Where are all the Chican@ Artists
Lots of different types of events coming up
RuthAnne Tarletz de Molina
Where are the Chicana/os this weekend/next week/next month? Some of us will just be kicking back, but others are out and about, both this weekend and next? I'm looking for a ride to Haramokngna as the van keeps over-heating (we've tried various solutions)?
Published on LatinoLA: September 17, 2005
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: The Chicano Calendar Ano Tochtli ~ 2006 is now available for prepublication sale. Go to http://www.0101aztlan.net/2006calendar.html to place an order.
Fall Equinox Flute Circle at Haramokngna American Indian Cultural Center
Opening Event 2005 World Festival of Sacred Music - Los Angeles
Saturday/Sunday, September 17/18, 2005, 10am - 6pm
Pancake Breakfast September 17, 8am-10am, Haramokngna Caf?
$5 donation for breakfast - $10 for workshops
Please join us for this two-day celebration of the music of our Indigenous people.
Michael Heralda 5:15pm on Saturday
Xipe Totec Danzantes on Sunday
Overnight accommodations - space for small tents or a barracks floor
for sleeping bags and request donations of pot luck supplies to feed our guests
Take Angeles Crest Highway (2) N of the 210 at La Ca?ada 14 miles to the junction with Mt. Wilson Rd in the Angeles National Forest.
Latino Artists of Los Angeles, Defining Self & Inspiration
Sponsored by Farmers Insurance Group
September 9 - October 2, 2005
The Millard Sheets Gallery, 1101 W. McKinley Ave, Pomona, CA 91768
Wednesday, September 21, 2005, 7pm - Special Event - Public Forum
Lecture and slides on current issues in contemporary Latino art Presented by Andrew Connors, Senior Curator at the National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Panel discussion will follow with artists, curators and cultural critics.
This is a spectacular & diverse show. Check out Germs Zacarias & Sergio Rebia. See Vibiana Aparicio Chamberlin's anti-War paintings and room sized installation. Magu has his car out front. Linda Valleyo & Oscar Castillo are represented.
See Gilbert Lujan (Magu) works at NewTown Presents
Whose/Who's California: Golden State x10
Opening: September 24, 2005, 7pm to 9pm
Special Opening Night Performance by Double Naught Spy Car
Armory Center for the Arts, Mezzanine Gallery, 145 N. Raymond, Pasadena
Show Runs through January 6, 2006
Richard Amromin (626)398-9278 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mariposas Nocturnales by Gregg Stone and Victor Sepulveda
Opening Reception - Friday, September 23, 2005, 7p - 10p
Crewest Gallery, 2703 W Valley Blvd, Alhambra, CA 91803
September.24th to October 26th
Alex Manone - 626.458.2465
Exploring the beauty and the reality of Tijuana prostitutes by Gregg Stone juxtapostioned with the idealied, air-brushed visions of prostitutes by Victor Sepulveda.
Aztlan Mexica Nation Harmony Keepers -Present- Noche de Cultura
Saturday, September 24, 2005, 6pm - 10pm
Special Guests: Victor-e / el vuh; Twenty twenty de aztlan; Quese & IMC
6320 Florence Avenue, Unit F, Bell Gardens, CA 90201
(Cross Streets: Garfield Avenue & Toler)
Event/Vendor Information: (323) 441-1929
Sunday, September 25, 2005, 11am - 4pm
CActuS Gallery & Gifts, 4534 Eagle Rock Blvd, Eagle Rock, CA 90041
Sandra - 323.256.6117
RuthAnne Tarletz de Molina of S'Arte Jewelry Studio will be showing her jewelry at this event. Come and see this fabulous store with art and artisania from as far away as Argentina.
A Brave New World
Featuring Latin@ Artists from the Mental Menudo Art Collective
Opening Reception September 25, 2005,4p - 9p
Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock, 2225 Colorado Blvd.
September 19 - October 19, 2005
Caracol Marketplace 'Working Together to Build a Sustainable Environment'
@ proyecto jardin Community Garden
1718 bridge st between State & Boyle Streets (behind White Memorial Hospital), boyle heights (East LA) ca 90033
Sunday September 25, 2005 10am - 7pm
Caracol Collective email@example.com
It the last sunday of the month again! come and cool off in a beatiful garden with healthy foods,natural products, herbs,art books, clothes, jewelry,community workshops,childrens activities and live music!!
Homegirl Caf? presents:
"Liliflor en Synthesis"
Art exhibit, works by Lilia Ramirez
Homegirl Caf?, 1818 E. 1st St. (x St. Boyle), Boyle Heights, Ca 90033
Exhibit thru October 10, 2005
(323) 268-9353 www.Tolteca4love.com
Celebrate Latin American Heritage
Closing Reception - October 6, 2005, 5-8pm
American Friends Service Committee Gallery, 980 North Fair Oaks Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91103
August 24 - October 6, 2005
Enjoy food, nationally recognized Artists and Performers, and 95 works of art in various media created by over 50 exhibiting artists.
Curator: Patricia Lazalde; 323-724-5528
Annual Viva La Familia Fiesta - GSHA-Southern California Sponsored by Wells Fargo Bank
Saturday, October 8, 2005, 9:30am - 3pm & beyond
Biscailuz Building & the surrounding plazas on historic Olvera Street
In cooperation with the Mexican Cultural Institute of Los Angeles and the El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historic Monument, we will once again offer a full day of activities for the entire family. Our featured speaker will be Louise Pubols, Ph.D., Historian of the Museum of the American West (formerly: Autry Museum of Western Heritage) her topic is: Anita and Alfred: Intermarriage and the Family Economy of Mexican California
The entire event is free, so invite your family and friends. Arrive early, a continental breakfast awaits you, and stay through lunch, we are providing lunch to all attendees at no charge. Spread the word! Performance of La Guelaguetza by Ballet Folklorico La Nueva Antequera.
Societies and individuals are encouraged to reserve a display table by contacting Maria Garcia, Mexican Cultural Institute of Los Angeles, 213/624-3660. For further information contact GSHA-SC Fiesta Co-chairs: Karen Cordova [949/786-9268 firstname.lastname@example.org] or Donie Nelson [310/204-6808 email@example.com]
Genealogical Society of Hispanic America - Southern California Chapter; PO Box 2472; Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670-0472
"Emerging From Aztlan" 3rd Annual Chicano Art Exhibit
Da Center for the Arts, 252 D South Main St, Pomona Calif. 91766
October 8 - November 20, 2005
El Monte Latino Art Festival "Celebrating the Arts"
Saturday, October 22, 2005, 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
El Monte Community Center, Grace T. Black Auditorium, 3130 Tyler Ave, El Monte, CA 91731
RuthAnne Tarletz de Molina:
RuthAnne Tarletz de Molina is "Miss December" in the soon-to-be released Chicano Calendar Ano Tochtli ~ 2006. Actually, it's her jewelry that's being featured along with 11 other Chican@ artists. See her artworks next week at CActuS Gallery/Gifts.