Afrolatinidad en la Bahia de San Francisco ¡PRESENTE!
Reflects the experiences of Afro-Latinos living in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Closing Reception: Friday, March 3rd 6pm-8pm
Anna Lisa Escobedo
Ave Ameenah Long
Carmen Melendez Lugo
Mason Jairo Olaya-Smith
Maga RinconGallery Admission Fee: $5Exhibition Dates:February 5 – March 3rdClosing Reception: March 3rd 6-8pmGallery Hours:Tuesday-Friday: 2pm-8pmSaturdays: 12-5pm*Group reservations and special tours by appointment.Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org…
Dichos de Mi Padre
Opening Reception: Saturday, February 4th 2pm-5pm
Featuring artist: Javier PérezGallery Admission Fee: $5Exhibition Dates:February 4 - March 12thClosing Reception: Sunday, March 12th 2-5pmGallery Hours:Tuesday-Friday: 2pm-8pmSaturdays: 12-5pm*Group reservations and special tours by appointment.Contact: email@example.com
Saturday, December 3rd from 3 pm to 6 pm$20 includes fashion show admission, one cocktail, and hor d'oeuvres.This is a one day show that includes live models featuring quality fashion period designs by renown fashion and costume designer Mario…
August 12th - October 14th
Tuesday - Friday: 2pm - 8pm
Saturday & Sunday: 11am - 4pm
For group reservations, appointments or guided tours please send request to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Reception: October 14th from 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Join us to bid farewell to the Mayan Kings with a closing reception
that will include an evening of musical performances, dancing, food, drinks, and the artistic legacy of our indigenous…
- Closing Weekend: Friday, July 22nd - 24th, 2022
- $5 Admission to Screening
- Gallery Admission *free
- Tehuana Documentary Screening Times:
- Friday, July 22 - 7PM
- Saturday, July 23 - 2PM
- Sunday, July 24 - 2PM
Join us for the final weekend of Diego Huerta Photography: Indigenous Colors, Beauty, and Tradition. This is your last chance to view the beautiful documentary, Tehuana, in our historic theater!
Limited spaces available for Opening Reception and screening. We encourage you to reserve your space early.
¡Únase a nosotros para la proyección y recepción de apertura de Tehuana! Diego Huerta Fotografía. Colores, Belleza y Tradición…
Closing Reception & Video Release Party
- Sunday, June 12, 2022 from 5 to 8pm
- Historic Theater and Gallery
The parade may be over but the celebration continues!!
MCCLA's after-Carnaval video release party will be happening during the closing of the Carnaval exhibit. We will watch the making of our contingent and the parade performance. There will be food, dancing and drinks. Please come in costume and run the routine one more time!
If you didn't participate in the contingent this year, wear a costume from a previous year.
MCCLA has been a part of Carnaval San Francisco since its inception in 1979 when some of MCCLA’s instructors were involved in its planning. Carnaval San…
Join us at the historic landmark Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts Gallery on Friday, June 10th from 6-9pm for Closing Reception that honors and centers Black, Indigenous, BIPOC, Two Spirit, Trans, Queer Community 'Cultura Cura' Artivists. Come see artwork that heals and bridges the queering process of artists from New York, Florida, Los Angeles, Modesto, Oakland, Sacramento, Woodland, West Sacramento, Vallejo and the beloved SF Mission District. Curated by Jennifer Andrea Porras.
This exhibit celebrates the in person return and gathering of LGBTQIA individuals and supporters who have remained together through the challenges and losses experienced during the last two years of the pandemic.
El Amor nos mantendra junto
Esta exhibición celebra el regreso en…
About This Exhibition
- Main Gallery (2nd floor)
- $5 Admission
- Up until May 6, 2022
- Gallery hours: Saturday from 10:30am to 2pm, Tuesday through Friday from 3pm to 8pm.
- Private and group tours by appointment: email@example.com. School tours available by appointment.
The “Solo Mujeres” exhibition has been a tradition at The Mission Cultural Center since 1987. This year we are inviting Artists from across the Bay Area to share their work with MCCLA and the communities we serve. The show will be a collection of work from Artists of all ages and career stages and celebrate the importance of Women’s voices in the Arts.
Exhibition Coordinator: Dr. Martina Ayala