Documenting the Legacy of César Estrada Chávez: Photography Exhibit in Fort Worth

César Chávez

César Chávez


Reception for Photography Exhibition “Documenting the Legacy of Cesar Estrada Chavez,” by Jesus Manuel Mena Garza at Fort Worth Central Public Library. Documenting history and culture can take many forms. Mr. Garza has spent his life using a camera to document his view on the world around him. The exhibit will be up from March 30th until April 30th, but please join us for the reception to meet the artist behind the lens. For some additional information about Mr. Garza, please follow this link to watch a short video about him and his work entitled “A Chicano Photographer’s Journey.” The reception will be held from 6-8pm. The Fort Worth Central Library is located at 500 W. 3rd Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102. This event is free, open to the public and family friendly. Metered parking is free after 6pm.

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