Etla 24 is the home-studio of the artist Pablo Sierra. The house was built in the 1930s and recently remodeled by the artist. In the 1940s, the writer Francisco Tario organized artists' gatherings attended by personalities of the time, such as the bullfighter Manolito, and the writer Octavio Paz. The latter recorded his voice for the first time, declaiming the poem Niña en Etla 24. That recording exists in the national record library. Today, the house is home to a community of creators from different disciplines who use the space as a home, a meeting place and an art studio.