In 2013, MOLAA provided 52 free community days, 15 live music concerts,12 free salsa classes, 6 free family festivals and 24 art lectures to the community.
Help us keep the momentum going on this #GivingTuesday and make a donation. Any amount, small or large helps us.If you donate $100 or more, you will receive a newly-designed MOLAA tote bag. We sincerely appreciate your support!
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Image Credit: Katrina d’Autremont, La Mesa, from the Si Dios quiere series.
La terraza de mi abuela =)
19 Ways to Be Part of the Arts on #GivingTuesday |The Getty Iris -
December 3 marks the second annual #GivingTuesday, started last year by the United Nations Foundation and the 92d Street Y to celebrate the spirit of generosity by balancing days of giving thanks and getting deals with one for giving back. If the arts feed your spirit throughout the year, how can you support them on #GivingTuesday? We put our heads together and pooled 19 simple ideas to be an arts philanthropist.
Give back to the arts on Giving Tuesday using one of the 19 ideas from this amazing list made by the Getty!
Join us this Saturday, November 23 at 7:00pm at The Collaborative for the opening of Fault Metaphors. This exhibition explores issues such as immigration, the neglect of the Mexican State in relationship to projects of social housing and the immigration crisis that Mexico suffers. The Collaborative is located at 421 W. Broadway Ave., Long Beach, CA 90802.
Join us this weekend beginning Friday at 7:00pm for our Chilean independent film series, El Otro Chile. Free with paid Museum admission Friday and Saturday. Admission is free on Sunday.
Make a donation, add your name to our roll of dedicated supporters and help us with our 2014 programs. Support ART, YOUTH and COMMUNITY!
"Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life." - Pablo Picasso
One of the most prominent and innovative artists of the 20th century, Pablo Picasso was born on this day in 1881 in Málaga, Spain.
Held in the highest regard during his lifetime, he is celebrated for his lengthy and prolific career working in several modernist idioms, as well as for co-founding Cubism. In 1973, Picasso died in Mougins, at 92 years old, and is renowned today as one of the pioneering and most influential forces of 20th-century modernism.