Painting students at the time, Barbara Bolls-Guillory, Itzli Ceja and Xiaoyu Luo painted the Frida Kahlo panel together. The three benefitted from the workshop in a multitude of ways, from the community aspect to the technical skills learned.
Displaying more than 150 of Rivera’s works, the exhibit maps the artist’s influence on creating Mexican and American identities.
Lots of unanswered questions exist around both the date of return of the mural back to City College and storage logistics while waiting for the much anticipated Diego Rivera Theater to be built.
Legendary disruptors of the art world, The Guerrilla Girls are a collective of artist-activists exposing gender and racial discrimination in the arts. ‘Behaving badly’ and self-proclaimed ‘professional complainers,’ they began their careers in 1985, carrying posters and glue to post around the city.
Frida Kahlo Way continues to be a major Muni transit hub for City College students, with the 49-Van Ness/Mission being the main bus that stops there. With campus looking more and more likely to be closed through the Spring 2021 semester, what does the future hold for Muni riders and City College students?