Galería de la Raza
Current Exhibition

"Mujeres Luz" by Talavera-Ballón
Studio 24
Thu 8/11 - Sat 9/17

Mujeres Luz is an art exhibit dedicated to Las Patronas and migrants who travel on La Bestia inspired by the film All of Me (Llevate mis Amores). When Talavera-Ballón saw the movie at the San Francisco Film Festival last year, he was so moved that he traveled to Veracruz, Mexico to meet and paint these incredible women.

Learn more about Las Patronas in this photo essay by Remezcla contributor Hans-Maximo Musielik

Current Mural
Sun 6/12 - Sun 7/31
Queer Icons
Digital Mural by Gabriel García Román
In Queer Icons, Gabriel García Román's most recent body of work, he seeks to aggrandize the image of many in the Queer/Trans communities of Color through a personal and introspective series of photographic and mixed-media works. The subjects in the series are drawn from many facets of the gender and queer spectrum, and these images give visibility to a population that’s generally under-represented in the art world.
Stage
Wed 8/17 | 7:30 pm
Lunada Literary Lounge & Open Mic
FALL 2016 SEASON OPENER

Featured poets: Maurisa Thompson & Jarvis Subia

OPEN MIC Sign-up at 7:15pm at the entrance
Lunada celebrates our seventeenth cycle around the sun featuring the hottest spoken word wizards in the Bay. The Fall 2016 season begins with two poets burning up the California coast, Push Cart nominee and San Francisco native MAURISA THOMPSON, and slam phenom JARVIS SUBIA hailing from SFeatured poets: Maurisa Thompson & Jarvis Subia

OPEN MIC Sign-up at 7:15pm at the entrance

Lunada celebrates our seventeenth cycle around the sun featuring the hottest spoken word wizards in the Bay. The Fall 2016 season begins with two poets burning up the California coast, Push Cart nominee and San Francisco native MAURISA THOMPSON, and slam phenom JARVIS SUBIA hailing from San Jose.

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Current and Upcoming Events

Wed 8/10 - Sat 9/10
Artist-in-Residence

Thu 8/11 - Sat 9/17
"Mujeres Luz" by Talavera-Ballón

Galería de la Raza: an Interdisciplinary Chicano/Latino Space for Art, Thought and Activism
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