The Latino Cultural Art Center of Colorado (LCAC) welcomes Joyce Sanchez, who joins our team as Programs Coordinator, where she is supporting the development of our programs. Joyce Sanchez began her career more than 20 years ago predominantly in the Denver Metro area. As a native of Southwest Colorado, her passion for serving the community runs deep. She worked diligently for several years directing a mentoring programming for underserved youth, families and communities of co
Colorado has long been home to brave individuals that have taken up the fight for civil rights – not just for Chicanos and Latinos but for all. As leaders in the cultural arts, business, and education, they have used their voices to shed light on the untold stories about struggle and resilience in our communities. The history of the LCAC is rooted in a long genealogy of proud Latinos that have pledged their time, talent, and treasure to build a cultural campus unlike anything
Letter from Director of Programs Dear LCAC community, It is an honor and a privilege to be able to introduce myself as the new Director of Programs for the Latino Cultural Arts Center of Colorado. I was born on the west side of Denver to a Mexican immigrant family, where I went through the public-school system. After graduating from South High, I attended Colorado College where I majored in political science and Spanish literature. Before joining the LCAC team, I was a Ph.D.
Who are you? I am from Maracay, Venezuela. I moved to the U.S. in 2009 to pursue a Ph.D. but due to the current regime’s persecution, my family and I made Colorado home. After living in Colorado for the past 10 years, I have become an advocate, mover, and shaker in the Latino communities, working with, engaging and mobilizing the under-represented, starting with kids in Middle and High Schools to whole families along the Colorado Front Range. I am a business owner; NeocomProm
Who are you? Carlos Martinez, a LCAC Board Member and Executive Director of Latino Community Foundation of Colorado. What cultural impact have you had in your community? Art and culture play a critical role in helping people find their identity and anchors one to their traditions, heritage and values. I am fortunate and grateful to play a role in the art and cultural landscape of my community. What are you looking forward to the most about the future of LCAC? I am most inspir
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 expe