San Francisco Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art

The San Francisco Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art was founded in 1987 by Fernando Rosado, Raul Oyuela and Tony Mares. It's headquarters are located at 4178 Mission St. San Francisco, CA 94112 at the El Bohemio News building.



SFMOCHA is a not for profit 501-c3. The museum is to promote Hispanic artists living in the Bay Area of San Francisco to help them be recognized. Besides painters, we feature sculptures, dancers, singers, guitar players, poem writers and readers. We have featured artists from Spain, Mexico, El Salvador, Ecuador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, and other Latin American Countries. Free of charge to the artist. The volunteers of the Museum do all work.



The receptions and grand openings are subsided by El Bohemio News, some of the members, and some local restaurants. Any donations would be greatly appreciated. We have not received any grants from the City, State, Federal nor independent organizations.



El Bohemio News also provides complete coverage of the events.



Entrance to the SFMOCHA is free of charge and open to the public Monday through Friday, from 11 am to 5 pm.
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