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Artillery AG presents MAPP

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CAN YOU FEEL IT!!!! MAPP IS THIS SATURDAY!!!! Good vibes, jamming, all the feels, and so much more!!!

Support musicians, artists, and creative spaces!

Los Nadies 7-7:45pm
Tochtli Xochitl aka Chris L7 Cuadrado 7:50-8:10 pm
La Mandanga 8:15-9:00pm
La Clandestina Bay Sf 9:10-10:00pm

Standing in Solidarity with Youth Worldwide
To Increase The Peace and Transcend Violence

whether it be the hallways of our schools, in the streets of Aleppo, Herat, Gaza or in the gentrification across the planet, sending poor families into encampments, Or in the trigger happy policing of communities of color and the poor everywhere: The violence is system wide and system deep and it must be so addressed. We are humbled and inspired to follow the youth of the world as they take the lead in this global movement



The Secret Garden
Curators: Jesucio Varela & Arturo “El Suavecito” Mendez
4:00-4:10pm Blessing by Jorge Molina
4:15-4:35 Nekia
4:45-5:15 Andreina Maldonado: On Refelctions (Dance)
5:30-6:00 Mazin
6:10-6:40 Clarion Crew
6:50-7:20 LA GENTE SF (Cumbia, Reggae, Hip-Hop)
7:30-8:10 Jasmine Fuego
8:20-9:00 Taller Bombalele (Bomba y mas)
Visual art exhibitions: "Radical prints" by Jhovany Rodriguez de Ala & "tree installation" by Veronica Solis
Bocaditos de la America Latina y más!!

Littlespot Café
1199 South Van Ness St. @ 23rd
Curator: Bloodflower
12:30-12:45pm Diamond Dave (opening beatnik blessing)
1:00-2:00pm Brother Spellbinder (cinematic folk)
2:00 - 2:15 Val Ibarra, E.K. Keith, Bloodflower
2:15 3:30 Timecat

San Francisco Mime Troupe Studio
855 Treat Avenue between 21st & 22nd
Curator: SF Mime Troupe's 22nd Annual Youth Theater Project
1:30-1:55pm Jorge Molina: Welcome & Blessing
2:00-3:30pm "Revolution Starts With Us," two new original one-act plays written and performed by youth artists
(limited seating available - no intermission - no entry/exit during performance)

2754 Harrison (Btwn 23rd and 24th St)
Curators: David Kubrin & Jorge Molina
9:00-9:30 Intro and invocation
9:30-9:45 Breakfast (educational, absurdist songs)
9:45-10:00 Lynn the Poetitian (poetry)
10:00-10:40 Justin Ancheta & friends (folk-lyricoamericano)
10:40-10:55 David Kubrin (word contortionist)
10:55-12:00 Jorge Molina and "Warike"
Visual artist: Marco Razo
Food and drinks: Cafe Morena, Sofia Elias

Mission Branch Library
300 Bartlett @ 24th ST
Curator: Alison B
3:00 David Kubrin (Introduction/Poetry)
3:15 Alzara & Brother Spellbinder
3:30 Julia Rob Jack (Poems)
4:15 Bloodflower (music and more)
4:30 Oma (Live Music from Isle La Réunion)

Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts
2868 Mission Street
Curator: Adriana Camarena
6:30-9:00pm in the MAYAN WAR ROOM:
Justice & Honor for Luis Góngora Pat (killed by SFPD 4/7/2016) Opening Reception & Fundraiser
Featuring the artwork of Fidelia del Carmen May Can (Luis's Widow) Rossana Góngora May (Luis’s Daughter) and many more

Community Music Center
544 Capp Street (Between 20th & 21st Street)
Curator: Sylvia Sherman & Tregar Otton
6:30 pm – 7:00pm Salsa Dance Class with Rodrigo Ipince
7:00 PM – 9:30PM CMC Cuban Salsa Ensemble (Afro Cuban Dance Music)

Noisebridge Hackerspace
2169 Mission 3rd floor (between 18th and 17th)
Curators: James Sundquist & Ruth Grace Wong
6:30-10:00pm Artist Exhibition in our public community-run workshop/event space
Leave Me Alone Sweater by Ruth Grace Wong
7:00-8:00pm Learn to use the Laser Cutter
8:00-10:00pm Gnar Karaoke!
Artwork by Cere Davis

Sun-Rise Restaurant/Adobe Books
3126 24th St
Curator: Veronica Solis
Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Sun-Rise
(Benefit to save Sunrise Cafe from rent hikes and eviction)
5:30-7:45 Performances: Nekia Wright, Todd Brown, & Patricia Fernandez
Visual work: Susana Aragon, Patrick Piazza, Veronica Solis,
Indira Urrutia, Paz de la Calzada and Ella Noe.

Red poppy Art House
2698 Folsom @ 23rd
Curator: Todd T Brown
7:30-7:55 Justin Seagrave/Schuyler Karr(Bass and Guitar duo)
8:01-8:43 Tom Sway (In a theater of songs)
8:47-9:03 Kristi Williamson/Adrian Arias (“Insect" experimental dance)
9:14-9:29 “Limon"(a performatic experience of Ceviche)
9:31-10:00 Michael Warr (Moment's Happening-from a past and present)
Visual Exhibition of Santiago Insignares: ¡Aquí no hay moscas!

Pacific Felt Factory
2830 20th Street, between York/Bryant
Curator: Spike Kahn
12:00-6:00pm Mission Open Studios
Beth Waldman, Jon Fischer, Rodney Ewing, Truong Tran, Cindy Shih, Irman Arcibal,
Brian Singer, Karen Olsen-Dunn, and Mathew Priest

MAPP is a familia, a community and a series of arts, music and activist events that has been taking place in the Mission for over 14 years. MAPP is always the first Saturday of the month every two months. MAPP is always free. Mapp will be encompassing over 14 venues as well as public spaces, street corners, bart stations, cafes, bars, taquerias, homes all over La Mission. The event features taking common spaces and for one orchestrated beautifully chaotic evening, transforming them into whatever we want: including free live music, Spoken word, Performance art, Film screenings, BBQ's, garage sales, unorthodox conversations and happenings.



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