Other Cultural Districts’ News

In solidarity with our fellow Cultural Districts, we are pleased to invite you to like, follow and attend the events of San Francisco’s other Cultural Districts:

Upcoming Events!Map of San Francisco's 8 Cultural Districts, 11 May 2020


SOMA Pilipinas Filipino Cultural Heritage District

Calle 24 Latino Cultural District

Castro LGBTQ Cultural District

San Francisco Japantown Cultural District

SF African-American Arts and Culture District

Transgender District

American Indian Cultural District

American Indian Cultural District


Other Cultural Districts’ Upcoming Events


Castro LGBTQ Cultural District Hires District Manager
Castro LGBTQ Cultural District has selected Tina Valentin Aguirre, board chair of the GLBT Historical Society, as its new District Manager.
“The Castro LGBTQ Cultural District will play a critical role not only in preserving the queer history and culture of the neighborhood, but in planning with intentionality for a kinder, more diverse neighborhood for the folks who live, work and play there,” said GLBT Historical Society executive director Terry Beswick, who facilitated the community organizing meetings for the Castro LGBTQ Cultural District from February 2018 until the passage of the enacting legislation in July 2019.
“I can’t think of a better person for this role than Tina Valentin Aguirre, who as chair of the GLBT Historical Society has led the organization during a period of phenomenal growth. They have been a great friend and mentor to me personally, and the district could not have made a stronger choice.”
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The San Francisco African American Arts & Cultural District has been working in collaboration with the San Francisco Department of Emergency to create cultural competent messaging in the black community around COVID-19. Co- Directors Ebon Glenn and Ericka Scott participated in an interview with KBLX host Sterling James to talk messaging and the mission of our Cultural District in general.

More info here.


 

PASEO ARTISTICO:
Honoring Our Relatives & Celebrating Indigenous People

Saturday, October 10, 2020
3PM-5PM
Facebook livestream 
View on @PaseoArtistico FB page, or @AccionLatina FB Page
Co-Produced by:
Calle 24 Latino Cultural District, Brava Theater, Dance Mission, Community Music Center 

The Mission District’s FREE bimonthly community art stroll returns October 10 for Indigenous People’s Day! Now you can watch it live via Facebook.

This October 10, Paseo Artistico pays homage to Indigenous People featuring music, poetry and dance dedicated to the history of Native people in the Bay Area. Artists and Native speakers will address political realities of Indigenous people and the significance of this upcoming election. Native AIM /Alcatraz Island Occupation activist, and board member of the American Indian Cultural District, Mary Travis-Allen will break down how native peoples have been treated here in San Francisco. The event also features poetry from SF Poet Laureate Kim Shuck, Latin jazz music from Erick Peralta, visual art from Alexander Hernandez, and the Dance Mission produced Chishkale: The Blessing of the Acorn with Tisina Parker. Hosted by Rodrigo Duran of Calle 24

Please join us at 3PM Saturday October 10, 2020 by logging on to our Facebook Page @PaseoArtistico and @AccionLatina. FREE.

Paseo Artistico is encouraging everyone to use your voice, vote and fight for those who have historically been left out of true democracy. In that same spirit, El Tecolote Founder, Juan Gonzales and editor in chief, Alexis Terrazas will also join us as we continue to celebrate 50 Years of El Tecolote, a people powered bilingual newspaper. We also invited several businesses from 24th Street Latino Cultural District to join us live on Facebook. Featured businesses include Frida’s Closet, La Mejor Bakery, Diju Jewelry, La Palma (see below for addresses).  Join us for this powerful and exciting event to honor all our relatives and celebrate Indigenous People’s Day.

Learn more at paseoartistico.org

Paseo Artistico is produced by Accion Latina and copresenters within the Calle 24 Latino Cultural District art venues including Mission Cultural Center, Brava Theater, Dance Mission, Calle 24 Latino Cultural District,  Adobe Books, Community Music Center, Precita Eyes, SF Day Laborers and Domestic Workers, Loco Bloco and ZERO1 

Paseo Artistico: Honoring Our Relatives
Hosted by Rodrigo Duran (Calle 24)


Please send links on other Cultural District events to web@sflcd.org and we will post them here!

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