explore a 1967 delivery truck featuring multicultural elements

The truck is a “rolling social sculpture” – an artwork and gallery that can move through the city to deliver art experiences.

Noé Olivas worked with dozens of people in the San Diego/Tijuana community to transform this 1967 delivery truck into a lowrider, which expresses his spirit of collaboration and commitment to bringing different groups of people together in art experiences.

Who Made This?

Noé Olivas was born in the Linda Vista neighborhood of San Diego and transforms everyday objects into works of art. This current project explores his interest in Mexican-American identity and his commitment to bringing people, cultures and objects together. Noé engaged dozens of people in the San Diego and Tijuana communities in the transformation of this 1966 delivery truck.


Accessibility Morning!

Join us Saturday, August 25th from 8:00am to 9:30am for a variety of high-sensory activities and designated sensory-break zones. Our Accessibility Mornings give special needs families the opportunity to explore the Museum with comfort and safety before the Museum opens to the general public. Register here!