- Deborah Kuetzpal Vazquez
Curated by San Antonio surrealist David Zamora Casas (aka Nuclear Meltdown), “10,000 Years of Love and Resistance” assembles work by more than 20 local artists and rasquachismo enthusiasts (Franco Mondini-Ruiz, Agosto Cuellar, Rita Urquijo-Ruiz and Debora Kuetzpal Vasquez, to name a few) and nods with its title to “recently discovered skeletal remains that place native human inhabitants in the Americas 10,000 years ago.” Also presented as an “opportunity to explore vocabulary introduced by the LGBTQ community to identify and claim our preferred pronouns,” the exhibition opens with a reception featuring information tables, HIV testing courtesy of Anna De Luna (aka the AIDS Lady), live music by Latin fusionists Los Nahuatlatos and a “literary piñata,” plus paletas and margaritas.
Free, opening reception 6-9pm Sat July 21, on view 1-4pm Fri-Sat through Sept. 1, Bihl Haus Arts, 2803 Fredericksburg Road (inside the gates of Primrose at Monticello Park Senior Apartments), (210) 383-9723, bihlhausarts.org.
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