Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts

Play at Mission Cultural Center: Memoria del Silencio en el País de la Eterna Primavera

  You don’t want to miss your chance to watch “Memoria Del Silencio en el…

Guest Op-ed: Cultural work is hard, but the payoff is worth it

This new year comes with great challenges and opportunities for the Latinx community in the…

Educators mourn slain former student, create altar in her honor

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The artist restoring his iconic mural at age 80

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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.

Out of Style: Street art event, organizer rebuffed after controversy

Artists from across the globe who arrived in the Bay Area expecting to participate in…

Remembering Alex Nieto, two years later

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SF Sheriff’s wife tells her side in new production

It’s hard to see how the darkest period in Eliana Lopez’s marriage to San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi could be turned into a comedy, but in her new play, “Cual es el Escándalo?,” Lopez does just that that—and with great results.