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The Aztlan Collective

An article by the wonderful Marissa Del Toro whom we met earlier this year and visited us to learn about our zine and collect our oral histories as individual artists and collective. Thank you Marissa and Aztlan Collective for the support! https://aztlancollective.com/monstrochika_mujeresmutantes/

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“Pink Line Dreams” 30 Chicago Women Graffiti & Street Artists Exhibition

As part of Chicago Artist Month 2015, Mujeres Mutantes Collective brought together a local Chicago women & street artists exhibition at Cultura in Pilsen on Saturday, October 10, 2015. 30 women artists will exhibit their works created on model size billboards by Boundless Brooklyn. Revista Contratiempo’s Hecho en Chicago live poetry readings and Sounds by DJ duo The Ponderers and […]

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Monstrochika Solo Show Closes & Chicago Zine Fest

Hello again! I’ve been meaning to post the latest but as we all artists know, sometimes projects and deadlines can come so close and almost collide! The solo exhibition was a great success thanks to Leticia at Reciclarte Studio and my friends and family that came out to support! Thank you!   Chicago Zine Fest came overnight it […]

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Wish You Were Here Show

Good day, Loss, misunderstandings or life’s changes can all lead to an aching heart. We can all relate to longing for people, for places, for change. Some will runaway to follow their dreams and some will stay and kiss those people goodbye. My very first solo exhibition is all about yearning hearts, runaways and goodbyes. “Wish You Were […]

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Women’s History Month 2015

Hello All! I will be exhibiting at this wonderful art show this Saturday for International Women’s Day! “Voces de Mujeres” has an amazing line-up of Chicago female musicians, spoken word and visual artists. There is more about the exhibition and the curator/artist Amara Betty Martin in these articles at Extra Newspaper and La Raza.   Also, Mujeres Mutantes […]

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