Abascal Johnson Graciela
Graciela Abascal Johnson
Museo Regional de Guadalajara

Bachelor’s and master’s degrees in History from the University of Guadalajara, Level C Research Professor of the National Institute of Anthropology and History attached to Guadalajara Regional Museum for the past 29 years.
Curator of the History of Jalisco Gallery II, she has prepared more than 20 temporary exhibition briefs for displays in the Regional Museum of Guadalajara, the Western Cultures Museum in Ciudad Guzmán and at the Agustín Rivera de Lagos de Moreno Museum.

Notable among these are: Mujer y Vida cotidiana: una mirada al siglo XIX
Los espacios de una casa: objetos cotidianos del siglo XIX
Objetos útiles...pequeñas obras de arte
Artesanía en vidrio: un contraste
Entre nubes de humo: el tabaco y sus accesorios
Bajo tu amparo: advocaciones marianas.

Since 2010 she has worked on the Regional Museum’s Historical Archive Classification and Analysis project.

Abascal Johnson
Abascal Johnson Graciela


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