Latino Cultural Center
2600 Live Oak
Dallas, TX 75204
January 19 - March 24, 2018
"JUNTXS: A Border Arts Symposium invites new approaches to considering the politicized yet liminal space of the borderlands through the use of film, comics, printmaking, and textiles." The show includes works by Analise Minjarez & Sarita Westrup, Teresita de la Torre, Caitlin Diaz, Mustang Jane, Zeke Pena, Killy Joy & Mazatl.
An exhibition featuring works by art professors from the Dallas County Community College District’s campuses. Artists include: Mary Becker, James Behan Du Chau, Chong Chu, David Connolly,...Read More
A show of works by Dallas artist Roberto Munguia.
An exhibition honoring Octavio Medellin, founder of the Creative Arts Center of Dallas. This show will feature works by Medellin as well as pieces by artists he...Read More
An exhibition of works by Dallas-based artists Francisco Moreno and Arthur Peña. This show has been in the works since 2012.
A multi-media exhibition recounting the experiences of local Latino veterans and their families.
Proudly self-taught, The “Ugly Duckling of the Dallas arts scene,” calls his hybrid geometric painted sculptures “spiritually technological.” for him, they’re a manifestation of the...Read More
An award-winning illustrator, David Díaz has created work for numerous books for children including: Smoky Night by Eve Bunting, which was awarded the Caldecott Medal;...Read More
The annual Maestros Tejanos series features the work of Margarita Cabrera, who first became known for her soft-sculptures of commercial products such as coffeemakers and...Read More
Seven North Texas Latino photographers aim their lenses at Santiago Calatrava’s new Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Including works by Sibylle Bauer, Gabrielle Castañeda-Pruitt, Maria Rosa Jaral,...Read More
Way to go Benito!! Huerta is being recognized as a Maestro Tejano by the Latino Cultural Center for his profound contribution to the arts.