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  Jesús Abad Colorado
Ana Adarve
Keith Aguiar
Raúl Aguilar
Pilar Agüero-Esparza
Herminia Albarrán
 Lalo Alcaraz
Juana Alicia
Carlos Almaraz
Laura Amin
María Elena Anaya
Natalia Anciso
 Erick Andino
Ricardo Anguia
Los Anthropolocos
Elia Arce
Michael Arcega
Graciela Arguelles
 Adrian Arias
Alfredo Arreguin
David Avalos
Mitsy Avila Ovalles
Juan Luna Avin
  Participated in the Following Exhibitions W x W (Women by Women) <1985>
Pinturaltura: Vermillion Blues Spilling <1989>
A Devotional Legacy: Día de los Muertos 1972-1995 <1995>
Trazos: Myth and Memory <2005>
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Juana Alicia

Juana Alicia is a muralist, printmaker, educator and activist who incorporates issues of social justice, human rights and environmental health into her art. Her public works can be seen throughout the country — from the San Francisco International Airport to the United Electrical and Machine Workers Union Hall in Erie, Pennsylvania. Grade Schools, universities and community centers are adorned with her vibrant murals and her works have hung in art museums and galleries nationwide. Alicia's murals bridge the gaps of language, culture and gender, document history and envision transformation.