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The artist restoring his iconic mural at age 80

If you’ve walked by the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts (MCCLA) over the last…

Mission Cultural Center turns 40 – Q&A with exhibition curator

In celebration of its 40th anniversary, the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts’ (MCCLA) upcoming exhibition, “Here Now: Where We Stand,” will pay tribute to the community institution’s role in providing historically marginalized artists with an alternative space to present their work.

A Conversation With Juana Alicia

I grew up in the Mission. And the public works of the internationally renowned artist,…

Tragedy in Oakland highlights effects of gentrification

On Friday, Dec. 2, despite the tireless efforts of firefighters, the Oakland warehouse-turned artist space…

The street painter of the Mission – Anthony Holdsworth

Almost every morning, Anthony Holdsworth takes a jog in Bernal Heights, returns to read the…

Mexican Museum breaks new ground

Yerba Buena Gardens—the arts district named for the Spanish and Mexican settlement that would eventually…