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LATEST NEWS

The event will livestream on LCAC's homepage on January 27th, 2021 @ 1pm.


REGISTER HERE

 

The Latino Cultural Arts Center, along with our partners at the Biennial of the Americas, the Denver Art Museum, Emerson Collective, History Colorado Center, and the Village Exchange Center,

proudly invite you to join us for a special conversation about art and immigration.

The event has been rescheduled from January 19th to January 27th at 1pm allowing more time

to gather feedback from the community and to create a high quality stream presentation. 

Buy tickets to experience Carne y Arena, closing January 30th>>

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HISTORY

Our history begins in the North Side of Denver with the family of a Mexican immigrant and an Irish American who founded an industrial food processing company in Denver in 1972. They became the largest patrons of Latino arts in the region by supporting their artist friends across the city and the Americas.

From housing the Abarca Family Collection to our collaborations and programs, the LCAC is committed to harnessing the creative economy by putting its transformative power in the hands of Artists + Families +  Youth + Educators.

OUR

MISSION

To Advance and Elevate the Artistic and Intellectual Contributions of Latinos 

OUR

VISION

Art experiences that Inspire Justice

OUR

VALUES

  • Imaginative Excellence
    We aspire to be exceptional anywhere
    and everywhere. 

 

  • Cultural Courage 
    We co-create across differences, inspiring solidarity and
    collective action. 

 

  • Collective Impact
    We create structural changes that connect families, neighborhoods, artist studios, classrooms, businesses,

    and service providers.

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VALUES

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OUR

CULTURAL CAMPUS

The LCAC Cultural Campus will span the Sun Valley and La Alma neighborhoods and become a model for sustainable cultural development.

 

We started in 2018 with Hijos del Sol, an award-winning gift shop that expands the market for Latino hand-made artisan goods that and keeps

money in our communities.

 

We are working to open an intergenerational and interdisciplinary community arts program called

“Las Bodegas” (or warehouses).

Want to get involved in community arts programs that tackle social injustices? Looking to expand your creative side

by taking art classes & workshops? 

 

At the LCAC, you will discover endless opportunities

for experiencing the richness of Latino cultures

through  sights, sounds, and tastes.

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 UNIQUENESS

The LCAC  values bridge the classroom, library, studio and the streets: Arts with a social conscience. Where creativity, excellence, grace and courage are at the intersection of identity, history and social justice.

We believe in ordinary people doing extraordinary things through art + culture + community development.

Art + History + Education are not something distant or that belong in a single institution; rather they personally live on through every dance move, brush stroke, and musical beat attuned to the rhythm of freedom and justice.

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Become a Champion of the LCAC by Making a Donation Today. Click Here>>

CONTACT US

720-353-2233

Info@LCAC-Denver.org

Mail

2645 W. 7th Avenue, Denver, CO, 80204

Office Hours

Monday-Friday, 9:30am-5:30pm

Hijos del Sol 

2715 W 8th Avenue

Open by appointment only

Monday-Sunday, 11am-4pm

We are wheelchair accessible 

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