Latinas Unidas En Las Artes (LUNA)
LUNA is an artist collective creating dedicated space for Latine women and nonbinary artists through community engagement, art exhibitions, and collaborative projects.
Latino Arts Inc.
Latino Arts Inc. is the only Wisconsin fine arts institution dedicated to exclusively showcasing the works of Hispanic and Latine artists through a variety of programming. The organization is committed to sharing the rich heritage of the Latino community to a diverse, global audience.
Mauricio Ramirez Milwaukee Murals
Visual Artist Mauricio Ramierez has been painting the town for many years...literally. Adorning various Milwaukee buildings, his mural works include “Anything For SELENAS” in the Walker’s Point neighborhood, “Heart & Sol” located downtown, “Our Roots Say That We’re Sisters” on Marquette University’s campus, and “Frontline Heroes” in the South Side neighborhood.
Milwaukee Public Museum
You can truly travel the globe under one roof at the Milwaukee Public Museum, including its Pre-Columbian America and South & Middle America permanent exhibits. From the archaeological digs of Peru to the markets of Guatemala, there are many options to explore the cultures of Latin America.
Roberto Hernández Center
Located on the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee campus, the Roberto Hernandez Center has been serving Latine students and communities of southeastern Wisconsin for over 50 years. It’s mission includes academic services, Latine community outreach, and research key to Latine communities.
United Community Center
Founded in the late 1960s, the United Community Center is known nationwide for its affiliation with the United Way Organization and serves more than 18,000 residents of the Latino community per year with its wide range of social and educational programs and services.