Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts

2868 Mission St, San Francisco , CA
(415) 821-1155
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The Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts (MCCLA) was established in 1977 by artists and community activists with a shared vision to promote, preserve and develop the Latino cultural arts that reflect the living tradition and experiences of Chicano, Central and South American, and Caribbean people. The MCCLA makes the arts accessible as an essential element to community development and well-being. As a community non-profit arts organization, MCCLA prides itself in enriching, in a most unique way, the cultural and artistic life of the Mission, San Francisco, and Bay Area residents as well. The Board of Directors, Management and Staff, share a commitment to providing quality and relevant art programs and services, and to working with community individuals and groups in the pursuit of this vision.


  • Art of Democracy

    An Exchange of Political Posters between artists from the Bay Area and artists from Puerto Rico
    11/14/2008 by Michelle Wallace

    In the past eight years, we have seen America steered wildly off-course: Abu Ghraib. Guantánamo. The Patriot Act. The War on Terror. An erosion of environmental policy. We voted in the candidate for c...  More »

  • Muerte sin Fronteras/Death without borders

    10/31/2008 by Michelle Wallace

    Mexicans celebrate their ancestors with Día de los Muertos/Day of the Dead, a celebration that falls on All Saints and All Souls days of the Catholic calendar, and has roots in indigenous religions. T...  More »