Día de los Muertos Altares Exhibition
October 24th – November 10, 2023

The annual Día de los Muertos exhibition at the LCC is designed to celebrate the lives of passed loved ones. The exhibition invites community members, organizations, and artists to share their own unique altares. Visit our galleries or schedule a tour for this exhibition by the Dallas Community.

Coming soon …

Virgen de Guadalupe Art Exhibition

Dec. 2, 2023 – Jan. 5, 2024
Opening Reception:
6-8 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 2, 2023

The feast of the Virgin of Guadalupe is celebrated on Dec. 12th. According to tradition, the Virgin appeared to Juan Diego, a humble peasant, in 1531, on Tepeyac Hill just north of Mexico City, where there was an ancient temple dedicated to Tonantzin, a female Aztec deity connected to the earth and fertility. Tonantzin means Our Sacred Mother in the Nahuatl language. The Virgin of Guadalupe and Tonantzin continue to be associated symbolically in present-day Mexico and Latin America.

2023 will be the first time that this exhibition will be held at the LCC. In the past, the art show was on display at the Ice House Cultural Center, the Bath House Cultural Center, and the Oak Cliff Cultural Center. Jose Vargas has been organizing and curating this art show since 1992.

LCC Gallery Hours:
Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.


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



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