Community Media

Through our bilingual newspaper, El Tecolote, we inform Bay Area Latino communities about the issues that affect their lives.

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Cultural Arts

Each year we produce an array of visual, literary and performing arts events and activities that involve local community members.

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Art Gallery

The Juan R. Fuentes Gallery showcases the talent of established and emerging artists whose work reflects the nuances of Latino life.

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Archival Collections

Our extensive archives, which date back to 1970, provide detailed documentation of Latinos’ unique contributions to San Francisco.

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El Tecolote partners with SF State

El Tecolote will collaborate with professor Jon Funabiki's Community Media class to produce a series of community-focused stories.

Latino Voices

"Activist Newspapers and Media (late 1800s - 1940s)" is the second event in our "Latino Voices: A History of Latino Press, Radio and Comic Arts in the United States" series. on January 28.

¡Cuba Libre!: An Exhibition of Cuban ...

An Exhibition of Cuban and American Ceramics, Prints & Photographs, curated by Catherine Merrill

Internship Opportunities

The internship positions we offer are flexible. We can work collaboratively to create an internship that meets your academic/career goals and our current needs.

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Volunteer Opportunities

Unlike internships, there are no time and duration requirements for people who want to volunteer with our organization. We could use all the help we can get.

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The Volunteer Experience

Our volunteers get the chance to connect with an organization that is deeply rooted in the community, committed to values of social justice, and doing cool things in the arts and media.

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