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  Anthony Padilla
Jaime Palacios
Cerissse Palalagi
Adrienne Pao
Tatiana Parcero
 Victor Payan
Zane Peach
Irene Perez
Gerardo Pérez
 Txutxo Perez
Marta María Pérez-Bravo
Monica Praba Pilar
Marc David Pinate
 Dulce Pinzón
Liliana Porter
José Guadalupe Posada
Rye Purvis
  Participated in the Following Exhibitions What's Not To Love? <2005>
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Victor Payan

Victor Payan is an award-winning writer, humorist and producer who works in the San Diego-Tijuana region. He is co-creator of the Keep on Crossin' movement and is a frequent contributor to His writing has been published in The Independent, The OC Weekly, San Diego City Beat, the San Diego Union-Tribune, El Aviso and the inaugural City Works Press anthology Sunshine / Noir. He has also written for the San Diego Latino Film Festival for the past twelve years. He has participated as a panelist at conferences in the U.S. and Mexico. He served as Associate Producer for the award winning PBS documentaries The U.S.-Mexican War: 1846-1848, The Border and Searching for San Diego: San Ysidro. He also directed and co-produced the documentary short Tijuana: La Esquina del Mundo (1999) and was writer for the award-winning bilingual CD-ROM The Tijuana River Watershed (2003). His most recent project, a collaboration with Sanrda Pocha Peña and Isaac Artenstein called Aztec Gold with Lou Chalibre, was awarded a development deal with SiTV at the 2005 NALIP Conference. He was Event Coordinator for the 2003 and 2004 City Heights International Village Celebrations and co-produced the 2003 Keep on Crossin' Awards. He also coordinated the Chicano Urban Experience in Contemporary Rock and Folk Music series in 1994 and a fundraising performance featuring the Chicano comedy group Culture Clash for the Centro Cultural de la Raza in 1998. An original member of the Taco Shop Poets, he is also creator of the Roots Rock Raza singer-songwriter series, RAZAFEST: A Goodwill Series Celebrating 30 Years of Chicano Art, Culture and Activism and the Everything's Aloud all-format open mic.