MACLA - A New Cultural Model

MACLA/Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana

Funding Received: 2013
San Jose , CA
Funding Period: 1 year and 5 months

MACLA will re-imagine how an arts organization at the intersection of an arts district and an immigrant neighborhood functions by creating a new cultural model and stage for community participation shaped by a permanent facility and program expansion.


See below for recent updates, press, and events from this project

Jun 3, 2017
For years, tiny Parque de los Pobladores has been a park in need of a purpose in downtown San Jose’s arty South First Area. It’s... Read More
Jorge Rojas in "Maize y Más: From Mother to Monster?," MACLA: Food for thought, food for community November continued to be exciting and busy for... Read More
Momentum continues to build in MACLA’s immediate neighborhood which intersects the artsy SoFA (South First Area) and the predominately immigrant William/Reed Corridor. The community has... Read More
May was a whirlwind month for MACLA: we closed escrow and completed purchase of the building we have rented for the past 20 years! We... Read More
Carlton Turner, Director of Sipp Culture, reminds us of what is possible in this moment, a transition from a community of consumers to a community...Read more