Unearthed: Desenterrado is an outdoor, site-specific artwork by Texas-based artist Adriana Corral that speaks to the deeply rooted history between the United States and Mexico. Located within the historic grounds of the Rio Vista Farm in Socorro, Texas, the installation features a solitary 60-foot flagpole hoisting a large-scale white, cotton flag. Embroidered on either side of the flag is the illustration of a "Mexican" golden eagle and an "American" bald eagle, each emblematic of their respective nation's patriotism.
"Happy City: Art for the People" is a six-week, citywide art intervention with the purpose of breaking down personal, emotional, and social barriers, while nurturing individual and collective well-being.
RedLine's 10th anniversary program series launched on on February 2nd with the opening reception for 1...
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