Tia Chuck: A Portrait of Chuck Ramirez (Working Title) is a documentary following the life and work of the late artist Chuck Ramirez. Directed by Angela and Mark Walley. This film is currently in production.
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Production Notes: November 2017 Update

Production Notes: November 2017 Update

Portrait of Chuck Ramirez as “Tia Chuck” by Ethel Shipton, Photo Courtesy Casa Chuck Archive Hello Supporters, It’s hard to believe it’s been 7 years since we lost Chuck. It seems like so long ago, but also like it was just yesterday. We want to thank everyone who has been a part of keeping Chuck’s...
Production Notes: September Update

Production Notes: September Update

Behind the Scenes with Claudia Arozqueta at Casa Chuck On September 12th we attended a potluck event welcoming recipient of the 2015 Casa Chuck Arts Residency, Claudia Arozqueta. Claudia is a curator, researcher, and writer who regularly contributes to Artforum.com and Art-Agenda, and has published extensively in magazines, newspapers and journals. The community welcomed her...
Production Notes: April Update

Production Notes: April Update

This past month has brought a lot of progress on this documentary. We’ve been collecting archive material, filming interviews, editing our rough cut, and preparing for continued production. Here our some details on the work that’s kept us busy since our last update. Archive Digging at Casa Chuck Chuck Ramirez’s Personal Photo Collection at Casa...
The Long Table of Love

The Long Table of Love

The Long Table of Love was a fundraising event held for Sala Diaz, an artist-run non-profit space and Casa Chuck, an invitational residency for arts writers and curators to come for extended stays to explore San Antonio and its artists. It’s a wonderful way of maintaining Chuck’s home and supporting the work of writers and...
We Miss You Chuck, an exhibition at Sala Diaz

We Miss You Chuck, an exhibition at Sala Diaz

Chuck Ramirez April 28, 1962 – November 6, 2010 Photo by Jannette Morales Our friend Chuck Ramirez died from injuries suffered in a bike accident on November 6th, 2010. He was a forty-eight year old artist living and working in Southtown. My husband Mark Walley and I had known Chuck since the summer of 2009...