Posada’s dramatic visual language struck a deep chord in the Mexican popular consciousness during a time of revolution and has inspired generations of artists and printmakers, even influencing Hollywood films like Coco (2017). This presentation explores the indigenous Mexican origins of Posada’s art of social satire and what makes his art so engaging.
In conjunction with the current Miami University Art Museum Exhibition - Broadsides & Calaveras: Jose Guadalupe Posada - see virtual exhibition here.
Join us for this streamed program via WebEx Events here. Event password is muamevent.
NOTE: Be sure to scroll to the bottom to register. Registration takes less than one minute and quickly sends you the access link. If you have not participated in WebEx events before please visit the link early and follow the prompts to download the application.
Event number (access code): 120 712 7853
Event password: muamevent (68263836 from phones)
Event address for attendees: https://miamioh.webex.com/miamioh/onstage/g.php?MTID=e82344d7618e55a3767a89d1ad0e87adc