Acción Latina and El Tecolote newspaper present their Annual Latino Life, a photo exhibit.
Where: Accion Latina
2958 24th St, San Francisco, California 94110
- Showcasing diversity of Latino experience via lens of up-and-coming photojournalists who volunteer for El Tecolote.
- See below for opening night photos!
Acción Latina and El Tecolote newspaper are pleased to announce the 5th Annual Latino Life Photo Exhibition.
The theme for this year is “A Look Back.” Having reached the five-year milestone, the exhibit will not only showcase the best works produced by El Tecolote photographers since 2017, but will also include some of the best work from previous years. This year promises to show the best of the best—vibrant, colorful and action-packed images that reflect both the beauty and struggle of being Latino.
Created and curated by Mabel Jiménez, photo editor for El Tecolote, the exhibit is the only ongoing photography event in the San Francisco Bay Area dedicated to highlighting the Latino experience.
Join us for a family-friendly night of music, community, drinks, and of course, photography, as we take a look back at some of the most significant moments in the recent history of Bay Area Latinos, as well as our day-to-day lives and traditions.
Featuring 50 prints in our gallery space, as well as an outdoor slideshow of more than 200 images the day of the reception.
Live music by Dos Bandoleros
Entrance is FREE, families welcome!
Exhibit runs through August 24, gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Edgar R Pacheco
Allison Ekevara Kitpowsong
Elisa Parrino Rensovich
Emma Marie Chiang
Erica Kiko Marquez
Joel Angel Juárez
Manuel J Orbegozo
“Acción Latina plays an integral role in supporting the Calle 24 Latino Cultural District, a culturally rich and vibrant commercial corridor. Through Mayor Lee’s investment, Acción Latina will continue to be a place where important Latino stories can be shared to inform, educate, and inspire our communities,” said Joaquin Torres, director of Invest In Neighborhoods, an initiative of the Office of Economic and Workforce Development.