Eastside Arts Initiative Continues Supporting the Arts in Eastern LA County

The arts are needed now more than ever, and the Eastside Arts Initiative (EAI) is pleased to announce the latest grant awards to artists and arts organizations serving greater Eastern Los Angeles County. “Our community’s need for the arts has never been greater, and the EAI wants to continue supporting

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L.A History: A Mexican Perspective Finds a Permanent Home

In 2017, LA Plaza exhibited Uncensored: L.A. History: A Mexican Perspective, a viewing of a portable mural by Barbara Carrasco about the history of Los Angeles, at Union Station as part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA. It was the first time it was displayed in nearly 30 years. The exhibition’s

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LA Plaza’s Historic Paseo Walkway: A Pathway to History and Art

LA Plaza’s museum and outdoor campus continue to be closed as does a newly reopened aspect of our institution: LA Plaza’s Historic Paseo Walkway. After a months-long renovation, the Paseo Walkway was dedicated in late February. Besides serving as a pathway between Olvera Street and LA Plaza Village, the Walkway

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Keeping Us Connected: #LAPlazaAtHome

As we maintain our physical distance, LA Plaza’s website and social media channels are your cultural connection. We continue in our mission to tell the little-known stories of our community by regularly updating our website and Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube pages. That way, you and your families and friends

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A Message from our CEO John Echeveste

Dear Friends of LA Plaza, We fully recognize that our top priority in these uncertain times is the health and welfare of our LA Plaza familia – our staff and their family members, our vendors and performers, and our visitors. That’s why we are following closely the pandemic guidelines issued

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