Sat 10/4 - Sun 11/9
Ralph Maradiaga | Sun in Scorpio
An Unerring Gift of Leadership
The exhibition features the art of one of Galería’s co-founders, the late Ralph Maradiaga, and is guest-curated by Dr. Amalia Mesa-Bains.
Opening Reception: October 4 | 6pm - 9pm
In observance of Galería de la Raza’s 44th anniversary, we pause to honor and reflect on the contributions and visions of one of our own: Ralph Maradiaga. His unerring gift of leadership combined with his own unique talents and skills contributed greatly to the broader understanding of Chicano/Latino art and subsequently cemented the Latino presence on both the national and international art scenes.
Sat 10/4 - Sun 11/2 | 12:00 pm
Day of the Dead Sugar Skulls
Decorate your own Day of the Dead Sugar Skulls
Sugar Skull Decorating Workshops for the month of October until Nov. 2nd
Season Opening Party on Sat. October 4th 12pm - 5pm
Friday's 5pm - 9pm
Saturday and Sunday 12pm - 5pm
Teachers, educators contact Michele@TheSugarSkullGallery.com for classroom or group visits.
It's that SWEET time of year again…time to decorate sugar skulls for Dia de los Muertos.! Join us for our 24th Street Tradition. Workshops are open to the community, the cost is $10.00 per person with all materials included. Groups of 6 or more are encouraged to reserve a spot in advance by contacting Michele@TheSugarSkullGallery.com.
Come help make sugar skulls for our SWEET 2014 season!
Visit the Facebook event page for more info and to invite your friends
Wed 10/8 | 7:30 pm
Lunada ~ Literary Lounge & Open Mic
This fall, Lunada Literary Lounge, embarks on an artistic rite of passage, marking 15 years as the Bay Area’s only full moon bilingual literary ritual and performance gathering dedicated to spoken word, music, storytelling and performance.
October 8 Featured Line Up: Nina Serrano / Dylan Amaro-McIntyre / Alejandra Mojica
In the Quinceañera tradition, throughout the year, the Lunada will acknowledge and feature Madrinas and Padrinos: artists and leaders who - through poetry, song, film, and narrative - reflect the creative and artistic spirit of the Lunada, including Guillermo Gomez Peña, Nina Serrano, Achy Obejas, Marc David Pinate, Aurora Guerrero, and many more.