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I really enjoyed the exhibits although I'm not sure I understood them all which isn't unusual for any art. As I approached the building there were some men playing music/instruments out of a car which seemed a little unusual and somewhat unapproachable but I went...More
Originally structure was water tank that was converted to Center promoting range of dance, art, music, etc programs relating to indigenous people. Outside murals decorate this round building. Inside there is a large mural celebrating the history of La Raza Unida. Mural was completed about...More