4/14 PASEO THEME: THE RISE & FALL OF THE BROWN BUFFALO
Paseo Artístico, Cine+Mas SF and KQED are thrilled to announce their collaboration in presenting a FREE screening of “The Rise and Fall of the Brown Buffalo”, a film by Phillip Rodriguez.
A self-described "Brown Buffalo", Oscar "Zeta" Acosta was a Chicano lawyer, author, activist, and counterculture figure of the 1960's and 1970's. Zeta was complex, charismatic, and at his core, an advocate for justice.
Paseo Artístico, Cine+Mas SF, and +KQED are collaborating in celebrating not just the life of Zeta, but wanting to highlight his unique story as a vehicle to spotlight Latinx artists who's work is focused on giving a voice to underrepresented communities, and empowering the next generation of Latinxs.
We hope you can join us at the April 14 Paseo Artístico!
UPCOMING PASEO PROGRAMMING: Saturday, April 14, 2018
SAT. APRIL 14, 2018
THE RISE & FALL OF THE BROWN BUFFALO MAP
FREE FAMILY FRIENDLY BI-LINGUAL
Paseo Artístico is a collaborative effort among the Calle 24/ 24th Street cultural arts organizations that brings free arts programing—music, poetry, crafts workshops, readings, film and mural tours—to the 24th Street Latino Cultural District every other second Saturday of the month.