Hecho en Colorado
July 6, 2020 - January 10, 2021
In collaboration with History Colorado, see historically significant paintings, sculptures, textiles, and writings from Colorado’s Chicano/Mexican American community, including selections from up-and-coming artists as well as such prominent figures as Carlota EspinoZa, Carlos Fresquez, and David Ocelotl García. The Hecho en Colorado (Made in Colorado) exhibition honors the artistic achievements of the Latino community whose impact continues to shape Colorado culture.
The Hecho en Colorado Coloring Book
Send some love to Denver artists by coloring in their drawings specially made for you! Then submit your coloring page with your name and age by emailing us at:
The Hecho en Colorado Coloring Book includes drawings created by Colorado artists within the LCAC collection. This project wouldn’t be possible without artists who like us care deeply about your access to the arts while schools and cultural institutions are closed. We thank them for their support and everyone who is working together to provide relief for those in need. We hope we are able to put color back into your life by providing inspiration and comfort. Please consider leaving a donation to aide the "Hecho en Colorado" artists during this time.
We are Open by Appointment ONLY
The Latino Cultural Arts Center operates Hijos del Sol – located at 2715 W. 8th Avenue – a retail shop that seeks to expand the market for Latino hand-made artisan goods that could otherwise be lost. Hours of operation include every second Saturday of the month or book a private shopping appointment with Adrianna by calling 720-353-2233.