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  Participated in the Following Exhibitions Patrick "Pato" Hebert: Somoson <2003>
Digital Mural Project: Patrick “Pato” Hebert <2003>
SU ARTE HERE: Five Years of Galería’s Digital Mural Project <2005>
WEEDE PEEPO: Icons, Portraits y Gente <2005>
Strange Hope: An ephemeral exhibition celebrating new beginnings & creative economies <2009>
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Patrick "Pato" Hebert

An artist and art-educator with a decade of experience, Pato Hebert received his B.A. from Stanford University and his M.F.A. from U.C. Irvine. The untitled work he has donated to Galería is from Tierratories, is an impressive body of work consisting of cityscapes he shot in Los Angeles. He has worked with young people in public schools since 1992, and has worked in HIV prevention since 1993. His artwork has been supported by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the California Arts Council and the Creative Work Fund. He is currently Visiting Assistant Professor of Art at Scripps College. He is also a creative consultant for the LA County Commission on Human Relations, where he works on No Haters Here, a public media campaign created as an intervention against the rise in hate crimes committed by youth. Pato Hebert held his first solo-exhibition at Galería in February 2003. He lives in Los Angeles, CA.

His work has received support from the Rockefeller Foundation, the California Arts Council, the Creative Work Fund and the Durfee Foundation. His writing has appeared in the Journal of Visual Culture and disClosure, and his images can be seen in the premiere issues of the magazine RealTALK LA and the journal Encyclopedia. He currently serves as the Associate Director of Education at AIDS Project Los Angeles, where he develops public art, community-based publishing and creative interventions as an innovative form of HIV prevention. He also teaches in the Photography and Imaging Department at Art Center College of Design.