MAY 2018 – The third in a series of co-hosted conversations with Art Design Chicago, this podcast episode was put on in alignment with the National Museum of Mexican Art’s exhibition, Arte Diseño Xicágo: Mexican Inspiration from the World’s Columbian Exposition to the Civil Rights Era. Curator Cesáreo Moreno talks with artist Errol Ortiz about the experiences of Chicago’s Mexican-American artists and designers and their contributions to the city’s reputation as a hub of creative production.
Tune in to our Storytelling Series with Errol Ortiz.
The Chicago Athletic Association hotel’s Storytelling Series shares compelling stories and interviews from inspiring movers, shakers and visitors making an impact in Chicago and beyond. From artists to musicians, innovators and adventurers to visionaries with a great story to tell – the series gives an inside look into the experiences that have shaped the speakers’ work and lives. While the hotel’s 125-year-old walls may not be able to tell tales of the past – and boy if they could – the Storytelling Series honors the tradition of welcoming the world’s finest into its halls by capturing today’s tales.