Exhibitions

Gallery exhibits, featuring the work of local and regional artists, rotate every few months.

                           

Gallery

Guidelines for Viewing Exhibitions in Person

The Latino Cultural Center is starting a gradual reopening of its gallery programs with limited days and hours of operation.  The gradual reopening allows our center to prioritize health and safety while we contemplate further steps to resume regular operations in the near future.

We are excited to safely welcome guests into our venue and to share our current exhibition.

Quetzal Quatro: Genaro Hernandez, Juan J. Hernandez, Samuel Torres and Jose Vargas
Through March 13, 2021
Gallery hours:
Thursday & Friday 4-8 pm
Saturday 12-8 pm

The LCC continues its focus on local visual artists featuring the work of these Dallas-based Latino, Mexican-American and/or Chicano artists. A common thread in their artistic narratives is an interest in their ancestral past. These four artists have produced and exhibited worked extensively over the last quarter century and have occasionally collaborated in joint local and regional projects.

Making Appointments

Appointments to view the artwork in person are mandatory.  Individuals without a confirmed appointment will be turned away.

Make Your Appointment:

Gallery Visit Request Form 

Appointments cannot be made for same-day visits.  Please consider making your appointment at least one or two days in advance.  Please send form to jessica.trevizo@dallascityhall.com.

After filling out your form, you will receive a confirmation that your request was received.  Please do not visit the center if your appointment was not confirmed by our staff.

Please contact the staff as soon as possible if you need to cancel your appointment.

Health and Safety

Our center’s priority is to provide a safe environment for our visitors and staff using guidelines that can potentially limit and mitigate the effects of COVID-19. For the health and safety of visitors and staff, the following requirements and measures have been established:

  1. There is a limit of up to 5 people in the building per visit.
  • Be prepared to arrive at the center on time.  Although visits are scheduled in 30-minute slots,  visitors who are late for their appointments will not regain their lost viewing time and they will need to leave the gallery if the next scheduled group of patrons has arrived for their visit.
  • Visitors will only have access to the exhibition spaces, lobby and restrooms.  Other parts of the building, including staff offices, will be off-limits.
  • Visitors will use the front lobby entrance to enter and exit the building.  In case of an emergency, the other exits can be used.
  • All visitors, ages two and up and staff are required to wear protective masks that conform to CDC recommendations at all times while in the building.  Hand sanitizer will be available at the check-in table. 
  • Food and beverages are not allowed in the building.
  • Visitors must observe physical distancing of 6 feet with the staff and with individuals outside of their party.
  • The staff will clean common touch points before each visit.
  • Patrons who have tested positive for COVID-19, or those who suspect that they have been exposed to an individual with the virus or are feeling ill must cancel or postpone their visits.
  • When guests have completed their visits, the staff will walk them to the exit and limit unnecessary access to other parts of the building.

By making their appointments, guests agree to follow all of these safety directives.  The center staff will ask any visitors who fail to comply with these safety guidelines to leave the facility. Click to Learn More