The First-Of-Its-Kind “Pop-Up” Museum

Promoting a greater understanding of Latino art, history, and culture, through exhibitions and community programs

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Current Exhibition

Yanga: Journeys to Freedom

Exhibit open until October 20, 2022

*Free Admittance and Parking

Fulfilling its 'pop up' programming vision, the first installment of the Latino Arts Project exhibition at the African American Museum, Yanga: Journey to Freedom, has served 6000+ students and visitors during the last school term and through various free community events.

Upcoming Exhibition

Yanga and the AfroMexican Experience

August 26 through October 16, 2022 at the Latino Cultural Center, 2600 Live Oak St, Dallas, TX 75204

*Free Admittance and Parking

We are excited to announce another separate exhibit for the fall school term at the Latino Cultural Center that will focus more on the historical aspects of Gaspar Yanga and offer a more extensive view of the little known AfroMexican experience, with study guide materials for students and visitors.

As we promote a greater understanding of Latino art, history, and culture - our mission is to continue the focus on increasing accessibility and programming for students by providing free admission and exhibiting in locations where public transportation is available and close to local universities and colleges in the area.

Different Venues, Same Mission

Latino Arts Project is designed to bring a greater understanding of Latino art, history and culture through multicultural exhibitions and community programs in partnership with local, national and international artists and institutions.

True to its intended “pop-up” museum experience, Latino Arts Project will resurface in different venues from time to time but with the same mission — to create a better understanding of the impact art has on community conversation and how that discourse then impacts art.

Latino Arts Project was founded in 2019 by Jorge Baldor.

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