Deborah Caplow Works on Exhibitions of Mexican Art


IAS faculty member Deborah Caplow helped organize "Art & Protest Through the Eyes of ASARO," an exhibition of Mexican political prints at the North Seattle College Art Gallery.  She provided many of prints, photographs, and ephemera for the exhibition, wrote the wall texts, and gave a talk about Mexican political art. The show runs through December 11th.  Caplow also worked with one of her courses this quarter, "Mexican Art and Culture," to create a Dia de Muertos/Day of the Dead altar installation at the UW Bothell Food for Thought coffee shop.  The display provided the backdrop for the Latinx Student Union’s Day of the Dead celebration.