Latino Art Museum


Enthusiastic volunteers are needed to help in all aspects of the Latino Art Museum's operations. Do you have talents, interests or passions that you'd like to share with us?

Volunteers are asked to make a commitment of at least 4 hours per month to assist with the Latino Art Museum's many activities.

Activities may include:

Answering phones - Greeting the public - Photocopying - Archiving - Art class preparations and more

Spanish or English volunteers are greatly needed.

The Latino Art Museum Pomona Art Colony is open to the public 

Thursday through Saturday, 3.30pm to 6.30pm

 4pm-9pm every 2nd. Saturday for Opening Reception & Pomona Art Walk.

 Last Saturday of every month 4pm-8pm

Pot-Luck, Music, Poetry and Artists Conversation

The Latino Art Museum is a non-profit organization created to promote the works of talented Latin American contemporary artists living in the United States. The Museum seeks to instill a sense of appreciation for Latino art in the minds and hearts of children and adults. The Latino Art Museum's exhibition and education programs are designed to create an understanding and appreciation of art while involving visitors in the creative process of making art.

For more information, please email

or call Latino Art Museum

 Thursday - Friday - Saturday 3.30pm-6.30pm

909.484.2618 - 909.620.6009

Dayana Flores 

Mt. Sac College



Elijah Jurado Damien

High School 



 Heidi Li



Ondria Rees 

Cal Poly Pomona


  Barbarade Rubin


Juliana Hernandez

 Estefania Sanchez

Carol Gorman


 Eric Zarazua