Fri, Apr 29|
California Stage - R Street Art Complex
Intercultural Reflections: A Festival of the Arts
INTERCULTURAL REFLECTIONS: A FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS April 29, 30 & May 1, 2022 Saturday & Friday @7pm Sunday 2pm
Time & Location
Apr 29, 2022, 7:00 PM – May 01, 2022, 5:00 PM
California Stage - R Street Art Complex, 2509 R St, Sacramento, CA 95816, USA
About the event
INTERCULTURAL REFLECTIONS: A FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS
Friday April 29 @ 7pm
Saturday April 30 @ 7pm
Sunday May 1 @ 2pm
Sliding Scale Donation: $10-$20
R|Street Arts Complex 2509 R St. Sacramento, CA 95816
For tickets visit: teatroespejo.com
Featuring Live Performances by Sacramento Regional Multidisciplinary Artists:
Laura "Immobeme" Cook Tomas Yin Ernesto Montoya BJ O. Aglubat Adelita Serena Mercy Lagaaia Juan Antonio Ramos Jorge Quintana Jasmin Lewis
ALL ON ONE STAGE!
Intercultural Reflections: A Festival of the Arts is an expression of spoken word, poetry, and drama.
In celebration of Teatro Espejo’s 47 year in community, and in association with The Macbeth Project, Philippine National Day Association, & Ma Series Arts with support from The California Arts Council, we present “Intercultural Reflections: A Festival of the Arts” focusing on the power of the word and celebrating multilingual, bicultural, aesthetics centering and honoring lived experience and contemporary narratives of BIPOC Sacramento community-based artist.
Live performances include spoken word, recited poetry, and theatre! This event features celebrated diverse talents from Northern California also integrating the audience through observation, call and response and post-performance dialogue. We focus on work that is culturally relevant, speaks of diversity, empowers its audience through social justice, and/or embraces multiculturalism embracing their intercultural pride and love.
Special Events at the Festival:
Lobby Art Installation exhibit by Institute of American Indian Arts MFA candidate; Dominick Porras “Indigenous Intersections”
Short Film Premiere @ 7pm each day:
Sacramento premier screening of internationally acclaimed choreographer Bernard Brown, The Weight of Sugar, filmed on location at a renovated historic mill. Bernard Brown/bbmoves’ latest short film uses the lens of sugar to illuminate some of the lasting effects of colonialism on women of color. With support from a strong community, a young black woman guides us toward ascension, releasing the vestiges of oppression scattered. Directed by Jingqiu Guan.
Saturday only! 11am-5pm – FREE
Intercultural Vendors Parking Lot Pop-Up Get Down
Open Mic hosted by MC extraordinaire Marisol Pickett Showing up as Selena Q
Food Truck Madness
Teatro Espejo is a Chicanx/Latinx community theater that not only produces plays that are culturally relevant but works that reflect issues that affect the community as a whole.
MA Series Arts nonprofit 2018: dedicated to support, performance, research & practice by women y queers of color, honoring the full spectrum of cultural and gender identities.
Philippine National Day Association- Carrying out Educational, Cultural, and Arts Programs that Empower the Community.
The MacBeth Project was built out of a community outcry for more African American representation in the classical theater arts. It is a 5-year project producing the story of MacBeth, co-created with a different cultural asset each year, infusing the productions with both cultural identities.
All who enter the facility must wear masks & provide Proof of Vaccination or negative test within 48 hours.
This event is made possible by the generous support of the California Arts Council.
*Featuring excerpts from: FIRE! The Harlem Renaissance 1926. FIRE!! was one of the most important publications of the Harlem Renaissance. It was created in 1926 by a young group of African American artists and writers who intended it to be the first issue.
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