¡Gracias a nuestra comunidad de voluntarios!

 

Dear Friends,

As many of you know, the work that we do here is made possible only with the help of many, many people—volunteer writers, photographers, editors, translators, artists, curators, musicians, interns, committee members, board members, staff, as well as all of those who read our newspaper and attend our events!

We would like to take a moment to acknowledge everyone whose hard work helped us to fulfill our mission for 2017.

 

Thank you to all our many volunteers and Interns:

Aaron Levy-Wolins • Adelyna Tirado • Adriana Camarena • Alejandro Galicia-Díaz • Allison Martinez • Alma Villegas • Alma Herrera • Anna Lisa Escobedo • Angelica Ekeke • Angelica Williams • Annice Jacoby • Anthony Holdsworth • Ariana Vazquez • Arianna Vargas • Arturo Ayala • Arturo Mendez • Bart Johnson • Berlin Macuixtle • Beth LaBerge • Brenna Cruz • Briane Fernandez Nuval • Bridgid Skiba • Brooke Anderson • Calixto Robles • Carlos Barón • Carmen Ruiz-Hernandez • Cassie Ordonio • Cece Carpio • Cecilia Ciccone • Chris Arreola • Chris Cuadrado • Chisto Oropeza • Daniel Valencia • David Chiu • Desiree Rios • Destiny Arroyo • Dhoryan Rizo • Drago Rentería • Eduardo Unisa • Ekevara Kitpowsong • Eleni Stephanides • Elizabeth Gonzalez • Elizabeth Silva • Elizabeth Veras Holland • Emma Marie Chiang • Emily Flores • Erica Marquez • Estivali Moreno • Eva Martinez • Fern Echevarria • Francisco Gutierrez • Francisco Orozco • Gabriela Alemán • Gabriella Angotti-Jones • Gardenia Zuniga-Haro • Gustavo Reyes • Hilda Ayala • Hugo Martinez • Ingrid Perez • Isaias Guzman • Ivette Diaz • Jakarta Kumasi-Nakuru • Janett Perez • Jaqueline García López • Jasmine Sanchez • Jay García • Jazmine Sanchez • Jessica Camacho • Jessica Webb • Jessica Quila • Jesus Varela • Joanna Ruckman • Joel Angel Juárez • John Sepulvedo • Johnny García • Jorge Ramos • Jose Luis Caicedo • Kanani Cortez • Karen Sanchez • Karissa Trujillo Segura • Katie Beas • Katynka Martinez • Kelsey Choy • Kevin Wong • Koji Ozawa • Linda Wilson • Lisette Winjen • Madeleine Bair • Marci Valdivieso • Maria Garcia-Hernandez • Maria Pinedo • Mario Lopez • Marisol Cabrera • Matt Gonzalez • Melissa Perez Winder • Mike Ruiz • Miguel Perez • Min Lee • Natalie Hopner • Natasha Dangond • Nestor Castillo • Paul Duginski • Paul Flores • Peter Ho • Raven Sanchez • Renalyn Ejada • Ricardo Ibarra • Rick Rodrigues • Rio Yañez • Rita McNeal • Ruby Flores • Santiago Mejia • Scot Tucker • Shane Menez • Sirron Norris • Steve Rhodes • Terrence Scott • Tiffany Sainz • Tommi Avicolli Mecca • Victoria Sanchez De Alba • Veronica Solis • Wayson Yuen • Wendy Li • Wilma Gandoy • Yessenia Pozo Coronel

 

Thank you to all of the artists whose work graced the walls of our gallery in 2017:

Alejandro Galicia Díaz • Alexandra Blum • Alexis Terrazas • Alyssa Aviles • Angel Pahuamba • Angélica Ekeke • Art Hazelwood • Artemio Rodriguez • Bridgid Skiba • Chamuco Cortez • Cindy De Losa • Clarivel Fong • David Avery • Desiree Rios • Drago Rentería • Edgar Pacheco • Ekevara Kitpowsong • Emma Marie Chiang • Emmanuel Montoya • Evelia Mora • Fernando Marti • Fernando Olivera • Gabriella Angotti-Jones • Golbanou Moghaddas • Gustavo Mora • Humberto Valdez • Hyeyoon Song • Jessica Webb • Joel Angel Juárez • Joel Rendón • Jos Sances • Juana Alicia Araiza • Julián Guerrero • KALAKO • Kate Laster • Kathryn Kain • Laboratorio de Brujas • Linda Wilson • Luciérnaga Taller • Mabel Jiménez • Malaquías Montoya • Manuel Orbegozo • Natasha Dangond • Oswaldo Santos • Patricio Guillamón • Patrick Piazza • Reyna Maldonado • Rick Rodrigues • Rodrigo Padilla • Simon Thollot • Samuel Rodriguez • Santiago Mejía • Suavecita Press • Veronica Solis • Yolanda Cotton Turner

 

And thanks to anyone else we may have missed, rest assured that we appreciate your contribution as well!

Finally we would like to invite you all to get involved with us in 2018. We have lots of opportunities to volunteer as well as formal internships for students with El Tecolote and with the Juan R. Fuentes Gallery. To intern/volunteer in the gallery, please fill out the application here to intern/volunteer with El Tecolote please email Editor@eltecolote.org. And if you’d like to offer support but don’t have the time to intern or volunteer, you can always make a tax-deductible donation by going here here.

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