Events

The Carnaval parade. Mint-condition lowriders. Live bands with dancing. The streets and venues of the Mission offer the most fun events in San Francisco — any time of year.

Experience what the Mission has to offer. And remember to #shopsmall at over 400+ businesses on #MissionStreetSF for that hard-to-find item or even a unique birthday present.

Oct
19
Fri
Galería de la Raza Presents Comida Es Medicina
Oct 19 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Comida es Medicina considers the topic of food justice from Latinx, Chicanx, Central American, indigenous, and immigrant perspectives. This group exhibition contests white supremacy by uplifting the knowledge, traditions, and practices of immigrant and indigenous members of our communities in relation to food, ancestral knowledge, and respect for Mother Earth.

The exhibition consists of a wide variety of artistic forms, including paintings, screenprints, videos, zines, sculptures, installation, and mixed media. The exhibition will extend to Galería’s Digital Mural Project, Galería, and Studio 24.

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Recuerdanos-Remember Reception Us at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts @ Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts
Oct 19 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts cordially invites you to our Day of the Dead VIP Reception: “Remember Us • Recuérdanos.”

“Flight of our Ancestors” Altar Installations Tour from 6 to 6:30 pm!

Special performance by Cascada de Flores at 7 pm!

Appetizers, deserts & Ponche de Muerto.

No host bar.

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Dia de los Muertos 2018 on Mission Street

Come and join the wonderful cultural activities in the Mission Corridor. Art, events, crafts, gastronomy and more! Ven y disfruta de las actividades culturales en el Corredor de la Mision. Arte, eventos, artesania, gastronomia y mucho mas!

Oct
20
Sat
Galería de la Raza Presents Comida Es Medicina
Oct 20 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Comida es Medicina considers the topic of food justice from Latinx, Chicanx, Central American, indigenous, and immigrant perspectives. This group exhibition contests white supremacy by uplifting the knowledge, traditions, and practices of immigrant and indigenous members of our communities in relation to food, ancestral knowledge, and respect for Mother Earth.

The exhibition consists of a wide variety of artistic forms, including paintings, screenprints, videos, zines, sculptures, installation, and mixed media. The exhibition will extend to Galería’s Digital Mural Project, Galería, and Studio 24.

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Maíz: Digital Mural Project by Federico Cuatlacuatl @ Galería de la Raza
Oct 20 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Galería de la Raza is pleased to present Maíz, a digital mural project by Federico Cuatlacuatl, in conjunction with our Comida Es Medicina exhibition.

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Seed Altar Installation at Galeria de la Raza @ Galeria de la Raza
Oct 20 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The works exhibited in Studio 24 are interactive pieces produced by artists from various immigrant communities.

This art encourages the viewer to draw connections between their own food memories and other communities’ experiences of longing, belonging, and exclusion.

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Oct
24
Wed
Galería de la Raza Presents Comida Es Medicina
Oct 24 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Comida es Medicina considers the topic of food justice from Latinx, Chicanx, Central American, indigenous, and immigrant perspectives. This group exhibition contests white supremacy by uplifting the knowledge, traditions, and practices of immigrant and indigenous members of our communities in relation to food, ancestral knowledge, and respect for Mother Earth.

The exhibition consists of a wide variety of artistic forms, including paintings, screenprints, videos, zines, sculptures, installation, and mixed media. The exhibition will extend to Galería’s Digital Mural Project, Galería, and Studio 24.

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Oct
25
Thu
Galería de la Raza Presents Comida Es Medicina
Oct 25 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Comida es Medicina considers the topic of food justice from Latinx, Chicanx, Central American, indigenous, and immigrant perspectives. This group exhibition contests white supremacy by uplifting the knowledge, traditions, and practices of immigrant and indigenous members of our communities in relation to food, ancestral knowledge, and respect for Mother Earth.

The exhibition consists of a wide variety of artistic forms, including paintings, screenprints, videos, zines, sculptures, installation, and mixed media. The exhibition will extend to Galería’s Digital Mural Project, Galería, and Studio 24.

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Oct
26
Fri
Galería de la Raza Presents Comida Es Medicina
Oct 26 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Comida es Medicina considers the topic of food justice from Latinx, Chicanx, Central American, indigenous, and immigrant perspectives. This group exhibition contests white supremacy by uplifting the knowledge, traditions, and practices of immigrant and indigenous members of our communities in relation to food, ancestral knowledge, and respect for Mother Earth.

The exhibition consists of a wide variety of artistic forms, including paintings, screenprints, videos, zines, sculptures, installation, and mixed media. The exhibition will extend to Galería’s Digital Mural Project, Galería, and Studio 24.

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Oct
27
Sat
Galería de la Raza Presents Comida Es Medicina
Oct 27 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Comida es Medicina considers the topic of food justice from Latinx, Chicanx, Central American, indigenous, and immigrant perspectives. This group exhibition contests white supremacy by uplifting the knowledge, traditions, and practices of immigrant and indigenous members of our communities in relation to food, ancestral knowledge, and respect for Mother Earth.

The exhibition consists of a wide variety of artistic forms, including paintings, screenprints, videos, zines, sculptures, installation, and mixed media. The exhibition will extend to Galería’s Digital Mural Project, Galería, and Studio 24.

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Maíz: Digital Mural Project by Federico Cuatlacuatl @ Galería de la Raza
Oct 27 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Galería de la Raza is pleased to present Maíz, a digital mural project by Federico Cuatlacuatl, in conjunction with our Comida Es Medicina exhibition.

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Seed Altar Installation at Galeria de la Raza @ Galeria de la Raza
Oct 27 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The works exhibited in Studio 24 are interactive pieces produced by artists from various immigrant communities.

This art encourages the viewer to draw connections between their own food memories and other communities’ experiences of longing, belonging, and exclusion.

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Brasarte presents SamBrazil! Roots of Samba @ Dance Mission Theater
Oct 27 @ 8:00 pm

BrasArte presents a dance and music performance that explores the diversity and evolution of Brazilian Samba — from its roots in the traditions of Afro-Brazilian enslaved people to the dazzling display of technique, sensuality, and power that it has become.

Under the Artistic Direction of Marcelo Chocolate & Alvaro Reys — revered Samba superstars from Rio de Janeiro — Sambrazil features admired and talented Bay Area sambistas and BrasArte Artist-in-Residence Weslei Guimaraes.

Special Guests: Rodson De Jesus & Marcela Rabelo.

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Oct
31
Wed
Galería de la Raza Presents Comida Es Medicina
Oct 31 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Comida es Medicina considers the topic of food justice from Latinx, Chicanx, Central American, indigenous, and immigrant perspectives. This group exhibition contests white supremacy by uplifting the knowledge, traditions, and practices of immigrant and indigenous members of our communities in relation to food, ancestral knowledge, and respect for Mother Earth.

The exhibition consists of a wide variety of artistic forms, including paintings, screenprints, videos, zines, sculptures, installation, and mixed media. The exhibition will extend to Galería’s Digital Mural Project, Galería, and Studio 24.

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Plaza Adelante Altar de Muertos @ Plaza Adelante
Oct 31 @ 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Come and help us to set up the altar, learn how to make papel picado, flowers, taste pan de muerto and more!

Dia de los Muertos 2018 on Mission Street

Come and join the wonderful cultural activities in the Mission Corridor. Art, events, crafts, gastronomy and more ! Ven y disfruta de las actividades culturales en el Corredor de la Mision. Arte, eventos, artesania, gastronomia y mucho mas!

Nov
1
Thu
Galería de la Raza Presents Comida Es Medicina
Nov 1 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Comida es Medicina considers the topic of food justice from Latinx, Chicanx, Central American, indigenous, and immigrant perspectives. This group exhibition contests white supremacy by uplifting the knowledge, traditions, and practices of immigrant and indigenous members of our communities in relation to food, ancestral knowledge, and respect for Mother Earth.

The exhibition consists of a wide variety of artistic forms, including paintings, screenprints, videos, zines, sculptures, installation, and mixed media. The exhibition will extend to Galería’s Digital Mural Project, Galería, and Studio 24.

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Special Coco Screening @ Alamo Drafthouse New Mission Theater
Nov 1 @ 7:00 pm

You are invited to Celebrate DÍA DE LOS MUERTOS Mission District-style!

CANA, New Mission Theater, Mission Merchants Association & Carnaval San Francisco are proud to announce a special two day screening and exhibit of Disney’s Academy Award and Golden Globe Award winning movie “COCO”! Bring the family!

Arrive early to get your face painted, view all the altars on Mission Street and inside the New Mission Theater, take photos and selfies, get food, pan de muerto and enjoy the entertainment prior to the film showing.

You are invited to bring a photo of a loved one that passed on to the spirit world and place it on the altar.

A fundraiser to support Cultural Arts & Health Education Program at Public Schools in San Francisco’s Mission District.

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Dia de los Muertos 2018 on Mission Street

Come and join the wonderful cultural activities in the Mission Corridor. Art, events, crafts, gastronomy and more! Ven y disfruta de las actividades culturales en el Corredor de la Mision. Arte, eventos, artesania, gastronomia y mucho mas!

Nov
2
Fri
Galería de la Raza Presents Comida Es Medicina
Nov 2 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Comida es Medicina considers the topic of food justice from Latinx, Chicanx, Central American, indigenous, and immigrant perspectives. This group exhibition contests white supremacy by uplifting the knowledge, traditions, and practices of immigrant and indigenous members of our communities in relation to food, ancestral knowledge, and respect for Mother Earth.

The exhibition consists of a wide variety of artistic forms, including paintings, screenprints, videos, zines, sculptures, installation, and mixed media. The exhibition will extend to Galería’s Digital Mural Project, Galería, and Studio 24.

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Special Coco Screening @ Alamo Drafthouse New Mission Theater
Nov 2 @ 12:00 pm

You are invited to Celebrate DÍA DE LOS MUERTOS Mission District-style!

CANA, New Mission Theater, Mission Merchants Association & Carnaval San Francisco are proud to announce a special two day screening and exhibit of Disney’s Academy Award and Golden Globe Award winning movie “COCO”! Bring the family!

Arrive early to get your face painted, view all the altars on Mission Street and inside the New Mission Theater, take photos and selfies, get food, pan de muerto and enjoy the entertainment prior to the film showing.

You are invited to bring a photo of a loved one that passed on to the spirit world and place it on the altar.

A fundraiser to support Cultural Arts & Health Education Program at Public Schools in San Francisco’s Mission District.

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Nov
3
Sat
Maíz: Digital Mural Project by Federico Cuatlacuatl @ Galería de la Raza
Nov 3 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Galería de la Raza is pleased to present Maíz, a digital mural project by Federico Cuatlacuatl, in conjunction with our Comida Es Medicina exhibition.

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Nov
5
Mon
La Orquesta del Barrio
Nov 5 @ 6:30 pm

Students will learn to sing and play Caribbean and Latin America music. Instrumentation will consist of Congas, Timbales, Bongos, Maracas, Clave, Guiro, basic piano, basic guitar, Bass guitar and Singing instruction. (No experience required). Note: For students playing woodwinds, Brass, or String instruments, basic knowledge of instruments are required. Come and join this ongoing ensemble and learn how to play the music of Latin America. Students of this ensemble will be required to perform at Local Community and Bay Area Events.

Bring your voice & instrument! Instruments not provided.

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Nov
10
Sat
Maíz: Digital Mural Project by Federico Cuatlacuatl @ Galería de la Raza
Nov 10 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Galería de la Raza is pleased to present Maíz, a digital mural project by Federico Cuatlacuatl, in conjunction with our Comida Es Medicina exhibition.

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Nov
12
Mon
La Orquesta del Barrio
Nov 12 @ 6:30 pm

Students will learn to sing and play Caribbean and Latin America music. Instrumentation will consist of Congas, Timbales, Bongos, Maracas, Clave, Guiro, basic piano, basic guitar, Bass guitar and Singing instruction. (No experience required). Note: For students playing woodwinds, Brass, or String instruments, basic knowledge of instruments are required. Come and join this ongoing ensemble and learn how to play the music of Latin America. Students of this ensemble will be required to perform at Local Community and Bay Area Events.

Bring your voice & instrument! Instruments not provided.

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Nov
17
Sat
Maíz: Digital Mural Project by Federico Cuatlacuatl @ Galería de la Raza
Nov 17 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Galería de la Raza is pleased to present Maíz, a digital mural project by Federico Cuatlacuatl, in conjunction with our Comida Es Medicina exhibition.

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Nov
19
Mon
La Orquesta del Barrio
Nov 19 @ 6:30 pm

Students will learn to sing and play Caribbean and Latin America music. Instrumentation will consist of Congas, Timbales, Bongos, Maracas, Clave, Guiro, basic piano, basic guitar, Bass guitar and Singing instruction. (No experience required). Note: For students playing woodwinds, Brass, or String instruments, basic knowledge of instruments are required. Come and join this ongoing ensemble and learn how to play the music of Latin America. Students of this ensemble will be required to perform at Local Community and Bay Area Events.

Bring your voice & instrument! Instruments not provided.

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Nov
24
Sat
Maíz: Digital Mural Project by Federico Cuatlacuatl @ Galería de la Raza
Nov 24 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Galería de la Raza is pleased to present Maíz, a digital mural project by Federico Cuatlacuatl, in conjunction with our Comida Es Medicina exhibition.

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Nov
26
Mon
La Orquesta del Barrio
Nov 26 @ 6:30 pm

Students will learn to sing and play Caribbean and Latin America music. Instrumentation will consist of Congas, Timbales, Bongos, Maracas, Clave, Guiro, basic piano, basic guitar, Bass guitar and Singing instruction. (No experience required). Note: For students playing woodwinds, Brass, or String instruments, basic knowledge of instruments are required. Come and join this ongoing ensemble and learn how to play the music of Latin America. Students of this ensemble will be required to perform at Local Community and Bay Area Events.

Bring your voice & instrument! Instruments not provided.

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