• Día de Muertos: Festival of Altars

    • Monday, November 2, 2020
    • 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm
    • Live on MCCLA Facebook, Instagram and YouTube
    • Suggested Donation $5 to $10
    This year 2020, Marigold Project in collaboration with Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, presents a virtual tour that will show the creation dedicated to the ancestors through the 5 elements, and 5 altars in the vision… Read More
  • Barrio Manouche Online Concert

    • Friday, October 23, 2020
    • From 6 pm to 7 pm
    • Free online concert
    • Live on MCCLA Facebook, Instagram and YouTube
    Desde la Cueva del Jaguar! Enjoy our musical productions with local bands from your home!! Barrio Manouche is a jaw dropping perfect blend of Flamenco, Gypsy Jazz, and more. With members from Spain, Quebec, France, Brazil and California,… Read More
    Barrio Manouche Online Concert
  • 23 Minutos + Invitadx Especial: Anais Azul

    • Thursday, October 22, 2020
    • From 6 pm to 6:23 pm
    • Free online event (donations welcome!)
    • Live on MCCLA Facebook and YouTube
    Poetry will be in spanish, la poesía será en español. La belleza en palabras! Third Season! 23 Minutos + con Adrian (23 minutes with Adrian) is a project that brings poetry to your home, in an easy… Read More
    23 Minutos+ Poesía Con Adrian: Anais Azul Invitadx Especial
  • 23 Minutos + Invitado Especial: Mario Bellatin

    • Thursday, October 15, 2020
    • From 6 pm to 6:23 pm
    • Free online event (donations welcome!)
    • Live on MCCLA Facebook and YouTube
    Poetry will be in spanish, la poesía será en español. La belleza en palabras!

    Third Season! 23 Minutos + con Adrian

    (23 minutes with Adrian) is a project that brings poetry to your home, in an easy… Read More
    23 Minutos+ Poesía Con Adrian: Mario Bellatin Invitado Especial
  • 23 Minutos + Invitado Especial: Roger Santivañez

    • Thursday, October 8, 2020
    • From 6 pm to 6:23 pm
    • Free online event (donations welcome!)
    • Live on MCCLA Facebook and YouTube
    Poetry will be in spanish, la poesía será en español. La belleza en palabras! Third Season! 23 Minutos + con Adrian (23 minutes with Adrian) is a project that brings poetry to your home, in an easy… Read More
    23 Minutos+ Poesía Con Adrian: Roger Santivañez Invitado Especial
  • Manuel Palos Sculpture Documentary – Online Premiere

    • Friday, Oct 2, 2020
    • 6:00 PM
    • Free!
    • Live on MCCLA's Facebook and YouTube
    First documentary, of our series of art and culture in San Francisco and the Bay Area, focused on the trajectory of the Master Sculptor Manuel Palos and his daughter Alejandra Palos, also a sculptor, share their experiences, challenges and learnings with us. An inspiring story.… Read More
    Manuel Palos Documentary
  • 23 Minutos + Invitada Especial: Teresa Palazzo Conti

    • Thursday, October  1, 2020
    • From 6 pm to 6:23 pm
    • Free online event (donations welcome!)
    • Live on MCCLA Facebook and YouTube
    Poetry will be in spanish, la poesía será en español. La belleza en palabras!

    Third Season! 23 Minutos + con Adrian

    (23 minutes with Adrian) is a project that brings poetry to your home, in an easy… Read More
  • Special CityWide Event: San Francisco Celebrates Latino Heritage

    • Wednesday, September 30, 2020
    • From 5 pm 6:30 pm
    • Free on Zoom (Requires registration)
    Join us via Zoom as we celebrate "Siempre Unidos!" a Latino Heritage Month celebration hosted by the San Francisco Mayor’s Office. This year’s special event will be held via zoom and include an amazing program including a blessing by Danza Azteca, and include a… Read More
  • Recordando a Mestre Carlos Aceituno

    • Sunday, September 27, 2020
    • 2:00pm
    • Free
    • Via Zoom
    Connect with us on Sunday, September 27th at 2:00 pm via zoom as we remember the life and legacy of Carlos Gilberto Aceituno, founder of the award-winning Fogo Na Roupa samba performance company and a master of the capoeira martial art form. This special collaboration between Fogo Na Roupa and… Read More
    Recordando a Carlos Aceituno