VIDEO

A POWER POINT PRESENTATION AT SMITHSONIAN BY CARMEN LOMAS GARZA
Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian
Day of the Dead/Día de los Muertos 2016 – Artist Talk by Carmen Lomas Garza 1. ASL Interpreted.

SMITHSONIAN LATINO CENTER PAPEL PICADO TUTORIAL WITH CARMEN LOMAS GARZA
Papel picado (paper cutouts) tutorial with Chicana artist and author Carmen Lomas Garza. ASL Interpreted.

IA CARMEN LOMAS GARZA – CHICANA ARTIST
Carmen Lomas Garza talks about her memories and artwork in her studio in San Francisco, California.

DANZA XITLALLI AT THE DE YOUNG MUSEUM, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
Outside the de Young Museum in Diller Court. At the age of 62, Carmen offers a dance to Tlaloc, Keeper of Rain with the Mexica dance group DANZA XITLALLI at the opening of her exhibition in the Kimball Gallery in the de Young Museum.

CREATIVE ARTS ALUMNI: CARMEN LOMAS GARZA
San Francisco State Arts, Carmen describes her paintings and paper cutouts, March 8, 2011.

SMITHSONIAN AMERICAN ART MUSEUM, OUR AMERICA AUDIO PODCAST – ELIZABETH BROUN: “Camas para Sueños” by Carmen Lomas Garza
This audio podcast series discusses artworks and themes in the exhibition “Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art” at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. 

CARMEN LOMAS GARZA EXHIBIT – FEATURE – (2019)
Carmen talks about her permanent exhibition at the John E. Connor Museum at Texas A&M University in Kingsville, Texas.


INTERVIEWS

SMITHSONIAN ARCHIVES OF AMERICAN ART
CARMEN LOMAS GARZA ORAL HISTORY INTERVIEW CONDUCTED BY PAUL KARLSTROM FOR THE SMITHSONIAN ARCHIVES OF AMERICAN ART, 1997

ARTIST STUDIO, APRIL 2011
Carmen Lomas Garza in the Artist Studio at the Kimball Art Gallery in the deYoung Museum, talks about her inspirations and memories.


ARCHIVES

CARMEN LOMAS GARZA PAPERS AND ARTWORKS
Texas Archival Resources Online, The Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection at University of Texas, Austin, Texas

OAKLAND MUSEUM OF CALIFORNIA, OMCA COLLECTIONS
CARMEN LOMAS GARZA

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.

SMITHSONIAN AMERICAN ART MUSEUM, ART + ARTISTS
Lotería-Tabla Llena by Carmen Lomas Garza, 1972


REVEIWS

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

EL ANTIQUARIO MAGAZINE
Carmen Lomas Garza: A Retrospective by Mary Jane Garza


BOOKS

HISPANIC ART IN THE UNITED STATES
By John Beardsley and Jane Livingston with an essay by Octavio Paz
ISBN: 0-89659-688-5

CARA
CHICANO ART: RESISTANCE AND AFFIRMATION 

An Interpretive Exhibition of the Chicano Art Movement, 1965-1985
Edited by Richard Griswold del Castillo, Teresa McKenna, and Yvonne Yarbro-Bejerano.
Published in conjunction with the exhibition organized by the UCLA Wight Art Gallery and CARA National Advisory Committee.
ISBN: 0-943739-16-0 

CHICANO VISIONS: AMERICAN PAINTERS ON THE VERGE
by Cheech Marin
ISBN: 9780821228050

¡PRINTING THE REVOLUTION! 
The Rise and Impact of Chicano Graphics, 1965 to Now
Smithsonian American Art Museum, 2020 -2021, edited by E. Carmen Ramos
ISBN-1: 978-0-691-21080-3

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