Escuchando la Frontera: Listening to Collections and Communities

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Main contributors
Chon A. Noriega; Juan Antonio Cuellar; Tom Diamant; Agustin Gurza; Lisa McAulay; Maureen Russell; Allison Benedetti; Cesar Favila; Steven Loza; Veronica Pacheco; Yuri Shimoda; Matthew Vest; UCLA Digital Library; Arhoolie Foundation
Organized by the UCLA Music Library, UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, and the UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive. 
With support from the Office of Interdisciplinary and Cross Cultural Affairs and the UCLA Center for Latino Arts.
The Frontera Collection is a joint project of the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, the Arhoolie Foundation, and the UCLA Digital Library.

About the Exhibition - Sonidos de la Frontera: Music across Borders and Time.

Utilizing materials from over a dozen of the Chicano Studies Research Center’s archival collections, the exhibition offers a gateway to the Strachwitz Frontera Collection’s vast and invaluable holdings. The exhibition was on view outside the UCLA Music Library through summer 2019.
The Exhibition was curated by Doug Johnson, organized by Xaviera Flores and Matthew Vest, and supported by the UCLA Music Library and the UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive. Yuri Shimoda developed the digital exhibit and design, Nick Carlozzi contributed to the exhibit case installation and digital editing, Doug Daniels managed the exhibit materials printing, and Jonathan Wilson configured the listening station.

UCLA Music Library; UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center; UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive
Music Library Collection
Music Library

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