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  • Roybal, JenJoy
    _____ From: The LAB [mailto:kchappa@thelab.org] Sent: Wednesday, July 12, 2006 2:26 PM To: jennifer.easton@sanjoseca.gov Subject: Guillermo Gomez-Pena in El
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      From: The LAB [mailto:kchappa@...]
      Sent: Wednesday, July 12, 2006 2:26 PM
      To: jennifer.easton@...
      Subject: Guillermo Gomez-Pena in El Corazon de la Mission




      alternate descriptionThe LAB presents

      El Corazon de la Mission
      With Guillermo Gomez-Pena and La Pocha Nostra

      Call 415-864-8855 for advance reservations/ ticket sales

      Tour Schedule: Two tours daily, departing from Galeria de la Raza at 2857 24th Street , at Bryant. Limited seating available.
      Opening night - Friday, July 28: Tours depart at 5:30 and 7:00 PM
      Saturday, July 29: Tours depart at 2:30 and 4:30 PM
      Saturday, August 5: Tours depart at 2:30 and 4:30 PM
      Tuesday, August 8:Tours depart at 12:30 and 2:30 PM (offered as part of ISEA parallel programming)
      Saturday, August 12: Tours depart at 2:30 and 4:30 PM
      Prices: $20.00/WET (21+, includes tequila toasts) $15.00/DRY (under 21, no tequila)

      The LAB, in conjunction with La Pocha Nostra and Circuit Network, invites you to experience the Mission District as you've never seen it before. Take the hippest adventure tour in the heart of the hippest city, San Francisco . El Corazon de la Mission is part mobile public art project, part site-specific performance, part tourist attraction and all serious fun. Guillermo Gomez-Pena--the renowned writer, border activist, performance provocateur, reverse anthropologist, and NPR commentator--has scripted and narrated this 80-minute tour to take you deep into the heart of the Mission , the place he has called home for almost 15 years. From Dolores Park to Clarion Alley and the 24th Street Corridor, ride shotgun with Gomez-Pena as he honors the Mission 's ghosts, from fallen labor leaders of the 1930s to testosterone-driven low-riders of the 1980s, and celebrates the ever-evolving social, cultural and political sensibilities of his favorite neighborhood in San Francisco .


      The LAB, a project of the*art*re*grĂ¼p, inc., is supported in part by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation; The LEF Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; the Rainbow Grocery Cooperative, the San Francisco Publicity and Advertising Fund's Hotel Tax/Grants for the Arts program; The Puffin Foundation Ltd., The San Francisco Foundation; The San Francisco Arts Commission Cultural Equity Grants Program; Zellerbach Family Fund; and members of The LAB. The ideas expressed in this site are not necessarily those of our funders.

      For more information on upcoming events at The LAB visit our website at www.thelab.org

      The LAB is an interdisciplinary arts organization which supports the development and presentation of new visual, performing, media and literary art. We assist artists in the creation of new work and showcase work of the highest quality by emerging and underrepresented experimental artists. Of particular interest is work which crosses boundaries, encourages evolving artistic and social dialogue between artists and audiences, and develops the culture and community of the San Francisco Bay Area.


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