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La Galería @RILA

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Watch the video below featuring La Galería

The Traveling Puertas Now on Display

After you view this video, you can visit La Galería during open hours to see the commissioned door panels called "The Traveling Puertas" created by Stephannie Cames, Tamara Díaz, Rene Gómez and Pablo Youngs. Click here to read more about this exhibition

The current exhibition also features original art by Francisco Hernández

Below: These three pieces by Stephannie Cames (see below) are part of RILA's permanent collection. If you are interested in purchasing any of them, contact RILA.
  •  Abeden, The Twelfth Born | (2019) | 48x60 Oil on canvas | $770

    Abeden, The Twelfth Born | (2019) | 48x60 Oil on canvas | $770

  •  Yara, La Diabla (2019) | 48x60 Oil on canvas | $770

    Yara, La Diabla (2019) | 48x60 Oil on canvas | $770

  •  Elaine, The Brighter | (2019) | 48x60 Oil on canvas | $770

    Elaine, The Brighter | (2019) | 48x60 Oil on canvas | $770

La Tiendita @ La Galería

La Tiendita & Gallery Fall-Winter Hours: By appointment only.
Address: 209 Central St. Central Falls, RI 02863

What we sell: Prints, post cards, stickers created by local Latino artists.

Bilingual books, T-Shirts, mugs,
papél picado, jewelry, hand embroidered face masks (limited supplies).

Click here to see prices for items we have for sale.
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Support Local Latino Artists | Buy Local!
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La Galería @RILA and our Founder are featured in September 2019 issue of Rhode Island Monthly

If you don't subscribe, pick up a copy of the September 2019 issue of Rhode Island Monthly to read the story, written by writer Grace Kelly, about the beginnings of Rhode Island Latino Arts and La Galería @RILA.

If you like what you read and would like to support our work, send a
donation today!
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La Galería @Rhode Island Latino Arts | An Artists Collective

La Galería del Pueblo is located in Central Falls. It is a casa de cultura, the cultural space of Rhode Island Latino Arts, and located inside a beautiful colonial house that was built in 1900.

La Galería is an artists collective (the Rhode Island Latino Artists Network — RILAN) that is built upon trust and mutual respect. We strive to encourage support within the group and offer opportunities for artists to educate and share the Latino arts experience to segments of the population that otherwise might not have access to it. This is a place where local Latino established artists can exhibit and sell their work, offer workshops with fellow artists, mentor emerging artists and host networking events. Like RILA, La Galería serves as a bridge between Latinos and non-Latinos.

We host intimate and informal events such as artists talks, arts demonstrations, poetry readings and community conversations (
pláticas) that focus on Latinidad | Latin-American cultures. We also offer workshops or classes such as dance (Bachata), Latin drumming, sketching, and oral history workshops. During warm weather we host artists potluck gatherings in an open-air setting, behind our space.

Our gallery space features rotating exhibitions of original artwork by members of our Latinx artists network, all who live and work in Rhode Island.

For the general public: There is a reasonable fee to participate in classes or workshops offered by members of our Artists Network. At this time, we are not open to student group visits to our space.

For Artists: You may become involved by exhibiting your work or selling your work on consignment. We do not pay or charge artists to show or install their work — we are a collective and therefore your participation in La Galería is strictly on a volunteer basis and we are happy to assist with curating your work.

La Galería @RILA is the home of Nuestras Raíces: Rhode Island Latino History collection and archives and also Teatro del Pueblo performance space.

La Galería @RILA receives support from these local and national sponsors.

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Address: 209 Central Street | Central Falls, RI 02863
Hours: By appointment only | info@rilatinoarts.org

If you have not been vaccinated, we ask that you put on your mask before entering La Galería.