Paseo Artístico is a free and bilingual bi-monthly second Saturday art stroll showcasing the unique cultural vitality within the Latino Cultural District (Calle 24). Line up includes workshops, film screenings, dance classes, performances, interactive activities, children programming , etc.
MISSION & VISION:
The mission of the Calle 24 Paseo Artístico Art Walk Series is to ensure a rich array of ongoing, collaborative cultural arts programming within San Francisco’s newly designated Latino Cultural District. Our vision is that the Calle 24 Paseo Artístico Series will spotlight the neighborhood and its vital, community oriented arts and cultural programming, attracting a diverse group of pedestrians--neighborhood residents and tourists alike--who can enjoy a full day of stimulating cultural arts activities every second Saturday of every other month.
UPCOMING PASEO (October 13, 2018) 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 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.
DEADLINES:Application deadline is Wed. October 3rd 2018. All entries must be submitted by 12PM PST.
CONTACT:For further information and or clarification please email: firstname.lastname@example.org