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After moving into our new space in 2022, we aspire to unite
our literary arts programs under one roof by 2025.

Through community-based partnerships and collaborations over the last six years, we’ve been able to plant books as seeds and watch them grow from mobile book cart to store front. We intersect values found in the literary and contemporary arts with community engagement and social practice. As nourishment, we currently have three spaces: LibroMobile, Crear Studio and a hybrid Barrio Writers program for youth. The next  step in our growth and movement is to enhance our presence in the region by obtaining a space to nurture and establish as a brick-and mortar museum and cultural center for-and-by the BIPOC community in Orange County.

Will you join us?

Be a part of a new movement, a cause to prioritize local BIPOC in the arts. The past few years have demonstrated how meaningful literarature & the arts are in our diverse community.

Small Donations
We welcome tax-deductible donations of any size or amount. Gifts of $5 or any amount receive a thank you in our newsletters, website &/or social media.

y Más Donations

Incentives in this tax-deductible donation level include naming recognition and newsletters, website and social media.

¡Muchas Gracias!


A luchador for LibroMobile and books, art y la comunidad.

Prefer to mail a check? Please email us for a direct mailing address.

As LMAC, we are currently making efforts to share with you how our business and non-profit community efforts work hand-in-hand. Through our fiscal agent partnerships and as a hybrid non-profit organization (NPO), we provide FREE arts programming via our collaborative projects: Barrio Writers, LibroMobile and Crear Studio. Until then, feel free to ask for programming details and funding information, they are provided upon request, just email us!
Are we a non-profit? Yes and no, we are a hybrid NPO that functions as self-sustaining community model with a non-profit fiscal agents/sponsors: Red Salmon Arts in Texas and MA Series Arts in California for local grants. So, yes, we can provide tax receipts. Just ask us for one, click here.

As a self-sustaining community model, LibroMobile is comprised of several volunteers and contracted local artists and youth. We use profits to pay contracted youth and emerging artists and provide stipends to guest writers and local artists, always prioritizing local artists of color. For more information, read Our Story.

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