Located in the heart of downtown San Antonio’s historic west side, our National Center for Latino Arts and Culture stands as a vibrant celebration of the music, dance, theater, art and history of the Latino peoples in the United States.
The Alameda Theater — filled with signs and symbols of the 50+ years it brought the greatest Spanish-language talents to its stage and screen — is now being restored as a full-time pan-Latino performing arts center. It will work in partnership with the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing
Arts. The projected opening date is late 2005.
The Alameda’s Museo Americano will be the newest landmark in San Antonio’s historic Market Square. The museum will present exhibits that explore the many sides of Latino art, history and culture in America. It will work in association with the Smithsonian Institution. The projected opening date is February, 2004.
Cuba Mia tells the story of a group of Cuban Jews who embark on a mission to Cuba through the Jewish Solidarity Foundation. The journey turns into something magical as the group is transported back to their homeland, an island that has hardly changed in the forty years they have been gone.