Latino Cultural Center Call for Artistic/Cultural Workshops Proposals

The Latino Cultural Center is seeking proposals from Dallas-based artists and arts organizations and/or, cultural producers for programming at the Center from November 2023 – September 2024.

The Center is looking for engaging educational programming that teaches community members artistic techniques while emphasizing Latino cultural traditions. The Center’s goal is to create free programming to the public. 

Proposals can range from a single workshop to a series of classes.

Preference will be given to Dallas-based Latino/a artists and organizations, cultural producers and/or individual artists that have worked at the LCC in the past with other museums and cultural venues in Dallas and North Texas.

Submission guidelines:
Please submit a minimum 150-word description with a fee proposal, including your workshop goals, intended audience, proposed teaching artist(s), and previous experience working with Dallas and regional Latino/a arts and cultural venues and/or organizations. 

For further questions email Jenni Berrios:

About the Latino Cultural Center:
As a division of the City of Dallas’ Office of Arts and Culture, the mission of the Latino Cultural Center is to serve as a regional catalyst for the preservation, promotion and development of Latino/a and Hispanic arts and culture. Designed by internationally recognized Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta, the 32,500 square foot facility features a 300-seat auditorium, two outdoor plazas, two gallery spaces, and a recently completed 5,200 sq. ft. multi-form theater space.

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