The purpose for the images that were created for this show was simply to provoke questions about the origins of ancient text descriptions of “visitors” or “saints”. The local artist, known as Aztec Smurf, was hoping these images could also be a catalyst for questioning the heavenly beings that brought the knowledge and messages to us humans. Through his own research and the need to know more about ancient knowledge, he began creating and seeing these images in his head. Along with the possibilities for all these stories of these ancient beings, or rather, saints and aliens, and their history.
In celebration of International Women’s Month, Luna Culture Lab exhibited for the first time in March of 2016 “Ladies First.” This art exhibit featured photography by DEANNAsREID, a local photographer in Phoenix, with beautiful images that captured the spirit of various women of Phoenix. From business and community leaders to the nannies and assistants that form part of their support systems, this show celebrates the sisterhood behind today’s modern woman. The exhibit was hosted by Tania Torres, Stephanie Vasquez, Rosa Cardenas, Deanna S Reid, Maria Ragain and Leticia Chavez.
Was an art exhibit that honored activists have taken to the Arizona streets screaming for their values through a megaphone. Their efforts have inspired multiple strangers to join their campaigns to bring about the changes they demand.