- 25 Oct, 21Upcoming
Chirmole, also known as chimole or chilmole, is a dark mole and is common in Yucatan. Join the James Beard Award-winners of Yuca’s Restaurant as they…27 Oct, 21Upcoming
From poetry to hip hop lyricist, theater actor to film, photographer to podcaster, Rafael “Rafa” Cardenas has refined his love for the importance of living…31 Oct, 21Upcoming
Family Days: Día de los Muertos | Coco (2016) | Outdoor Entertainment, Workshop and Screening | Free
Shake your bones! Join us in a celebration of life and death. Explore the historical and cultural significance of Day of the Dead traditions. Enjoy…
LA Plaza Blog
- 01 OctRead more
Celebration, pride and excitement were in the air at LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes’ Pobladores Awards 2021 Gala on Wednesday, September 29. It was
Exhibitions On View
Carlos Almaraz: Evolution of Form focuses on the earlier periods in the artist’s life that played a significant influence on his artistic styles and form,…
Located at LA Plaza's Historic Paseo Walkway, "Transportapueblos: Los Resilientes" is a public art sculpture In recognition of the many difficulties faced by people who…
Marking fifty-one years since the National Chicano Moratorium took place in East Los Angeles, where more than 30,000 participants marched to protest the Vietnam War,…
LA Plaza Highlights
Explore the multi-faceted history of Mexican and Mexican American Los Angeles and celebrate our vibrant Latino culture at LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes.
LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes offers a beautiful campus suitable for both indoor and outdoor events of all types. Guests are given the unique opportunity to explore and contribute to the ever-evolving story of Mexican and Mexican American culture in Los Angeles just steps from where it all began.View Rental Space
LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes honors the past, inspires the future, and recognizes the enduring cultural influence of Mexicans, Mexican Americans and all Latinas/Latinos in Los Angeles through transformative exhibitions, programming and educational experiences.
Located near the site where Los Angeles was founded in 1781, LA Plaza's 2.2-acre campus includes two historic and newly renovated buildings (the Vickrey-Brunswig Building and Plaza House) surrounded by 30,000 square feet of public garden.
LA Plaza is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Federal Tax ID# 75-3059288
LA Plaza is an official project of Los Angeles County and a Smithsonian Affiliate.