2600 Live Oak St Dallas TX 75204 Phone: 214.671.0045 Fax: 214.670.0633
Visual and Performing Arts
The Latino Cultural Center hosts a wide range of multidisciplinary events for diverse audiences. Art exhibitions rotate every few months, and the sculpture collection features works by esteemed artists Luis Jimenez and Jesus Moroles. Cine en el Centro is a film series program featuring the best in popular and avant garde Spanish language film.
The Oak Farms Dairy Performance Hall theater is kept busy with the best in theater, music, and dance performances, and the courtyard is often used for vibrant cultural festivals celebrating everything from Dieciseis de Septiembre to Las Posadas.
Target Second Saturdays
Join us on the second Saturday of every month for family-friendly activities celebrating Latino arts and culture. Come in for one hour, or stay the whole day! Each Target Second Saturday is a little different, with bilingual storytelling/theater, dance, music, and craft workshops, and family films. Admission is free; please check the event calendar for specific Saturday activities.
Thriving Minds Summer Camp
The Latino Cultural Center is excited to announce its partnership with Big Thought's Thriving Minds program and Cara Mia Theatre Co. for the 2013 LCC Summer Arts Camp! This year, the camp will take a multidisciplinary approach to examining art, culture and history in Dallas.
This summer camp is for middle school students entering the 6th, 7th, or 8th grades during the Fall of 2013.
Students will be participating in theater, dance, creative writing and film/photography with a final public performance at the end of the camp. Along with this variety of classes, students will be taking multiple field trips to art and culture centers in DFW. Students will also be provided with lunch and a snack during their time at the LCC.
The LCC's Summer Arts Camp will be held June 17– June 12 with a final performance on July 13th,Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at the Latino Cultural Center (2600 Live Oak, Dallas, TX 75204).
The Latino Cultural Center will be accepting a limited number of applicants for this free summer program.
Please download application from links below.
Admission is not guaranteed. Applicants will be selected through committee and will be informed by Tuesday, June 4, 2013.