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Patricia Rodriguez
  Gustavo Ramos Rivera
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 Mujeres de Aztlán: Third World Women's Art <1973>
Calendario Exhibition <1977>
Self-Portraits <1980>
Dia de los Muertos <1981>
Progress in Process <1982>
W x W (Women by Women) <1985>
La Cruz: Spiritual Source <1988>
Home Grown: The Fields of Califas <1997>
Trazos: Myth and Memory <2005>
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Patricia Rodriguez

Patricia Rodriguez is a prominent Chicana artist and educator. Born in Marfa, Texas, Patricia became one of the leading muralists in the San Francisco area during the 1970s and was the creator and co-founder of the Mujeres Muralistas, the first Chicana women's mural collective in San Francisco. She is known for her beautifully crafted nichos, which address questions of spirituality, gender and Chicana identity. Her has had recent exhibitions at the Oakland Museum, The Jewish Museum, and Sonoma Valley Museum of Art. Patricia Rodriguez is currently serving as Gallery Director at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts in San Francisco.