Teena Apeles | KCET
Teena Apeles is an author, writer, and editor who recently founded Narrated Objects, a creative collective that produces books and items of whimsy to help benefit causes close to their hearts, and to showcase the diverse voices of the city—whether emerging or established, young or young at heart.
Post date: 2018-12-14T08:01:17-08:00
Chicano and Mexican women of all ages featured in Vincent Price Art Museum's “Regeneración: Three Generations of Revolutionary Ideology” represents a century of transnational resistance against oppression in its many forms.
Post date: 2018-11-05T11:57:17-08:00
At AltaMed Health Services Corporation, healthcare is going beyond just the physical. It has built an enviable Chicano art collection, which it displays at its clinics all around Southern California.
Post date: 2017-08-09T16:19:51-07:00
Kayamanan Ng Lahi (“Treasures of Our People”) is an acclaimed volunteer-run performing arts organization entering its 27th year of celebrating and teaching Philippine culture through dance and music.
Post date: 2017-06-06T09:04:18-07:00
Fernando Aceves led the first generation of concert photographers in Mexico. His photographs of David Bowie during his only visit to Mexico 20 years ago reveals “the human Bowie, not the character,” without the outrageous makeup, hair, and costumes.