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Curator Kaytie Johnson Cited in Denver's Westword

August 17, 2006

kaytie-johnson.jpgAugust 17, 2006, Greencastle, Ind. - "For the third time in two years, there's a major show addressing how traditional Chicano art has progressed into post-Chicano art. The latest is 'Chain Reaction: Chicano/a and Latino/a Art in Colorado,'" begins an article in Denver, Colorado's Westword. "The dialogue began locally in the spring of 2005 with 'Leaving Aztlán' at the Center for Visual Art in LoDo. That show was guest-curated by Kaytie Johnson, who works at the Richard E. Peeler Art Center at DePauw University. It was Johnson who posited the idea of a post-Chicano sensibility emerging out of Chicano art."

"'Leaving Aztlán' was fabulous in highlighting how styles have changed since Chicano art was launched," writes Michael Paglia. 

Read the complete text at the weekly newspaper's Web site.

Kaytie Johnson is director and curator of University Galleries, Peeler Center Spring 2005 3.jpgMuseums and Collections. The Peeler Center opens two exhibitions next Wednesday, August 23: Past in Reverse: Contemporary Art of East Asia and Light Pollution: Eric Sall.

Visit the Richard E. Peeler Art Center online by clicking here.

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