Quimichipilli is a fifth generation Chicanah hailing from Venice, CA. He's a former graffiti artist turned Web & Graphic Designer, promoting Ndgns Values and positive community culture. You can find him on Google+ and Twitter.
The following are excerpts from an email Interview from Xica Nation(XN) with artist Sarah Castillo(SC) of Lady Base Gallery in San Antonio, TX. XN: Tell us a little about your art practice? SC: I’ve been an artists since I was kid. I like working with different materials, but recently focusing on fabric, photography, and painting. […]
This is a call to action to people of conscience, to people of privilege and allies, to people who want to co-create a better world. The post Contacto Migrante: A cross-border collaboration and digital resistance project in response to Central American humanitarian crisis appeared first on Xica Nation.
To beloved friends and family of Xica Media networks, Thank you for being a part of our journey, your support and viewership is deeply appreciated; you are a critical part of our digital family. We would like to share some exciting news with you and make a special announcement: the Xica Media familia of networks is […]
Once upon a time there was a dream that brought together two indigenous women from across the continent. They shared a common vision and through prayer and faith, they began to weave. The post Calling Back Our Womb: Centering indigenous birth experiences and knowledge (podcast) appeared first on Xica Nation.