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December 4th, 2020 – February 19th, 2021Specifically touching on the subjects of resilience, perseverance, accessibility, and movement, the exhibition Fuerza (Strength) will showcase the work of local artists and what they’ve created during shelter in place and 2020. This exhibition will also showcase how in these unprecedented times artists have adjusted to the current circumstances and created work as a means to resist our current landscape be it to preserve their family and health, or as a political response to this election year.
Stories from La Sala
In these times of uncertainty, MACLA will continue to bring contemporary Latinx artists, right to your living room! MACLA’s Stories from La Sala is a series of online videos, performances, artist talks, and so much more, delivered to you daily from our amazing network of local artists.
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DMC Studio is a free, welcoming space for youths to learn new tech-based skill development through multimedia production.
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Toolkits for Change
Herramientas de Trabajo de Arte
Check out these awesome videos produced by MACLA/Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana in partnership with Springboard for the Arts through the Creative Exchange Leading Organizations pilot.
The South First Fridays art walk is a self-guided evening tour through galleries, museums, and independent creative businesses featuring exhibitions and special performances.