• 30th Annual Day of the Dead Exhibition: Ofrendas para las ánimas

    • Dates: October 1 to November 19, 2016
    • 2nd Floor Galleries
    • $2 admission
    Ofrendas para las ánimas (Offerings for the souls) features artistic ofrendas by: Amelia Berumen, Anita De Lucio, Aurelio Melchor Pimentel, Bryan Perez, John Martinez & family, Julia Rivera, Lillian Botello, Manos Creativas, Marco Razo, Nancy Ledesma, Orlando de la Garza, Regina Meredith Fitiao, Susana Gomez,… Read More
    Ofrendas Para Las Animas
  • Deep Blue Sea: String of Pearls

    • Opening: Wednesday, August 3, 2016
    • From 6 to 9 PM
    • Main Gallery (2nd Floor)
    • $5 Admission
    A painting, drawing and sculpture exhibition by The North Star Artists and artist friends. The Deep Blue Sea: String of Pearls will provide a positive and fresh experience of Pacific cross-cultural contemporary art. The Deep Blue Sea: String of Pearls is an exhibit… Read More
    Deep Blue Sea
  • Mothers and Daughters in Art

    • Opening: Wednesday, August 3, 2016
    • From 6 to 9 PM
    • Inti-Raymi Gallery
    • $5 Admission
    • Runs through September 9, 2016
    The Prodigal Daughter and the Healing Mother: A mixed media collaboration between Peruvian born artists Mabel Valdiviezo and Bila Flores. This exhibit brings to light the multi-generational stories of a daughter, a mother and a grandmother through their… Read More
    Mothers and Daughters in Art
  • Tejidos (Woven)

    • Opening: Saturday, May 14, 2016
    • From 6:30 pm to 9 pm
    • $5 Admission
    • Main Gallery (2nd floor)
    Tejidos (Woven) is a mixed media collaboration between Chilean artists Ximena Soza and Cristian Muñoz, which combines fiber and paint in a large installation. This work uses weaving as a visual and symbolic representation of the social fabric, reminding us that the fight… Read More
    Tejidos
  • La Puerta en el Puente del Tiempo

    • May 13 to June 25, 2016
    • Intyi-Raymi Gallery (2nd floor)
    The Mural Puentes Project and MCCLA Present: La Puerta en el Puente del Tiempo Mission Cultural Center Mural Restoration

    A benefit Exhibition with Paintings by Carlos Loarca & Betsie Miller-Kusz

    San Francisco is a city of bridges, puentes, all connecting the land and water to the world… Read More
    La Puerta En El Puente Del Tiempo
  • 30th Sólo Mujeres Exhibition

    • Opens Wednesday, March 9, 2016
    • Runs through April 16, 2016
    • 2nd Floor Gallery
    • $2 Admission
    In commemoration of International Women’s Day the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts is having its 30th Sólo Mujeres exhibition. 30th Solo Mujeres participants: Thuy Linh Kang, Balitronica, Jessica E. Brown, Iris Ergul, Nancy Ledesma, Monica Alvarez, Bianca Nandzik, Ytaelena Lopez, Yolanda… Read More
    Solo Mujeres
  • Mexicanos al Grito de Guerra: We Didn’t Cross the Borders, The Borders Crossed Us

    • Opening: Saturday, January 16, 2016
    • 2nd Floor Gallery
    • Free Admission
    • Runs through February 13, 2016
    From the 16th of January 2016 until the 13th of February 2016, The Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts will open it’s doors to the public with the exhibit entitled “Mexicanos al Grito de Guerra: We didn’t cross the borders, the borders crossed… Read More
    Mexicanos Al Grito De Guerra
  • 29th Annual Day of the Dead Exhibition: The Bones of Our Ancestors

    • Opening: Friday, October 16, 2015
    • Main and Inti-Raymi Galleries (2nd Floor)
    • $2 Admission
    • Runs through November 20th
    "The Bones of Our Ancestors: Endurance and Survival Beyond Serra’s Missions" reinterprets the theme of Dia de Los Muertos to memorialize the endurance and survival of Indigenous Peoples and protest the recent canonization of Junipero Serra by Pope Francis of… Read More
    The Bones of Our Ancestors: Endurance and Survival Beyond Serra’s Missions. Curated by Celia Herrera Rodriguez and Theresa Harlan
  • “Current” Exhibition

    • Opening: July 30, 2019 at 7 PM
    Art by Adrián Arias, Marsha Shaw & the MCCLA Mission Gráfica Print Collection

    Marsha Shaw

    The process of printmaking is important because it is through attention to planning, cutting, and printing that I come to understand these relationships. Layers of wallpaper patterns, insects, birds and human anatomy, create a palimpsest… Read More
    Current
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