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Armando Rascón
Alejandra Regalado
Rosangela Rennó
Yosimar Reyes
Michael V. Rios
 Neil Rivas
Alex Rivera
Calixto Robles
Artemio Rodriguez
Isis Rodriguez
 Catalina Rodríguez
Patricia Rodriguez
Eugene Rodriguez
Peter Rodriguez
Abel Rodriguez
 Favianna Rodriguez
Daniel Rodriguez
Luis Fernando Roldán
Royal Chicano Air Force
Alberto [Beto] Ruiz
  Participated in the Following Exhibitions From Tradition to Innovation: La Fe <1993>
Another Life Inside Her Head <1995>
My Life as a Comic Stripper <1997>
Open Studio: Little Brown Bodies <1999>
Spray Power Speak Pride <2000>
Amigo Racism: Mickey Mouse Meets the Taco Bell Chihuahua <2000>
What's Not To Love? <2005>
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Isis Rodriguez

Isis Rodriguez received a BFA in painting at the University of Kansas in 1988. She became involved in public art via the Clarion Alley Mural Project and at Galería de la Raza beginning in 1993. A participant in the "Mission School" artistic movement, Isis established her reputation through cartoon figures called Guadalupe and Little Miss Attitudes. Her works have been exhibited at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Jose Museum of Art and the McPherson Center in Santa Cruz. In 2003, Isis completed a San Francisco Public Art Commission-sponsored cartoon mosaic at the newly opened playground at 23rd and Treat streets in the Mission.