Latino Center of Art & Culture

Richard Falcon of the Latino Center of Art & Culture joins host Ray Tatar this Wednesday.

Founded in 1972, Latino Center of Art and Culture is a multi-disciplinary cultural center and public space serving the Sacramento community by offering Latinx programming, art education workshops, and a community gathering place.  Along with the LCA+C

The Sacramento Artist Corps is a collaborative of three arts organizations (The Latino Center of Art and Culture, Teatro Nagual, and Teatro Espejo) putting artists to work during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The mission of the Latino Center of Art and Culture is to foster the artistic, economic and cultural development of Sacramento’s Latino community by presenting, exhibiting, and providing excellent artistic programs and services to artists, organizations and families. In this way, they actively seek social justice for marginalized and underrepresented Sacramento communities.

LCAC is a center of cultural pride, self-governance, self-expression and community empowerment through the arts. Tune in to Live Wire this Wednesday to hear more.

For More Information:

Watch on Comcast or Consolidated Communications  cable Channel 17, AT&T U-Verse Channel 14, Apple TV (look for the “Cableasccess Sacramento”) and Roku (look for the “Cablecast Screenweave” green/white icon, then “Access Sacramento”).  Replays are Thursdays at 8:30pm. Remember to like our Facebook page