Finding aid for the United Latinos for the Arts, Los Angeles (ULA-LA) collection 0529
Marissa Chavez and Sarah Jardini for History Associates Incorporated
USC Libraries Special Collections
Doheny Memorial Library 206
3550 Trousdale Parkway
Los Angeles, California 90089-0189
Contributing Institution: USC Libraries Special Collections
Title: United Latinos for the Arts, Los Angeles (ULA-LA) collection
Identifier/Call Number: 0529
Physical Description: 4.25 Linear Feet 5 boxes
Date (inclusive): 1985-2010
Abstract: Collection consists of materials associated with United Latinos in the Arts, Los Angeles (ULA-LA).
Language of Material: English.
United Latinos for the Arts, Los Angeles (ULA-LA) was founded in 1985 by Eriberto Oriol and Angelica Gonzalez, graduates of the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) Leadership program. ULA-LA became a non-profit in 1986, with a mission to serve as advocates for the arts in Los Angeles, especially for art with social and historical commentary. ULA-LA offered exhibits, workshops, and educational lectures centered on a communal process to produce, exhibit, and discuss issues.
Collection consists of materials associated with United Latinos in the Arts, Los Angeles (ULA-LA). Materials include audio recordings, interviews, videos, clippings, exhibition flyers, and ephemera.
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Rights Statement for Archival Description
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[Box/folder no. or item name], United Latinos for the Arts, Los Angeles (ULA-LA) collection, Collection no. 0529, Boeckmann Center for Iberian and Latin American Studies, Special Collections, USC Libraries, University of Southern California.
This collection is unprocessed.
Subjects and Indexing Terms
Interviews (Sound recordings)