The Mexic-Arte Museum Presents the "Serie Print Project"

artwork: James Huizar - "Big Boom Theory", 2011 - Serigraph print. Courtesy Mexic-Arte Museum, © the artist. - On view at the Mexic-Arte Museum in "18th Serie Print Project"  exhibition until September 25th.

Austin, TX.- The Mexic-Arte Museum is proud to present its 18th annual serie-print exhibition, on view through September 25th. The “Serie Print Project” was founded by Mexic-Arte Museum co-founder Sam Coronado in 1993. The project uses the fine art of serigraphy, a technique that produces original, hand-pulled prints, as a vehicle to increase the presence of minorities in the art world.The Mexic-Arte Museum is the official archive of the “Serie Print Project” and holds works from its past seventeen series in its permanent collection. Simultaneously, the museum is showing “Young Latino Artists (YLA) 16 Exhibition: Thought Cloud”.