Pedro Inzunza Arroyo
Pedro Inzunza Arroyo is a writer, world music radio host at KCBX Public Radio, and a cultural worker. His writing has primarily focused on the experiences of the Mexican-American community in Southern California. He has been published locally and in The Los Angeles Times and La Opinión. The Boyle Heights native has been residing in San Luis Obispo for 22 years.
Catherine J. Trujillo
Curator Catherine Trujillo has worked with designers, artists, architects, and photographers to create long-standing contributions to the cultural life of the Central Coast. Originally from East Los Angeles, and heavily influenced by the El Sereno artisans in her neighborhood and the artistic teachings of her grandmother, she moved to the Central Coast with a commitment to work in the arts with a focus on the preservation and dissemination of multicultural history and art.
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