JUN. 10 – JUL. 3, 2016


The Port to Learning Gallery at the Museum of Latin American Art presents Regeneration, an exhibition of functional objects designed and built by students from Wilson Classical High School's Spring Architecture class  in Long Beach, California.

Using wood sourced from used pallets, students constructed upcycled tables and chairs inspired by both architecture as well as their personal experiences.


José Ceballos

Oswaldo Corona

Alic Davis

Ryan Dowgiewicz

Edgar García Godoy

Anthony Daniel Gómez

Arturo González

Martín González

Robert Hernández

Carlos Jiménez

Guillermo Leon

Jeremy Medina

Mario Montes

Cristian Quiñónez

Amairani Radilla

Ed Rios Turcios

Jessica Roberts

David Rosendo

Jesús Torres

José Vásquez

Nicolas Vogel

Regeneration is organized by Jeff Jackson, Gabriela Martínez, and Nalini Elias.


The Port to Learning is a new gallery space committed to expanding visitors’ understanding of topics central to MOLAA’s mission through interactive gallery components and related educational programming. Coordinated by the MOLAA Education Department, this space presents a series of exhibitions and events, organized with the help of community members, that provide local artists and emerging curators—of all ages—a place for practice and inspiration, as well as the opportunity to explore museum careers through hands-on experiences.

Exhibition support provided by: