Icons & Symbols

Art From the US-Mexico Crossroads

August 5 - October 15, 2022


Stylistically diverse and thematically varied, the exhibit features 30 Borderland artists who examine their complex cultural inheritance and the ever-shifting relationship between the United States and Mexico—curated by Diana Molina.

Themes of the Environment, Sacred and Profane, the Frontier, and Foodways allow the artists to investigate the Mexican American, Anglo, and Indigenous experience and identity in the Borderlands. Broad in scope, the artists reference the region’s pre-Columbian past, its colonial influences, its Indigenous legacy, and contemporary geo-political tensions. Through their artwork, they present an enduring sense of struggle, sacrifice, and regeneration. 


Painting of an angel, a devil, a skeleton fighting. The 3 figures arranged in a circle.

Exhibit Programming

Friday, August 5th

5:00 - 8:00 PM- Exhibit Opening

Meet the Artist  & Live Music by Fronter Bugalú

Saturday, August 6th

10:00 am - 12:00PM 

Mask-making Workshop

with Davinia Miraval and Miguel Valenzuela


Juntos Artists Gallery Walk

1:00-3:30 PM

 with a performance by The Roadtrip 28 Ensemble


Saturday, August 20th 

Arts and Spirits: A Musical Jewelry Box

5:00- 7:00 PM

Featuring: 

Camerata del Sol

Boleros y Canciones with Robert Palacios

Performance by Curator, Diana Molina with Exhibiting Artists