Reservations must be made 24 hours in advance by filling out the attached form.
The fest sees more than 12, visitors each year and mariachis, authentic Latin sallas and artists are always on hand to promote and celebrate the vibrant Latino culture in Dallas. Gallery hours will be by appointment only during the run of the exhibition on Thursdays from 4 pm to 8 pm; Fridays and Saturdays from 1 pm to 5 pm.
No more than one given party will have access at the same dal,as and cleaning staff will be on-site to clean between appointments. These four artists have produced and exhibited worked extensively over the last quarter century and have occasionally collaborated in t local and regional projects.
Reservations will be for a minute block for up to 5 individuals in one household. You will receive a confirmation if the requested reservation is available or an alternate date and time. And don't miss a chance to check out the dessert and espresso menus at La Duni — the cuatro leches cake is award-winning for a good reason!
The vast of mouth-watering choices will keep you coming back for more. Stop by Gloria's, a trendy weekend spot thanks latinzs traditional Salvadorian dishes like huevos con platanos, an egg and fried sweet plaintains dish.
The center was founded in with a mission to introduce a sense of Latino pride through the study of traditional Mexican dance forms. Enjoy bilingual productions that speak to the local Latino community in Dallas and enjoy original plays and productions from Mexican-American writers.
Enjoy live performances latnias local organizations or take a look at their robust events calendar for salsa dance lessons, children's educational programs and holiday festivities. Anita N.
Cara Mia Theatre Company The first theatre in Dallas to focus on the Mexican-American stories through the performing arts, it continues to delight audiences with impactful plays since their opening in The center, founded in with the purpose of promoting the Latino and Hispanic art scene in Dallas, contains a diverse collection of painted works and sculptures and is a beacon for local Latino artists to display their work.
Temperature checks will be taken at the door.
A common thread in their artistic narratives is an interest in their ancestral past.