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Galería de la Raza

  • 2857 24th St. Map It
  • Mission

Updated 05/05/2014

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San Francisco's premier showcase for contemporary Latino art, the gallery exhibits the works of mostly local artists. Events include readings and spoken word by local poets and writers, screenings of Latin American and Spanish films, and theater works by local minority theater troupes. Just across the street, murals and mosaics festoon the 24th Street/York Street Minipark, a tiny urban playground. A mosaic-covered Quetzalcoatl serpent plunges into the ground and rises,

creating hills for little ones to clamber over, and mural-covered walls surround the space.

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2857 24th St., at Bryant St., San Francisco, California, 94110, United States

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  • Gallery Wed.–Sat. noon–6

Updated 05/05/2014


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