At the turn of the 20th century, Highland Park was a vibrant bohemian community that shaped the cultural life of the city. Today, just after the turn of the 21st century, that same DIY, bohemian ethos again is alive in the neighborhood.
Resurrected Histories explores the Chicano/a art movement through art collectives such as Centro de Arte Publico and Mechicano Art Center in Highland Park during the 1970s. It culminates as an exhibition opening this Saturday at Avenue 50 Studio.
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