Enid Baxter Ryce

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Enid Baxter Ryce is a visual artist who has exhibited at museums internationally, including the National Gallery of Art, the Getty, and the Arnolfini. A descendant of three Salem witches, she has been reading cards since early childhood. Enid is a Professor of Arts and Environmental Studies who co-edited/co-authored a research guide for the Library of Congress about the ecology and history of the U.S.-Mexico borderlands entitled “El Otro Lado” (The Other Side): Geographies, Boundaries, and Imaginations of Space

Hailing from Mexico City, Luis Cámara is a filmmaker and screenwriter who received an Ariel nomination for his screenplay You’re Killing Me Susana. His 2014 film Silencio, which premiered at the Oaxaca International Film Festival, features a young boy who uses Lotería cards to try to understand the world around him. He is also a Professor of Cinematic Arts at CSU Monterey Bay.

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