RSVP Now for Meet and Greet the New Deputy Consul General and Learn More about San Francisco and Vietnamese Relations
Join us for an afternoon with internationally recognized cultural ambassador, curator, author, publisher and philanthropist, Jacqueline Ngo Mpii (founder and CEO of Little Africa) on the US book tour of her City Guide-Africa in Paris. “Jacqui” will be in conversation with Maison Noire Amèricaine Executive Director, Robin Bates, as the two “culture-preneurial” dynamos discuss the African and African Diasporic communities in Paris.
Artistic déjà vu is at work given "Death and The Artist" debuted at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, twenty years ago. An energetic cast of ten met by an enthusiastic audience makes for a magical evening at the theater in San Francisco's historic Mission District. It was standing ovations for multicultural theater expert and playwright Carlos Barón's "Death and the Artist" directed by SF BATCO co-founder Marcelo Javier over opening weekend.
Saturday, October 12th The Wright Brothers tenth anniversary celebration kicks off festivities with an afternoon cookout with tribute to family, friends and military. It is the perfect warm up to the Baker High School 40th Reunion and Fundraiser at The Columbus Trade Center that benefits Baker Middle School.
Mayor London N. Breed, along with Senator Scott Wiener and Supervisor Rafael Mandelman, announced Wednesday, October 7, 2019, the next steps for implementing a strengthened conservatorship program in San Francisco.
Media & VIP Preview Night October 17th for Carlos Barón's "Death and The Artist" Directed by Marcelo Javier
In the heart of San Francisco's Mission District, media and guests will preview Chilean playwright and SF State's Carlos Barón's "Death and The Artist" directed by San Francisco native Marcelo Javier, at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts.
The Art of Resistance: BATCO presents a Latino folktale about how death brings meaning to life in their daring dramedy, Death and the Artist
The San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Company (BATCO) presents "Death and the Artist: A Latino folktale about how death brings meaning to life." The show takes place at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts from Friday October 18th through November 3rd 2019 (over Halloween and Día de los Muertos), with a press and VIP preview on October 17th. Attendees are invited to don their best costume for our special Halloween night show on October 31st or come dressed in your best Calaca at any performance for a chance to win a special prize. "Death and The Artist," Original Work by Mercedes Rein & Jorge Curi, Adaptation by Carlos Barón and Directed by Marcelo Javier, comes as Latinx Heritage Month ends, October 5 amid preparations for Halloween and Dia de Lost Muertos.
Plan to hear the stories of soldiers and their families who we tell "Thanks For Your Service."
FOR THE GOOD OF U.S.~ HOUSE SPEAKER NANCY PELOSI AND CONGRESS ON RIGHT TRACK FOR IMPEACHMENT OF THE PRESIDENT
San Francisco writer, ANH LÊ says House Leader Nancy Pelosi's call to start impeachment of President Donald Trump is a good thing for the country. No one is above the law. Let the laws rule and the country win.
Anti-voter suppression and civil rights activist Andrea Miller to appear at events throughout the Bay Area
Andrea Miller, a nationally-known, Virginia-based leader in the fight for voting rights for people of color, will speak at numerous events in the Bay Area during the period September 28 - October 3