Latino Art League of Greater Washington DC
Updated on 09/24/2019 7:20 PM
(Note: The September 12 reception has been cancelled)
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, the City & The Latino Art League (TLAL) of Greater Washington DC present an exhibition of multimedia artwork celebrating the group’s diverse talents. The exhibit is on display September 6 through October 28, 2019, at the Activity Center at Bohrer Park.
TLAL celebrates its fifth year exhibiting with the City. The League has a commitment not only to support artists in the DC Latino community, but to build artistic bridges with overseas Latin American communities. Departing from years past, curator Marco Cuba Ricsi has put together a show featuring more contemporary work rather than traditional, cultural work.
Founded in 2015, TLAL has created a variety of opportunities to expose and promote the art of its members, representing a sector of the population that had no specific representation previously. The League’s mission is to work in close partnership with local businesses, galleries, and government and state agencies, with a goal of promoting the development of artistic and cultural activities in their various forms. The vision of TLAL is to become the lead agency in providing the appropriate means for the promotion of Latino art in the metro area, highlighting the diversity of the Latino community through the participation of all its artists.
Please note that all images are copyrighted by the artist and most of the artwork is for sale.