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As one might guess from its title, UTSA’s “Veinticinco” features works by 25 Latino and Latina artists. Less obvious is the fact that the group show also employs the medium of printmaking and a uniform paper size as threads to link diverse styles, themes and processes ranging from etching to screen-printing. Standing out among the highlights are late legend Luis Jiménez’s lithograph portrait of César Chávez, local artist/educator Alex Rubio’s street-inspired symphony El Callejero and El Paso transplant Ricky Armendariz’s rainbow-striped Tu Eres o No Tu Eres Mi Baby. Free, 6-8pm Thu, UTSA Downtown Art Gallery, 501 W. Cesar E. Chavez Blvd., (210) 458-2000, — BR

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