Galeria de la Raza

2857 24th St, San Francisco , CA
+1 415.206.9242
Galeria de la Raza Website
Arts, Gallery
Mon (closed)
Tue (1pm-6pm)
Wed-Sat (12pm-6pm)
Sun (closed)
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Galería De La Raza is an interdisciplinary space for art, thought and activism – Galería organizes cutting-edge art exhibitions, as well as multimedia presentations, performances and spoken-word events, screenings, computer-generated murals and educational activities.

Founded in 1970 by local artists active in el Movimiento (the Chicano civil rights moment), Galería is a non-profit, community-based Latino arts organization located in the heart of San Francisco’s Mission District. It is nationally recognized and is one of the Bay Area’s oldest, most well-respected arts organizations. The Galería is an international forum for the examination and expression of concepts central to Latino experiences.

Through art, the Galería addresses issues confronting Latino peoples such as immigration policy, violence, war, family life, spirituality and race politics.


  • I am a Tape Junkie

    Substance of Choice at Galeria de la Raza
    03/02/2002 by amy gelbach

    How do you take it? What's your pleasure? Pick your poison. I like coffee and cigarettes. Ask an artist and they may tell you they're partial to paint or plaster. We all fancy something, desire some s...  More »