“I Am: New Afro-Latinx Narratives,” is the latest online art exhibit on display at the Museum of Latin American Arts, which features artwork and interviews from Afro-Latinx artists.
MOLAA and Long Beach African American Cultural Center host virtual event about Afro-Latinx experiences
“De colores: A Black and Brown Conversation” featured panelists from the Afro-Latinx community to discuss history and identity as part of the 2021 Afro-Latinx festival. The event aimed to begin building community and understand the experiences of Afro-Latinx members.
“HERland: Women Artists from the MOLAA Collection” is a virtual exhibition that features artwork that touch on themes of race, gender, equity and empowerment, all created by women.
Linda Vallejo discusses her work “Make Em’ All Mexican,” “The Brown Dot Project” and more at the Museum of Latin American Art’s Zoom artist talks.
From International Women’s Day to a vegan food festival, the Daily Forty-Niner wrapped up the next 72 hours in Long Beach.
The documentary, co-directed by Almaraz’s widow, Elsa Flores Almaraz, tells all about the artist’s personal demons and struggles.
Artists showcase their pieces of work to celebrate Latin culture and Day of the Dead. The display will be available until Nov. 10.
The Somos Arte Music and Art Festival was held at the Museum of Latin American Art over the weekend The festival celebrated Salvadoran music and artwork as well as provided exposure to local artists.
The Afro-Latinx Festival at the Museum of Latin Art featured live music, ethnic dances, arts and crafts, food trucks and booths all geared to educate and celebrate people who identify as Afro-Latinx.
Latinx culture is as much a part of California as the beaches are. The Museum of Latin American Art is blending fashion and Latinx culture into one with Ink’d: A Runway Show on Saturday, Sept. 22. The event has never taken place at the museum and will include four Latina[Read More…]