Paseo Artístico on 24th Street is returns October 12th to the Mission! PROTECT THE SACRED: First Peoples For Environmental Justice is a community art stroll with a day full of free arts activities, performances by local artists, musicians, dancers, and more—promoting local Native American artists and the struggle for Environmental Justice. Students from CMC’s Mission District Young Musicians Program (MDYMP), led by faculty member Miguel Govea will be joining in to participate for this lively Calle 24 Latino Cultural District event.
This Indigenous People’s Day join us at Paseo Artistíco: Protect The Sacred, promoting local Native American artists and the struggle for Environmental Justice. Protect the Sacred will bring awareness to local Native American artists, activists and allies to connect the environmental justice movement from San Francisco to the Amazon. Protect the Sacred comes from the mural of the same name on 24th Street and Florida in San Francisco’s Mission District. The mural’s two creators, local artists Eli Lippert and El Chavi will offer an artist talk in front of the mural outside on 24th and Florida accompanied by Aztec dancers and local musicians Miguel Govea with students from CMC’s Mission District Young Musicians Program.
CMC musicians will be performing at 2:30pm at 24th Street and Florida, in front of the mural.
The entire festival runs from 12–8pm. View the full schedule at www.paseoartistico.org