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ONWARD AND UPWARD

Cheesy metaphors have a place in everyone’s life. I had a setback this past week, and it reminded me of a difficult (and scary) experience I had last summer. It was late July, and I was attending a press event…

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Master weaver Wence Martinez.
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LOOMING LARGE

Wence Martinez, a Zapotec Indian, learned to weave from his father at age 9 — and in the years since, he has taken traditional craft to a new level. In Martinez’s hands, weaving becomes contemporary art, at once startling and extraordinary.

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Performance and multimedia installation artist James Luna.
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SHOOTING FOR THE MOON

“James Luna Presents Making Do” explores the themes of identity and ethnicity in America, with all of its angst, confusion and commodification. It also introduces James Luna, a Pooyukitchum (Luiseño) and Mexican-American performance and multimedia installation artist who makes his home on California’s La Jolla Indian Reservation.

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