Exhibition: October 6, 2022–June 27, 2023 [see hours below].
Acción Latina: The ‘80s Matter in the Mission.
Koret Education Center, Floor 2
151 Third Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
Acción Latina’s Community Residency exhibition, The ’80s Matter in the Mission, transports visitors into the influential art and activism of San Francisco’s Mission District in the 1980s.
Through a vibrant new mural and a range of spirited artworks commissioned by local artists, the presentation celebrates the Latinx creators and organizers who activated the Mission with murals, multimedia art, and advocacy.
Co-curators Fátima Ramírez and Paul S. Flores pay special tribute to artists who responded to the AIDS epidemic and the immigration of Central American refugees to the Mission District in the ’80s.
Elizabeth Blancas, Josué Rojas, Joe Ramos, Tanya Orellana, Rafael Arana, Alexander Hernandez, and the Marigold Project
Acción Latina is a nonprofit organization founded in 1970 that is dedicated to promoting cultural arts, community media, and civic engagement as a way of building healthy and empowered Latino communities.
Monday–Tuesday: 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Thursday: 1–8 p.m.
Fri–Sun: 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Our visitor entrance is at 151 Third Street, located in San Francisco’s bustling SoMA district. We are just steps from Yerba Buena Gardens, hotels, restaurants, and public transportation, and our parking garage is next to the museum.