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Victor Cartagena
Richard Bluecloud Castaneda
Eugenio Castro
Melanie Cervantes
 Enrique Chagoya
Liz Cohen
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 Jaime Cortez
Luis Cruz Azaceta
Rudy Cuellar
Culture Clash
Los Cybrids
  Participated in the Following Exhibitions Digital Mural Project: Los Über-Locos <2000>
Atlas(t): A Mapping Expedition/Exhibition <2001>
What's Not To Love? <2005>
Strange Hope: An ephemeral exhibition celebrating new beginnings & creative economies <2009>
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Jaime Cortez

Jaime Cortez is an artist, writer and cultural worker based in Oakland, CA. He was raised between Mexicali, Baja California and Watsonville, Alta California. His visual art has been exhibited at numerous venues including the Oakland Museum of California, Huntington Beach Center for the Arts and in San Francisco art spaces including Southern Exposure, The Lab, Intersection for the Arts and Galería de la Raza. Jaime attended the University of Pennsylvania and is pursuing an MFA in visual arts at the UC Berkeley. He has also performed at Theater Rhinoceros, Josie's Cabaret, the Cell, the SomArts Gallery, the Grasshopper Palace, the CoCo Club, Brava Theater, the Glaxa Theater and Club Axis in Los Angeles. Jaime's writing has been anthologized in numerous collections including Besame Mucho, 2sexE and Queer PAPI Porn. He has edited an anthology entitled Virgins, Guerrillas & Locas for Cleis Press (1999). He is the author of a graphic novel, Sexile (Los Angeles: 2004). Jaime has been a public high school teacher abroad (Japan), and an AIDS educator.