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Arizona Latino Arts and Cultural Museum

  • Fabulous Latino arts collections
  • Colorful art at the Arizona Latino Arts Museum


Arizona Latino Arts and Cultural Museum


Title: Arizona Latino Arts and Cultural Museum
Date: 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday – Saturday
Price: Free Admission Every Day – Donations accepted
Highlights: The Arizona Latino Arts & Cultural Center offers visitors unique expressions of Latino
life via its Galeria 147 art gallery, gift shop stocked by local artisans & live performances.
To initiate a campaign and strategy to create the first Latino Cultural Center in Phoenix.
To establish effective Latino arts network for artists, arts organizations, advocates and activists:
and offer professional training, communications, capacity- building and technical support.
To advocate for resources, funding, and political and financial empowerment of Latino artists and
arts organizations.
To provide art resources to Arizona’s educational system.
To instill an entrepreneurial ethic and standard of prosperity among Latino artists and art
To foster communication, collaborations, education and understanding between Latino and non
Latino artists, art organizations, media and communities
GALERIA 147 Galeria 147 is our main exhibition space. Galena 147 is curated by the ALAC Visual
Arts Committee that is comprised of veteran artists and art educators.
La Tiendita, ALAC’s gift shop, offers one of the most unique shopping opportunities in downtown
Phoenix the collection varies from original works of art by Arizona artists as well as arts and
crafts from Latin America. Works for sale include sculptures, masks, paintings, photography,
jewelry, as well as wearable art, Mexican music, crosses, cookbooks, posters, post cards, and
greeting cards, prints, pinatas, jewelry, colonial art, folk art, papel picado, accessories for a
classroom or your home (magnets, mugs, Tshirts, etc.), ceramics, Day of the Dead merchandise,
CD’s by local musicians, instructional DVD on how to dance Salsa, books on the history, culture,
and art, and other pieces of literature.

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Call 602-254-9817
Come visit us! 147 E Adams St, Phoenix, AZ - 85004,US

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