Founded in San Antonio in 1989, the National Association of Latino Arts and Culture is the nation’s only multidisciplinary Latino arts service organization. NALAC provides critical advocacy, funding, networking opportunities and professional development training to build the capacity and sustainability of the Latino arts and cultural field to sustain artists and arts organizations in every region of the country. NALAC advances the Latino arts field with a mission of advocacy, capacity building, technical assistance, and enhancing communications with and among the Latino arts and cultural community. NALAC’s constituency is a multi-ethnic, multigenerational and interdisciplinary community that includes thousands of artists and more than 750 not-for-profit Latino arts and cultural organizations located in urban and rural communities across the country. NALAC’s core programs include the NALAC Leadership Institute, the NALAC National Conference, Regional Arts Training Workshops, the NALAC Fund for the Arts (NFA), the Transnational Cultural Remittances (TCR) grant, the monthly eBoletin newsletter and the national Latino arts magazine El Aviso.