Research + Initiatives

We undertake special initiatives to advance the mission of serving as a beacon for the cultural, artistic and educational resources in the region.

Archives

2016–2017 Season

Spring 2017 | M.A.S | Lluvia Flamenca | DJ Scholarship and Musical Activism

Fall 2016 | Nogales: Storytellers in Cartel Country | Bi-National Arts Residency | Oasis | Arts and Activism 

2015–2016 Season

Spring 2016 | Black ARTS Matter by Dr. Nia Witherspoon,  February 2016

Fall 2015 | Conjunto Blues | Ana Teresa Fernandez | Guillermo Gomez Pena and Pocha Nostra Residency

2014–2015 Season

Spring 2015 | How Not to Make Love to a Woman

Fall 2014 | La Razón Blindada | Banned Plays: Radio Mambo | Banned Plays: ‘The Walls’

2011–2012 Season

Fall 2011 | Civil Disobedience | Zoot Suit | From the Margins to the Mainstream | No Roosters in the Desert

2010–2011 Season

Fall 2010 | From Mexico | Filmmaker Roy Germano screened his groundbreaking film about the lives of Mexican immigrants in America, titled The Other Side of Immigration

2009–2010 Season

Spring 2010 | From California | Buck World One

Fall 2009 | From California | Teatro Campesino’s La Carpa de Los Rasquachis

2008–2009 Season

Fall 2008 | From Mérida, Yucatán | Ma´tinaa´ti Kech/No te entiendo/I don’t understand you

2007–2008 Season

Spring 2008 | From San Francisco | Secos y Mojados’ Enterrada/Buried in the body of remembrance

Fall 2007 | From Buenos Aires | Teatro para niños – Chau Sr. Miedo

Fall 2007 | From Los Angeles | Monica Palacios’s Greetings from a Queer Señorita

2003–2004 Season

Spring 2004 | Comedy in Chicano Theatre: Who is Laughing Now? | Selena’s Rodeo Hustle: Crossing Over Tejano

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Mary Stephens
Program Director
Mary.Stephens@asu.edu