Chicana Fotos was curated by University of Michigan professor Maria Cotera (with assistance from Pau Nava) and designed by students and faculty of the UM Stamps School of Art & Design. Stamps School faculty Hannah Smotrich and Katie Rubin co-taught the collaborative, interdisciplinary Exhibition Design class with students Ian Crowley, Rachel Dawson, Emilie Farrugia, Kelsi Franzino, Andrew Han, Jack Hyland, Maggie Lemak, Megan Lewin-Smith, Katie Mongoven, Olivia Moore, Pau Nava, and Sarah Wolf.

Chicana Fotos is a collaboration between the El Museo del Norte, the Chicana por mi Raza Digital Archive, the Stamps School of Art & Design and the Walter P. Reuther Library at Wayne State University.

https://www.culturesource.org/201702232663/stories/u-m-students-collaborate-with-reuther-library-to-exhibit-rare-photos-from-the-chicano-movement

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