A new exhibit is expanding Latino representation at History Colorado.

“Hecho en Colorado” (Made in Colorado) features more than 40 artists from Colorado’s Chicano/Mexican American community.

“A lot of these artists are now in their late sixties and early seventies, and it’s important to honor their dedication to their crafts and to community,” said Adrianna Abarca, founder of Denver’s Latino Cultural Arts Center (LCAC).

The cultural center collaborated with History Colorado to create the show, which is on display until January 10 at the History Colorado Center in downtown Denver.

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