Galeria de la Raza

Even through adversity Galería de la raza continues to shine

Before Europeans made their way to this place, the area we now call the Mission…

Mission community faces loss of cultural cornerstone Galería de la Raza

Galería de la Raza is on the verge of losing its iconic storefront at 24th…

Exhibition explores connection between Indigenous food, culture and colonization

The massive “tortilla” hanging on the wall is actually a quilt, which gives the impression…

Art and the Latino vote

Squeegees squeaked as they flooded the photo-emulsion screen with ink. Metal knobs clacked as screens…

Honoring legacy of Mexican Museum founder

Peter Rodríguez—pioneering artist and founder of the West Coast’s premier museum dedicated to Latino, Chicano…

Con Orlando

Less than 24 hours after 49 people were killed and 53 more were injured at…

Exhibition shows how Chicano art icon’s work is reflected in her life

Galeria de La Raza’s latest exhibition “Navigating by Hand: Lorraine Garcia-Nakata, a Retrospective 1964-2015,” pays homage to a true Chicano art icon.

Out in the Mission: Galería mural vandalized for depicting LGBTQ Latinos

The subject of much controversy and threatening attacks via social media, the “Por Vida” mural located at the corner of 24th and Bryant streets was set afire on late June 29, leaving its left-hand side a charred ruin.

Letter to the Editor: Stand for unity

alle 24 council voted unanimously last night to take a stand. A stand for unity, compassion, acceptance, culture, community, and tolerance.

El Tecolote stands with Galería de la Raza, condemns attack on LGBTQ Latinos

We condemn this blatant hate speech and stand ready to support this well-respected Mission-based institution, which has always been at the vanguard of Chicano/Latino art and the fight for social justice.