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MOLAA has taken a proactive stance to help the environment while it helps its own “bottom line” through the use of solar power, water-wise landscaping and printing its publications on FSC certified paper. “Now more than ever it is critical for all of us, including the museum community, to do our part to save the […]


Do you ever find yourself reminiscing about your childhood? Do you think about the childhood friends with whom you laughed and played with? Or maybe you think about old classmates and the teachers who not only taught you about school subject-matters, but who also taught you life lessons that have remained with you. Currently on […]


Things have been a little quiet here at molaa’s musings as we gear up for our contemporary Latin American art auction that is to be held on Oct. 18 and 19. There is something for everyone at this auction and I hope you can come and buy some art or do so via online. Some […]


MOLAA is featured on artdaily.org once again. This time they mention MOLAA Awards 08: An Invitational Juried Art Competition & Exhibition which is one of the museum’s most exciting programs. It invites mid-career and emerging Latin American artists from Mexico, Central and South America and the Spanish speaking Caribbean, to participate in a competition with […]


I’ve come across links to info I thought you’d all enjoy. Happy reading! *Interesting interview with art dealer, Ramis Barquet, who is respected and well-known in the Latin American and international art scene. *Want to find out who is impacting the current contemporary Mexican art scene? Read about some of Mexico’s brightest artists in this […]


Last Sunday, Cuban artist, Carlos Luna did a walk-through of his exhibition El Gran Mambo where he discussed and explained all the pieces on view. The walk-through was free and open to the public. Here he is discussing, El Gran Mambo, the central masterpiece which the exhibition is titled after.