Tue 2/14 - Wed 5/3
Abolish Borders/Derrumban Fronteras
Digital Mural Project by Gilda Posada
Abolish Borders/ Derrumban Las Fronteras/ اهلا وسهلا بالمسلمين هنا/ پناهندگان خوش آمديد is based on Gilda Posada’s Destroy White Supremacy Project.
Sat 3/4 | 12:00 pm
Chicana/Latina Foundation Scholarship Workshop
The Chicana Latina Foundation and Galería de la Raza have partnered together to provide a workshop on applying for the Chicana Latina Foundation Scholarship.
This workshop is intended to support all self identified Chicana and Latina women to apply to the Chicana Latina Foundation Scholarship before the deadline on Friday, March 31st, 2017.
Sat 3/11 - Sun 4/30
Galería de la Raza presents Échame Aguas, an exhibition that centers water as the source of all life.
We examine water through various lenses, as it connects to the political, spiritual and physical realms within our society. We use the phrase “échame aguas” which translates to “keep a lookout for me” as a gesture of solidarity for all communities being affected by water related issues that threaten the well-being and existence of our earth.
Sat 3/11 | 7:30 pm
Lunada ~ Literary Lounge
Spoken Word * Música * Open Mic
March Lunada features LAS LUNAS LOCAS with Sharon Elliott, Devi S. Laskar, Sophia Rivera, and MARIA DE LA ROSA.
OPEN MIC: 10 spots on the list, 5 min. each. Sign-up at 7:15pm
Sun 3/12 | 3:00 pm
Salsa Sundays at El Rio!
Join us on Sunday, March 12, 2017 from 3 to 8 pm for a day full of salsa dancing that will directly support Galería de la Raza.
Thu 3/16 - Fri 3/17 | 8:00 pm
Naomi Rincón Gallardo: The Formaldehyde Trip
Phyllis Wattis Theater, SFMOMA
Performance in Progress presents the debut of The Formaldehyde Trip, a live concert and video work by Mexico City-based artist Naomi Rincón Gallardo.
Fri 3/31 - Sun 4/30
Artists Open Call: Youth Exhibition
The Future vs. 45
One of the most powerful ways in which our communities have been resisting the new administration has been through protest and mobilization. The youth of this nation have led many of these events, especially in the Bay Area and it is in this spirit that we offer our next exhibition as a call out to them. We are seeking works from artists ages 14-21 across the U.S. who are bringing awareness to issues happening in their communities. We welcome work that explores misconceptions tied to people of color, the school to prison pipeline, everyday harassment of LGBTQIA youth, family separations and deportations, and reinforcements of oppression throughout our institutions, education system, and at home.