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(Many Paths)

An Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America


April 5, 2003 - Issue 84


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Meet Gabriela Lujan


Gabriela LujanAs a young child, I immigrated with my family from Peru to the United States. Creating art and exploring sociopolitical issues became important ways of integrating the dislocation I experienced along with my family. Art gave those experiences a transformative visual form.

I am largely a self taught artist. I received my undergraduate degree in International Studies and have worked with various non profit organizations assisting underrepresented communities of color. Over the past 6 years I have worked as a community artist collaborating on murals and installation projects with muralists and filmmakers in California. This past year I have been working on my individual projects with the support of grants from the City of San Francisco and the Serpent Source Foundation. Over the recent years I have participated in several group shows in San Francisco and in Washington DC.

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