FLACC 2022: yes water yes en San Francisco

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Festival of Latin American Contemporary Choreographers(FLACC) and Dance Mission Theater have come together for a day-long street closure on the 18th Street/Mission Creek Corridor (between Church and Dolores Streets) via art and cultural events. In partnership with Bay Area Indigenous leaders, local artists, Mission High School, the American Indian Cultural District and the American Indian Cultural Center, this ritual performance intervention will bring awareness to the blocked and soil-filled waterways in Yelamu (what is now known as San Francisco) and will memorialize the 5,700 Indigenous ancestors buried in the Mission Dolores cemetery during early colonization, drawing links between genocide, ecocide, and today's current water crisis.

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Artists: Violeta Luna, Piñata Dance Collective, Kanyon Sayers-Roods, Cece Carpio, Susana Arenas, Ras K'Dee from AudioPharmacy, Pancho Pescador, Mission High School, American Indian Cultural District, American Indian Cultural Center, InterTribal Friendship House, Hector-Jaime Rodriguez, Carmen Roman, Gregg Castro, Adrian Arias, Juliana Mendonca, Idle No More- Alison Ehara-Brown, Joel Pamerantz, Jesus Cortes

Category: Arts | Performing Arts | Dance

Date and Time: Saturday October 01, 2022 at 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Venue Details: Decolonizing 18th Street (Between Dolores St. & Church St.), 3750 18th Street, San Francisco, California, 94114, United States

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Festival of Latin American Contemporary Choreographers(FLACC) and Dance Mission Theater have come together for a day-long street closure on the 18th Street/Mission Creek Corridor (between Church and Dolores Streets) via art and cultural events. In partnership with Bay Area Indigenous leaders, local artists, Mission High School, the American Indian Cultural District and the American Indian Cultural Center, this ritual performance intervention will bring awareness to the blocked and soil-filled waterways in Yelamu (what is now known as San Francisco) and will memorialize the 5,700 Indigenous ancestors buried in the Mission Dolores cemetery during early colonization, drawing links between genocide, ecocide, and today's current water crisis.

URLs:
Tickets: https://go.evvnt.com/1335612-0?pid=6842
Website: https://go.evvnt.com/1335612-2?pid=6842
Facebook: https://go.evvnt.com/1335612-3?pid=6842
Instagram: https://go.evvnt.com/1335612-4?pid=6842
Twitter: https://go.evvnt.com/1335612-5?pid=6842
YouTube: https://go.evvnt.com/1335612-6?pid=6842

Artists: Violeta Luna, Piñata Dance Collective, Kanyon Sayers-Roods, Cece Carpio, Susana Arenas, Ras K'Dee from AudioPharmacy, Pancho Pescador, Mission High School, American Indian Cultural District, American Indian Cultural Center, InterTribal Friendship House, Hector-Jaime Rodriguez, Carmen Roman, Gregg Castro, Adrian Arias, Juliana Mendonca, Idle No More- Alison Ehara-Brown, Joel Pamerantz, Jesus Cortes

Category: Arts | Performing Arts | Dance

Date and Time: Saturday October 01, 2022 at 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Venue Details: Decolonizing 18th Street (Between Dolores St. & Church St.), 3750 18th Street, San Francisco, California, 94114, United States

Categoría: Eventos ›
Subcategoría: Otros Eventos ›
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