Changarrito en Museo Amparo, PUEBLA, México


Changarrito en Museo Amparo 

PUEBLA, México 

Auditorio Arq. Pedro Ramírez Vázquez 

Políticas y Poéticas del Arte Participativo en México 


Diciembre de 2017 

Charla entre Máximo González, Raquel Olvera, Iván Buenader, Martina Santillán y Nina Fiocco.

Durante la charla se presentó el libro “Changarrito”, catálogo con textos de diferentes escritores, artistas, curadores y profesionales del arte que reflexionan sobre la historia y la filosofía de este proyecto. 

Coordinación académica: Nina Fiocco 
























Changarrito en Museo Amparo, PUEBLA, México


Changarrito en Museo Amparo 

2 Sur 708, Centro, PUEBLA, México 

Auditorio Arq. Pedro Ramírez Vázquez 

Políticas y Poéticas del Arte Participativo en México 

Lunes 4 de Diciembre de 2017 

18 - 20 hs 

Charla entre Máximo González, Raquel Olvera, Iván Buenader, Martina Santillán y Nina Fiocco.

Durante la charla se presentará el libro “Changarrito”, catálogo con textos de diferentes escritores, artistas, curadores y profesionales del arte que reflexionan sobre la historia y la filosofía de este proyecto. 

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Si no puedes asistir a la conferencia podrás verla en vivo por nuestra sección multimedia.

Coordinación académica: Nina Fiocco 

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Changarrito with José Villalobos, Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin, TX


Changarrito with José Villalobos, 

Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin, TX



August, 19th – 27th 

August Changarrito Residency with José Villalobos - Flamboyant Ego

Saturday, August 19 from 10:30 – 4:30pm at the 
Artisan Mercado on Congress and 5th

Sunday, August 20 from 12:00 – 4:00pm

Saturday, August 26 from 12:00 – 3:00pm

Sunday August 27 from 12:00 – 3:00pm

José Villalobos grew up on the U.S./Mexico border in El Paso, Texas and received his Bachelor of Fine Arts with a concentration in ceramics from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 2016. Raised in a traditional conservative family, his work largely centers on body image, selfidentity as a gay man. Villalobos explores traditional "masculine" objects and softens the virility of these objects. By making subtle ambiguities, the macho-ness of these objects become delicate.

The Changarrito by Villalobos, Flamboyant Ego, will feature
prints, drawings, paintings along with jewelry and pins from his
design-line Joterias (IG: joteriasxjose), which includes
handmade necklaces embellished with glitter, soil, and prickly
pear seeds on a leather cord and included a mini zine!
His two-dimensional works for the Changarrito center on
iconography of the Charro or Mexican Cowboy—a fun and
fitting topic for Villalobos to explore with flamboyance, since the
Mexican horseman traditionally dressed in form-fitting and
elaborately decorated outfits.

Changarrito y Cultura Colectiva en Art District MX


Changarrito y Cultura Colectiva en 

Art District MX


Gregorio V Gelati 6 
Col. San Miguel Chapultepec 
Ciudad de México

16, 17 y 18 de Junio


ADMX es una plataforma que busca difundir y apoyar el trabajo de creadores de distintas disciplinas mediante la organización de diversas actividades como talleres, bazares, conferencias y exposiciones conviviendo en un mismo recinto con la finalidad de generar una comunidad donde los creadores y público en general puedan intercambiar experiencias y conocimientos que los ayuden a potencializar el ejercicio de su trayectoria en el ámbito profesional.
Cultura Colectiva y Changarrito de Arte se presentaron en esta pop up de arte y diseño mexicano.
Artistas Invitados:

-Alejandra Alarcón
-Alejandra España
-Giovanna Tommasi
-Guianeya Marín
-Manuela G Romo
-Grégory Gaydu
-Nirva
na Paz
-Tiz Creel
-Sharon Barcs
-Cartú
-Mónica Loya







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Gregorio V Gelati 6 
Col. San Miguel Chapultepec 
Ciudad de México

16, 17 y 18 de Junio


Horario: 12:00 a 19:00

ADMX es una plataforma que busca difundir y apoyar el trabajo de creadores de distintas disciplinas mediante la organización de diversas actividades como talleres, bazares, conferencias y exposiciones conviviendo en un mismo recinto con la finalidad de generar una comunidad donde los creadores y público en general puedan intercambiar experiencias y conocimientos que los ayuden a potencializar el ejercicio de su trayectoria en el ámbito profesional.

Cultura Colectiva y Changarrito de Arte se presentan en esta pop up de arte y diseño mexicano, donde podrás conocer la obra de nuestros artistas invitados:

-Alejandra Alarcón
-Alejandra España
-Giovanna Tommasi
-Guianeya Marín
-Manuela G Romo
-Grégory Gaydu
-Nirva
na Paz
-Tiz Creel
-Sharon Barcs
-Cartú
-Mónica Loya

La entrada es libre



Changarrito y Cultura Colectiva en la Mezcaliza, Ciudad de México

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Changarrito y Cultura Colectiva en 

La Mezcaliza

General Prim 30

Sábado 27 de Mayo

13 a 22 

Cultura Colectiva y Changarrito de Arte comparten la misión de ser una plataforma para el arte emergente y se presentan en la MEZCALIZA con el objetivo de difundir el talento que se desarrolla en México.

ARTISTAS INVITADOS:


-Grégory Gaydu
-Alejandra España
-Giovanna Tommasi
-Manuela G Romo
-Guianeya Marín
-Nirvana Paz

- KAOS
- Tiz Creel
-Sharon Barcs
-Tiz Creel
-Jorge Tellaeche
-Alejandra Alarcón




Changarrito with Francisco Godoy, Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin, TX

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Changarrito with Francisco Godoy 


419 Congress Ave, Austin

May, 13th - 21st

12 pm - 15 pm 

Mexic-Arte Museum is excited to host Francisco Godoy for the next Changarrito Residency! Be sure to check out Godoy’s work from noon – 3pm during the West Austin Studio Tour (Happening V). 

Francisco Godoy (b. 1979) is an artist and pediatrician, originally from Guatemala. His current body of work is inspired by his medical knowledge, as he explores the shape of the human heart. He uses a variety of mediums including paintings, graphics, collages, and art-objects, through which he hopes to evoke different emotions and experiences from his life. Godoy states, “As a doctor, I’ve had the opportunity to help other humans to heal their physical side. Nowadays, I consider art as a complement in my life that allows me to help humans to heal and nourish their souls.”

Changarrito en Local Mil Ochocientos, Ciudad de México

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Patrocinado por Tequila 1800 Cristalino

Hecho de Arte

Curduría de Cultura Colectiva por


6  y 7 de Mayo de 2017


Av México 200, Colonia Condesa

Artistas:

Oscar Casanova
Tiz Creel
Lizette Abraham
Sumie García
Alejandra España
Gregory Gaydu
Manu B León
Sofía Castellanos
Marco Armenta
Nirvana Paz
Manuela G Romo
Plácido Merino
Giovanna Tommasi
Jorge Tellaeche
Guianeya Marín
Sharon Barcs
Félix D'Eon
Zuriel Bustamante
El Abuelo
Mónica Loya
Bety Ávila
Alejandra Alarcón

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La imagen puede contener: 3 personas, interior

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Changarrito en Local Mil Ochocientos, Ciudad de México




Patrocinado por Tequila 1800 Cristalino

Hecho de Arte

Curduría de Cultura Colectiva por


6  y 7 de Mayo de 2017


Av México 200, Colonia Condesa

12 a 22 hs

Artistas:

Tiz Creel
Lizette Abraham
Sumie García
Alejandra España
Gregory Gaydu
Manu B León
Sofía Castellanos
Marco Armenta
Nirvana Paz
Manuela G Romo
Plácido Merino
Giovanna Tommasi
Jorge Tellaeche
Guianeya Marín
Sharon Barcs
Félix D'Eon
Zuriel Bustamante
El Abuelo
Mónica Loya
Bety Ávila
Alejandra Alarcón

Changarrito Residency Hosted Joseph Silvas During SXSW, Austin, Texas


Changarrito Residency Hosted Joseph Silvas During SXSW

Pop-up Gallery Locations:
March 16 at Brush Square Museums and at Mexic-Arte Museum
March 17 at Brush Square Museums
March 18 at Mexic-Arte Museum
March 19 at Mexic-Arte Museum
Joseph Silvas (b. 1992 in El Paso, TX) was born into a military family and lived in Oklahoma, Germany, Killeen, and Fort Hood, all before settling down in his parents’ hometown of San Antonio. After graduating from the Design and Technology Academy at Roosevelt High School, Silvas attended the University of the Incarnate Word to study Graphic Design. While still in school, he began showing and selling his work at pop-up art shows in 2013. Last year, Silvas opened up an art and design boutique/gallery in San Antonio called High Five Shop. 
Silvas finds inspiration from Mexican American and San Antonio culture, and focuses on depicting messages of positivity and good vibes, creating works that are colorful and fun. His training in graphic design influenced his strive for meticulous, precise and clean designs, making his work minimalistic. According to the artist, a minimalistic technique allows him to find the essential components of a subject, and discard anything that he finds excessive. 






Changarrito Residency with Mark Puente was a Special Guest at PrintAustin, Austin, TX


Changarrito Popped Up at PrintAustin 

Artist Mark Puente exhibited his work through the 

Changarrito Pop Up Gallery during 

PrintAustin’s PrintExpo at the 

Museum of Human Achievement on 

February 11, 2017 



PrintAustin is dedicated to the Austin art community and galleries in its mission to share an enthusiasm for printmaking.


Mark Puente (1977, Boston, Massachusetts) draws inspiration from folk art, growing up in Guatemala, and the art and imagery of Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). His pen and ink illustrations take on new life and meaning, as they are laser-etched onto milk-paint finished wood and other mediums. Mark also has a burgeoning interest in exploring the practice of printmaking. These modern folk works are produced in Mark’s East Austin home and studio, Nailivic Studios. His wife, Amy Exah, assists on the creative and business sides of the studio. The name is derived from the spelling of “civilian” backwards, and draws its root from the fact that “a civilian has both the right and the responsibility to change society for the best, by any means necessary”. Puente uses art as his tool of choice.

Changarrito will be at South by Southwest Film Festival, Austin TX


Changarrito will be at SXSW Film Festival, Austin TX

The Inside Out Museum brings the best in local arts, entertainment, and culture to SXSW 

The museums’ grounds will transform into an exhibition space featuring 

the Changarrito pop-up art gallery hosted by Mexic-Arte Museum  

This free, two-day event takes place in the 

courtyard between the O. Henry Museum and Susanna Dickinson Museum, 

409/411 East 5th Street, 

from 10.am. to noon on

Thursday, March 16 and 

Friday, March 17

Get down to live music from 

Jai Malano (March 16, 10 a.m.), 

Jackie Venson (March 16, 11 a.m.), 

Third Root (March 17, 10 a.m.), and 

Money Chicha (March 17, 11 a.m.).



Changarrito / Mexic-Arte Museum / Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, TX




At Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, there’s a new exhibit featuring traditional art and artifacts from Mexico and artwork on loan from Austin’s 

Mexic-Arte Museum


Some pieces in “Connections & Intersections,” are on loan from the Mexic-Arte Museum’s Changarrito program, which is a mobile art vending cart that provides Central American visual artists with an opportunity to showcase and sell their work in Austin. 


Look for the exhibition through the 

End of April 


post-security between gates 7 to 11




Mexic-Arte Museum is showcasing a Selection of Art from Changarrito, at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, TX


AUSTIN, Texas - Traditional art and artifacts from Mexico, artwork on loan from Austin's 

Mexic-Arte Museum 


and an expansive presentation of local artists' creations are on exhibit at 


Austin-Bergstrom International Airport 


'Connections & Intersections' is on display through the 


End of April 


The changing exhibit program at AUS is accessible to ticketed passengers only, past security checkpoints on the concourse between gates 7-11.


The Mexic-Arte Museum is showcasing a selection of art from their Changarrito program, a mobile art vending cart that provides Central American visual artists with an opportunity to showcase and sell their work in Austin.


'Connections & Intersections' includes pottery from famed Mexican ceramicist Gorky González. He has been nationally acclaimed for his efforts to revive Mexican Maiolica pottery, a tin-glazed technique dating back to the Italian Renaissance period. The Mexican Consulate General's office in Austin generously loaned work from González, as well as many other pieces from various regions in Mexico for this special exhibit.


The exhibition also features contemporary painter Neena Buxani, photography by local artist Gerard Juarez and painted and carved gourd artworks from Austin-based artist Jill Robinson. Raised in the border town of Brownsville, Texas, Buxani references many cultural influences in her work. Juarez's aerial compositions of the Austin landscape call to mind indigenous earthwork art, while incorporating patterns created by urbanization. Robinson dedicates herself to carrying on traditional methods of weaving and basket-making in her original work.

Changarrito Makes an Appearance at PrintAustin, Texas


Changarrito at PrintAustin 

Artist Mark Puente exhibited his work through 

Changarrito during 

PrintAustin’s PrintExpo at the 

Museum of Human Achievement on 

February 11, 2017 


PrintAustin is dedicated to the Austin art community and galleries in its mission to share an enthusiasm for printmaking.


Mark Puente (1977, Boston, Massachusetts) draws inspiration from folk art, growing up in Guatemala, and the art and imagery of Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). His pen and ink illustrations take on new life and meaning, as they are laser-etched onto milk-paint finished wood and other mediums. Mark also has a burgeoning interest in exploring the practice of printmaking. These modern folk works are produced in Mark’s East Austin home and studio, Nailivic Studios. His wife, Amy Exah, assists on the creative and business sides of the studio. The name is derived from the spelling of “civilian” backwards, and draws its root from the fact that “a civilian has both the right and the responsibility to change society for the best, by any means necessary”. Puente uses art as his tool of choice.



Changarrito Residency Hosts Joseph Silvas During SXSW, Austin, Texas


Image: Joseph Silvas, Cover of RPPB Zine Volume 1, 2017, digital booklet, 5.5" x 8.5" 


Changarrito Residency Hosts Joseph Silvas During SXSW

Pop-up Gallery Times & Locations:
Thursday, March 16

10:00am – 12:00pm at Brush Square Museums
1:00pm – 6:00pm at Mexic-Arte Museum
Friday, March 17
10:00am – 12:00pm at Brush Square Museums
Saturday, March 18
12:00pm – 5:00pm at Mexic-Arte Museum
Sunday, March 19
12:00pm – 5:00pm at Mexic-Arte Museum
Joseph Silvas (b. 1992 in El Paso, TX) was born into a military family and lived in Oklahoma, Germany, Killeen, and Fort Hood, all before settling down in his parents’ hometown of San Antonio. After graduating from the Design and Technology Academy at Roosevelt High School, Silvas attended the University of the Incarnate Word to study Graphic Design. While still in school, he began showing and selling his work at pop-up art shows in 2013. Last year, Silvas opened up an art and design boutique/gallery in San Antonio called High Five Shop. 
Silvas finds inspiration from Mexican American and San Antonio culture, and focuses on depicting messages of positivity and good vibes, creating works that are colorful and fun. His training in graphic design influenced his strive for meticulous, precise and clean designs, making his work minimalistic. According to the artist, a minimalistic technique allows him to find the essential components of a subject, and discard anything that he finds excessive. 





Changarrito Residency with Mark Puente is a Special Guest at PrintAustin, Austin, TX



Changarrito Pops Up at PrintAustin 

Artist Mark Puente will be exhibiting his work through the 

Changarrito Pop Up Gallery during 

PrintAustin’s PrintExpo at the 

Museum of Human Achievement on 

February 11, 2017 

12:00 – 5:00pm 

PrintAustin is dedicated to the Austin art community and galleries in its mission to share an enthusiasm for printmaking.


Mark Puente (1977, Boston, Massachusetts) draws inspiration from folk art, growing up in Guatemala, and the art and imagery of Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). His pen and ink illustrations take on new life and meaning, as they are laser-etched onto milk-paint finished wood and other mediums. Mark also has a burgeoning interest in exploring the practice of printmaking. These modern folk works are produced in Mark’s East Austin home and studio, Nailivic Studios. His wife, Amy Exah, assists on the creative and business sides of the studio. The name is derived from the spelling of “civilian” backwards, and draws its root from the fact that “a civilian has both the right and the responsibility to change society for the best, by any means necessary”. Puente uses art as his tool of choice.

Changarrito with Samuel Velasquez, Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin, TX



Changarrito with Samuel Velasquez

Saturday, December 3, 2016 from 12:00 – 3:00pm
Sunday, December 4, 2016 from 12:00 – 3:00pm
Saturday, December 10, 2016 from 12:00 – 3:00pm
Sunday, December 11, 2016 from 12:00 – 3:00pm

Samuel Velasquez is a San Antonio native surrealist that obtained his BFA at the University of Texas at San Antonio. He is currently a painting instructor at Southwest School of Art in San Antonio, Texas. His intentions are to depict the nature of reality, and what is beyond human perception along with the things that live there. Velasquez’ paintings are a combination of universal stories with entities endlessly watching us.