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: March 2016 Update

Production Notes: March 2016 Update

Chuck Ramirez Broom Series on display at H-E-B South Flores Market This past December H-E-B opened the South Flores Market and we were thrilled when artworks from Chuck’s 2007 Broom Series were selected for display in their new location. Dya Campos, Director of Public Affairs at H-E-B stated: “We knew we wanted to work with...
Production Notes: November Update

Production Notes: November Update

Offrenda for Chuck Ramirez on S St Mary’s St, 2010 Today marks the 5th Anniversary since Chuck Ramirez’s passing. It was past midnight on the evening of November 5th when Chuck left The Monterey on bike and rode down S St Mary’s St toward his house on Stieren. Chuck was taking the party from The...
Production Notes: February Update

Production Notes: February Update

2015 has been off to a great start on this documentary. We’ve been filming interviews, collecting archive material, and editing. First, I’ll share some notes from December that occurred after our last update. Live Music at The Compound. In December we filmed a few of events significant to Chuck’s legacy. The first was a music event at...
Sala Galla, Sala Diaz at The Gallagher

Sala Galla, Sala Diaz at The Gallagher

We attended the Sala Galla on Saturday, June 1st at The Gallagher. Sala Galla was a fundraising event held for Sala Diaz, an artist-run non-profit space and the Casa Chuck Arts Residency Program. The Gallagher was the perfect venue for the event. Guests enjoyed dinner next to the San Geronimo Creek with a beautiful reception...
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...