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The Serie Project Turns Twenty

In 1993, artist Sam Coronado founded the non-profit Serie Project to teach and promote fine art serigraphy (or screenprinting) and to bring more attention to Latino artists in Central Texas. In the two decades since, Serie has fostered hundreds of artists, some of them veterans of serigraphy and many of them new to the art form.

For their twentieth anniversary this year, the Serie Project is presenting Serie XX, an exhibition of work by this year's group of artists along with material by project founder Sam Coronado.

There will be an opening reception this Saturday at 7:00, hosted by Dr. Robert E. Cantu (who has created a gallery space next to his practice) and featuring music from DJ Chorizo Funk, food from the Center of Mexican American Studies, and drinks from Real Ale Brewing Company. 

After the reception, the exhibition will be open by appointment (call 512-385-3591 to make an appointment) through November 30.

Serie XX opening reception October 19, 7:00 - 9:00 pm 2911 Medical Arts, building 13

Mike is the production director at KUT, where he’s been working since his days as an English major at the University of Texas. He produces Arts Eclectic, Get Involved, and the Sonic ID project, and also produces videos and cartoons for When pressed to do so, he’ll write short paragraphs about himself in the third person, but usually prefers not to.
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