In the Works | Hosted by Baruch Porras Hernandez
Fri, Mar 22, 8pm
Be the first to catch a sneak peek of new works in development by Terry Blas, Karina Cervantes, Luna Merbruja, Cristal Olivas, Vanessa Sanchez, Roberto Santiago, Valleygrrls, and Young Tsukune. Hosted by and featuring MACLA’s latest artistic commission Baruch Porras Hernandez.
Apr 12-14, 2019
AMAL delves into the impact of war and shares experiences of veterans’ adjustment to life after war, as well as those of civilians from war-torn countries. Written and performed by The Combat Hippies -- military veterans who have turned to the arts to heal and inspire.
Family Art Day
Sat, Apr 27, 12-4pm
Family Art Day is a FREE festival for families with hands-on visual art activities, bilingual gallery tours, multicultural dance and music performances, dance classes, and yoga. ¡Acompáñenos en MACLA para una celebración con la comunidad! Nuestro Día del Arte y la Familia es un evento para jóvenes y familias con actividades de artes visuales, tours bilingües de nuestra galería de arte, presentaciones de danza y música multiculturales, y clases de danza y yoga.
Call for Youth Writers | We Can Be Heroes
Mondays Feb 25-Mar 25, 2019
Create your own Latinx superhero with Baruch Porras Hernandez and Roberto Santiago at these FREE workshops for youth! Open to ages 13-25, all backgrounds and experiences welcome.
7th XICANX BIENNIAL: MUXERES RISING
DEC 7, 2018 – MAR 10, 2019
MACLA presents the 7th Xicanx Biennial taking inventory of the critical edge and aesthetic interventions within Contemporary Xicanx/Latinx Art. Muxeres Rising focuses on a cross-generational survey of art by self-identified Xicanx/Latinx womxn inspired by current waves of collective uprising, disruption, and empowerment.
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.
MACLA is an inclusive contemporary arts space grounded in the Chicano/Latino experience that incubates new visual, literary and performance art in order to engage people in civic dialogue and community transformation.
We have been listed by Philanthropedia as one of the most effective and highest-impact arts and culture organizations in the Bay Area.