Our mission is to promote unity in the community by creating art, culture and communication bridges between the greater Knoxville and Latino communities and by encouraging education, participation and leadership.
Exciting news about the 21st HoLa Festival!
The HoLa Festival 2021 is tentatively scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, September 25th and 26th, at World’s Fair Park. Event subject to change given ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
El Festival HoLa 2021 está programado para el sábado y domingo 25 y 26 de septiembre en el Parque de la Feria Mundial (World’s Fair Park). El evento está sujeto a cambios debido a la pandemia del COVID-19.
6 Places to Enjoy Empanadas in Knoxville
HoLa Hora Latina regularly contributes to the Visit Knoxville blog. You can read the latest collaboration here:
7 Places to Enjoy a Tamale in Knoxville
HoLa Hora Latina regularly contributes to the Visit Knoxville blog. Read about the best tamales in Knoxville here:
First Friday April 2nd: "Life in Times of COVID" Group Exhibition
Join us for our next First Friday event, April 2nd 5 PM – 8 PM, with local and Latin American artists: Rafael Casco, Daniela Esrequis, Susana Esrequis, Delia Flores, Iván Soto, Natalia Kohen, Alexis Henríquez, María de la Orden, José Roberto, Héctor Saldivar, and RE Toledo. Click here to view the exhibit and here to view previous exhibits.
First Friday 2 de abril: "La vida en tiempos de COVID" exhibición colectiva
Información importante para la comunidad
Important information for the community
HoLa Hora Latina is thankful for the support from the East TN Foundation ArtsFund for their help in continuining to offer the community a Latinx cultural experience through Art, Music and Education.
ARTS FUND FOR EAST TENNESSEE
Due to the severe economic disruptions COVID-19 is causing to professional arts organizations in our region, East Tennessee Foundation is taking immediate steps to help these organizations survive. We cannot imagine East Tennessee without its museums, theaters, and performing arts.
Arts Fund 2020 grants will help ensure the continuity and sustainability of our region’s arts organizations by awarding emergency grants through a simplified and expedited application and process.
The Arts Fund for East Tennessee was established in 1986 to serve as a source of funds to support excellence in the arts, expand access to the arts, and connect artists with each other and with East Tennessee communities.
HoLa Hora Latina thanks the Central Appalachian Asemble ArtPlace Fund for its support in 2020-2021.