Special Projects

Emerging Indigenous Voices: A New Generation of Artists

Emmanuel was the lead artists faculty for the project  and taught the linocut print workshop

Summer Residency 2011- San Francisco, CA

Montana American Indian Mural Project

Sponsored by the Helena Indian Alliance Helena, MT - 2011


Under Emmanuel’s direction, the American Indian community designed and painted twelve mural panels that decorate the interior of the

Helena Indian Alliance Community Center.

Solano Steamroller Smackdown

at the Dixon May Fair 2012

print title: “A” Trio

Emmanuel’s tribute to writers, poets & activists

Alice Walter, Adrienne Rich & Audre Lorde

The Serie Project

Artists-in-Residence 2010

Sam Coronado Studios - Austin, Texas

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Limited-edition Serigraph Print

Reclaiming Language & Culture

mixed media drawing @1992

In 1992 the Mexican Museum of San Francisco, CA commissioned Emmanuel to create a piece for the traveling exhibit Chicano Codices, Encountering Art of the Americas.

Twenty-five Chicano artists were selected to create a contemporary response to the

Mesoamerican Codices -  a commemoration of 500 years of Indigenous Resistance (1492 -1992).


Drawing from his Lipan Apache and Chicano heritage,

Reclaiming Language & Culture is representative of honoring and

acknowledging our ancestral lineage. This piece is in the private collection of

the Mexican Fine Arts & Museum, Chicago, IL.

Homage to Leopoldo Méndez: No! A la Bendición al Poder Nuclear!

Created for the 50th Anniversary of the founding of El Taller de Gráfica Popular -

The People’s Graphic Arts Workshop in Mexico City, 1937 by a group of Mexican artists…one of its leaders being Leopoldo Méndez.

Linocut @1987

War is a Blind Patriot!

In 1991 the Mexican Museum and the Galleria La Raza called upon thirty chicano artists to respond to the Gulf War. This print was created in one day at the museum’s location at Fort Mason. War is a Blind Patriot, speaks of how sometimes patriotism can be used in the wrong way to support unjust wars. The San Francisco Bay Guardian published this image as a center fold poster and as a result the poster could be seen displayed through out the San Francisco Bay Area. 

Color Linocut @1991

Alamo: The beginning of Manifest Destiny

In 1992 Emmanuel was invited by Alberto Beltran, Mexican printmaker to produce this piece commemorating the 500 year anniversary  500 years of Indigenous Resistance in the Americas (1492 -1992). This print was to become part of a portfolio sponsored by El Taller de Gráfica - The People’s Graphic Arts Workshop.

Linocut @1992

An Artist’s Response

©2011 Apachicano Art Productions