Threading a Dream
Patricia Cazorla and Nancy Saleme, 2018

South side of Mead Public Library
710 N. 8th St., Sheboygan, WI 53081
During spring 2018, Saleme and Cazorla visited Sheboygan. During this research visit, they engaged the community through a series of bilingual (Spanish and English), free workshops and artist lectures. They met a part of the Sheboygan community, including the Latinx, and fell in love with the city and its community.They perceived the extraordinary energy that the city has. They decided to celebrate Sheboygan’s community by revealing its warmth, integration, and respect. Ultimately, the project creates a unique portrait of Sheboygan with a message of hope and new beginnings for all.They made a social media call to collect images of historic buildings of significance that make Sheboygan a unique city. Many of these photographs from the community were included in the final piece, Threading a Dream.

Gary Campbell YouTube Channel

Interview during Gallery Aferro Open Studios in
the Fall of 2017
“This video is about artists Nancy Saleme & Patricia Cazorla explaining their art as social activism”

CUNY TV – Nueva York

Nueva York is an Emmy award winning series about Latino culture in New York. The 30-minute show explores the rich textures of Latino society in the city, focusing on politics, art, culture, and the traditions of Spanish-speaking populations across the metropolitan area.

This edition: Claudia Llosa, Michèle Stephenson, Patricia Cazorla and Nancy Saleme, Rana Santacruz

…we talk with Venezuelan artists Patricia Cazorla and Nancy Saleme, who share how they began this fruitful collaboration and their conception of public art.

Documentary short about the making of Lighting the Road, 2014 

Acrylic, ink, permanent markers and vinyl on heavy duty foam-board and wood 45 feet long x 7.5 feet high

On view at Port Authority of NY & NJ Bus Terminal, 42nd Street at 8th Avenue, second floor North wing.

Mural installation commissioned by the Garment District NYC and supported in part by the National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures and the Ford for the Arts Grant Program.