrete wall
 fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and Fairfield High School;   no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Also has a poem entitled "Chicano" by La Rockie. Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
New ID No. Cat.8 018.
Murals

380.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;  assistants: Rudy Cuellar and Becky Joe;  Ollin;   1975;  Cal Western Mural Paints on concrete freeway pillars
Site/Location:  Chicano Park Freeway Pillars, Logan Heights, San Diego, CA;   slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orsoco;  no. of slides:  10. Chicano Park Freeway Pillars, Logan Heights, San Diego, CA
Comments/Description:
  2: Artist, Juanishi and Becky; 3: Rudy Cuellar's assistants; 5: Artist painting huelga eagle mandala.
New ID No. Cat.8 019(1-10).
Murals

381.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;  assistants: Gina Montoya Orosco (design consultant and project director) and Pete Ximenez (consultant on the construction of two relief cement stucco forms);  "Out of the Fire", Strength and Peace.;   1989;  Surfaced low-relief cement stucco on cinderblock. Low fire ceramic glazes on 6' x 6' ceramic bisque tile. Glazes were airbrushed
Site/Location:  Joseph E. Rooney Police Substation, Barrio Franklin, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  2%;  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  11. Joseph E. Rooney Police Substation, Barrio Franklin, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Wall #1 (left): "Strength"; Wall #2 (right): "Peace"; Central "Aguila" designs on both walls are low-relief to create a three dimensional effect. Areas of design were airbrushed with a glaze gun in artist's studio. Tile installed by artist, Gina Montoya Orosco, and Pete Ximenez. Proposal written by Gina Montoya; commissioned award: $49,250.
New ID No. Cat.8 020(1-11).
Murals

382.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Programa Campesino Murals;   ca. 1972-1973;  paint brush, roller and latex paint
Site/Location:  1911 F Street, Sacramento, CA;    no. of slides:  13. 1911 F Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  2: "Tres Aguilas de la Raza".
New ID No. Cat.8 021(1-13).
Murals

383.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;  assistants: Summer Youth Program, Mal Montoya, Mike Nigrete and Becky Joe;  Sacramento Concilio, Farmworkers Program Building Mural;   1974;  Politec Mural Paints on stucco
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  9.
Comments/Description:
 2: Interior wall; 3: Interior walls with pyramid forming corner; 4: Detail; 5: Tres Aguilas de la Raza; 6: Campesinos; 7: Detail; 8: Murdered heroes; 9: Panel with segments depicting: police beating huelgista (lower left); campesinos (upper left); huelgistas with Virgen de Guadalupe (center); Tierra y libertad (upper right); and Cuahtemoc y Zapata.
New ID No. Cat.8 022(1-9).
Murals

384.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;  assistants: Hector, Sam, Manuel, Mal, Becky, Carlos and Southside Park;  Southside Park Mural;   1976;  house paints on concrete amphitheatre
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  13.
Comments/Description:
  I worked with youth from the Southside Barrio to paint the mural. It was dedicated for Cinco de Mayo. Shortly after that paints started chipping and cracking. We made the decision to sandblast the original mural and prepare for a new mural.
New ID No. Cat.8 023(1-13).
Murals

385.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;  assistants: Royal Chicano Air Force;  Southside Park Mural I;   1976-1977;  paint brush, rollers, masking tape, stencils and latex paints
Site/Location:  Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA;   slide photographer:  Juan Carrillo and Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  14. Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
New ID No. Cat.8 024(1-14).
Murals

386.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;  assistants: Gina Montoya;  Stage="Infinite Faith," Bench="Sunset Pacifica";   ca. October 1991;  airbrushed low-fire ceramic glazes on 6" x 6" bisque tile
Site/Location:  University of California, Davis Medical Center, Stockton Blvd., Sacramento, CA;    no. of slides:  8. University of California, Davis Medical Center, Stockton Blvd., Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Proposal and presentation by Gina Montoya; commissioned Award, $50,000. Mural designed for outdoor stage area and bench area that are used for public functions at the Medical Center. Designed to create a pleasant environment for patients and staff who will be there to reflect on their problems or just to eat lunch and enjoy the setting and art work.
New ID No. Cat.8 025(1-8).
Murals

387.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;  assistants: Gilbert "Magu" Lujan, Carlos Almaraz, Juan Carrillo and high school students;  (title unknown);    1975;  Politec mural paints on Masonite panels (portable)
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  7.
Comments/Description:
  Dedicated to Campesinos, cannery workers and college students working for their community by uniting their forces and energies.
New ID No. Cat.8 026(1-7).
Murals

388.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;  assistants: Nathan Villa;  (title unknown);   1984;  Politec Mural Paints on interior wall constructed of prepared and finished sheetrock
Site/Location:  Pollo Clasico Restaurant, Rancho Cordova, CA;  fund:  private;  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  5. Pollo Clasico Restaurant, Rancho Cordova, CA
Comments/Description:
  Concept of mural was to show the Mexican tradition of food preparation and the use of natural ingredients from their localities.
New ID No. Cat.8 027(1-5).
Murals

389.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   n.d.; 
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.8 028.
Murals

390.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;  assistants: Nathan, Mark, Carl Villa, Pete and Benny Hernandez;  United Farmworkers of America AFL-CIO Political Endorsement Mural Backdrop;   1978;  Politec Mural Paints on canvas
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  14.
Comments/Description:
  1: Juanishi (artist on right); 2-4: In Progress; 5: Carl Villa; 6-12: In Progress; 13: UFW Convention, San José Convention Center, San José, CA; 14: UFW Convention, portable mural canvas, Juanishi Orosco, designer with mural apprentices.
New ID No. Cat.8 029(1-14).
Murals

391.    Orosco, Juanishi V. and Esteban Villa;   Idaho Migrant Council Murals;   1978;  One Shot Enamel Paints on concrete wall
Site/Location:  Idaho Migrant Council, Burley, Idaho;   slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  7. Idaho Migrant Council, Burley, Idaho
Comments/Description:
  1: Left panel by Juanishi--(Theme: Leyenda de Nuestra Raza from Aztecas to Campesinos); 2-4: Right panel by Esteban Villa--(Theme: Astro Pilot de Aztlán): 5-7: Co-designed by Orosco and Villa; 6: Lowrider by Juanishi; 7: Los Vatos by Juanishi.
New ID No. Cat.8 030(1-7).
Murals

392.    Orosco, Juanishi V. Esteban Villa and Artists for Centro de Artistas Chicanos and Program Director: Juanishi  Orosco;  assistants: Nathan Villa, Elias "Junior" Baca, Conrad Miranda, Gina Montoya, José Montoya Orosco, Stan Padilla and master cement mason: Pete Ximenez;  "L.A.S.E.R.I.U.M." [Light Art in Sacramento with Energy Resources In Unlimited Motion (Movement?)];   1983;  Politec Mural Paints on relief cement stucco incorporating low fire ceramic glazes on 4" x 4" tiles (bisqued), 6 tile designs 5'4" x 5'4" sq.
Site/Location:  K Street Underpass Walkway to Old Sacramento, Sacramento, CA;   slide photographer:  Conrad Miranda;  no. of slides:  32. K Street Underpass Walkway to Old Sacramento, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Six ceramic tile pieces designed by Juanishi Orosco, glazed and fired by Ricardo Favela (three designs are "Hopi" Kachina Spirit Dances, other three are Huichol "Ojo de Dios" Mandalas; 3: Master cement mason Pete Ximenez trowling finish on cement stucco; 6-7: José Montoya Orosco and Gina Montoya Orosco; 8-14: Design by Juanishi Orosco, painted by Stan Padilla; 18,20-27: Huicol "Ojos de Dios" Mandelas designed by Juanishi Orosco, glazed and fired by Ricardo Favela, installation by Juanishi and Pete Ximenez; 19: Shows Juanishi Orosco (standing) and cement mason Pete Ximenez; 28-30: Detail of LASERIUM; 31: Nathan Villa; 32: Gina Montoya Orosco; Art Administrator for project: Gina Montoya ($40,000).
New ID No. Cat.8 031(1-32).
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393.    Orosco, Juanishi V. José Montoya Esteban Villa Stan Padilla Juan Cervantes Sam Rios Frank Godina and Lorraine Garcia;  assistants: Eva Garcia, "Mountain Lion" Padilla, Nathan Villa, Manuel Diaz and Vincent Montoya;  Southside Park Amphitheater Mural II;   1978;  Politec Mural Paints on concrete amphitheatre
Site/Location:  WPA era Amphitheatre, Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA;   slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  24. WPA era Amphitheatre, Southside Park, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  1: Panel by José Montoya; 2-3: Left panel by Juanishi; 4: Stan Padilla; 5: Nathan Villa; 6: Juanishi; 7: Stan and "Mountain Lion" Padilla with Esteban Villa; 8-9: Panels by Montoya; 11: Left panel by Padilla, right panel by Cervantes; 13-16: Panel by Juanishi; 17: Montoya; 18-19: Esteban Villa: 20: Lorraine Garcia; 21: Left panel by Juanishi Orosco; 22: Mariachi with Esteban Villa's mural panel. Enrique "Henry" Ortiz, dancer; 23: Father Keith Kenny (deceased) in front of panel by Stan Padilla; 24: José Montoya with Winito in front of panel by Juan Cervantes.
New ID No. Cat.8 032(1-24).
Murals

394.    Orosco, Juanishi V. Ricardo Favela and Rudy Cuellar;  assistants: Pete Hernández and Jeffery Alvarez;  (title unknown);   June 1972;  felt tip markers on canvas
 fund:  Theatre Class, Sacramento State University, Sacramento, CA;   no. of slides:  9.
Comments/Description:
  Mural backdrop for the play "La Malinche."  Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
New ID No. Cat.8 033(1-9).
Murals

395.    Orosco, Juanishi V. Rudy Cuellar Ricardo Favela Max Garcia and Juan Cervantes;   Coatlique;   ca. 1974;  felt markers on canvas
  slide photographer:  Juanishi Orosco;  no. of slides:  2.  
Comments/Description:
  Three 8' x 4' canvas panels painted as a backdrop for a play at CSUS.
New ID No. Cat.8 034(1-2).
Murals

396.    Orosco, Juanishi V. Stan Padilla Esteban Villa and artists from Centro de Artistas Chicanos;  assistants: Richard Montoya, Ricardo Favela, "Mountain Lion" Padilla, Nathan Villa, Andrea Somara, Max Garcia, Freddy Gonzalez, Junior Baca and Conrad Miranda;  "Metamorphosis" Butterfly Mural;   1980;  Politec Mural Paints, airbrushed and brushwork on concrete
Site/Location:  4th and L Street Parking Lot Garage, Sacramento, CA;   slide photographer:  Conrad Miranda;  no. of slides:  51.  4th and L Street Parking Lot Garage, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Juanishi Orosco served as project director. 17: Esteban Villa; 35: Juanishi Orosco; 32: at top "Junior" Baca, below (left to right) Stan Padilla, Nathan Villa, Rene Villa.
New ID No. Cat.8 035(1-51).
Murals

397.    Royal Chicano Air Force and Centro de Artistas Chicanos members;   The Crystallization of the Myth;   January-May 1984;  Mexican Politec acrylic on polywood panels
 fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and CSUS Art Gallery;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  6.
Comments/Description:
  First Exhibition of mural at Robert Else Gallery, California State University, Sacramento, CA.
New ID No. Cat.8 036(1-6).
Murals

398.    Villa, Esteban;   Emergence of the Chicano Social Struggle in a Bi-Cultural Society;   ca. 1969-1970;  acrylic and commercial house paints, brushes, rollers on brick wall
 fund:  Washington Neighborhood Center;   no. of slides:  17.
Comments/Description:
  Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
New ID No. Cat.8 037(1-17).
Murals

399.    Villa, Esteban;  assistants: Ricardo Favela;  (title unknown);   ca. 1968-1969;  latex paints, brush, and roller on sheetrock wallboard
Site/Location:  1400 E Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Barrio Art Program and Washington Community Council;   no. of slides:  9. 1400 E Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  First mural made by Royal Chicano Air Force in Sacramento.
New ID No. Cat.8 038(1-9).
Murals

400.    Villa, Esteban;  assistants: Mural Class at Centro de Artistas Chicanos and CSUS Students;  (title unknown);   ca. 1976-1977; 
Site/Location:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Holy Angels Site, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA;    no. of slides:  4. Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Holy Angels Site, 7th and T Street, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.8 039(1-4).
Murals

401.    Villa, Esteban;  assistants: Ricardo Favela, Rudy Cuellar Jr., and Max García;  Washington Community Council Mural;   ca.1969-1970;  paint brush, roller and latex paint
 fund:  Washington Community Council, Barrio Art Program;  slide photographer:  Max Garcia;  no. of slides:  7.
New ID No. Cat.8 040(1-7).
Murals

402.    Villa, Esteban and Juanishi V. Orosco;  assistants: Burley, Idaho community;  Idaho Migrant Council Mural;   ca. 1978;  Politec Mural Paints, applied with rollers, brushes, and airbrush on concrete stucco
Site/Location:  Idaho Migrant Council Building in Burley, Idaho;  fund:  Idaho Migrant Council;  slide photographer:  Juan Orosco;  no. of slides:  15. Idaho Migrant Council Building in Burley, Idaho
Comments/Description:
  Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
New ID No. Cat.8 041(1-15).
Murals

403.    Villa, Esteban--Juanishi V. Orosco and Ricardo Favela;  assistants: Junior Baca, Mike Hernández, Malaquías Montoya, Conrad Miranda, Pete Jimenez, Jerry Harp and Nathan Villa;  LASERIUM;   1983-1984;  Politec Mural Paints, brush, roller, and airbrush; built-up painting surface with cement layer, diamond-shaped tile pieces
Site/Location:  K Street Underpass of I-5 Freeway into Old Sacramento, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  City of Sacramento;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  34. K Street Underpass of I-5 Freeway into Old Sacramento, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
New ID No. Cat.8 042(1-34).
Murals

404.    Villa, Esteban--Ricardo Favela and Louie Gonzalez;  assistants: Barrio Art and CSUS students;  When Your Mother Asks You Who You Are;   ca. 1975-1976;  paint brush, rollers, acrylics and commercial latex paints on sheetrock wall board
Site/Location:  Sacramento Concilio Inc. Farmworker Program, Dining Hall, 1911 F Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc.;  slide photographer:  Juan Carrillo;  no. of slides:  8. Sacramento Concilio Inc. Farmworker Program, Dining Hall, 1911 F Street, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.8 043(1-8).
Murals

405.    Bakersfield Junior College; José Montoya, Ricardo Favela and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tafoya;   Third Annual Raza Youth Conference;   February 10, 1983; 
Site/Location:  Bakersfield Junior College, Bakersfield, CA;  fund:  Bakersfield Junior College;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  56.  Bakersfield Junior College, Bakersfield, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slides 1, 5, 11, 15: show José Montoya as keynote speaker who later presented a slide show; 20-21, 23-27, 29-31, 33, 35, 37, 39, 46, 49, 53: Royal Chicano Air Force had a booth at the Conference which sold art work.
New ID No. Cat.13 001(1-56).
Non-Center Activities and Programs

406.    California State University, Sacramento MECHA Group; CSU, Sacramento, MECHA;   "Cinco de Mayo 83" Celebration; Royal Chicano Air Force Display;   May 1983; 
Site/Location:  California State University, 6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  CSUS and ASI;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  37. California State University, 6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA
New ID No. Cat.13 003(1-37).
Non-Center Activities and Programs

407.    California State University, Sacramento MECHA Group; Student Affirmative Action, CSU, Sacramento;   "Canto" Show at CSUS;   May 13, 1983;  
Site/Location:  California State University, Sacramento Student Union Building, 6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  CSUS and ASI;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  15. California State University, Sacramento Student Union Building, 6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slide 4: by José Montoya.
New ID No. Cat.13 002(1-15).
Non-Center Activities and Programs

408.    California State University, Sacramento Stanislaus Art Gallery;   "Colores del Valle" Art Show Opening;   April 27, 1990; 
Site/Location:  CSU, Stanislaus Art Gallery, Modesto, CA;  fund:  CSU and Stanislaus;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  37. CSU, Stanislaus Art Gallery, Modesto, CA
New ID No. Cat.13 004(1-37).
Non-Center Activities and Programs

409.    California State University, Sacramento Stanislaus Art Gallery;   "Colores del Valle" Art Show Opening in Fresno;   September 30, 1990; 
Site/Location:  Phebe Conley Gallery, Fresno, CA;   slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  11. Phebe Conley Gallery, Fresno, CA
New ID No. Cat.13 005(1-11).
Non-Center Activities and Programs

410.    Crocker Art Museum; Crocker Art Museum and "Tesoros Steering Committee";  assistants: Be de Herrera;  Opening Reception of "Tesoros de la Raza: Folk Art of Mexico";   September 13, 1990; 
Site/Location:  Crocker Art Museum, 3rd and O Street, Sacramento, CA;  fund:  Crocker Art Museum;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  7. Crocker Art Museum, 3rd and O Street, Sacramento, CA
Comments/Description:
  1: José Montoya (steering committee member); 4: José Montoya and Stan Padilla (designed poster); 5: José Montoya and Tere Romo (who curated the altar Exhibition "Ofrendas" and designed and created "Royal Chicano Air Force Ofrenda a Los Abuelitos a part of "Tesoros" Exhibition).
New ID No. Cat.13 006(1-7).
Non-Center Activities and Programs

411.    Fresno Metropolitan Museum and Arte Americas;  assistants: Ricardo Favela, John Sierra and Danny De Siga;  "Vivan los Muertos: A Brush with Death" Art Show;   October 11, 1987; 
Site/Location:  Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno, CA;  fund:  Arte Americas and Fresno Metropolitan Museum;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  11. Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno, CA
New ID No. Cat.13 008(1-11).
Non-Center Activities and Programs

412.    Fresno Metropolitan Museum and Arte Americas; John Sierra from Arte Americas and Danny De Siga from Fresno Metropolitan Museum;   "Deadlines" Art Exhibition;   October-November 1988; 
Site/Location:  Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno, CA;  fund:  Arte Americas and Fresno Metropolitan Museum;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:   25. Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno, CA
Comments/Description:
  1: From "Deadlines," Día De Los Muertos; 2-3: Louie "the Foot" Gonzalez silkscreen demonstration; 4: John Sierra y Sharky de Siga--Calavera; 5-6: Danny and Sharky de Siga, poster by Danny de Siga; 7: Community Altar, designed by Danny De Siga; 8: Danny in front of Favela's Día De Los Muertos Mobile; 9: Ricardo Favela in front of Día De Los Muertos Mobile; 10: John Sierra, Director of Arte Americas; 11: Drying the prints in the silkscreen workshop given by Louie Gonzalez and Ricardo Favela; 12: Sharky de Siga during the silkscreen demonstration; 13-15: Louie Gonzalez's silkscreen workshop; 16: José Montoya y Rudy Carrillo, El Trio Casindio; 17: Trio Casindio, Fresno Metropolitan Museum, José Montoya, Rudy Carrillo and Daniel de los Reyes; 18: John Sierra; 19: "Neon Mexi-Plexi" design by Danny de Siga and John Sierra; 20: "Dead Ringer" by Steve de la Torre; 21: Esteban Villa; 22-25: "Deadlines" Exhibition; 27-28: silkscreen demo prints from "Deadlines" Exhibition;  29: silkscreen by Francisco Vardas; 30: silkscreen by Paul Herron; 31: Día de los Muertos Mobile Panel by Ricardo Favela (medium: styrofoam, wire and paper); 32-33: Community Altar; 34: Día De Los Muertos; artista: Ernie Palomino (medium: styrofoam); 35: Neon panel by Danny de Siga and John Sierra; 36: A mobile with three heads covered with plastic; 37: The image of a person pushing a plow.
New ID No. Cat.13 007(1-25).
Non-Center Activities and Programs

413.    Indian Valley College; Perfecto Muñoz, José Montoya and Ricardo Favela;   Royal Chicano Air Force Cultural Presentation;   April 29, 1983; 
Site/Location:  Indian Valley College, Novato, CA;  fund:  Indian Valley College;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  28. Indian Valley College, Novato, CA
New ID No. Cat.13 009(1-28).
Non-Center Activities and Programs

414.    Los Angeles County Museum of Art;   "Chicanarte" Exhibition;   ca. 1975; 
Site/Location:  Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA;  fund:  LACMA;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slide of art work in the exhibition.
New ID No. Cat.13 010.
Non-Center Activities and Programs

415.    Los Angeles County Museum of Art;   "Chicanarte" Exhibition;   ca. 1975; 
Site/Location:  Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles CA;  fund:  LACMA;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  5. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles CA
Comments/Description:
  Slides of art work in the exhibition.
New ID No. Cat.13 011(1-5).
Non-Center Activities and Programs

416.    Los Angeles County Museum of Art;   "Chicanarte" Exhibition;   ca. 1975; 
Site/Location:  Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA;  fund:  LACMA;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slide of art work in the exhibition.
New ID No. Cat.13 013.
Non-Center Activities and Programs

417.    Los Angeles County Museum of Art;   "Chicanarte" Exhibition;   1975; 
Site/Location:  Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA;  fund:  LACMA;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  5. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slides from the exhibition: 1: Armando Cid (centerpiece); 2: José Montoya, ink wash (on the right); 3: Rudy Cuellar; 4: Rudy Cuellar (centerpiece); 5: Stan Padilla (on the left).
New ID No. Cat.13 014(1-5).
Non-Center Activities and Programs

418.    Los Angeles County Museum of Art;   "Chicanarte" Exhibition;   October 1975;  
Site/Location:  Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA;  fund:  LACMA ;  slide photographer:  Rudy Cuellar;  no. of slides:  32. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slides of art work in the exhibition.
New ID No. Cat.13 015(1-32).
Non-Center Activities and Programs

419.    Los Angeles County Museum of Art;   "Chicanarte" Exhibition;   n.d.; 
Site/Location:  Los Angeles County Museum, Los Angeles, CA;  fund:  LACMA;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1. Los Angeles County Museum, Los Angeles, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slide of Yreina Cervantez's watercolor painting, "Un Secreto".
New ID No. Cat.13 016.
Non-Center Activities and Programs

420.    Los Angeles County Museum of Art;   "Chicanarte" Exhibition;   n.d.; 
Site/Location:  Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA;  fund:  LACMA;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  2. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slides from the exhibition: 1: Willie F. Herrón III, "La Cruda" (pen and ink); 2: Maria de la Rosa, "Movable Props" (lithograph).
New ID No. Cat.13 017(1-2).
Non-Center Activities and Programs

421.    Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Artist: Yolanda Lopez;   "Chicanarte" Exhibition;   ca. 1975; 
Site/Location:  Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA;   slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slide of Lopez's work, "The Lazy Man's Way to Riches".
New ID No. Cat.13 012.
Non-Center Activities and Programs

422.    Manuelita's Art Gallery;   Esteban Villa's Art Show;   July 1986; 
Site/Location:  Manuelitas Art Gallery, San Fransisco, CA;  fund:  Manuelita's;  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  11. Manuelitas Art Gallery, San Fransisco, CA
New ID No. Cat.13 018(1-11).
Non-Center Activities and Programs

423.    Wight Art Gallery, UCLA; Marcos Tranquilino Sanchez and Holly Barnett Sanchez;   Chicano Art Resistance and Affirmation (CARA) Art Festival;   ca. October 1990; 
Site/Location:  Wight Art Gallery, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA;   slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  63. Wight Art Gallery, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Comments/Description:
  Slides 1-2, 4, 6: Taking inventory; 3, 5, 10, 19: CARA art work; 22-42: CARA opening; 43-49: CARA artists;  56: Patssi Valdez's hand-colored photo collage, "Downtown Los Angeles," 1983.
New ID No. Cat.13 019(1-63).
Non-Center Activities and Programs

424.    Baca, Junior;   Aztlán Sunset;   September 1983;  acrylic paint and airbrush on plywood board
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  3.
New ID No. Cat.9 001(1-3).
Paintings

425.    Cid, Armando;   Aztec Woman;   ca. early 1970s;  oil on canvas, pine wood support
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 002.
Paintings

426.    Cid, Armando;   Chicano Crucifix;   ca. 1970s;  mix with enamel
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 003.
Paintings

427.    Cid, Armando;   Gallo;   ca. early 1970s;  oil on canvas, pine wood support
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 004.
Paintings

428.    Cid, Armando;   Land Lord;   ca. 1970s; 
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 005.
Paintings

429.    Cid, Armando;   Las Tortilleras;   ca. early 1970s;  oil on canvas, pine wood support
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 016.
Paintings

430.    Cid, Armando;   La Mañana;   ca. early 1970s;  oil on canvas, pine wood support
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 006.
Paintings

431.    Cid, Armando;   Mind Flying Amerikan Ruca;   ca. 1970s; 
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 007.
Paintings

432.    Cid, Armando;   Ollín;   ca. early 1970s;  oil on canvas, pine wood support
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 008.
Paintings

433.    Cid, Armando;   Revolucionarias;   ca. early 1970s;  oil on canvas, pine wood support
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 009.
Paintings

434.    Cid, Armando;   Teachings of Chuey;   ca. early 1970s;  oil on canvas, pine wood support
   no. of slides:  2.
New ID No.  Cat.9 010(1-2).
Paintings

435.    Cid, Armando;   Tierra Mother ;   ca. early 1970s;  oil on canvas, pine wood support
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 011.
Paintings

436.    Cid, Armando;   (title unknown);   ca. early 1970s;  oil on canvas, pine wood support
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 012.
Paintings

437.    Cid, Armando;   (title unknown);   ca. 1970s;  stretched canvas, wooden pine frame
   no. of slides:  8.
New ID No. Cat.9 013(1-8).
Paintings

438.    Cid, Armando;   (title unknown);   ca. 1970s;  oil and charcoal on linen
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 014.
Paintings

439.    Cid, Armando;   The Tomato Pickers;   ca. early 1970s;  oil on canvas, pine wood support
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.9 015.
Paintings

440.    De la Torre, Steve;   Dead Ringer;   n.d.;  mixed media
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.  
Comments/Description:
  From "Deadlines" Exhibition at Fresno Metropolitan Museum (October-November 1988).
New ID No. Cat.9 017.
Paintings

441.    Felix, José;   Self-Portrait;   ca. 1972-1973;  acrylic paint with brush
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 018.
Paintings

442.    Lerma, Irma C.;   Be-Causa You;   1990;  oil painting
   no. of slides:  1.  
Comments/Description:
  Broken sculpture with flying jalepeños, wedding rings and a brown beret.
New ID No. Cat.9 019.
Paintings

443.    Lerma, Irma C.;   Chile Energy;   ca. 1974;  oil painting
   no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Large woman in blue, holding a glowing chile.
New ID No. Cat.9 020.
Paintings

444.    Lerma, Irma C.;   Muerte;   ca. 1971 - 1972;  oil painting
   no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Self-portrait with halo.
New ID No. Cat.9 021.
Paintings

445.    Lerma, Irma C.;   Recuerdos del Palomar;   ca. 1972;  oil painting
   no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  singing woman (head, hands, and gold lamé teeth).
New ID No. Cat.9 022.
Paintings

446.    Lerma, Irma C.;   Study After Zuniga;   ca. 1971;  oil painting
   no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Large nude crouched figure.
New ID No. Cat.9 023.
paintings

447.    Montoya, José;   The Fox;   ca. 1974;  watercolor
  slide photographer:  José Montoya;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 024.
Paintings

448.    Montoya, José;   The Journey;   ca. 1974;  oil on standard canvas, pine wood framework
  slide photographer:  José Montoya;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.9 025.
Paintings

449.    Montoya, José;   (title unknown);   ca. 1975; 
  slide photographer:  José Montoya;  no. of slides:  7.
New ID No.  Cat.9 026(1-7).
Paintings

450.    Montoya, José;   (title unknown);   1977;  oil on canvas, pine wood support
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela and José Montoya;  no. of slides:  4.
Comments/Description:
  From "Pachuco" Art Show.
New ID No. Cat.9 027(1-4).
Paintings

451.    Montoya, José;   (title unknown);   n.d.;  watercolor
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 028.
Paintings

452.    Montoya, José;   (title unknown);   n.d.;  ink and watercolor
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  4.
Comments/Description:
  From presentation at Indian Valley College, Novato, CA.
New ID No. Cat.9 029(1-4).
Paintings

453.    Montoya, José;   The Wagon ;   1975;  oil on standard canvas and pine wood framework
  slide photographer:  José Montoya;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.9 030.
Paintings

454.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Ascending Spirits;   1987;  airbrushed acrylic paints on Arches 150 lb. watercolor paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 031.
Paintings

455.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Aztlán Warrior;   1975;  oil paints on canvas
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 032.
Paintings

456.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Blue Spirit;   1986;  acrylic airbrushed paints on Arches watercolor paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 033.
Paintings

457.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   El Movimiento del Sol;   n.d.; 
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Orosco Chicanarte.
New ID No. Cat.9 039.
Paintings

458.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Festival Folklorico;   1984;  acyrlic paints on Masonite
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 034.
Paintings

459.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Fire and Ice;   1987;  airbrushed acrylic Politec paints on canvas
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.9 035.
Paintings

460.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Journey;   1986; 
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 036.
Paintings

461.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Macchu Pichu;   1986;  airbrushed acrylic Politec paints on canvas
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.9 037.
Paintings

462.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   "Marcha Pa'l Agua";   ca. 1978;  watercolor on watercolor paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Preliminary sketch for silkscreen.
New ID No. Cat.9 038.
Paintings

463.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Pegasus;   1985;  airbrushed acrylic paints on paper
 fund:  private commission;  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  A color study for final painting done for Pegasus, Inc. (producers of computer chips).
New ID No. Cat.9 040.
Paintings

464.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Pegasus;   1985;  airbrushed acrylic paints on Masonite panel
 fund:  Private;  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  Painting of logo design for computer chip manufacturer.
New ID No. Cat.9 041.
Paintings

465.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Pueblo Dreams I;   1987;  acrylic paints on Arches
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 042.
Paintings

466.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Pueblo Dreams (series);   1986;  airbrushed watercolors on Arches 150 lb. watercolor paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  A body of work centered on the theme of "Pueblo Dreams." I took the geometrics of the pyramids and re-interpreted them to make a new design.
New ID No. Cat.9 043.
Paintings

467.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Pueblo Dreams (series);   1986;  airbrushed watercolors on Arches 150 lb. watercolor paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 044.
Paintings

468.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Pueblo Dreams (series);   1986;  airbrushed watercolor on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.9 045.
Paintings

469.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Pueblo Dreams (Series);   1986;  airbrushed fabric inks on T-Shirts
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orsoco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  I converted this series into marketable, wearable apparel, including T-shirts, sweaters and T-shirt dresses.
New ID No. Cat.9 046.
Paintings

470.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Pueblo Dreams (series);   n.d.;  airbrushed ink on Arches watercolor paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  4.
New ID No. Cat.9 047(1-4).
Paintings

471.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Renacimiento;   1978;  watercolor on Arches 150 lb. watercolor paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.9 048.
Paintings

472.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Self-Portrait;   n.d.;  enamel paints on Masonite
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 049.
Paintings

473.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Spirit Flight;   1987;  acrylic airbrushed paints on canvas
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 050.
Paintings

474.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Spring Rain;   1986;  airbrushed watercolor paints on Arches 150 lb. paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 051.
Paintings

475.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Tierra de mi Padre;   1975;  watercolor on Arches 150 lb. watercolor paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  This watercolor is based on my father's village, Santiago, Zacatecas, México.
New ID No. Cat.9 052.
Paintings

476.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Tierra Sol;   1975;  watercolor on Arches 150 lb. watercolor paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.9 053.
Paintings

477.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   ca. 1986;  airbrush acrylic on paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  2.
New ID No. Cat.9 054(1-2).
Paintings

478.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   1983;  watercolor on Arches 150 lb. watercolor paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 055.
Paintings

479.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   1986;  airbrushed acrylic Politec Paints on canvas
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 056.
Paintings

480.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   1987;  airbrushed acrylic paints on Arches 150 lb. watercolor paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 057.
Paintings

481.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   n.d.; 
   no. of slides:  7.
New ID No. Cat.9 058(1-7).
Paintings

482.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   n.d.;  airbrushed lowfire ceramic glazes on 6" x 6" bisque tiles
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 059.
Paintings

483.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   (title unknown);   n.d.;  airbrushed lowfire ceramic glazes on 6" x 6" bisque tiles
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 060.
Paintings

484.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Tu Eres mi Otro Yo;   1974;  oil paints on canvas
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 061.
Paintings

485.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Venado Series;   1991;  acrylic paints on Arches watercolor paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orsoco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.9 062.
Paintings

486.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Winter Chant;   1987;  airbrushed acrylic paints on Arches 150 lb. watercolor paper
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orsoco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 063.
Paintings

487.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;   Zuni, Huichol;   1986;  airbrushed acrylic Politec paints on canvas
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.9 064.
Paintings

488.    Padilla, Stan;   Slides 3-5: Aztec Calendar; 6-7: Abuela Mía;   ca. 1967-1974;  acrylic on canvas, pine wood frame
   no. of slides:  18.
New ID No. Cat.9 065(1-18).
Paintings

489.    Villa, Esteban;   Amerindia;   ca. early 1970s;  watercolor on French block paper
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 066.
Paintings

490.    Villa, Esteban;   Buen Sueño;   ca. early 1970s;  watercolor on French block paper
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 067.
Paintings

491.    Villa, Esteban;   Campesino;   ca. 1970-1975;  acrylic
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 068.
Paintings

492.    Villa, Esteban;   Cannery Worker;   ca. 1970-1975;  acrylic
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 069.
Paintings

493.    Villa, Esteban;   Carmen Forever;   n.d.;  mixed media
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.  
Comments/Description:
  From "Deadlines" Exhibition at Fresno Metropolitan Museum (October-November 1988).
New ID No. Cat.9 070.
Paintings

494.    Villa, Esteban;   Chistoso;   ca. early 1970s;  watercolor on French block paper
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 071.
Paintings

495.    Villa, Esteban;   Con Safos;   ca. early 1970s;  watercolor on French block paper
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 072.
Paintings

496.    Villa, Esteban;   Dios Series ;   ca. 1970s;  watercolor with airbrush and stencils
   no. of slides:  8.
New ID No. Cat.9 073(1-8).
Paintings

497.    Villa, Esteban;   El Ojo de Dios;   ca. early 1970s;  watercolor on French block paper
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.9 081.
Paintings

498.    Villa, Esteban;   Gallo;   ca. 1970-1975;  acrylic
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 074.
Paintings

499.    Villa, Esteban;   Man-Gallo Series;   ca. 1970-1971;  sepia wash on watercolor paper
   no. of slides:  11.
Comments/Description:
  Cross-reference with Drawings. 
New ID No. Cat.9 076(1-11).
Paintings

500.    Villa, Esteban;   Mao;   ca. early 1970s;  watercolor on French block paper
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 077.
Paintings

501.    Villa, Esteban;   Martí;   ca. early 1970s;  watercolor on French block paper
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 078.
Paintings

502.    Villa, Esteban;   Máscara Series;   ca. 1970s;  watercolor with stencils and airbrush
   no. of slides:  8.
New ID No.  Cat.9 075(1-8).
Paintings

503.    Villa, Esteban;   Mujer Series;   ca. 1970s;  watercolor with airbrush and stencils
   no. of slides:  15.
New ID No.  Cat.9 079(1-15).
Paintings

504.    Villa, Esteban;   Neo Renaissance;   ca. early 1970s;  watercolor on French block paper
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.9 080.
Paintings

505.    Villa, Esteban;   Por Vida;   ca. early 1970s;  watercolor on French block paper
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 082.
Paintings

506.    Villa, Esteban;   Prisionero;   ca. 1970-1975;  acrylic
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 083.
Paintings

507.    Villa, Esteban;   Straight Hair;   ca. 1970-1975;  acrylic
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 084.
Paintings

508.    Villa, Esteban;   Sunrise on a Warm Day;   ca. early 1970s;  watercolor on French block paper
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 085.
Paintings

509.    Villa, Esteban;   Third World Astro Pilot of Aztlán;   ca. 1971-1972;  watercolor
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela ;  no. of slides:  1 .
New ID No. Cat.9 086.
Paintings

510.    Villa, Esteban;   Third World Astro Pilots of Aztlán Series;   ca. 1973; 
   no. of slides:  4.
New ID No. Cat.9 087(1-4).
Paintings

511.    Villa, Esteban;   (title unknown);   ca. 1970-1975;  acrylic
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 088.
Paintings

512.    Villa, Esteban;   (title unknown);   ca. 1970-1975;  acrylic
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 089.
Paintings

513.    Villa, Esteban;   The Warriors;   ca. 1970-1975;  acrylic
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.9 090.
Paintings

514.    Artist Unknown;   "Pachuco Art: A Historical Update" Art Exhibition;    ca. 1940; 
  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:   2.
Comments/Description:
  1940's photos exhibited during José Montoya's "Pachuco" Art Show (December 9, 1977) at Open Rings Gallery, J Street, Sacramento, CA.  Original photos taken by Richard Rodriguez, developed by Juan Carrillo, Tere Romo and Richard Rodriguez.
New ID No. Cat.11 001(1-2).
Photography

515.    Cid, Armando;   Gallo Series;   ca. 1972-1973;  handbuilt ceramic, highfire glazes and iron oxides
  slide photographer:  Armando Cid and Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  6.
New ID No. Cat.12 001(1-6).
Sculptures

516.    Cuellar, Rodolfo;   1: "Rene's Diamond-Studded Calcos;" 2-3: "Melinda"; 4: "Sylvia";   n.d.;  bronze castings using lost wax method, combining glass mirrors and wood with organic leaf moss material
   no. of slides:  4.
New ID No. Cat.12 002(1-4).
Sculptures

517.    Favela, Ricardo;   Chicano Cerámica;   1969-1979;  wheel thrown ceramic forms, high fire glazes
  slide photographer:  Max García and Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  22.
New ID No. Cat.12 004(1-22).
Sculptures

518.    Favela, Ricardo;   Death of Another Chicano Cuauhtemoc;   1973;  ceramic sculpture
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela ;  no. of slides:  1 .
Comments/Description:
  From CARA Art Show at Wight Art Gallery, UCLA.
New ID No. Cat.12 006.
Sculptures

519.    Favela, Ricardo;   El Chisme;   1970;  handbuilt ceramic clay, highfired
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.12 005.
Sculptures

520.    Favela, Ricardo;   Favela Vatitos;   ca. 1974;  highfire ceramic, sandstone buff clay
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.12 007.
Sculptures

521.    Favela, Ricardo;   Las Adelitas;   ca. 1969;  handbuilt ceramic, low-fire Duncan glazes
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No.  Cat.12 003.
Sculptures

522.    Favela, Ricardo;   Los Monjos ;   ca. 1971;  handbuilt ceramic clay, highfired with iron for contrast
   no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.12 009.
Sculptures

523.    Favela, Ricardo;   Los Vatitos;   1971;  ceramic sculpture
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  3.  
Comments/Description:
  From CARA Art Show at Wight Art Gallery, UCLA.
New ID No. Cat.12 015(1-3).
Sculptures

524.    Favela, Ricardo;   Los Vatitos;   1972;  handbuilt ceramic clay, high fire glazes
  slide photographer:  Héctor Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  5.
New ID No. Cat.12 016(1-5).
Sculptures

525.    Favela, Ricardo;   Máscara de Tina;   1987; 
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
Comments/Description:
  From "Vivan los Muertos, a Brush with Death" Art Show celebrating "Día de los Muertos." Cross-reference with Center Activities and Programs.
New ID No. Cat.12 008.
Sculptures

526.    Favela, Ricardo;   La Muerte;   1970;  handbuilt ceramic clay, highfire glazes
   no. of slides:  7.
New ID No. Cat.12 010(1-7).
Sculptures

527.    Favela, Ricardo;   La Muerte of Another Chicano Cuauhtémoc;   ca. 1974;  highfire ceramic, sandstone buff clay
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.12 011.
Sculptures

528.    Favela, Ricardo;   The Official Royal Chicano Air Force Ashtray;   1982;  ceramic with low fire glazes
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.12 012.
Sculptures

529.    Favela, Ricardo;   Official Royal Chicano Air Force Ashtray;   1982-1985;  handbuilt ceramic clay, low fire glazes
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  5.
New ID No. Cat.12 013(1-5).
Sculptures

530.    Favela, Ricardo;   ¿A Quién le Dices Cara de Perro?;   ca. 1974;  highfire ceramic, sandstone buff clay
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.12 014.
Sculptures

531.    Favela, Ricardo and Rudy Cuellar;   Royal Chicano Air Force Piñata Biplane;   December 1977;  acrylic paint with brush, bamboo construction with paper and styrofoam
 fund:  Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Inc., and the Breakfast for Niños Program;  slide photographer:  Freddy Gonzalez;  no. of slides:  1.  
Comments/Description:
  Temporary; built for "Christmas Unity" Children's Program.
New ID No. Cat.12 017.
Sculptures

532.    Garza, Alex;   Earth Abyss;   1980;  limestone and mahogany
  slide photographer:  Ricardo Favela;  no. of slides:  1.  
Comments/Description:
  From CARA Art Show at the Wight Art Gallery, UCLA.
New ID No. Cat.12 018.
Sculptures

533.    Orosco, Juanishi V.;  assistants: Ricardo Favela;  Kachina Spirit Dancer;   n.d.;  lowfire ceramic glazes on bisque 4" x 4" tiles
  slide photographer:  Juanishi V. Orosco;  no. of slides:  1.
New ID No. Cat.12 019.
Sculptures