Promoting a greater understanding of Latino art, history, and culture through exhibitions and community programs.
ABOUT LATINO ARTS PROJECT
Latino Arts Project is a non-profit organization, and the first-of-its-kind, pop-up museum founded by Jorge Baldor with Executive Director, Carlos Gonzalez-Jaime. This institution is designed to bring a greater understanding of Latino art, history, and culture through exhibitions and community programs. In partnership with world-class national and international institutions, the museum will feature rotating shows of Latin American and Latinx artists.
As part of our Educational Programing, we offer bilingual guided tours for schools and other groups tailored to their curriculum. Additionally, our monthly Art Voices Lecture Series is dedicated to the beauty and history of our unique exhibitions.
Every Sunday, the Latino Arts Project celebrates rich Latin American heritage by hosting free “Family Days,” honoring family interaction and education.
Mexican Modern Sculpture: A Study of the Artists
May 5 through September 22, 2019 – CLOSED
This exhibition illustrated the aesthetics movement in Mexico, known as Escuela Mexicana de Escultura or Mexican School of Sculpture.
Curated by María Estela Duarte, one of the greatest authorities in Mexican modern art, the inaugural exhibition features nearly 100 sculptures and numismatics from nine transformational artists of the first half of the 20th century, representing five different regions in Mexico.
Latino Arts Project is a multipurpose facility ideal for medium to large events. Our 6,500+ square feet venue is ideal for your next private or corporate event. Imagine hosting your next event surrounded by a sophisticated backdrop in a space enriched with a fine arts aesthetic.