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Group Exhibition: MISCELLANEA II

Image Credit: MISCELLANEA II Installation view at Coronado Print Room, 2024.

AUSTIN, TX — Coronado Print Room proudly presents MISCELLANEA II, the second edition of an ongoing collaborative curatorial effort to bring attention to marginalized perspectives in contemporary American culture. This exhibition features prints from the Coronado Print Room archive as well as new print-based works created by local and international contemporary artists working across the U.S. 


MISCELLANEA II is a safe space to engage in open dialogues around history, identity, and significant issues of our time. Rooted in the philosophy that printing, by nature, is a collaborative medium, we believe that voices and stories are most powerful when seen and heard collectively. Exhibited works represent an awareness of the power of images to engage and inform conversations about identity, self-discovery, and personal histories. 


Selected works in this exhibition explore contemporary social movements in the Caribbean, Latin America, and the U.S., and how these artists advance innovative printmaking practices attuned to social justice to build an enduring and inventive graphic tradition that has yet to be fully integrated into the history of U.S. printmaking.

Image Credit: Selected works by participating artists, MISCELLANEA II, 2024.

Exhibiting Artists include: 


Opening Reception

Saturday, April 6, 2024, from 6-9 PM 


Exhibition Dates

April 6 - June 1, 2024 

Gallery Hours

Saturdays 12-4 PM or by appointment



4201 S Congress Ave, Ste 323

Austin, TX



Pepe Coronado was born and raised in the Dominican Republic and currently resides in Austin, Texas. Coronado is a founding member of the print collective Dominican York Proyecto GRAFICA, founder of Coronado Print Studio, and was a resident teaching artist at the Hudson River Museum in New York. He has taught printmaking at the Corcoran College of Art, Georgetown University and at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, where he earned the Master of Fine Arts. Coronado was a master printer for Pyramid Atlantic in Silver Spring, Maryland; the Hand Print Workshop International in Alexandria, Virginia; and the Serie Print Project in Austin, Texas. He has been a visiting artist at Self Help Graphics in Los Angeles.

Paloma Mayorga (b. 1989, Austin, TX) is a Mexican American independent curator and interdisciplinary artist often using her own body as medium to explore movement and place in relation to landscape and ancestral uses of plants.

Mayorga’s curatorial and administrative work has led her to work with organizations like Serie Project, Mexic-Arte Museum, PrintAustin, Big Medium, and currently she acts as Curator and Exhibitions Coordinator for Coronado Print Room.

She earned a BA in Painting from the Sarofim School of Fine Arts at Southwestern University, and has gone on to exhibit her work across Texas and nationally. Mayorga has received the Emerging Artist Award from the Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center, Best Visual Artist by the Austin Chronicle Reader’s Poll, and Southwestern University’s 18 Under 40 Award.

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