MACLA Blog

All things happening at MACLA!

Elementor #9462

Presents: Ghostly Labor by Vanessa Sanchez and La Mezcla at The Castellano Playhouse PLAYBILL GHOSTLY LABOR About Ghostly Labor, by Vanessa Sanchez and La Mezcla delves into

Read More »
Performing Arts

Yosimar Reyes

About Yosimar Reyes is a nationally-acclaimed Poet and Public Speaker. Born in Guerrero, Mexico, and raised in Eastside San Jose, Reyes explores the themes of

Read More »
Digital Art

Praba Pilar

About Praba Pilar is a diasporic Colombian Muisca/mestiza artist and scholar who creates performance art, digital/electronic installations, and experimental public talks and workshops critical of extraction-based

Read More »
Visual Arts

Patty Botello

About Patty Botello was born in Los Ángeles, California. At the age of three, she learned how Piñatas were created from her next-door neighbor and

Read More »
Performing Arts

Maribel Martinez

About Maribel Martínez is a Queer Chicanx  of P’urhépecha heritage. She is a brainiac, storyteller, guerrera that dreams of shapeshifting. By day, she works in public policy. After hours, she

Read More »
Performing Arts

DJ Leydis

About Born and raised in Cuba, DJ Leydis combines contemporary hits with a distinct fusion of Latin flavors, R&B classics, and roots reggae blends. Involved in the

Read More »
Performing Arts

Ivan Flores

About Ivan AKA Ivan Del Acordeon – Born and Raised in ESSJ (East San Jose) started writing and performing music at the age of 13. By 19

Read More »
Visual Arts

Dignidad Rebelde

About Dignidad Rebelde is a creative collaborative space organized by artists Jesus Barraza and Melanie Cervantes who are based in Halchis, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Jalquin Chochenyo Ohlone,

Read More »
Digital Art

Cesar Mendoza

About In elementary school, Cesar’s mom noticed two things, how shy he was and his artistic ability. She bought him art supplies and during recess

Read More »
Digital Art

Carolina Cuevas

About Carolina Cuevas is a Cuban-American artist currently based in the bay area. Her work carries a sense of vulnerability and displacement which is borne

Read More »
Skip to content