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LCAC Supports Indigenous Artisans Through Hijos del Sol's Retail Store

The LCAC operates Hijos del Sol, a gallery and retail shop that encourages and supports local and international Latino folk art and fine art and provides a revenue-generating source for artists and artisans. Artists will also have the opportunity to share information about their work by providing demonstrations, classes, and lectures about their work within the meeting and workshop space in the LCAC. At Hijos del Sol we work with Gloria the founder of Cielo Maya—a wholesale importer that brings a catalyst for economic development and humanitarian effort to support Mayan artisans in Guatemala. For the last 18 years, Gloria—a lover of the arts--has traveled to work with indigenous artists to d

Welcome Victoria Paige Gonzalez to LCAC

The Latino Cultural Art Center (LCAC) is pleased to welcome Victoria Paige Gonzalez, who joined our team as a Digital Marketing Strategist this month. Victoria will work to build brand awareness through website and social media management. This is Victoria's first client in her new venture as an independent cultural producer. Where she aims to work closely with Latinx based organizations and artists to advocate towards inclusive artistic communities. With four years of experience in non-profit art administration, Victoria has collected talents and leadership skills in cultivating creative spaces, collaborating with artists, and achieving organizational goals. She is originally from Houston

Revitalize, Not Gentrify: How Art Is Helping To Breathe New Life Into Denver's Sun Valley

As you may know the future of LCAC will be embedded in the Sun Valley neighborhood. Listen in while Stacy Nick from KUNC interviews, Adrianna Abarca, the Founder and Board Chair of LCAC. “The changes that are coming, I just know they’re good changes,” said Saenz, a single mother of two. “And probably five years from now -- maybe 10 -- it’s not even going to look the same. It’s going to be showcased in a good way, not a negative thing anymore. Positive. Prosperous.” - Lisa Saenz, Sun Valley resident Click below for full article and audio: Revitalize, Not Gentrify: How Art Is Helping To Breathe New Life Into Denver's Sun Valley The former location of Ready Foods will be renovated into the Lati

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