Sharing a deeper understanding of Latin American arts and cultures.

ABOUT US

What is VLACC?

OUR MISSION
The Vancouver Latin American Cultural Centre Society (VLACC) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to contribute to the education and cultural legacy of all Canadians by exploring and sharing a deeper understanding of Latin American arts and cultures.

VLACC is the Vancouver Latin American Cultural Centre, a non-profit organization established in 2012 in Vancouver, B.C., Canada, that celebrates cultural diversity by sharing Latin American culture with all! We offer the opportunity to learn more about Latin American arts and culture, make new friends, contribute to your community, and have a wonderful time doing it!

Most of our programs are presented in English, and admission is often free. Our activities encompass concerts, visual art, author readings and discussions, youth activities, choral singing and more. Our dream of a Latin American Cultural Centre in Vancouver gets closer every day! We are working on building a physical hub for Latin American artists and audiences, to celebrate the increasing importance of the Latin American community in Canada.

Want to get involved?
Become a member, volunteer, or donate to support our vision of an inclusive, Latin American-centred space!

OUR VALUES

WELCOMING

We are open and approachable. We celebrate diversity and thrive at the intersection of cultural traditions.

COLLABORATIVE

We partner with arts organizations and independent artists, building relationships with living expertise.

CREATIVE

We nurture different thinking, value new ideas, and explore a broad range of artistic expressions.

INFORMED

We are a centre for cultural research and practice, working to better serve our many communities.

OUR VISION

Since 2012, VLACC has been systematically implementing progressive phases of planning towards the goal of creating a Latin American cultural centre a new physical creative hub centre for the work of Latin American artists and organizations, which recognizes the rapidly expanding cultural significance of the Latin American community in Canada.

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