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HACIA AFUERA: Taking Back Our Streets Through the Arts!
895 Shore Road
Bronx, NY 10464


August 28th, 2010 - August 29th, 2010
Opening: 
August 16th, 2010 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
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ART FOR CHANGE presents
HACIA AFUERA
Taking Back Our Streets Through the Arts!

August 28 & 29 (Sat-Sun), 12-5pm
105 St & Lexington Ave
FREE Outdoor Art & Music Festival
(rain or shine)

ART FOR CHANGE presents Hacia Afuera, a weekend-long festival celebrating art, music, food, and performance. The festival will take place in Spanish Harlem’s streets and public community spaces and is being produced in partnership with local arts and social justice organizations.

Outdoor Art Exhibition featuring art by
Patricia Cazorla & Nancy Saleme, Esperanza Cortes, Aissa Deebi, Roberto De Jesus, Laura F. Gibellini, Marissa A. Gutiérrez-Vicario, Alejandro Endoke Makuendo Guzman, Gabriel Pacheco, Tara Parsons, Michael Pribich, Elisa Pritzker, Gabriel Reese

Live Performance* by
Camila Meza Trio, Genesis Be, George Trivino, La Bruja,
Los Mas Valientes, The Stepkids

PLUS Storytelling by Bobby Gonzalez, Live Theater by Coatlicue Theater Company, Arts and Crafts for kids, Film Screenings, Drumming Workshop and food from local street vendors.

*Performances subject to change
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Hacia Afuera is made possible with support by Mount Sinai Hospital, Community Board 11, NYC Department of Parks and Recreation, Hope Community Inc, Nuyorican Poets Cafe and Taller Boricua. The programs of Art for Change are supported by The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, Association of Hispanic Arts, Council member Melissa Mark Viverito, Materials for the Arts, the AFC founders collective and by a group of committed volunteers.


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