The Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts

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Location : 2868 Mission St

Open Hours : Tuesday to Friday: 10:00 AM to 6:30 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Admission : General Admission: Free
Ticket Prices vary with Exhibition

Handicap Friendly : Yes

Parking : Street Parking Available

The Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, San Francisco Overview

Formed in 1977, the Mission Cultural center for Latino Arts was the result of the endeavors by the students of the San Francisco State University students, determined to eradicate the lack of cultural representation for the Latino community. The museum focuses on preserving, exploring and showcasing the cultural and creative traditions of the Latino, Mexican and Caribbean community, thus reflecting their unique experiences.

The MCCLA, earlier known as the Palmeto Museum, is situated on 2268 Mission Street and now serves as a museum and a workshop centre. It provides classes on performing arts, visual arts, literary arts, and media arts and Summer Youth programs. The museum, which has an attached studio and gallery for the exhibitions, is open for tours and collaborative inter-disciplinary events.

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