Revealing Borderland Identities: Diaspora, Memory, Home, and Art
View her artwork, and hear some great music on Sunday May 18th from 12noon — 3pm at the Chicana/o House Gallery at California State University Northridge. There will be a brief presentation at 1pm.
*This is a free event. Please feel free to bring family and friends
Through memories, embroidered drawings, and photography, my complex identity experience is revealed in this exhibition. This is my journey in finding home, belonging, self-identification, and the many labels I embrace as part of my multifaceted and Multiracial identity. The pieces on display are my living testimonies and they are the Borderland spaces I develop for self-authorship outside of monoracial normativity.–Jessica Arana