Bank of America recently awarded MOLAA grant money, as part of their Art Conservation Project, to help restore four of their outdoor sculptures.
The free event, “De colores: A Black & Brown Conversation,” kicks off at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 23.
Each blood donation will be tested for COVID-19 antibodies.
The auction, completed Sunday, raised concerns in some corners that the local institution was suffering financially.
The family-friendly festival highlights the African influence in Latin America.
A former gang member turned English professor, one woman’s life of tragedy spun into goodness, these are facets of the stories told by MOLAA members who submitted essays on why they wanted to commemorate a life-changing experience with a tattoo.
INK: Stories on Skin presents the richness and tradition of tattoo art within a global context.
The VI World Forum of Mexican Gastronomy is taking over MoLAA to celebrate Mexica gastronomy through conferences, food tastings and entertainment in Long Beach August 17, 2018.
The four-day event, running from Aug. 16-19 at the Museum of Latin American Art near Downtown Long Beach, will, in the words of forum representative Blanca Arroyo, “summon the actors and factors that are concerned with the safeguarding of Mexican cuisine.”
The Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA)’s Barrio Baroque, to be a night of women-held space through their music, film, discussion and art, is inspired by the museum’s upcoming exhibition, Judithe Hernández: A Dream is the Shadow of Something Real.