Help LA Plaza Preserve L.A.’s Latino History!

You can help can preserve the legacy of one of the leading figures of California history, Governor Jose Figueroa, who served during Mexican rule from 1833 to 1835, by writing the Los Angeles City Council, urging them to keep Figueroa Street intact.     LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes

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A New Year’s Message from John Echeveste, CEO of LA Plaza

Dear Friends of LA Plaza We started the new year full of hope, promise and change. We were sobered by the cataclysmic events which took place in Washington DC. We take a deep breath, and move forward. No need to recount the calamities of the past months. We can only express our

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Pedro Puentes Joins LA Plaza as Curatorial Intern

Pedro Puentes is a curatorial intern at LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, assisting with research for the permanent exhibition LA Starts Here! He is a second-year History Master’s student at California State University, Northridge (CSUN) where he is studying Latinx, Chicanx and U.S-Mexican history by way of the American

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Construction Begins on LA Plaza Cocina

LA Plaza has completed all architectural work and has begun construction of LA Plaza Cocina, the first museum and teaching kitchen dedicated to Mexican cuisine. The 2,500-square-foot facility is part of LA Plaza Village, the 355-apartment and retail project at 555 N. Spring St., and is slated to include a

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“Carlos Almaraz: Evolution of Form” in 3D

Explore an interactive virtual tour of our most recent exhibition, “Carlos Almaraz: Evolution of Form” via a recently acquired, state-of-the-art Matterport Pro2-3D. Walk through our galleries from anywhere on your favorite device and view the artworks and stories of the renowned Chicano artist. Enjoy the 360-degree views of the exhibition

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