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Despite the fact that I come from an extremely artistic family (Dad – architect, Mom – graphic designer, Sister – painter), I know almost nothing about art. So it shouldn’t surprise you that I know even less about Latin American art. But if I did want to start learning about it, I’d probably head to the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, CA. It’s a non-profit organization that “educates the public through the collection, preservation, presentation and interpretation of modern and contemporary Latin American art in order to promote cross-cultural dialogue.” It was founded in 1996, and since then it has doubled in size.

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It’s kind of art to tell you about a museum that I’ver been to that covers a topic that I know nothing about. That’s why you should head over to the MOLAA website and start browsing around. They have a lot of info on their exhibitions online, so you can check out things like The Good, The Bad, The Ugly? and MEX/L.A.: “Mexican” Modernism(s) in Los Angeles, 1930-1985. What I think is cool about the Museum of Latin American Art is that it’s as much about the culture as it is about the art. There’s a more cohesive story behind their collections than you may find at other more generalized museums. So if you’re a big fan of Latin American art, you’ll probably want to take a look at MOLAA’s Jobs page. Right now they have a couple interesting positions including Assistant to Museum Registrar and Membership Manager (a little more experience required). Check them out and see if either interests you.

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