LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes is very excited that Los Angeles County is now in the red tier in the state’s reopening blueprint! This will allow museums to reopen at limited capacity. We are awaiting final guidelines from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Healthto assure that we
LA Plaza joins the country in saluting the legacy of Congressman and civil rights crusader John Lewis of Georgia. Congressman Lewis was a brave and courageous warrior for racial justice who gave his every being, physically and mentally, to the cause of civil rights for all Americans. LA Plaza’s founding
The renovation of our ‘front door’ entrance on Main Street was completed on December 25, 2019 with the installation of a lit blade sign attached to the southeast corner of the Brunswick-Vickrey Building. The 15-foot sign spans the fourth floor and was paid for with funding from the California Natural
The LA Troka team was on site December 2019 at Rose Hills Memorial Park in Whittier for dedication of the new Our Lady of Guadalupe mausoleum area. Staff members Erika, Liza and Alondra assisted guests in using a metate to make fresh tortillas and to make corn husk flowers.
LA Plaza’s #GivingTuesday campaign surpassed last year’s total by about five times! This year’s total reached $5,125 from 24 donors and was matched on a dollar for dollar basis by SoCalGas for a total of more than $10,000! A global celebration of giving, LA Plaza’s Development and Marketing team worked