CSRC director Chon Noriega and scholars Karen Mary Davalos and Deborah Cullen were participants in “Encuentros: Artistic Exchange between the U.S. and Latin America,” a two-day symposium at the Smithsonian American Museum of Art held October 5-6, 2011.
The Los Angeles Times has announced the top twenty most attended exhibitions during Pacific Standard Time, the Getty arts initiative that ran from October 2011 through March 2012. Included on the list are CSRC's L.A. Xicano exhibitions Mural Remix: Sandra de la Loza (#4) and Art Along the Hyphen: The Mexican American Generation (#11).
Times art critic Christopher Knight discusses the significance of the Pacific Standard Time exhibitions over the past year and the initiatives significance to Los Angeles art history. PST's L.A. Xicano exhibitions were organized by the CSRC.
Los Angeles Times, September 23, 2012
John Finkel reports on the achievements of the Pacific Standard Time art exhibitions. L.A. Xicano, which comprised of five of these exhibitions, was curated by the CSRC.
Los Angles Times, September 21, 2012
In collaboration with the National Hispanic Media Coalition and Latino Decisions, the CSRC participated in a public webinar on September 18 featuring a speaker from each organization. Chon Noriega represented the CSRC and helped report on media stereotypes regarding Latinos and their effect on public attitudes toward this demographic.
Preview of webinar being offered by the National Hispanic Media Coalition, Latino Decisions, and the CSRC focusing on the series of academic studies and national poll conducted for the collaborative Hate Speech in the Media research project.
News Busters, September 17, 2012
Civil rights activist Lupe Anguiano, whose personal archives are at the CSRC, will be the featured speaker at a peace pole dedication ceremony at the California State University, Channel Islands, on September 21.
Ventura County Star, September 13, 2012
The Huffington Post reported on a recent study by the National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) that concluded large shares of non-Latino Americans embrace and fully believe a whole host of stereotypes about the nation's Latino population. The CSRC was a research partner in this study.
Huffington Post, September 12, 2012