Ghostly Labor Work In Progress
September 30 at 7PM
Ghostly Labor, by Vanessa Sanchez and La Mezcla delves into the rich history of labor in the US-Mexico borderlands, combining the art forms of Tap Dance, Mexican Zapateado, Son Jarocho and Afro-Caribbean movement. Through a captivating fusion of polyrhythmic movement and an original score, the production examines the legacy of systemic labor exploitation and celebrates the resilience and unity found in collective resistance.
Come see a work in progress of this performance and engage with the cast.
Doors Open at 7:00 PM
Performance at 7:30 PM
Teen Tech Center at MACLA
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QUEER-ENNIAL: A STORY OF ARMOR
September 1 – November 12, 2023
The Queer-ennial: A Story of Armor showcases resiliency as artists protect their mind, body, and spirit. This exhibition features 23 Queer Latinx artists.
Featuring: Arely Cardenas, Juan Manuel Carmona, Houyee Chow-Jiménez, Ruben Escalante, Danny Feliz Hanson, Sarah Gomez, Cynthia Gonzalez, Alex Hernandez, Ester Hernandez, Joel Hernandez, Samantha Herrera, Michael Khoi Tran, Androgony King, Alma Landetta, León, Danielle Lopez, Humberto Maldonado, Devin Osorio, Fernando Reyes, Pedro Rivas Lopez, Euguene Rodriguez, Maya Salcido White, Jackelin Solorio.
Monday – Tuesday: Closed, open by appointment only.
Wednesday – Friday: Open 12pm to 7pm.
Saturday – Sunday: Open 12pm to 5pm.
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