Opening reception was February 8th at 6 PM – 9 PM
Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts
2868 Mission St, San Francisco, California 94110.
See schedule below!
Discover and celebrate the Bay Area’s unique legacy of activism through art! Curated by artist Nancypili Hernandez, “My Homies Are My Heroes” Exhibition will feature artists who have fought for Ethnic Studies, Immigrant Rights, Police Accountability, Safer Streets, Bike Equity, Green Spaces, Youth Services, Affordable Housing, and Cultural Preservation.
MyHomiesAreMyHeroes: For The People is an art exhibit curated by artist and activist Nancypili Hernandez who will mark her 40th revolution around the sun with a community gathering to celebrate wins and lessons learned from her participation in Bay Area movements for social and environmental justice.
Nancy curates an installation of works and process techniques by her local heroes and sheroes. Bay Area artivists who have fought for Ethnic Studies, Immigrant Rights, Police Accountability, Safer Streets, Bike Equity, Green Spaces, Youth Services, Affordable Housing, and Cultural Preservation will highlight their use of visual arts in building the future they want to see.
Reception: Saturday, February 8, 2020
6 pm to 10 pm
Exhibit dates: February 6 to 21st.
February 8, 2020 Program
6 pm – Screen printing with Jesus Barraza
7 pm – Welcome Announcements by MCCLA
7:10 pm – Calina Lawrence performance
7:40pm – Chulita Vinyl Club. D.J. Hella Breezy.
8 pm – MC Welcome
8:10 pm – NancyPili acknowledgements
8:20 pm – PODER
8:30 pm – Performance by special guest
9 pm – Chulita Vinyl Club. D.J. Yoselin.