Latin American Cultural Center of Queens
Building Multicultural Bridges for a United Ethnic Mosaic
The Latin American Cultural Center of Queens, Inc. is a comprehensive, countywide, incorporated, nonprofit organization for Hispanic art and culture created in 1993. The Center's activities promote and develop pride in Latin American heritage helping Queens Hispanics integrate into mainstream American society.
We meet these goals through arts in education and cultural experiences which are free and open to the general public. This programming includes:
Career in the Visual Arts is an after-school program offered at ARROW Community Center in Astoria and the Renaissance Charter School in Jackson Heights.
The Center offers English as a Second Language and U.S. Citizenship Test preparation courses.
Sunday to Remember is a cultural and recreational program for individuals and families held on the last Sunday of the month.
*Special Events including special artistic performances such as the celebrations of Women’s History Month, Hispanic Heritage Month, Las Posadas and Three Kings.