Harry Gamboa Papers, Stanford University

Barbara Carrasco Papers, Stanford University

Guillermo Bejarano Papers, UCLA, Chicano Studies Research Center

Helena Maria Viramontes Papers, UC Santa Barbara, Special Research Collections, CEMA

Ruben Guevara Records and Papers, UCLA, Chicano Studies Research Center

The Gronk Papers 1969-2007, UCLA, Chicano Studies Research Center


 “Bicultural and Bilingual: Los Four’s Legacy and Impact on Art HistoryKCET Artbound, Eva Recinos. June 16, 2022.

Chisme Arte: Chicano Art.” KCET, November 7, 2011

Conditions for producing chicana art.” Researcher, Tere Romo, International Center for the Arts of the Americas at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Documents of Latin American and Latino Art

Exhibit Embodies Struggle For Chicano Identity.” Sara Wright, April 28, 2008 Mustang News.

Raza. Announcement Poster for Chisme Arte.” UC Santa Barbara, Library, Department of Special Research Collections Royal Chicano Air Force archives.

Developed for the 2008 exhibition “ChismeArte ¡Y Que!”, designer and professor Brian Lawler collaborated with Victor Valle and curator Catherine Trujillo to develop a limited edition broadside inspired by ChismeArte. Illustrations by Cynthia Alaniz. Words by Adalijza Sosa Riddell, La Chicana.

Inspired by ChismeArte Issue No. 9. Luis J. Rodriguez, Always Running, pg. 24-26

Letterpress on paper, 23”x 34, 2008. Printed at the Shakespeare Press Museum, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, Calif.

Black and white illustration of a man next to a Los Angeles city limit sign against a silhouette os Los Angeles cityscape.