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October 13 Theme:

Women and Indigenous Resilience

The October 13th Paseo Artistico will celebrate Indigenous People’s Day with local indigenous artists showcasing in different mediums and genres, as well highlight the power and leadership of women in the Mission District community. Paseo Artistico is partnering with Precita Eyes and Balmy Alley Block Party to feature the unveiling of local muralist Lucia Ippolito’s new “Women of the Resistance” mural. Another highlight is a double bill featuring Ballet Folklórico Cuicacalli indigenous themed dance, paired with a sneak preview of The Medea Project newest performance “When Did Your Hands Become a Weapon?” directed by Rhodessa Jones. Paseo is also partnering with Plaza 16 Coalition to help ensure more affordable housing opportunities in the Mission.  

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PASEO ARTISTICO ANNOUNCES - FREE COMMUNITY ART STROLL 

“WOMEN & INDIGENOUS RESILIENCE”

 IN SAN FRANCISCO’S MISSION - CALLE 24 LATINO CULTURAL DISTRICT

 

COMMUNITY PARTNERS INCLUDE: PRECITA EYES MURALISTS, ACCION LATINA, CALLE 24, ALLEY CAT BOOKS, ADOBE BOOKS, DANCE MISSION THEATER, ZITA WINE BAR, EVOLVEDSF, and More.

 

To Feature Live Music, Indigenous Performers, Photography Exhibit, Mural Unveiling Party, Women’s Workshops, Art Classes, Performance Art & More

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13 FROM 11 AM - 7 PM

 

Acción Latina & Calle 24 Cultural Arts District organizations are excited to announce the festivities lineup for a new series of installments of Paseo Artistico, the Mission's Free Art community stroll which will take place on the second Saturday of every other month. October 13, 2018 from 11am - 7pm, the free neighborhood celebration will celebrate “Women & Indigenous Resilience” with an eclectic mix of music and entertainment, food and drink, and art in multiple venues along the 24th street corridor in the Mission district. 

 

The October 13th Paseo Artistico will celebrate Indigenous People’s Day with local indigenous artists showcasing in different mediums and genres, as well highlight the creative power and leadership of women in the Mission District community. Paseo Artistico is partnering with Precita Eyes and Balmy Alley Block Party to feature the unveiling of local muralist Lucia Ippolito’s new “Women of the Resistance” mural. Another highlight is a double bill featuring Ballet Folklórico Cuicacalli indigenous themed dance, paired with a sneak preview of The Medea Project’s newest performance “When Did Your Hands Become a Weapon?” directed by Rhodessa Jones. Paseo is also partnering with Plaza 16 Coalition to help ensure more affordable housing opportunities in the Mission. 

 

SCHEDULE OCTOBER 13  11:00AM-7:00PM

 50 Balmy Street @ 24th Street

11:15AM-12:00PM 

Precita Eyes Presents: Lucia Ippolito “Women of the Resistance” Mural Unveiling & Artist Talk. Followed by Balmy Alley Block party 2PM-6PM

 

Alley Cat Books 3036 24th Street

12:00PM-2:00PM  

"Women Can Do it!” Women’s Intergenerational Mentorship sessions with women business leaders including Susan Cervantes (founder-director of Precita Eyes Muralists) and Kate Razo (owner of Alley Cat Books) and more to be announced. REGISTER to meet with Susan and Kate for a session between 12PM-2PM <paseoartistico@accionlatina.org>

 

Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts  2868 Mission Street @25th Street

2:00PM-4:00PM

All Ages Screen Printing Decorative Skulls for Day of the Dead with Director of Mission Grafica with Marsha Shaw

4:30PM-5:00PM

Live music from One Time More in Mission Cultural Center theater

 

Last Minute Gear 3156 24th Street

2:00PM-3:00PM  

Photography Exhibit Opening and Artist Talk with photographer Mike Chen

"PERSPECTIVE" The Rohingya Refugee Crisis. Opening Celebration until 6PM

 

Accion Latina 2958 24th Street

3PM-5PM

3:00Pm-3:30PMAsociacion Mayab presents “Jarana Yucateca” Maya Folkloric dance and music from the Yucantan

3:30PM-5:00PM B-Side Brujas all Lady, All Vinyl Dj Collective spinning soul, oldies and old school to dance to.

 

Zita Wine Bar  2862 24th Street

4:00PM-5:00PM

Live Latin Jazz and folk music with The Astronauts featuring Adriana Marrero (formerly of Soltrón) and Eli Goldlink

 

Dance Mission Theater  3316 24th Street

4:30PM-5PM Cuicacalli Dance Company presents “Lagrimas” dance performance

5PM-5:30PM Rhodessa Jones and The Medea Project: “When Did Your Hands Become A Weapon”  (Theater)

 

EvolvedSF  3067 24th Street

5:30PM-6:30PM  

Live music Gilberto Daniel Rodriguez and Almas Fronterizas

 

Adobe Books 3130 24th Street 

6:00PM-7:00PM

Latinx Author performances by Cathy Arellano, Estela De La Cruz, Prado Gomez, and Norman Zelaya

 

 

Produced and Presented by Acción Latina

For any questions please contact paseoartistico@accionlatina.org


 
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Participatory Application

 

 

UPCOMING PASEO (October 13, 2018) THEME: 

“WOMEN & INDIGENOUS RESILIENCE”

The October 13th Paseo Artistico will celebrate Indigenous People’s Day with local indigenous artists showcasing in different mediums and genres, as well highlight the power and leadership of women in the Mission District community. Paseo is partnering with Precita Eyes and Balmy Alley Block Party to feature the unveiling of local muralist Lucia Ippolito’s new Women of the Resistance mural. Paseo is also partnering with Plaza 16 Coalition to help ensure more affordable housing opportunities in the Mission. 

DEADLINES: 

10/5/18 

APPLICATIONhttps://goo.gl/forms/2hpLjo9iQdM5CD7E2

CONTACT

For further information and or clarification please email: Paseoartistico@accionlatina.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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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.

 
 

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