Latino Cultural Center

Latino Cultural Center A multi-purpose arts and culture facility owned and operated by the City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture. The LCC is a 27,000 square foot facility with a 300-seat theater, a multi-purpose room, an art gallery, and sculpture courtyards that are widely used by local, regional, and international artists.
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Serving as a regional catalyst for the preservation, development, and promotion of Latino and Hispanic arts and culture, vibrant educational classes and events for children, adults, and families take place throughout the year at the LCC.

Operating as usual

Hispanic Organization for Genealogy and Research - HOGAR
02/27/2021

Hispanic Organization for Genealogy and Research - HOGAR

3/13/2021 - Make plans to attend our March 2021 Quarterly (Virtual) Meeting! Our guest, Crispin Rendon, will present on the topic of Genetic Genealogy.

Modern chili is usually attributed to Mexican cuisine.  Mexico isn’t the only country that has influenced this popular d...
02/25/2021

Modern chili is usually attributed to Mexican cuisine. Mexico isn’t the only country that has influenced this popular dish. Chili also incorporates the culinary traditions of the Spanish and Native American cultures. And as it spread across the Americas, it has picked up regional influences as well. Beans or no beans in your house?

Blanca is going to tell us the story of the Lizard and the Sun. Watch today at 2pm on Facebook or later tonight when you...
02/24/2021

Blanca is going to tell us the story of the Lizard and the Sun. Watch today at 2pm on Facebook or later tonight when your littles get out of school! 🦎🌞

Don't forget, the Public Art Program Survey is still open! You have until this Wednesday, February 24th to share your th...
02/22/2021

Don't forget, the Public Art Program Survey is still open!
You have until this Wednesday, February 24th to share your thoughts with Public Art Staff via this 4-minute survey👇
www.bit.ly/publicartsurvey2021

Our Public Art program needs help creating programs that will better meet your needs! Please help and share your opinion by devoting 4-minutes of your time to their new survey. 🎨
DEADLINE FEBRUARY 24th

SURVEY: HTTPS://WWW.SURVEYMONKEY.COM/R/9C22CZ5

Join us tomorrow for a talk with the artists from Quetzal Quatro,  Genaro Hernandez, Juan J. Hernandez, Samuel Torres an...
02/16/2021

Join us tomorrow for a talk with the artists from Quetzal Quatro, Genaro Hernandez, Juan J. Hernandez, Samuel Torres and Jose Vargas. We will talk about inspiration & art with these Dallas-based Latino, Mexican-American and/or Chicano artists.

A common thread in their artistic narratives is an interest in their ancestral past. These four artists have produced and exhibited worked extensively over the last quarter century and have occasionally collaborated in joint local and regional projects. The show is at the LCC now through March 13, 2021.

Missing Museums: Why Art is a Necessity for Public Health
02/11/2021
Missing Museums: Why Art is a Necessity for Public Health

Missing Museums: Why Art is a Necessity for Public Health

Standing before Jay Defeo’s Incision—some 500 pounds of cracking, granite-like paint whose ten feet towered over me like a majestic, mute mystery—I felt absorbed by something so much grander than a…

Join Jennifer Rangel & Jonathan Angulo, Emerging Historians and Board Members of DMAHL as they host a FB Live with the L...
02/10/2021

Join Jennifer Rangel & Jonathan Angulo, Emerging Historians and Board Members of DMAHL as they host a FB Live with the Latino Cultural Center today @ 2PM. Tune in to learn about DMAHL's Chronicles of Dallas Barrios podcast, upcoming virtual events, previous exhibits and other historic preservation efforts.

Artists Reimagine How Covid-19 Will Shape the Art World
02/09/2021
Artists Reimagine How Covid-19 Will Shape the Art World

Artists Reimagine How Covid-19 Will Shape the Art World

When galleries and museums closed, artists found new ways to present their work. Now they're looking ahead to what their craft will look like after the pandemic.

Artists, pre-K through 5th grade are invited to submit a poem with the prompt ✨  Beautiful Shades of Brown✨ to monica.lu...
02/08/2021
Donation Leads to Lessons in Black History

Artists, pre-K through 5th grade are invited to submit a poem with the prompt ✨ Beautiful Shades of Brown✨ to [email protected].
Submit your poem by February 19th for a chance to win a copy of Beautiful Shades of Brown: The Art of Laura Wheeler Waring!

10 copies of this iconic book that celebrate trailblazer Laura Wheeler Warning were donated to the Oak Cliff Cultural Center by Mila Vincent as part of her Be Kind Birthday Celebration!
#BlackHistoryMonth

A little girl’s act of kindness on her birthday has turned into something good in celebration of Black History Month.

02/02/2021
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Oak Cliff Cultural Center
02/02/2021

Oak Cliff Cultural Center

We have some fun things going on this February at OC3!

Look through and find a workshop for you and your family. All workshops and chats are free to attend.

For the date and time of when registration opens, please consult the post. You can find the registration links to each event in our events tab on Facebook or on our website.

** All items for workshops will be picked up at Oak Cliff Cultural Center **

Our next LCC Live conversation will be with artist and activist Jerome Larez. Larez is a Ph.D. student in Arts & Cultura...
02/01/2021

Our next LCC Live conversation will be with artist and activist Jerome Larez. Larez is a Ph.D. student in Arts & Cultural Tradition and Human Rights & Social Justice at Southern Methodist University. Jerome is a Texas Tech alum, completing his B.F.A. and M.A. at Texas Tech University. His research interests explore the complex interactions of art and activism, art equity, and the intersectionality of race, sexuality, gender. While at Texas Tech University, Jerome founded Hope Will Never Be Silent, a Big 12 LGBTQIA traveling art exhibit. In 2014, Jerome co-founded Arttitude to create and support platforms for LGBTQIA and marginalized people to represent their multiple and diverse identities, histories, and communities with the goal of inciting change and equality for all through the arts.

City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture
02/01/2021

City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture

✨Happy Black History Month✨
We have put together a list of highlights of in-person and virtual programming around #Dallas ! From our OAC programs to partner programs, browse our list and mark your calendars! #BlackHistoryMonth #bhmoac

LINK HERE 👇
https://dallasculture.org/2021/01/blackhistory/

We were able to interview some of the artists from our current show today. We can’t wait to get the video to you!  @ Lat...
01/30/2021

We were able to interview some of the artists from our current show today. We can’t wait to get the video to you! @ Latino Cultural Center

Come pick up free art kits starting at noon! Visit our events page for a full listing of locations.
01/30/2021

Come pick up free art kits starting at noon! Visit our events page for a full listing of locations.

Come join us in one of our favorite family activities!
Drive through the parking lot of the Pleasant Grove Branch Library today/Saturday to pick up your FREE art kit. 12pm, until supplies last
Here's CM Jaime Resendez creating his artwork with his family.
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Únase a nosotros en una de nuestras actividades familiares favoritas!
Pase por el estacionamiento de la biblioteca Pleasant Grove hoy/sábado para obtener su kit de arte GRATIS. A las 12pm, hasta que se acaben
Aquí está el Concejal Jaime Resendez creando su obra de arte con su familia.

It's the DART Student Art Contest time of year again! Submission deadline is Tuesday, March 23, 2021.THEME:  Everyday He...
01/28/2021
DART.org - Transit Education Student Art Contest

It's the DART Student Art Contest time of year again! Submission deadline is Tuesday, March 23, 2021.

THEME: Everyday Heroes Ride DART.
All students (Kindergarten-High School) may submit their entries online, or by mail.

City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture
01/27/2021

City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture

Our Public Art program needs help creating programs that will better meet your needs! Please help and share your opinion by devoting 4-minutes of your time to their new survey. 🎨
DEADLINE FEBRUARY 24th

SURVEY: HTTPS://WWW.SURVEYMONKEY.COM/R/9C22CZ5

Jose Vargas is also one of the artists in our current exhibition. You can see “Quetzal Quatro: Genaro Hernandez, Juan J....
01/26/2021
How Jose Vargas inspired hundreds of artists: 26 years of 'El Corazón'

Jose Vargas is also one of the artists in our current exhibition. You can see “Quetzal Quatro: Genaro Hernandez, Juan J. Hernandez, Samuel Torres and Jose Vargas” at the LCC Thursdays & Fridays, 4-8 pm and 12-8 pm on Saturdays. To make an appointment in advance to see the show, please visit our Web site for more info. http://lcc.dallasculture.org/programs/galleries/

Image courtesy of Karen Jacobi. Jose Vargas walks into my office about once a year to hand deliver flyers for art shows he organizes for the City of Dallas, sometimes bearing small gifts and always looking like a lama with his long hair, beard and calm demeanor. He always

Evelio will be back with us on Wednesday at 2pm!
01/25/2021

Evelio will be back with us on Wednesday at 2pm!

Immersive project The Cube is a hopeful gateway to an uncertain future
01/24/2021
Immersive project The Cube is a hopeful gateway to an uncertain future

Immersive project The Cube is a hopeful gateway to an uncertain future

By Cristee Cook Last week I masked up and went into The Cube: An Interactive Experience for the Socially Distanced Era at the Latino Cultural Center. The project is a collaboration between artists Emily Bernet, Ruben Carrazana, Aaron Johansen, Jeffery Bryant Moffitt, and Nigel Newton. Ruben Carrazan...

We love this show!
01/24/2021

We love this show!

It's great to have artwork on the walls of the Bath House Cultural Center's gallery once again! We have begun the installation of our popular annual show, El Corazón—curated with much love for over 26 years by Jose Vargas (pictured). Stay tuned for more details and for information on how to schedule a socially-distanced visit. www.bathhousecultural.com

Timeline Photos
01/21/2021

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2600 Live Oak St
Dallas, TX
75204

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Tuesday 10:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00
Thursday 10:00 - 17:00
Friday 10:00 - 17:00
Saturday 10:00 - 17:00

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(214) 671-0045

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Im so excited to have recieved this email today from the Latino Cultural Center: "Hello, Thank you for your interest in the LCC's Pulguita event. At this time I'm happy to inform you that you have been selected to participate in this years Pulguita." . I know there are so many qualified artist who submitted their work , so i am grateful to have this wonderful opportunity during this time when art activities are very limited. Thank you. Saturday, September 26, 2020, 6-9 pm
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