Visualizing History; the Art of Judy Flores Closing Merienda and Print Sale

Join us on Saturday, February 15 from 3 pm to 5 pm to celebrate the conclusion of the first exhibit of its kind at the Guam Museum. Visualizing History; the Art of Judy Flores celebrates the CHamoru culture present and past through one iconic artist's career and life on Guam. The exhibit will close with an afternoon merienda. Art prints from the exhibit are now available for sale online for $50 each, or by silent auction at the closing event. All proceeds will be donated to benefit the Guam Museum. This is a special opportunity to view this collection of art and own an exhibit art print by celebrated Guam artist, Judy Flores. The event is published at Eventbrite at Please see for more details about purchasing your exhibit print. 1.All prints are 18" x 24". 2.Frames are not included. 3.Provide th…

Presenting Consulate General of Japan a Judy Flores Batik Print

This was a presentation to our departing Consul General of Japan, Izumi Seki, from the Nikkei Association of Guam during a reception for her at Government House on January 27, 2020.  She was instrumental in suggesting to Monica Guzman that the Museum should exhibit Judy’s art retrospective, Visualizing History- the Art of Judy Flores.  The art is a print of the large entrance piece, Guinahan I Isla-ta (Riches Of Our Island) owned by Dr. Roger Kaneshiro.  It was Consul-General Seki’s favorite piece.

"Pulan" Edward Leon Guerrero Brings My Thesis to Life!!

A Letter to The Editor

LETTER TO THE EDITOR FestPac is important By Judy Flores Printed December 3, 2019

     I grew up in Inalåhan in the 1950s when historical knowledge was limited to the celebration of our American heritage, where we studied American heroes such as George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. The CHamoru people were proud of their Spanish heritage, where white skin and long noses were signs of beauty. Ancient times were referred to as “tiempon antis de mannungu’ hit” or the time before we had knowledge. Schools celebrated international cultures instead of our own CHamoru culture. In sixth grade, our CHamoru principal taught our class a short hula dance where we wore muumuu dresses and kept rhythm with bamboo whisks while a hula-trained classmate danced to the tune of “My Little Brown Gal”. During family parties, old people danced the batsu and sotis while we youngsters giggled at them. The jukebox at the store next door played Elvis…

A Peek into My Retrospective!!

Thanks to Edgar Flores for the beautifully made video!!

Dangkolu Na Si Yu’os Ma’ase

Dangkolu Na Si Yu’os Ma’ase
Governor Lou, Lt. Governor Josh, Director Annmarie, Director Jackie,  Mayor Doris, Father Jojo, Guam Museum Team, and my familia,
Thank you for making my Exhibit Opening so very special!  
Biba Guahan yan Biba Kutturan CHamoru!

Save the Dates!

New Exhibition Opens
Friday, October 18, 2019

Visualizing History: The Art of Judy Flores
Ground Floor, Changing Gallery Immerse yourself in the beauty and history of our island at the Guam Museum through the art of one of Guam’s most prolific artists. Opening Friday, October 18, 2019 through February 2020, “Visualizing History: The Art of Judy Flores” features the largest collection of Judy’s work to date. 
“Visualizing History: The Art of Judy Flores” is an exhibition that pays tribute to one of Guam’s leading artists and cultural advocates. Featuring curated original pieces and prints, it is the largest display of Flores’ work ever shown in one place. “Visualizing History” invites audiences to consider ways in which art represents and influences the way we interpret our individual identities, everyday realities and interpersonal interactions. It reminds us that history matters and Flores’ work provides a unique lens through which to engage with our past.

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