This is your invitation to a Gallery Talk Presentation by Renowned Activist/Artist Paul Botello on Saturday, November 21, 2015 at 5 pm at the dA Center for the Arts (252 D South Main Street) in Pomona.
Paul has murals all over LA County including Pitzer College, Cesar Chavez Park and Pomona Day Labor Center in Pomona, and Vina Danks School in Ontario. PAUL BOTELLO was born and raised in East Los Angeles. He earned a BA and an MFA from Cal State University, Los Angeles, teaches art in the LAUSD school system and taught at the Claremont Colleges. In 1994 he traveled to Berlin, Germany where he collaborated on a giant mural titled “Global Chessboard.” Other recently completed murals include “Citizens of the World” at Esperanza School, and “In Unison” at the Maravilla Housing Facility. He also completed a large-scale mural on the Metro Gold Line construction fence that was located at First Street and Soto. Portions of the mural can now be found at the Pueblo del Sol Community Center in East Los Angeles. Botello lives and works in East Los Angeles, and exhibits his work in Los Angeles and abroad. He is a font of knowledge for the subject of art and activism.
Please join us for Paul’s Presentation and the Closing Aztlan Exhibit Reception between 6 – 8 pm
dA Center for the Arts and the Latino and Latina Roundtable of the San Gabriel Valley and Pomona Valley