LIVE PERFORMANCES COMPETITION | Inti Raymi Gallery
$5 Cover - $10 Entry Fee
Friday, February 24th | 6:00 - 9:00pm
Best Beats Competition, featuring some of the best producers in the SF-Bay Area. Join us for our second Winter Beat Battle Competition.
Miercoles, Marzo 1 / 7:00pm – 9:00 pm
MCCLA, Café de la muerte, Gallery 2do piso / Gratis - Free
Con la Biblioteca Pública de San Francisco, MCCLA presenta un club literario para adultos en la comunidad de la Misión para leer y discutir libros en español. El Club tuvo mucho éxito desde su comienzo el 23 de abril del 2012 con más de 15 integrantes cada mes.
Para más información, por favor llamen a Ramon Hernandez, Bibliotecario de Adultos de la Biblioteca de la Misión al 415-355-2800 |
LIBRO DEL MES: PATRIA O MUERTE by Alberto Barrera Tyszka.
FASHION SHOW | Saturday, March 11, 2017 | 7:00 pm | Theater | RSVP on Eventbrite
Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts (MCCLA) 40th Anniversary celebration will kick off with a retrospective show of costumes, designed by Mario Chacon, award-winning, Salvadoran designer. Spanning a creative career of over 50 years, the
costumes will be presented in a runway show on Saturday, March 11 at 7 pm in the Theater.
Also, Join us for the reception afterwards with music by the trio “El Guajiro”.
Models, representing the diversity of the community, will showcase a lavish line-up of 75 one of a kind costumes, including Historical, Ethic and Carnaval styles.
Mario is highly regarded in the Mission District for the many fantasy costumes that he has designed and produced for numerous Carnaval San Francisco contingents over the years. Mario Chacon studied architecture in El Salvador, but a costume design program at City College of Los Angeles ignited his passion for fashion and design. Mario’s designs have been featured at the deYoung Museum and are on permanent display in San Salvador. His most recent exhibition is in Santa Tecla, El Salvador, a historic town outside the capital.
Luis Echegoyen, pioneer of Bay Area Latin television, will host the show. Immediately following the show there will be a meet and greet in the Gallery on the second floor providing an opportunity to talk to the designer and mingle with the costumed models.