Cafe Cultura's Open Mic 4/10/15

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VOLUNTEERS PLEASE ARRIVE AT 6pm :-)

Note: Make sure to come early to sign up and get a good seat.

WHAT: All ages open mic (alcohol/drug free event)

WHEN: 2nd Fri. of every month....April 10th and May 8th; June 12th (Art in the Park @ La Alma/Lincoln Park Amphitheater)

--->Doors open w/ Vendors, Food, & Live Art @ 7pm

--->Show starts @ 7:45pm

WHERE: Denver Inner City Parish/La Academia (9th Ave & Galapago St)

$3 (nobody turned away)

Everyone is welcome!

Featured performers:
---->Sol Kidz mixes rock, reggae, and latin to create positive, feel good music. From covers to originals, vocals and guitar work rule the band. The two-piece writing duo of James Hurtado and Felicia Pettis make up the core of the band and are happy to be returning to Cafe Cultura.

https://www.facebook.com/SolKidzMusic

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WfONXktLjEo

---->Summer Dreams is a 17 year old student who has found a love for the power of music and poetry. Growing up a very shy kid, she has found a voice to express herself through her writings and is determined to expand her knowledge and experiences to make her passion become a true reality. She is a dreamer, a poet, and a rapper.

Community Feature:
---->Rights for All People (RAP): is an individual membership, immigrant-rights organization that works to bring the voices of immigrants and allies to the struggle for equality, mutual respect and social justice through community organizing, leadership development and civic engagement.

www.rightsforallpeople.org

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rights-for-All-People/92093291126

Art by Carlos Lucero, who is the Denver artist who created The Traveling Chicano exhibit. He has been drawing and painting for over 30 years. Carlos paints life in its raw, natural state. At the age of 4, Carlos started at the Crusade’s Circulo Infantil (nursery), and went on to Escuela Tlatelolco, where he performed as a Conchero Dancer, and spent his summers in the Chicano Cadet program. Carlos has gone on to earn several degrees in business management and computers. He has been drawing and painting for over 25 years. He was a small business owner for over 11 years. Carlos is an accomplished artist painting portraits by commission. Painting portraits of Chicano heroes is Carlos’ way of keeping a record of the sacrifices made by Chicanos in the past.

http://www.traveling-chicano.com

For more info: info@cafecultura.org; 720-394-6589;

www.cafecultura.org

#CafeCultura #XpressYourself #TellingOurStories
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