Eduardo Valadez Arenas
About This Class
Community Printmaking – Gráfica Comunitaria with Eduardo Valadez Arenas
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Eduardo Valadez Arenas is a Mexican-American Mixed Media Artist from Mexico City by way of the Coachella Valley. He is currently residing and working in the bay area. His art explores themes of diaspora, his Mexican-American heritage, and California street culture. His mixed-media works on paper and handmade panels contain elcartoon illustrations, sign painting, traditional printmaking techniques, and street art.
Outside of the studio, his work as an educator has led to collaborations with art-based organizations like Kala Arts Institute, Ryse Youth Center, Riverside Museum of Photography, Oakland School for the Arts, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, and Centre International des Récollets Paris.
He Holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Community Arts / Printmaking From California College of the Arts and a Single Subject Teaching Credential From Otis College of Art and Design.