Status The Smithsonian Latino Center remains temporarily closed. To view the status of the Smithsonian’s other museums and Zoo, visit si.edu/museums. Support the National Latino Gallery Donate about Support the National Latino Gallery Generous support from people like you will make the Molina Family Latino Gallery the first National Latino Gallery at the Smithsonian to showcase the U.S. Latino experience. Your gifts power our impact. Donate about Support the National Latino Gallery Latino History is American History Learn More about Latino History is American History The Molina Family Latino Gallery will tell U.S. history from the perspectives of the diverse Latinas/os who lived it. The first exhibition will uncover hidden and forgotten stories, connect visitors to Latina/o culture, and lay the foundation for understanding how Latinas/os inform and shape U.S. history. Learn More about Latino History is American History Celebrating Influential Latinos in American History Learn more about Celebrating Influential Latinos in American History Smithsonian Latino Center Presents Nuestra América: 30 Inspiring Latinas/Latinos Who Have Shaped the United States Nuestra América is an anthology that tells the stories of notable Latino figures such as pioneers Luis Álvarez and Sonia Sotomayor; artists Celia Cruz and Lin-Manuel Miranda; activists César Chávez, Sylvia Rivera and Emma González; and military veterans Olga E. Custodio and Macario García. Learn more about Celebrating Influential Latinos in American History Programs and Resources for Everyone Learn More about Programs and Resources for Everyone We use public and educational programs to teach the untold stories of Latinos in the U.S. and to increase awareness of and access to Latino collections and resources at the Smithsonian. We also offer public, family and educational programs, as well as online resources and bilingual teaching materials. Learn More about Programs and Resources for Everyone Events Exploring the Arts of Latin AmericaAugust 9, 2021 12:00 pm - August 9, 2021 1:30 pm From colossal Olmec heads to the paintings of Frida Kahlo, Aztec temples to Mexican murals, this survey of Latin American art sweeps through the centuries.