Projects

Tiempo y azar: The Art of Arturo Artorez
Gordon K. Hirabayashi, 1988
“Arreguín: Sueños y naturaleza,” Museo de América, Madrid, Spain
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Lauro Flores, curator, “Arreguín: Diseños y naturaleza,” Museo de Cádiz, Spain, 18 Dec. 2014-16 Feb. 2015.

Projects Art

Lauro Flores and Gemma R. Berasategui, curators, “Arreguín: Diseños y naturaleza,” Palacio del Conde Luna, León, Spain, 1 Jul. -31 Aug. 2014.

Projects Art
Lauro Flores, curator and organizer, “Tiempo y azar: The Art of Arturo Artorez.” Jacob Lawrence Gallery, University of Washington, 29 July–16 August 2014. Projects Art
Lauro Flores, curator, “Arreguín: Sueños y naturaleza,” Museo de América, Madrid, Spain, 17 Oct. -14 Dec. 2014. Projects Art
Connie So. Pre-Conquest Indigenous Cultures and the Aftermath (PICA) Conference. November 7-11, 2014. Projects Activism, Civil Rights, Community, History, Race and Ethnicity
Courage in Action: The Life and Legacy of Gordon K. Hirabayashi. Symposium. Feb. 22-23, 2014. Projects Asian American, Civil Rights, History, Politics of Representation, Social Change
Environmental and Food Justice, Blogspot Developed and moderated by Devon G. Peña, Ph.D. Projects Community, Culture, Food, Social Justice

Lauro Flores, organizer and moderator, “Ethnic Identity and Political Power,” panel discussion with Elaine Brown, Aaron Dixon, José Jiménez, Carlos Muñoz, and Vincent Z. C. de Baca, May 9, 2013.

Projects Politics of Representation, Race and Ethnicity

Lauro Flores, organizer and moderator, “Art, Indigenous Communities, and Migration in the Age of Globalization,” panel discussion with Yolanda Cruz, Shinzaburo Takeda, and Agustín Jacinto Zavala, June 27, 2012.

Projects Art, Indigenous, Community, Global and Transnational Studies

Lauro Flores, curator and organizer, “Art & Migration: Takeda and His Disciples / Arte y migración: Takeda y sus discípulos,” Wenatchee Museum and Cultural Center, Wenatchee, WA, 26 July-20 September 2012.

Projects Art

Lauro Flores, curator and organizer, “Art & Migration: Takeda and His Disciples / Arte y migración: Takeda y sus discípulos,” Jacob Lawrence Gallery, University of Washington, 26 June–20 July 2012.

Projects Art

Lauro Flores, organizer and moderator, “Patterns of Indigenous Mobility,” panel discussion with Cristina Oehmichen Bazán, Emilio Rolando Ordóñez Cifuentes, and Lynn Stephen, University of Washington, May 8, 2009.

Projects Class, Culture, Indigenous

Lauro Flores, curator and organizer, “Divinas Mujeres: Artworks by Alfredo Arreguín & Fulgencio Lazo,” Odegaard Undergraduate Library, University of Wshington, February 2009.

Projects Art

Lauro Flores, curator and organizer, “José Luis Rodríguez Guerra: Myth, Magic & Memory,” Jacob Lawrence Gallery University of Washington, October 2008.

Projects Art

Lauro Flores, organizer, “Crossing the Line: A Forum on Immigration,” University of Washington, May 19-20, 2006.

Projects Immigration, Race and Ethnicity

Lauro Flores, curator and organizer, “Alfredo Arreguín: Selected Works 1981-2006,” Jacob Lawrence Gallery, University of Washington, October 2006.

Projects Art

Lauro Flores, organizer in partnership with OMA and the ECC/ECT, “Mayan Ritual,” performance, Ethnic Cultural Theatre, May 2006.

Projects Art, Culture

Lauro Flores, guest curator, “Myth, Magic, Memory,” Rodríguez Guerra Studio/Gallery. Seattle, Oct. 26-Nov. 10, 2006.

Projects Art
Women Who Rock Community Research Project, unConference, and Film Festival.  2010-present. Projects Class, Collaboration, Community, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Music, Race and Ethnicity, Sexuality, Social Justice, Women of Color