Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts
Friday, September 23 at 7pm
In the Lobby MCCLA Cafe/Tiendita. It’s their new shop!
The Mission Cultural Center for the Latino Arts celebrates its 45th Anniversary, important milestone for this nonprofits history as the first and foremost Latin cultural institution in San Francisco’s Mission District.
MCCLA has developed and fostered prominent latino artists since its founding in 1977, from Carlos Santana to their famous Mission Gráfica, a graphics department featuring at studio for printmaking, MCCLA embodies the essence of Latino culture, resilience, and pride. The center’s building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on December 29, 2020.