Francisco Esparza’s Revolución Exhibition at UT Brownsville One West University

"Francisco Esparza’s Revolución" Exhibition

“Francisco Esparza’s Revolución” Exhibition


This exhibit features the art work of Mexican immigrant, Francisco Esparza. His art reflects the plight of Mexican and Mexican American workers at the Eagle Bus Company. His art is featured as part of a Journal of Latinos Studies article written by his daughter, Dr. Edith Esparza-Young and historian, Dr. Shannon Baker. The Eagle Bus Strike of 1980 was won by the workers as a direct result of Francisco Esparza’s satirical comments on conditions for workers. Art, interviews and the publication will be featured as part of the exhibit.

The exhibition will open Tuesday, June 9 at 6:00 pm and will close Wednesday, June 24.

Summer I Gallery Hours:
Monday – Friday: 10 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

This entry was posted in Aztlan, Chicana/o, Chicana/o Activism, Chicana/o Art, Chicana/o Community, Chicana/o History, Chicana/o Identity, Chicana/o Ideology, Chicana/o Mural, Chicana/o Politics, Chicana/o Posters, Chicana/o Power, Chicana/o Studies, Chicana/o Underground, Chicana/o Youth, Chicano Movement, Community, Cultura, Education, History, Immigration, Indigenous, Knowledge, Labor, Land, Language, Mexican, Mexico, Migrant, Movimiento, Resistance, Sin Fronteras, Social justice, Student Empowerment, Texas, Unity, UT Brownsville One West University, Xicana, Xicano. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *