Launched on September 7, Latino Cultures in the US is one of the largest digital collections of Latino art, culture, and history.
Google has collaborated with about 50 institutions, including the Smithsonian Latino Center, UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, California State Archives, and Miami Dade College. The collection features more than 2,500 pieces of art through 90 exhibits. The exhibit was created by the Google Cultural Institute and is titled Google Arts & Culture: Latino Cultures in the US, and showcases collections such as “Celebrating our Latinidad”, “Freedom Tower, Tower of Hope” and “Nuestra Historias: African Presence in Mexico”.
“The Latino Cultures in the US” exhibit debuted in time for Hispanic Heritage Month. Hispanic Heritage Month begins Sept. 15 and continues through Oct. 15.
The Google Arts & Culture: Latino Cultures in the U.S. exhibit will be available online all year. Head on over to Google to view the entire exhibit.