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Mission Statement


Incorporated in 1973, Self Help Graphics & Art is the leading non-profit visual arts center serving the predominantly Latino community of Los Angeles. Self Help Graphics' mission is to develop and nurture Latino artists in printmaking. Self Help Graphics seeks to advance Latino art broadly through programming, exhibitions and outreach to diverse audiences in East Los Angeles and beyond. Self Help Graphics seeks to identify and engage young and emerging artists from the community in all aspects of its activities.


39th Annual Dia de los Muertos Celebration

On November 2, participants, many of whom paint their faces as Calaveras take part in a public procession where life size calaveras, personal and family items are carried and offered to the deceased family members at a large Community Altar. The procession and traditional blessing kicks off a festive celebration with arts, craft and food vendors, musical performances, face painting, and children's art workshops. Over 7,000 guests enjoy a community gathering that celebrates community, life and death.


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Would you recommend Self Help Graphics & Art?

by Jessica R. (2017-11-06 11:08:00.0)
As a hispanic women that wanted to get closer to her customs and traditions. This place definitely helped! I enjoyed working with the people around me!