Questions and Answers
In 2022, the National Museum of the American Latino will open and operate the Molina Family Latino Gallery at the National Museum of American History. The 4,500-sq. ft. gallery will be the Smithsonian's first gallery dedicated to the Latino experience and Latino contributions to the United States. Visit the Molina Family Latino Gallery page to learn more.
The Latino Museum is developing policies and procedures to collect art, artifacts, or other materials. In the meantime, please call the Smithsonian main line at (202) 633-1000 to be connected to a Smithsonian curatorial department at the museum or archive best suited to assist with your material.
The National Museum of the American Latino focuses primarily on highlighting the U.S. Latino experience, ensuring that the contributions of Latinos in the history, art, culture, and scientific achievement of the United States are researched, documented, presented, and preserved.
The Smithsonian Latino Virtual Museum is a transmedia hub found on various online platforms. Please visit our Teaching & Learning Resources page for relevant resources.
Please visit the Internships and Fellowships page for opportunities available at the National Museum of the American Latino. See the Smithsonian Office of Fellowships and Internships for information about opportunities available at other Smithsonian museums and units.
Visit the Volunteer Opportunities page for more information. For other volunteer opportunities at the Smithsonian, please visit Volunteer with the Smithsonian.