About the Book
Valerie Roybal (1969–2018) was an artist, graphic designer, curator, educator, and advocate. Roybal had an interdisciplinary practice which included collage, sculpture, assemblage, printmaking, letterpress, and embroidery. Her work has been exhibited internationally and can be found in the permanent collections of the New Mexico Museum of Art, the Albuquerque Museum, the National Hispanic Cultural Center, the Tamarind archive at UNM Art Museum, the Bernalillo County Public Art Collection. She was the recipient of a prestigious Pollock-Krasner Artist Grant in 2015.
All the proceeds from your purchase of this book will be donated to Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC). LBBC provides programs and services to help people whose lives have been impacted by breast cancer.
Originally intended to support regional artists by providing exhibition space at no charge, this naive impetus has grown to a complicated understanding of cultural systems. sheri crider actively seeks to expand the critical capacity of art making by employing strategic curatorial practices and programming to undermine structural inequities in the art world. The last five years alone, exhibitions and programming showcased the work of near exclusively queer and underrepresented communities.The Sanitary Tortilla Factory has been solely supported through sweat equity and an occasional artist grant.