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Museum of Latin American Art

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628 Alamitos Ave.
Long Beach, CA 90802

Los Angeles County
(562) 437-1689
info@molaa.org



The Museum of Latin American Art, housed in one of Long Beach’s history 1920s buildings, is a great family friendly museum. In addition to featuring numerous art exhibits, kids will love the “Play with Me” exhibit featuring interactive fun for kids 5-12. Check the calendar for regular events including family-friendly workshops, dancing, music, and other programs.

MISSION

The Museum of Latin American Art expands knowledge and appreciation of modern and contemporary Latin American art through its Collection, ground-breaking Exhibitions, stimulating Educational Programs, and engaging Cultural Events.

VISION STATEMENT

The nation’s leading museum of modern and contemporary Latin American art and culture.

We are Engaging
We are Unique
We are Intellectually Stimulating
We are Relevant to Diverse Communities
We are Alive with Culture!
HISTORY

The Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) was founded in 1996 in Long Beach, California and serves the greater Los Angeles area. MOLAA is the only museum in the United States dedicated to modern and contemporary Latin American art. Since its inception, MOLAA has doubled its size, added a 15,000 sq. ft. sculpture garden and expanded its permanent collection, ranging from works by Tamayo and Matta to Cruz-Diez, Los Carpinteros and Tunga.

The museum is located in the city’s rapidly developing East Village Arts District. Between 1913 and 1918 the site that the museum now occupies was the home of the Balboa Amusement Producing Company, then the World’s most productive and innovative silent film studio. Before there was a Hollywood, Balboa was the king of the silver screen, producing as much as 20,000 feet of negative film a week.

The building that was renovated as MOLAA’s Entertainment / Education / Special Event venue may have been part of the old Balboa film studio. MOLAA’s exhibition galleries, administrative offices and store are housed in what was once a roller skating rink known as the Hippodrome. Built in the late 1920s, after the film studios were gone, the Hippodrome was a haven for skaters for four decades. The building then served as a senior health center for fifteen years. The high vaulted ceilings and beautiful wooden floors were perfectly suited for the Hippodrome's final metamorphosis into the Museum of Latin American Art.



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