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Pedro Inzunza Arroyo and Catherine J. Trujillo
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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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    San Luis Obispo shelters a small enclave of artists and architects who have collaborated on designing their homes for artistic expression and production.
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    Pedro Arroyo and Catherine J. Trujillo interview Swedish-American jazz vocalist Inga Swearingen in two of her most treasured environments.
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    Although often described as monochromatic in regards to the ethnic makeup of the community, there are diverse groups of people who are finding ways to foster meaningful cross-cultural experiences in San Luis Obispo.
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    Pedro Arroyo and curator Catherine Trujillo meet Oaxaca native and Los Osos resident Jesus Avila, who offers a glimpse into his woodworking studio where he carves and designs wooden masks used in traditional Oaxacan dances.
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    Pedro Arroyo and Catherine Trujillo continue their travels along the coastal route of the El Camino Real, discovering the rich and diverse cultural and artistic identity of San Luis Obispo County. For this installment, we meet sculptor David Settino Scott, painter Mark Bryan, and water colorist Tracy Taylor.
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    San Luis Obispo County is a landmark destination with a cultural heritage paved by the historic El Camino Real. Today the region is a stronghold of cultural entrepreneurialism with urban transplants and long-time residents working together to enhance the cultural identity and history of the county.
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  • Entry
    San Luis Obispo shelters a small enclave of artists and architects who have collaborated on designing their homes for artistic expression and production.
  • Entry
    Pedro Arroyo and Catherine J. Trujillo interview Swedish-American jazz vocalist Inga Swearingen in two of her most treasured environments.
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    Although often described as monochromatic in regards to the ethnic makeup of the community, there are diverse groups of people who are finding ways to foster meaningful cross-cultural experiences in San Luis Obispo.
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    Pedro Arroyo and curator Catherine Trujillo meet Oaxaca native and Los Osos resident Jesus Avila, who offers a glimpse into his woodworking studio where he carves and designs wooden masks used in traditional Oaxacan dances.
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    Pedro Arroyo and Catherine Trujillo continue their travels along the coastal route of the El Camino Real, discovering the rich and diverse cultural and artistic identity of San Luis Obispo County. For this installment, we meet sculptor David Settino Scott, painter Mark Bryan, and water colorist Tracy Taylor.
  • Entry
    San Luis Obispo County is a landmark destination with a cultural heritage paved by the historic El Camino Real. Today the region is a stronghold of cultural entrepreneurialism with urban transplants and long-time residents working together to enhance the cultural identity and history of the county.