March 15, 2019
The Latino Art Project, The Mexican Consulate, and First Security Bank presents "Sin Fronteras," an art auction benefiting Seis Puentes. Seis Puentes, a local non-profit Hispanic outreach organization, is located in North Little Rock and offes a variety of adult education classes.
Participating artists include Luis Saldaña, Luis Atilano, Lourdes Valverde, Martin Flores, Isaac Helguera, Charles Degollado, Inex Valdes, Elias Robledo, and Lisandra di Liberto.
March 16 - May 13, 2018
Like birds of a feather that flock together, the artists of this show, despite their different backgrounds, nationalities and cultures, are "flocking" together to bring a wonderful exhibit of bird art.
"Flock Together" will open at Core Brewery in North Little Rock, AR on March 16th and will be on display until May 13th.
Participating artists include Becky Botos, Luis Saldaña, Jake Jackson,Courtney Ford, Gregory Moore, Damon Warbritton, Daniella Napolitano, Luis Atilano, Jesse Nelson, and Cameron Holland.
October 7 - November 6, 2016
"Indígena" is a group exhibit that celebrates the Native cultures of the Americas. The show will be on display at the Argenta Gallery from October 7th through November 6th..
Participating artists include Sergio Valdivia,Sabrina Zarco, Bobby Von Martin, Michelle Moore, Mark Clark, Susie Henley, Sheree King, Debby Hinson, and Vickie Hendrix-Siebenmorgen.
Viva La Mujer
April 13 - May 9, 2016
Who among us hasn't been influenced for the better by a strong woman? This exhibit strives to celebrate the better half of our society through the work of female artists and/or female subjects. These works, done in a variety of exciting mediums, will inspire you to celebrate the amazing women in your life.
This exhibit will be on display at the Argenta Gallery in North Little Rock, AR. Participating artists include: Lisandra T. di Liberto Brown, Lilia Hernandez, Kesha Stovall, Virmarie DePoyster, Luis Saldaña, Jeannie Rodriguez-Stone, Steve Rockwell, Blanca Guerra, Eduardo Luna, Luis Atilano, Daniella Napolitano, Luis Arellano, and x3mex.
The Latino Art Project’s Gallery Event
September 17-18th, 2015
Thirteen Latino artists participated showcasing their art in the first exhibit held by the Latino Art Project.