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"Por la sierra morena, Cielito Lindo..." by José Antonio Burciaga, 1984. José Antonio Burciaga (1940-1996) was one of the founding members of Culture Clash, and performed with the group from 1984 to 1988. An activist, writer, lecturer, and muralist, Burciaga grew up in El Paso, Texas and attended the University of Texas at El Paso and the San Francisco Art Institute. Culture Clash Collection. Latino Cultural Heritage Digital Archives.

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Herbert Sigüenza created this image. It was used on a postcard that lists performance dates in 1988, and depicts himself as Julio Iglesias, along with Culture Clash members José Antonio Burciaga, Ric Salinas, and Richard Montoya. Culture Clash Collection.

José Antonio Burciaga (1940-1996) was one of the founding members of Culture Clash, and performed with the group from 1984 to 1988. A talented artist, Burciaga uses the lyrics to a well-known song in this illustration. Culture Clash Collection.

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This pencil sketch depicts a scene from Culture Clash's "A Bowl of Beings," in which deceased revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara visits a modern Chicano activist. "A Bowl of Beings" is based around themes of Chicano identity, wit, and wisdom. "A Bowl of Beings" ran for six months at the Los Angeles Theatre Center, and Culture Clash adapted it for television for a 1992 episode of PBS's Great Performances series. Culture Clash Collection. Latino Cultural Heritage Digital Archives.

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Culture Clash's Los Angeles debut took place at the Fifth Annual National Hispanic Media Conference. The Latino/Chicano comedy troupe Culture Clash began on Cinco de Mayo, 1984 at René Yáñez's Galeria de la Raza in San Francisco, California. Culture Clash Collection.

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“Stand and Deliver Pizza" by Herbert Sigüenza. This pencil sketch depicts a scene from Culture Clash's "A Bowl of Beings" that references actor Edward James Olmos' role as embattled math teacher Jaime Escalante in the film "Stand and Deliver" (1988). "A Bowl of Beings" ran for six months at the Los Angeles Theatre Center, and Culture Clash adapted it for television for a 1992 episode of PBS's Great Performances series. Culture Clash Collection. Latino Cultural Heritage Digital Archives.

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In 1998, Culture Clash premiered a modern re-working of Aristophanes classic play, "The Birds." They performed their version for the South Coast Repertory Theatre and Berkeley Repertory Theatre. This photograph was used for the cover of American Theater Magazine. Culture Clash Collection, Herbert Sigüenza Donation. Latino Cultural Heritage Digital Archives.

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This photograph from Culture Clash's first photo shoot shows members Richard Montoya, José Antonio Burciaga, Ric Salinas, and Herbert Sigüenza (left to right). The Latino/Chicano comedy troupe Culture Clash began on Cinco de Mayo, 1984 at René Yáñez's Galeria de la Raza in San Francisco, California. Culture Clash Collection.

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Masks attributed to "Carpa Clash," a play written by Culture Clash as a tribute to United Farm Workers leader Cesar Chavez, using the tradition of a "carpa" or Mexican tent show, to tell their story. The play was performed at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles. The Latino/Chicano comedy troupe Culture Clash began on Cinco de Mayo, 1984 at René Yáñez's Galeria de la Raza in San Francisco, California. Latino Cultural Heritage Digital Archives.

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