• I Am Why: Reclaiming the Lens – Virtual Exhibition and Panel Discussion

    • Virtual Opening: Monday, March 8, 2021 6 to 7:30 pm
    • Panel Discussion: Friday, April 9, 2021 6 to 7 pm
    • Free on our website, Facebook and YouTube!
    • Runs through April 9th

    "Watering the Seeds: Organizing and Creating Paths for Young Women to Lead"

    Join us on Friday, April 9th for a Q & A and panel discussion. Live… Read More
    I Am Why: Reclaiming The Lens
  • Bailando se alegra: movimientos de resistencia

    • Friday, January 15, 2021
    • 6 pm to 7 pm
    • Free Admission
    • Live on MCCLA Facebook and YouTube
    Exhibition and Dance by Pablo Jimenez. This exhibition will showcase the lives and stories of Bay Area artists and familias; the bailarines who are dedicated to movement and who for one reason or another trust in their dancing heart. Dancers continue… Read More
    Bailando se alegra: Movimientos de resistencia
  • 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
  • The Collection: A Print Retrospective of Sólo Mujeres Show

    • Virtual Gallery: coming soon on our social media!
    • Dates TBA
    This collection and exhibition showcase the visual culture developed around one of the most iconic exhibits at MCCLA, Sólo Mujeres Show. The viewer is invited to travel in time through the prints created, as support and response to the resistance of women in art, in our printmaking studio,… Read More
    The Collection: A Print Retrospective Of Sólo Mujeres Show
  • 33rd Sólo Mujeres Exhibition 2020: Mujeres Con Faldas de Serpientes y Talones de Águila

    • Virtual Opening Night: Friday, March 13, 2020
    • Tune in to WATCH PARTY: 6:45 PM to 9 PM on our social media channels
    • Closing Reception: April 25, 2020
    Curated by Dr. Martina Ayala and inspired by the writings of Gloria Anzaldua, our 33rd Annual Sólo Mujeres Exhibition features 50 Nepantlera artists from the U.S. and Mexico. This exhibition… Read More
    Mujeres Con Faldas de Serpientes y Talones de Aguila (Women with serpent skirts and eagle talons)
  • #MyHomiesAreMyHeroes: For The People

    • Reception: Saturday, February 8, 2020
    • 6 pm to 10 pm
    • Main Gallery
    • $7 Admission
    • Exhibit dates: February 6 to 21
    #MyHomiesAreMyHeroes: For The People is an art exhibit curated by artist and activist Nancypili Hernandez. This exhibit is an installation of works and process techniques by 40 local heroes and sheroes. Bay Area artivists who have fought for… Read More
    My Homies Are My Heroes
  • Manos del Mundo: Art Exhibition

    • Unveiling mural: Saturday, January 16, 2021
    • 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm
    • Exhibition: December 4, 2020 to January 20, 2021
    • MCCLA Lobby
    • Online premiere on MCCLA Facebook, Instagram and YouTube
    • Free!
    Art exhibition and performance by Adrian Arias, curator. Hands of the World is a portrait of visual expressions of more than 100 hands from people all over the… Read More
    Manos del Mundo
  • Juan Serrano

    • Friday, November 8, 2019
    • 6 PM to 8:30 PM
    • Ch'in Kana Exhibit Space (3rd Floor)
    • Free Admission!
    • Runs through: November 25th

    MCCLA’s Arts Education and Outreach Department is proud to present the work of Juan Serrano, a cultural worker, artisan, and teaching artist. Serrano will exhibit his own artwork, jewelry created from… Read More

    Juan Serrano
  • Day of the Dead 2019: Cultivando Tiempo

    • Opening Celebration & Fundraiser: October 18, 2019
    • Day of the Dead Celebration: November 2, 2019
    • Main Gallery, Theatre, Lobby & Outside
    • From 2 to 11 PM
    • $5 to $10 Sliding Scale
    • Exhibition runs through: November 16th
    The Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts is pleased to announce the 2019 Day of the Dead exhibit, Cultivando… Read More
    Day of the Dead 2019 Cultivando Tiempo