Cafe Cultura's Open Mic 5/8/15

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Cafe Cultura's Open Mic 5/8/15 says
Spread the word...Bring your family & friends!!!!!


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.... May 8th, June 12th, and July 10th (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:

---->Night Oblivion: is a drum & dance company made up of elementary school students from SOAR Charter Elementary, located in far northeast Denver. These highly advanced 8-11 year old children perform traditional music from Guinea and Mali, West Africa. They have been featured in the Westword Magazine, have received City Wide Honor for music and have performed for/with Cleo Parker Robinson dance company, Angela Davis, Mayor Hancock, and the Black Arts Festival.

---->Black Actor’s Guild: Started in 2009 five African-American students from Denver, CO, the Black Actors Guild is now a multicultural and diverse group of artists with the vision of crafting original, engaging content. Our artists are professionals who spend their days making at that provides a one of kind experience in the realms of education and production.

Community Feature:

---->The Woodbine Ecology Center: is a unique educational center that offers courses, workshops, and events. At Woodbine, we come together, people and communities from varied backgrounds and histories, to address the fundamental social and ecological issues of our times. By promoting and integrating indigenous values and sustainable community we seek to re-establish our balance in the circle of life.

Live art by:

---->David Ocelotl Garcia: Is a Mexican artist who expresses himself through many mediums, including sculpture, painting, music and dance. His work is culturally diverse and inspired by tradition, history, nature, balance and everyday life. “My art is the evolution of my past reflections of the future.” He has been featured in the Westword and El Semanario.

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