Posts From Mia Estrada

Artist brings light to Chicanx culture and spirituality through art

    Artist brings light to Chicanx culture and spirituality through art

Featured Image: Nineteen-year-old artist Serena González begins work on a new embroidery project in the CVAD building on April 26, 2019. Originally from San Antonio, González said she is very

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Jewelry maker continues chain of handcrafting with 2000s-inspired accessories

    Jewelry maker continues chain of handcrafting with 2000s-inspired accessories

In jeweler Jasmine Muñoz’s room, long tree branches are used as curtain rods and art pieces fill the walls. A corner is dedicated to Muñoz’s art supplies including beads, hand

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Chicana stylist threads Mexican culture into fashion

    Chicana stylist threads Mexican culture into fashion

Fashion merchandising junior Esme Martínez dresses in a bright, floral top with red lacing around her neck and wrists. The folklorico-inspired top is paired with a black beret, large hoop

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UNT professor explores historical and societal connections with food

    UNT professor explores historical and societal connections with food

Professor Jennifer Jensen Wallach remembers reading Myrlie Evers-Williams’ memoir of her husband and civil rights activist Medgar Evers being murdered in the driveway of their home. In her book, “Watch

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