The mission of the Latino Cultural Center (LCC) is to serve as a regional catalyst for the preservation and development of Latino and Hispanic arts and culture through bilingual programs, educational activities, festivals, and most especially though varied art exhibitions. Presenting approximately 6-8 exhibitions yearly, the LCC is committed to enriching and empowering local and regional visual artists by supporting them with space for exhibition, assistance with marketing, and engagement with community, and funding.
In addition, the LCC looks to accompany selected exhibitions with programming that include but limited to artist led workshop and guest lectures. The LCC Gallery aims to present a diverse range of artistic approaches, mediums, and voices that highlight our Hispanic/Latino heritage through both contemporary and traditional mediums. The Oak Cliff Cultural Center is a division of the City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture.
Gerardo Robles, General Manager of the Latino Cultural Center, serves as the primary curator for the LCC galleries. Exhibition proposals from artists and curators are accepted and reviewed for inclusion in the programming. Curators and artists should consider the aesthetic strengths of their work and how it will provide an opportunity for the community to engage with relevant topics and diverse ideas. Proposals will be accepted through July 30, 2023