Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts Events for April 2014




 Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts
Events for April 2014  
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EVENTS:
Carmen Film Screening for Opera(4-19)
Vive Hip Hop (4-25)
Cine Venezolano Film Screening (4-26)


EXHIBIT:
Closing Reception "Sólo Mujeres: HOME / inside out" an interdisciplinary exhibit (4-18)                                                                                   

Poetry Reading / Closing Reception for
"Sólo Mujeres Show": HOME / inside out" an interdisciplinary exhibit
Friday, April 18 / 6:30pm-7:30pm Open Mic
$5 General Admission / MCCLA Gallery, 2nd floor

Opening the night are poets Nina Serrano, Adriana Camarena, Rennea Couttenya, and Susana Aragon will be reminding us of the beauty of words. The Open mic will be optional for folks who would like to share their poetry as well. - with Nina Serrano and Rennea Couttenye.


Carmen for Families-The Movie!
Screening of San Francisco Opera's OPERA-IN-AN-HOUR Series
Saturday, April 19 / 1:00pm and 3:00pm / Free / Theater
  
Opera newcomers will thrill to the captivating music of this beloved work by Georges Bizet, featuring the alluring but dangerous Gypsy girl Carmen, the Spanish soldier who loves her and the brave bullfighter who wins her heart. Created from San Francisco Opera's performance of Carmen for Families in 2011, this screening will feature the Company's one hour movie version produced for Bay Area school and community programs.  
                           

 
Vive Hip Hop
Friday, April 25 / 7:00pm / $10 General Admission / Theater

"Vive hip hop"...is glad to present a Conscious night with Latin underground mc's from the bay area and a special guest, representing unity, respect & cultura. Come and check this event while you feel the rhythm y la buena vibra ... 




 
2:00 pm - "Koridel" (Carlos Gómez de la Espriella) is the story of a young girl who lives and works in the Venezuelan plains.

2:45 "Cenizas Eternas/Eternal Ashes" (Margarita Cadenas) The people and the millenarian culture of Yanomami are the framework of this story about the unbreakable bonds of filiations. "Anna" is played by Patricia Velásquez.

4:30 pm - "Reverón" (Diego Rísquez), this film is about the relation between one of the most famous artists in Venezuela, Armando Reveron, and his muse, Juanita Rios. 



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Sólo Mujeres: HOME / inside out".
Carmen For Families
Vive Hip Hop
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