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  • Cruz Diez

    Carlos Cruz-Diez at the University of Houston

  • Blaffer

    Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston

  • Detention Nation

    "Detention Nation", Sin Huellas, The Station Museum of Contemporary Art

  • Luis Jimenez

    "Fiesta Dancers", Luis Jimenez at the University of Houston

  • Daniel Anguilu

    Wall at the Lawndale Art Center, Daniel AnguilĂș. Photo credit: Alex Barber

  • Daniel Anguilu

    Daniel AnguilĂș at The Station Museum of Contemporary Art

  • Art Car Museum

    Art Car Museum, Houston

  • Sawyer Yards

    Sawyer Yards, Houston

  • Art League Houston

    Art League, Houston

  • Harry Gamboa

    "Illusions of Urbanscape", Harry Gamboa Jr., CounterCurrent at the University of Houston

  • CAMH

    Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston

  • Gonzo247

    "Houston is Inspired" Mural, Gonzo247

  • El Rincon Social Houston

    El Rincon Social, Houston

  • Daniela Antelo

    "Intersections and Interactions on Language", Daniela Antelo at Lawndale Art Center

  • Pepe Mar Detail

    "Parco Dei Mostri", Pepe Mar at DiverseWorks (detail)

  • Pepe Mar at DiverseWorks

    "Parco Dei Mostri", Pepe Mar at DiverseWorks

  • Love And Madness Lawndale

    "Between Love and Madness" Mexican Comic Art from the 1970's, Lawndale Art Center

  • Love and Madness Lawndale 2

    "Between Love and Madness" Mexican Comic Art from the 1970's, Lawndale Art Center

  • Love and Madness Lawndale 3

    "Between Love and Madness" Mexican Comic Art from the 1970's, Lawndale Art Center

  • Moroles

    Jesus Bautista Moroles, Police Officer Memorial, Buffalo Bayou Park

LAN! will engage Houston's Latino communities. Artists, community leaders, businesses, and non-profits from Pasadena to Cypress, The Washington Cultural District to East Houston, and including activated exhibitions in Third Ward, Second Ward, the East End, the Museum District, and elsewhere. This major event will redefine the Latino Arts in Houston.

LAN! is the only Latino-led cultural event of this scale in Houston’s history. LAN! is Latino-founded, Latino-run, and Latino-focused – Unlike any other such event in Houston or nationally.

To find out more about Latino Art Now! please click the following link.