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The Helen Moran Collection promotes the dignity and human rights of Indigenous and Latina women--and the men in their community--by presenting contemporary Maya art that brings attention to their lives. Welcome to our gallery!

Crossing Borders, by Paula Nicho Cúmez


Hardworking Woman from San Pedro la Laguna

by Domingo Garcia Criado

Current Exhibition

Maya Women: Life, Art, Hope
Contemporary Maya Paintings from Guatemala

August 25 to December 15, 2023 

Featuring: Impressions of the Maya  Field

Photographs by Haizel De la Cruz

City College of San Francisco
Rosenberg Library, 2nd Floor Gallery
50 Frida Kahlo W

Monday to Thursday 8:00am - 5:00pm

Friday 8:00am - 1:00pm

Online Exhibition

Maya Spirituality: Indigenous Paintings 1957 - 2020

Latin American Cultural Center

Pittsburgh, PA

A joint exhibition by Arte Maya Tz'utuhil and

the Helen Moran Collection, sponsored by the

Latin American Studies Association.

This exhibition is available on loan to museums and universities.

Please contact us for more information.


Goddess of the Corn

by Pedro Rafael Gonzalez Chavajay

It's easy!  We'll help you to organize a local exhibition of these important and provocative paintings and textiles.

You can educate your community about the beauty of Indigenous culture in Guatemala, and the struggles of Maya women and men today to protect their lives and their rights.

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