Latino and Chicano Art
2857 24th St
San Francisco, CA 94110
+1 415 826 8009
Fax: +1 415 826 6235
Galeria de la Raza is a nationally recognized gallery that offers a place for activism and a voice to the Chicano and Latino community. On any given day, you may find oversized murals, multimedia exhibits, and live performances that express the artists' thoughts on present day cultural issues--immigration, war, race, family, and spirituality. The gallery started in 1970, during the Chicano civil rights movement, and has had a strong presence in the community ever since. You won't be disappointed by the skill, dedication, and talent that is represented here, so try not to miss it, while visiting the Bay Area.
Nearest Train or Bus:
MUNI BUS: 48; BART: 24th Street Station
Best Modes of Transportation: Bus Walking
Parking Availability: Limited
Average Price per Hour: $0-$5
Parking Safety: Somewhat Safe
Notes: There is metered and non-metered parking in the surrounding neighborhood.
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