The Bay Area Arts Crisis Navigator
The Bay Area Arts Crisis Navigator is a recurring email newsletter providing a carefully curated set of resources and advice for artists and small arts organizations to help them find their way through the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
These emails will include:
- New funding sources for individuals, nonprofits and businesses
- Guidance like "how to" guides or contextualizing articles
- Lists compiling resources specifically for our cultural sector
To help make sure that these resources reach their intended audience, I’m asking for your help in spreading the word. Can you please let artists, art workers and small arts organizations in your network know about the Bay Area Arts Crisis Navigator by sharing this email with them or by using the social media templates below?
We hope to reach our target beneficiaries directly by having them sign up for the Bay Area Arts Crisis Navigator email here: bit.ly/
I hope you and your loved ones are weathering this storm, and finding time to support and love each other. I miss being in our Bay Area arts community together, but can’t wait to spend time with you alone together soon.Best,
Happy New Year 2020!
As we close 2019, we can’t help but reflect on the satisfaction of the work done, and on those experiences that challenged us beyond expectations, making us better and stronger. 2019 was certainly an “intense” year in our Barrio, impacting so many, and turning so many others in support of community preservation, respect, and demands for justice. A shout out to all those groups, businesses and agencies who stood strong, advocating and serving despite finite resources.
MCCLA stepped up to the plate, becoming a stronger community anchor, increasing the number of artistic and cultural collaborations, and affording more opportunities for emerging artists. Space and resources were facilitated to the ever flowing individual and collective artistic expression. A diverse, multicultural and multigenerational audience expanded our local and cultural networks, and children continued to be our main focus.
At this time we THANK YOU and our MCCLA family and friends who participated, volunteered, and financially supported our classes, workshops, exhibits, and performances throughout the year. We hope to continue this valuable partnership in 2020 and in years to come. Wishing you all the best of the Holiday season and of the New Year. Que viva el arte y la cultura!
Jennie E. Rodriguez
Happy New Year 2019!
Thank you for your support, sponsorship or attendance in 2018 to Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts (MCCLA)'s:
- Art Classes and Workshops
- Cultural Calendar
- Dia de Los Muertos Celebration
- Cultural Artistic Performances
- Tertulias Literarias Book Club
- MCCLA’s Carnaval SF Contingent
- Multicultural Arts Summer Youth Program (MAS)
- Mole Tasting Contest
- Mission Gráfica Print Making Studios
- Gallery Exhibits
- Space Rentals
- Mission Music San Francisco (Youth Band)
2018 was certainly a great year at MCCLA! MCCLA Board and Staff thank our extended family of artists, collaborators, participants and supporters. We wish you happy holidays and a New Year full of wonderful surprises, love and peace.
El 2018 fue ciertamente un año maravilloso en MCCLA! La Mesa Directiva y el Personal agradece a nuestra familia extendida de artistas, colaboradores, participantes y contribuyentes. Les deseamos una felices pascuas y un nuevo 2019 lleno de agradables sorpresas, paz y mucho amor.
We invite you to continue your support of MCCLA in 2019!
¡Los invitamos a continuar su apoyo al MCCLA en 2019!
MCCLA would like to thank the family and daughters of Jose Saucedo, who passed in June 2018, for their generous donation of musical instruments and equipment.
Jose Saucedo, a long time community musician and artist, was a long time participant of the Center's programs, Carnaval SF and several other Brazilian and Latin bands for whom he played his bass. Jose so loved the Center that he expressed his interest months before his passing, and made significant his generous contribution. Heartfelt thanks to Jose's daughters Gabriela and Juliana. On July 29th, a Memorial for Jose was held at MCCLA by family, fellow musicians and friends. Through love, friendship and music, Jose Saucedo brought the community together and left his love in our hearts.
September 19th, 1942
May 29th, 2018
René Yañez, visual artist, co-founder of Galeria de la Raza, mentor of many artists, and great collaborator of Mission Cultural Center, passed away on Tuesday, May 29th at 75 years old.
Hewill be always remembered by the MCCLA Family not only for events like ROOM FOR THE DEAD in 1997 and many other participations but also as a friend, community activist with a creative and active mind, defender of spaces for the arts and a cultural institution in San Francisco's Mission District.
Rest in peace artist Rene Yañez.