TONANTZIN JAMS **** INDIGENOUS ARTS COALITION

date5, 5, 2013

TONANTZIN JAMS **** INDIGENOUS ARTS COALITION

SUNDAY MAY 5
11-5pm
Tenderloin National Forest // 509 Ellis Street, SF
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Traditional and contemporary indigenous art, activists and rockers:

Speakers:
Wichapiluta Candelaria (Ohlone)
Anthony Sul (Ohlone)
Clayton Duncan (Pomo)
L. Frank Manriquez (Tongva-Acjachemen)
POBREs/Po’ Poets Project – Poets in Poverty Using the word, to heal,educate and relate

Danza:
Calpulli Coalitcue (Danza Mexica)

Artists:
Sarah Rosalena Brady (Laguna Pueblo and Huichol)
Rye Purvis (Diné)
Hartman Deetz (Mashpee Wôpanâak)
Jean Melesaine ( Samoa; villages of Moamoa and Falealili)
Erlin Geffrard (Haitian)
Oree Originol (Mexica)
Margarita Herrera Neri (Mexica)
Mario Ayala
Nizhoni Ellenwood (NiMiiPuu Nez Perce & Apache)

Music:
Maidu Independant Theater (Maidu langauge rock band out of Roseville, CA)
Sweatlodge
Daniel Rodriguez (Otomi Hñähñu Rockero)

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The Indigenous Arts Coalition and the San Francisco Art Institute’s Global Programs in collaboration with the Luggage Store and 509 Cultural Annex Present “Tonantzin Jams,” an event celebrating traditional and contemporary indigenous art, activism, rockers and lowriders. In addition to art projections and mural, there will be live music and poetry, as well as food and beverages provided.

More about the Tenderloin National Forest here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02TIDKBztgw

Tenderloin National Forest is made possible by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts – the San Francisco Foundation – Kenneth Rainin Foundation – Walter and Elise Haas Foundation Cultural Commons Fund – San Francisco Grants for the Arts.

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