Hostile Terrain ’94, An Immersive Telling of Border Crossing Stories, Opens Saturday, September 17

LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes presents Hostile Terrain ‘94: The Undocumented Migration Project, a multi-media exhibition that records the journeys and testimonies of undocumented migrants who attempt to cross the U.S./Mexico border. The exhibition opens on Saturday, September 17, 2022, and runs through July 9, 2023.   Hostile Terrain ‘94:

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LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes Announces its Pobladores Award Honorees for 2022 Taking Place on Thursday, October 13

LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes is pleased to announce its 2022 Pobladores Awards Gala, presented by City National Bank, honoring musical artist and entrepreneur Pepe Aguilar, media trailblazer Walter Ulloa, and City National Bank. The annual event will take place on the evening of October 13, 2022, at LA

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: Margaret Garcia, Night on Figueroa St, courtesy of the artist, © Margaret Garcia

Arte para la gente, The Collected Works of Margaret Garcia Opens July 22, 2022

Arte para la gente, The Collected Works of Margaret Garcia, a retrospective exhibition with more than 75 colorful artworks by pre-eminent Chicana artist Margaret Garcia, opens July 22 on the first-floor gallery at LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, where it will be on display for almost a year, through

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Cinco de Mayo Family Day Features Theatre, Music, Dance and More, May 1, 2022

Families with strong Mexican-American and Latino roots, as well as anyone eager to learn about Mexican-American culture and history, are welcome to attend the next Family Day organized by LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, dedicated to the true origin the celebration of Cinco de Mayo festivities in California.   “Cinco

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L.A. Memo, Highlighting the Contribution of Chicano/a Artists to American Art, Opens March 18

  In the 1970s and 1980s, Los Angeles-based Chicanas/os strove to scrutinize aspects of popular culture and advanced alternative narratives concerning race, gender, sexuality, and citizenship that were not represented within mainstream art practice at the time. These efforts are investigated in the new exhibition, L.A. Memo: Chicana/o Art from

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