Introduction
Judith Francisca Baca (born September 20, 1946) is an American Chicana artist, activist, and University of California, Los Angeles professor of Chicana/o Studies in the School of Social Sciences and a professor of World Arts and Cultures in the School of Art and Architecture. She is the co-founder and artistic director of the Venice, California-based Social and Public Art Resource Center (SPARC), a community arts center, and is best known as the director of the mural project that created one of the largest murals in the world, the Great Wall of Los Angeles.
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Introduction
Co-founder and director of the Citywide Mural Project, 1974, co-founder of the Social and Public Art Resource Center, 1976. Began the continuing international traveling exhibition, The World Wall, 1990. Baca is a creator of Chicana and feminist themed artwork.
Nationalities
Mexican American, American
Gender
Female
Roles
Artist, Activist, Administrator, Muralist, Feminist, Installation Artist
Names
Judith Francisca Baca, Judy Baca, Judith F. Baca
Ulan
500026686
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