Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, deYoung Museum
Interview with Carmen Lomas Garza by David Schultz

Del Corazon! Latino Voices in American Art

Smithsonian Archives of American Art
Carmen Lomas Garza Oral History Interview conducted by
Paul Karlstrom for the Smithsonian Archives of American Art, 1997

Texas Archival Resources Online, The Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection at University of Texas, Austin, Texas
Carmen Lomas Garza Collection, 1972-1974

See the On Line Exhibition, A VIVA VOZ!  Featuring Carmen Lomas Garza.

Chicana and Chicano Space: 
A Thematic, Inquiry-Based Art Education Resource
This site is a resource for teachers, their students, and others interested in Chicana and Chicano art and culture.

Chicana and Chicano Space presents over 25 Chicana/o and earlier artworks and detailed information about each, as well as thematic instructional units focused on these artworks. Some considerations in selecting the artworks have been relevance to significant themes, gender balance, geographic breadth, and historical range.


Carmen Lomas Garza: Interaction in Nature
Student research by Flyn Cooley


Documents of the 20th Century Latin American and Latino Art

A Digital Archive and Publications Project at the International Center for the Arts of the Americas at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Click on LOGIN to register in order to down load the documents. Please abide by the copyright restrictions as set out in the guidelines by the Museum of Fine arts in the TERMS AND CONDITIONS.


Oakland Museum of California, OMCA Collections

The Oakland Museum of California Collection’s website. The Museum’s extensive collection of California’s historical artifacts, works of art, ethnographic materials, and natural specimens, represents the material legacy of California and its people.


New York Times

Art in Review by Holland Cotter
Published: July 28, 1995


El antiQuario Magazine

El anitQuario Magazine Online Edition. The only magazine serving the collector of Mexican arts and antiques.


Danza Xitlalli at the De Young Museum, San Francisco

At the age of 62, Carmen offers a dance to Tlaloc, Keeper Of Rain with the Mexica dance group DANZA XITLALLI in San Francisco at the opening of her exhibition in the Kimball Gallery in the De Young Museum.




Students of all levels doing research about Carmen Lomas Garza should  read the children’s books listed in the Publications page.

Chicano Visions: American Painters on the Verge
by Cheech Marin