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.

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Get your supplies ready for paper Christmas trees tomorrow at 12:30 pm on Facebook! Please share pictures of your tree w...
12/20/2020

Get your supplies ready for paper Christmas trees tomorrow at 12:30 pm on Facebook! Please share pictures of your tree with us!

Materials:
Multi-colored construction paper
string
scissors
hole punch (optional)

12/17/2020
Dallas Mexican American Historical League

Dallas Mexican American Historical League

Over the next few days we will be posting a roll call of all our podcast episodes! 😄 Get EXCITED gente!

In our first Season, The Chronicles of Dallas Barrios Podcast will record the oral history of BIPOC businesses and artists in the City of Dallas, asking them how they have been impacted by COVID. Success stories and new practices meant to help them safely connect with their supporters… In our second episode we interviewed Jessica Washington, C.O.O. of the Dallas Weekly! She is the C.O.O. and Director of Finance at The Dallas Weekly, a Mother of two, and serves on the Board of Directors for Metamorphosis Theatre group and the J & P Foundation and is also a new member of DMAHL! 🗣Listen on Spotify, Google Podcast and podbean!

#latinxpodcasts #historyfromthebottomup #dmahl #dallasmexicanamericanhistory #ancestors #personalhistory #supportlocal #supportbrownbusiness #podcasts #EH #emerginghistorian #chroniclesofdallasbarrios #barriohistory #dallasbarrios #dallasweekly#blackbusiness #blackpress

The Jewish experience in Latin America is vast and diverse. Millions of Jewish families, having fled Europe before, duri...
12/16/2020
These Movies About Jewish Life In Latin America Are Perfect For Hanukkah

The Jewish experience in Latin America is vast and diverse. Millions of Jewish families, having fled Europe before, during, and after World War II and the Holocaust settled everywhere in the world. Here are some of the movies depicting the various Jewish communities and stories in Latin America.

This Hanukkah, take some time to watch these movies showing Jewish life in Latin America from dramas to comedys to historical retellings.

12/16/2020
Latino Cultural Center

Live with Richard Gonzales!

Welcome to a preview of the six-month Mexican American Studies series. I'll review the six topics that I'll present.

12/16/2020
Mexican American Series

Welcome to a preview of the six-month Mexican American Studies series. I'll review the six topics that I'll present.

Grant alert! ✨⚠️ Applications are open for small Dallas-based arts organizations (budgets less than $1 mil) to apply for...
12/16/2020
TicketDFW

Grant alert! ✨⚠️ Applications are open for small Dallas-based arts organizations (budgets less than $1 mil) to apply for the AT&T Performing Arts Center Moody Fund for the Arts and 2021-2022 Elevator Project, open January 11 and February 22, respectively.

A virtual town hall informational meeting will be held this Thursday, December 17 from 4:00-5:30pm.
You can RSVP here: http://www.ticketdfw.com/.../moody-fund-for-the-arts.../

More information on the Moody Fund for the Arts can be found here: https://www.moodyartsfund.org/
More information on the 2021-2022 Elevator Project can be found here: https://www.attpac.org/about/elevatorproject/

The Moody Fund for the Arts is proud to host a virtual meeting to discuss the upcoming grant funding cycle. Several exciting changes are in store for the coming year, including an earlier start to the process and more flexibility in the types of eligible programs.

Our Live series continues tomorrow at 2pm. Visit our Facebook events for details!
12/15/2020

Our Live series continues tomorrow at 2pm. Visit our Facebook events for details!

12/15/2020
Mexican American History Series

Welcome to an introduction of the Mexican American History six-part series which I'll present from January to June 2021. I'll cover the Conquest of Mexico, Mexican American War, United Farm Workers Union, Latina Activists, Rise and Fall of La Raza Unida Movement, and Death of Santos Rodriguez.

📚 Tonight marks the last episode of Front Porch Fables. Phylly Marie will end the series with The Jaguar and the Rabbit....
12/11/2020

📚 Tonight marks the last episode of Front Porch Fables. Phylly Marie will end the series with The Jaguar and the Rabbit. 🐰 Gather the kiddos and tune in at 7:30 pm on FB Live!





#SDCC #LCC #OAC #dallasculture #PhyllyMarie #fables #shortstories #artactivities #kids #virtuallearning #virtualart #lifelessons

Cara Mia Theatre
12/11/2020

Cara Mia Theatre

Only a handful of tickets are left for tonight and tickets are limited for the rest of our final weekend of Remember. Breathe. Dream. at the Latino Cultural Center.

The exhibition is a safe, socially distanced and participatory journey for 4 participants at a time. Advance reservations are required.

TICKETS HERE: https://bit.ly/38DbmVO

12/09/2020

Live with Artist Daniel Yanez aka DIY at Elevate

Stop by today at 2pm to ask questions or catch it later on our page.
12/09/2020

Stop by today at 2pm to ask questions or catch it later on our page.

Dallas-based artist Toni Martin wants you to play “Eye Spy” in her installation at the art-filled Lorenzo Hotel.
12/09/2020
Play ‘Eye Spy’ At This Dallas Art Installation | Art&Seek

Dallas-based artist Toni Martin wants you to play “Eye Spy” in her installation at the art-filled Lorenzo Hotel.

Dallas-based artist Toni Martin wants you to play "Eye Spy" in her installation at the art-filled Lorenzo Hotel. The monochromatic installation is infused with everyday trinkets to reveal the hidden beauty of things we often discard. Martin was inspired by chromatherapy, or color therapy, and the in...

12/08/2020

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Looking for things to do this holiday season?  🦌
12/07/2020
Holiday Events and Programs 2020 - City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture

Looking for things to do this holiday season? 🦌

Whether you’re staying inside and enjoying virtual events by the fire, or looking for in-person, socially distanced events, there are so many ways to feel the holiday cheer this season. The Office of Arts and Culture offers a list of holiday events all over Dallas, from our partners and our cultur...

“In a year when so many teens have missed out on moments they can’t recapture, Dallas-area songwriters Xyzsa Pagaduan an...
12/07/2020
Star turns: Dallas-area teens win national musical theater songwriting contest

“In a year when so many teens have missed out on moments they can’t recapture, Dallas-area songwriters Xyzsa Pagaduan and Soleil Singh are getting the rare opportunity to shine in a national spotlight.”

Xyzsa Pagaduan and Soleil Singh, both with Booker T. Washington High training, unveil Broadway-ready tunes.

Get your supplies ready! We are making 3D paper snowflakes on Facebook tomorrow. Here’s what you need: White paperScisso...
12/06/2020

Get your supplies ready! We are making 3D paper snowflakes on Facebook tomorrow. Here’s what you need:

White paper
Scissors
Glue
String (optional)

Daniel Yanez aka DIY, is a 16 year veteran artist in Dallas Texas. He currently concentrates his work in installations, ...
12/06/2020

Daniel Yanez aka DIY, is a 16 year veteran artist in Dallas Texas. He currently concentrates his work in installations, sculpture and mural work. He has worked with amazing companies like Dallas Mavericks, fruity pebbles, fossil, and the Boys and girls club. He has also had the opportunity to work with different cities like the City of Dallas, Grand Prairie and Duncanville in many projects over the years. Daniel has had the pleasure of being featured in many publications like the Dallas Observer, D magazine and most recently Time magazine. With success through out the years He was able to open up a shared studio in Dallas called Elevate DTX. Through elevate he has worked with countless artists and have created many community projects. His latest project is an experimental space that combines a cultural observatory and store front called Cold Soda.

Open-air shows. Joint productions. Filmed dress rehearsals. Here’s a faraway close-up on how one theater community has s...
12/03/2020
What’s Playing in Dallas? With Streaming, I Could Find Out

Open-air shows. Joint productions. Filmed dress rehearsals. Here’s a faraway close-up on how one theater community has stayed reasonably robust in adversity.

Open-air shows. Joint productions. Filmed dress rehearsals. Here’s a faraway close-up on how one theater community has stayed reasonably robust in adversity.

Cara Mia Theatre
12/03/2020

Cara Mia Theatre

Only two more weeks to witness Cara Mía Theatre’s Remember. Breathe. Dream., a contemplative visual arts experience running until December 13th.

General Admission Price: $15
Justice Pricing: $5 & $10

BUY HERE: https://bit.ly/38DbmVO

Cara Mía's first ever visual arts exhibition features five immersive installations spanning the footprint of the Latino Cultural Center, asking us to imagine a new world.

12/02/2020
“As Salvador Dalí once claimed, ‘I try to create fantastical things, magical things, things like in a dream.’ Right now,...
12/02/2020
How Salvador Dalí has influenced your wardrobe

“As Salvador Dalí once claimed, ‘I try to create fantastical things, magical things, things like in a dream.’ Right now, perhaps such a statement speaks to our collective mood: one in which we are navigating a new and often unpredictable era, looking not just for straightforward escapism but, much like a dream, new ways of interpreting the everyday too.”

In a year when everything has felt a little topsy-turvy and upside down, surrealist motifs dominated fashion design. We trace this trend back to Dali's lobster dress in 1937.

Tender shots of the '80s East LA gang scene
12/01/2020
Tender shots of the '80s East LA gang scene

Tender shots of the '80s East LA gang scene

After visiting Los Angeles' Maravilla Park, photographer Janette Beckman got to know a Mexican-American gang there and set about capturing a different side to their community.

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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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Outdoor Community Pop up! Bomba en La Plaza Bringing healing through Bomba Music & Dance @Latino Cultural Center Evento gratuito para la comunidad
¡Expresándote está buscando hombres para que sean parte de una entrevista en línea, en español! Estamos buscando hombres entre las edades de 25 a 39 años, que les guste tomar bebidas alcohólicas y que sean residentes de Los Angeles o Texas. Mandanos un inbox. Ofrecemos $$$ por tu participación y tiempo, no esperes más ya que los espacios son limitados.
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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
Heritage Learning Center is looking a Spanish speaking proctor / monitor who is able to assist studnets with Spanish homework. #learningcenter #heritagelearningcenter #hlced
Hosted by the OMPP - Organización Mundial por la Paz Mexico. Violence against women has surged during the pandemic, just when shelters and social agencies are at reduced capacity. Learn about women's safety in lockdown: Mexico, Latin America, the world. In Spanish and English.
Diverse communities enrich our society, and in return, responding to the #2020Census allows data to be collected to truly understand our diverse population. The #Census only happens once every 10 years and responses inform how billions of dollars are spent on resources for diverse populations throughout America. Respond today at 2020census.gov. #CelebrateImmigrants #3174Counts
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So grateful to the Latino Cultural Center for hosting the talented Alia Mohamed who plays the theremin and does an amazing belly dance, along with her father Jamal Mohamed who plays percussion instruments from around the world and leads the SMU World Music program, and Jeremy Jones who plays the clarinet and remixes DJ-style for Saturday’s night’s “Electric Hamsa”. Wouldn’t have missed this event and to reconnect with inspiring artists in the community who created an avant-garde performance of Arab-Futurism. Thank you to Alia Mohamed, Jamal Mohamed, Jonathan Jones, Sara Cardona, and everyone who put this event together!
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