A MULTIDISCIPLINARY ARTS CENTER AND REGIONAL CATALYST FOR THE PRESERVATION, DEVELOPMENT AND PROMOTION OF LATINO AND HISPANIC ARTS AND CULTURE

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In partnership with the Dallas Mexican American Historical League, the LCC will continue its focus on local Mexican American History during Hispanic Heritage Month with a music history exhibit. From dance halls on McKinney Avenue (Little Mexico) in the 1920s to a music studio in downtown for Tejano musicians, Dallas’ Mexican American community has always celebrated the importance of music as an expression of culture. This exhibition will be the fifth local Mexican-American historical program developed by the LCC and the Dallas Mexican American Historical League. Exhibition and opening reception are free and open to the public.

September 8 – October 14, 2017
Opening Reception: Friday, September 8, 6-8 pm

 

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Latino Cultural Center

The Latino Cultural Center hosts more than 300 cultural events a year. In addition to producing an presenting an annual calendar of performing, visual art and educational programs, the Center offers unique opportunities for artists and cultural organizations to present their work.

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