APRIL 29, 2005........ 7:30pm-8:00pm___________
Intimate Theatre (Admission Fee)
Deep Song for Aztlan
and raised in Colombia, and residing in Los Angeles since 1980, Antonieta
Villamil is an international award winning bilingual poet, narrator, editor,
translator and activist. To intensify the poetic experience, she interweaves
Cante Jondo arrangements with poetry, rhythms and voices from India, Middle-East,
Spain, Africa, Latino African, and indigenous women of America.
Musician: Martin Espino
Flamenco Gypsy Style Dancer: Claudia de la Cruz, www.tierra-flamenca.com
and and guitarrist Omar Avalos
Visual Art: Alberto Gómez and Yolanda Londoño from the Series
MAY 1, 2005.......... 3:00pm-4:00pm___________
Luckman Intimate Theatre (Free)
Based in Los Angeles, California, In Lak Ech is a performance poetry collective
of Xicana multi-media artists, writers, students, and organizers uniting
to tell Her-story through canto, comedy, poetry, and observation. Felicia
Montes, Marisol Tores, Claudia Mercado, and Cristina Gorocica convey a
unique blend of modern day oral tradition, exploring politics, spitrituality,
love, and pain.
Friday April 29
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