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Upcoming Theme:

Mission Pecha Kucha

The Mission Pecha Kucha will pay homage to the powerful legacy of visual arts in the Mission District of San Francisco, including its famous political murals and “Street” art style. The event will celebrate and recognize visual artists who live and/or work in the Mission District as well as those artists whose work reflects solidarity and a strong sense of cultural heritage. Artists will present their work live in short demonstrations for an interactive audience.

All Artists will answer 3 questions in less than 10 minutes while showing projected slides of work.

SCHEDULE

Listed below is full programming schedule with confirmed venues:

 

Precita Eyes - 2981 24th St

11:00AM Bilingual Mural tour (sign up or show up at Precita)

12:30PM Children’s Pop Up Mural

2PM-4PM Pecha Kucha Women muralists in the Mission; Agana, Twin Walls (Elaine Chu and Marina Perez-Wong) and Lucia Ippolito. 

 

Alley Cat Books - 3036 24th St

1PM-3PM: Children’s Film, and piñata making workshop with Marco Razo

3PM-5PM: Pecha Kucha featuring Juan Fuentes, Veronica Solis and Calixto Robles

 

Accion Latina/Juan Fuentes Gallery - 2958 24th St

4PM-5PM Pecha Kucha featuring Chris “L7” Cuadrado, Adriana Camarena, Chris Carlsson, Lisa Ruth Eliot, and Eric Norberg.

 

Dance Mission Theater - 3316 24th St

5PM-6PM Pecha Kucha featuring: Juana Alicia, Paul Lewin, and Caleb Duarte

 

Adobe Books – 3130 24th St.

12PM-2PM Holly Luna Press Craft Table

6PM-7PM Pecha Kucha featuring Decoy Gallerina, Shizue Seigel, and Chloe Villegas

 

Galeria de La Raza

TBD

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS

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SAT. JUNE 9, 2018

MISSION PECHA KUCHA MAP

 
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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.

 
 

special thanks to

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