Galería de la Raza
Precita Eyes Mission Mural Tours
Muralists lead weekend walking tours covering 60 to 70 Mission murals in a six- to 10-block radius of mural-bedecked Balmy Alley. Tours...
Inspired by Diego Rivera's 1930s San Francisco murals and outraged by US foreign policy in Central America, 1970s Mission muralistas ...
Potrero del Sol/La Raza Skatepark
Grab air with pro skaters blasting ollies off SF's best concrete bowls. Downsides: the bathroom is sketchy and graffiti on the concrete...
Brava's been producing women-run theater for 30 years, hosting acts from comedian Sandra Bernhardt to V-day monologist Eve Ensler, and...
La Palma Mexicatessen
Follow the applause: that's the sound of organic tortilla-making in progress at La Palma. You've found the Mission motherlode of...
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Galería de la Raza information
Art never forgets its roots at this nonprofit that has showcased Latino art since 1970. Culture and community are constantly being redefined here, from contemporary Mexican photography and group shows exploring Latin gay culture to performances capturing community responses Mission gentrification. Outside is the Digital Mural Project, a billboard featuring slogans like '¡Mujeres Divinas y Poderosas! /Divine Strong Women!' instead of the usual cigarette advertisements.