Insight With Beth Ruyak

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The Art And Activism Of Eduardo Carrillo At Crocker

Courtesy of the Crocker Art Museum

Eduardo Carrillo's best-known work, "Testament of the Holy Spirit," was painted in Midtown Sacramento in 1971 and will be hanging in the Crocker Art Museum this summer as a part of the museum's Carrillo exhibit.

Courtesy of the Crocker Art Museum

The Crocker Art Museum will host a panel discussion on the life, art and activism of painter Eduardo Carrillo, who created some of his best known works in Midtown Sacramento. Chicano art historian Tere Romo and Crocker Museum curator Kristina Perea joined Insight earlier this summer when the exhibit opened to discuss Carrillo’s impact and themes.

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