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Virtual Exhibition: Qué Chola

October 14, 2020 - October 21, 2021

Qué Chola was an exhibition at the National Hispanic Cultural Center Art Museum that opened on March 8, 2019 and closed on August 4, 2019. The exhibition celebrated Cholas and homegirls in art and popular culture as symbols of feminine strength and resilience in the face of racial, gender, and economic adversity.

The exhibition was popular and inspired many meaningful moments of connection. Visitors came from across the nation to show their love and respect for the figure of La Chola and all the powerful women she represents.

Qué Chola Slideshow
This slideshow presents snapshots of the exhibition and its events. We continue to honor the contributions of the artists in the exhibition, those who visited the museum, and those who participated in the programs.

Please share your thoughts, feedback, and memories in the virtual comment book!
Qué Chola Virtual Comment Book Link Here

Adriana Avila and Benjamin Avila
All Chola
Amy Martinez, Kari Orvik, and Vero Majano
Andrew Montoya
Antonia Fernandez
Arthur López
Blackout Theater
Jesús “Chuy” Rangel
Crystal Galindo
David Gonzales
Delilah Montoya
Gaspar Enríquez
Judith F. Baca
Miguel Gandert
Nancy Camacho
Nanibah Chacon
Pamela Enriquez-Courts
Póla López
Rebekah Miles
Shizu Saldamando
Valerie J. Bower
Vibiana Aparicio-Chamberlin
Vicko Alvarez Vega
Zeke Peña

Thank you to W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Marble Brewery, Rude Boy Cookies, Roybal-Mack & Cordova, P.C. and the NHCC Foundation Board for their generous support of this exhibit.


October 14, 2020
October 21, 2021
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