Artist of the Corridor
Together with the Mendoza Family, the Urbana Arts and Culture Program and The Urbana Free Library are proud sponsors of Juxapositioned, an exhibit of photographs, sculpture, assemblage, and word images by the late Mvskoke artist/writer, Durango Mendoza (June 23, 1945-October 5, 2020), who spent his childhood in rural Oklahoma and was a 26-year resident of Urbana, Illinois.
Juxtapositioned: The art and words of Durango Mendoza
On display throughout the month of August at the following locations:
Mendoza's smaller assemblages and word images will be on display at:
Urbana City Hall, first floor corridor
400 S. Vine St., Urbana
Mendoza's photographs and word images will be on display at:
Urbana Free Library
210 E. Green St, Urbana
Get more information here
Artist of the Corridor, an initiative by the City of Urbana Arts and Culture Program, is a dual-site exhibition series that features local art in the City Building and The Urbana Free Library. All Artist of the Corridor shows are free and open to the public. To receive updates on arts and cultural events and artist opportunities in Urbana, follow Urbana Arts and Culture Program on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, or visit urbanaillinois.us/arts.