Natalia Anciso Solo Exhbition
June 4th -August 15th, 2021
The pandemic continues to devastate the world and is disproportionately impacting Latinx and other marginalized communities of color. This series of work reflects on the stories of the people in these communities who have endured the most devastation, shedding light on the racial and socioeconomic disparities. The exhibition shares untold stories, honoring unsung heroes (particularly essential workers) and those who have passed due to COVID-19, while also taking us through a survey of the artist’s work.
Cultura Power Fellowship
The Cultura Power Fellowship will support ten artists to create new work, deepen bonds among the fellowship cohort, and offer our community insight into the work of the selected artists.
Teen Tech Center at MACLA
The TTC 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.
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The South First Fridays art walk is a self-guided evening tour through galleries, museums, and independent creative businesses featuring exhibitions and special performances.