fix articles 114057, centro cultural
Chicano Arts Pioneer Takes On Globalization and War (tags)
Pioneering Chicano artist Malaquias Montoya was present at the creation of the Chicano rights movement in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s, being one of the organizers of the Mexican American Liberation Arts Front (MALAF) who helped create the images of that movement. But he’s also involved with current social and political controversies. In his show “Globalization and War: The Aftermath,” through March 4 at the Centro Cultural de la Raza in Balboa Park, he takes on Guantánamo, Abu Ghraib, the U.S. government’s rationalization of torture (“softening them up for interrogation”), the growing gap between rich and poor in the U.S. and throughout the world, and other progressive themes in a bold, assertive and often brutal style derived from 20th century New York artist Ben Shahn and the Mexican muralists Orozco and Siquieros.
Anarquistas Tendrán Feria de Libros, Difundirán Literatura Radical (tags)
Se convoca al pueblo para talleres, presentaciones, y experimentación con relaciones no-opresivas
QUETZAL* TO HIT SANTA ANA IN RELEASE OF THEIR NEW ALBUM “DIE COWBOY DIE!” +CONSCIOUS HIP HOP FROM MEXICAL TO LOS ANGELES SANTA ANA, CA (September, 2006): Experience electrifying performances by the booming Los Angeles-based, Roots-Rock band-- QUETZAL-- performing for el Centro Cultural de Mexico to share their new CD “Die Cowboy Die.” Proving their grassroot spirit, Quetzal has performed each year at el Centro Cultural, opening their music to the community of youth, immigrants, and activists of Orange County. Friday, September 29th 8 pm donations: $10 students/$12 general No one turned away for lack of funds. Food and drinks will be sold during event.
Son del Centro y El Pinche Simón: El Enemigo Común in Santa Ana (tags)
On February 18th, about 50 people came out to El Centro Cultural de México in Santa Ana to hear Son del Centro perform son jarocho music and see a premier screening of El Enemigo Común.
Both Sides of the Border: Latin American and Chicano Art (tags)
With the recent upsurge in popularity for Latino art, Carlotta's Passion Fine Arts intends to present a proper historical and aesthetic context for what is quickly becoming an internationally renown school of art. As an expression of a newly independent hemisphere, Latin American art has long delighted and inspired a world audience. Vibrant, compelling and rooted in the unique experience of the Americas, the genre provides a bridge for a new contemporary US art movement. Chicano Art is the visual language of the Mexican-American community in the US, and domestically it has already made an impact with its bold aesthetics - now it is poised to become popular with the worldwide community. To help broaden that recognition, Carlotta's Passion Fine Arts presents, Both Sides of the Border: Latin American and Chicano Art.
Outreach THIS Saturday for El Centro Cultural De Mexico!! (tags)
With the recent hardships and potential loss of Self-Help Graphics, now more than ever we need to show that we are willing to WORK as COMMUNITY for the centers that make a home for such valuable events as indigenous learning environments, music classes, and ranging to punk shows and organizing meetings. OUTREACH EVENT this Saturday for Santa Ana's El Centro Cultural De Mexico!
SANTA ANA***CELEBRATE re-opening of El Centro Cultural De Mexico (tags)
this saturday, live show, free food!! help celebrate this very important community space in the santaana
espacio insurgente, brasil (tags)
Un espacio social de aglutinación y referencia de luchas globales...