Cafe Cultura's 7/14 Art in the Park @ La Alma Lincoln Park Amphitheater, Denver [14 July]

Cafe Cultura's 7/14 Art in the Park

18:30 - 21:30

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La Alma Lincoln Park Amphitheater
Denver, Colorado 80204
7th Annual Art in the Park

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: (July 14th....2nd Fri. of every month...Summer 2017: August 11th)

--->Marketplace w/ Vendors, Live Art, & Food for Sale @ 6:30pm

--->Show starts @ 7pm

WHERE: La Alma/Lincoln Park Amphitheater (12th Ave & Osage to the swimming pool)

$3-$5 (nobody turned away)

Everyone is welcome!

July Features:

---->CU Upward Bound Program students (Cafe Cultura's Spoken Word class): the program serves approximately 100 students from 8 different states across the country. Targeting 20 high schools located on or near Native American reservations, our program works to provide students with insight into a college life hoping to set them on a path towards higher education.

---->Def-I (Dine' Hip Hop Artist): Def-i is a Albuquerque native, representing the Southwest's Hip-Hop Scene as a member of New Mexico's Foundations of Freedom Crew, Skull Control Records, Chief Rockers, and Definition Rare. His style is multifaceted. His stockpile is all-inclusive: Hip-Hop, Spoken Word/Acapella, Instrumental, Breakbeat, Lyrical, Beatboxing, Downtempo, Underground/Freestyle Rap, Contemporary, and Native American.

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.

---->Gregg Deal (Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe) is a provocative contemporary artist/activist. Much of Gregg's work deals with indigenous identity and pop culture, touching on issues of race relations, historical consideration, and stereotype.

Community Feature:
---->Young Aspiring Americans for Social and Political Activism (YAASPA): YAASPA endeavors to build the self-efficacy of youth who desire to make change in our communities, pursue social science degrees, and social justice careers. Our mission: To encourage and support disengaged and underserved youth to participate in their communities socially and politically, in order to make changes within the community. To create political and social awareness regarding issues that directly and/or adversely affects our communities, it is necessary to be educated. Through activism and education, we can redefine the standards that have been placed upon us.

For more info: [email protected]; (720) 460-9203

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