The Museum of Latin American Art is now recruiting docents for upcoming training in March. We seek individuals who are enthusiastic about working with the public, dedicated to lifelong learning, and committed to enriching others through art. Join us for our Docent Orientation Mix and Mingle to learn more about the program.
Become a MOLAA Docent!
If you have a passion for art and a willingness to share it, become a docent at the Museum of Latin American Art. The MOLAA Docent Guild is a dynamic organization that aspires to make modern and contemporary Latin American and Latino art meaningful and accessible to student and adult groups through interactive tours. To learn more about the program, join us at the Docent Orientation Mix & Mingle Brunch.
In this round table discussion, MOLAA invites prominent Chicana influencers in the fields of…
Celebrate the holidays at MOLAA and immerse yourself in classic Mexican Christmas traditions! Enjoy a live Pastorela performance, participate in activities and art workshops based non Las Posadas and savor traditional Mexican holiday snacks like tamales, champurrado and much more! Peruse hand-made crafts created by local vendors and pick up a last-minute gift at our museum shop!
As MOLAA closes the Día de los Muertos exhibition Beyond the Earth and the Sky, we collaborate with Warner Bros. to present 'Fantastic Alebrijes’, vivid and whimsical wooden alebrijes that were handmade by artisans in Oaxaca, Mexico as a re-imagining of the creatures featured in the upcoming film Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. The second of five all new adventures in the Wizarding World created by J.K. Rowling, the film arrives in theaters nationwide on November 16, 2018.
What is the difference between a Collector and a person who has tattoos? In this round table discussion, MOLAA invites tattoo collectors and artists to share their views on the growing popularity of tattoo collecting. We will also discuss the unique relationship between tattoo artists as patrons and their clients turned artists, and address the novelty of these collector’s bodies becoming, in a sense, travelling exhibitions for a tattoo artist.
Welcome the return of the spirits and make butterfly banderitas with us at this special Día de los Muertos workshop for kids! Engage in hands-on art making activities to celebrate Day of the Dead. All materials will be provided. This is a drop-in workshop. Space is limited! Free for children 12 and under.
Celebrate and honor loved ones by making a Mini Nicho with us at this special Día de los Muertos workshop for kids! Engage in hands-on art making activities to celebrate Day of the Dead. All materials will be provided. This is a drop-in workshop. Space is limited! Free for children 12 and under.
Come make Sugar Skull Masks with us at this special Día de los Muertos workshop for kids! Engage in hands-on art making activities to celebrate Day of the Dead. All materials will be provided. This is a drop-in workshop. Space is limited! Free for children 12 and under.
Explore Día de los Muertos, a vibrant celebration of life and loved ones at MOLAA's annual family festival! Learn more about this cultural tradition through art workshops, live performances, gallery tours, face painting, food and unique craft vendors. Día de los Muertos attire strongly encouraged - Come dressed as a calavera!
Catch internationally acclaimed tattoo artist, Roxx give a tattoo live at MOLAA as part of the INK Exhibition. Watch Roxx tattoo on Vannia as we direct your questions to Kari and our participant.
Luis J. Rodriguez explores how the imagination, creativity, and the arts can help transform communities in turmoil, conflict, or uncertainty. Order is not the next step after chaos—creativity is. For indigenous people, everything in nature is governed by the supreme regenerating principle of the universe, what is called feminine and masculine energies. This is the key binary code of life. However, most don't know that in nature the feminine leads, the masculine follows. In a patriarchal, bottom-line society everything is turned on its head. Luis teaches how this plays out in all aspects of the arts and activism. There is no implementation without imagination.
A night for educators! MOLAA’s Education Department presents information and projects on Dia de los Muertos, and provides classroom resources on Judithe Hernandez: A Dream is the Shadow of Something Real and Ink: Stories on Skin. Participate in hands-on projects and meet other local teachers! Space is limited, RSVP is required. Reserve free tickets by calling 562-437-1689.