Upcoming Exhibition Hecho en Colorado Opens July 6

The Latino Cultural Arts Center &

History Colorado Present

Carlos Sandoval (San Luis Valley, CO). "La del Valle." Painting on canvas

History Colorado Ballantine Gallery 1200 N. Broadway - Denver, Colorado All work on view Courtesy of the Abarca Family Collection July 6, 2020 - January 10, 2021 Open to History Colorado Members July 6 Open to the Public July 7 10 am - 4:30 pm History Colorado's capacity is now limited and a timed ticket is required for entry to the History Colorado Center. All ticket purchases must be made in advance either online or over the phone, 303-866-2394. Ticket purchases will not be available onsite.

Member Admission

General Admission

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. Presented in collaboration with History Colorado, Hecho en Colorado honors the artistic achievements of a community whose impact continues to shape Colorado culture.

Vea pinturas, esculturas, textiles y escritos históricamente importantes provenientes de la comunidad chicana/méxicoamericana de Colorado, incluidas selecciones de jóvenes artistas prometedores, así como de personajes destacados como Carlota EspinoZa, Carlos Fresquez y David Ocelotl García. Hecho en Colorado (Made in Colorado), una presentación en colaboración con History Colorado, honra los logros artísticos de una comunidad cuya influencia sigue dándole forma a la cultura de Colorado.

Cal Duran (Denver, CO). "Casa Bonita". Ceramic


Carlota EspinoZa (Denver, CO), "Frida". Painting on canvas

RSVP for Cafecito

The LCAC will host regularly scheduled small-group Cafecitos that grant exclusive access and a tour led by Adrianna Abarca. Groups will need to register in advance. Larger virtual events with artists discussing their influences and experiences will also take place via Zoom and Facebook.

En esta sala estaremos organizando Cafecitos en grupos pequeños periódicamente que le darán acceso exclusivo a los grupos que se registren con anticipación. También ofreceremos eventos virtuales para grupos grandes vía Zoom y Facebook con la presencia de artististas que hablarán sobre sus influencias y experiencias.

Armando Silva (Greeley, CO). "La Niña que no Tengo". Painting on canvas

Hecho en Colorado Exhibition Artists Lalo Delgado, Cal Duran, John Encinias, Victor Escobedo, Juan Espinosa, Carlota EspinoZa, Javier Flores, John Flores, Carlos Fresquez, Juan Fuentes, Ernie Gallegos, Miguel Gandert, David Ocelotl García, Joaquin Gonzáles, Miguel González, Quintin González, JOLT, Ramon Kelley, Karma Leigh, Lu Liñan, Josiah Lee Lopez, Arlette Lucero, Stevon Lucero, Dan Luna, Sofia Márquez, Emanuel Martínez, Adrian Molina, Norbeto Mojardin, Tony Ortega, Lorenzo Ramirez, Manuel Ramos, Abi Rosales, Daniel Salazar, Ana Marina Sanchez, Carlos Sandoval, Carlos Santistevan, Armando Silva, Zoots by Suavecito, Leo Tanguma, Lorenzo Trujillo, and Jerry Vigil

Arlette Lucero (Denver, CO). "Ix Chel". Painting on canvas, 2019

Hecho en Colorado Coloring Book 22 Original Drawings by Local Artists

"The Hecho En Colorado Coloring Book Connects Locals with the Past and Present of Latino Culture" (303 Magazine)

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