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Sol Kids Day!

December 10, 2017 @ 2:00 pm - November 11, 2018 @ 4:00 pm
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A day of cultural arts, crafts, and music for the whole family, Sol Kids Day provides different hands-on arts and health activities every second sunday like nature creation labs, healthy snack assembly stations, yoga for kids and everyone’s favorite, slime-making. Engaging performances for kids include hip hop theatre production, beat-making workshops, and guest appearances from some local unicorns and magicians. Sol Kids Day also hosts a gently used toy/clothing exchange every month as well! Join the Guerrilla Knitting Crew, Ms. Unicorn and the faculty of Unicorn University for this month's Kids Day! Sliding scale donations. No one ever turned away for lack of funds. Funded in part by the Cultural Arts Award Program of the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission with support from the City and County of Sacramento.

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Sol Kids Day!

December 10, 2017 @ 2:00 pm - November 11, 2018 @ 4:00 pm
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A day of cultural arts, crafts, and music for the whole family, Sol Kids Day provides different hands-on arts and health activities every second sunday like nature creation labs, healthy snack assembly stations, yoga for kids and everyone’s favorite, slime-making. Engaging performances for kids include hip hop theatre production, beat-making workshops, and guest appearances from some local unicorns and magicians. Sol Kids Day also hosts a gently used toy/clothing exchange every month as well! Join the Guerrilla Knitting Crew, Ms. Unicorn and the faculty of Unicorn University for this month's Kids Day! Sliding scale donations. No one ever turned away for lack of funds. Funded in part by the Cultural Arts Award Program of the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission with support from the City and County of Sacramento.

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11:00 am

Block Printing Workshop

February 3 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
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Sol Art Workshops Series presents: Block Printing Workshop Join us to learn this printmaking technique to create your own greeting cards, postcards, and more. This art technique allows you to produce multiples of the same image, yet each one is considered an original print. In this workshop: *You will learn about the history, tools and techniques of printmaking, with emphasis in relief printing (block printing), and its cultural significance. It will be a brief introduction, so we can have more time for hands on project part. •The cultural roots and origins of printmaking. •You will make your own designs. •You will make your own prints to take home. •You will have fun, while awakening your creativity. •No experience required. Instructor: Lurac Saturday, February 3rd, 11 am – 2 pm. Cost $20 Scholarships available (Scholarship information: Luis@solcollective.org) "Funded in part by the Cultural Arts Award Program of the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission with support from the City and County of Sacramento."

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7:00 pm

Sac Activist School Presents: Double Feature

February 3 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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Join the Sac Activist School for a Double Screening!!! Suggested Donation: $10, no one turned away! Opening Film: Don’t Cost Nothin’ to Dream Documents the stories of street youth in three communities in Cuba, Nicaragua, Guatemala, and the U.S. as they seek justice, peace and voice through music. They struggle against poverty, racism, government repression, censorship, drugs, and AIDS through community organizing, self-determination, and by making their voices heard by expressing their struggles, hope, strength, courage, and their dreams through traditional and hip-hop music. See the full synopsis here: http://www.bisbeefilms.com/wordpress/?page_id=8 Born in Lynn, Massachusetts, to Costa Rican parents MC RADIOACTIVE is now located in Northern California. He has had a life-long passion for art, music and Hip Hop culture. He is an award-winning emcee, freestyler, songwriter, and a master beatboxer. The recipient of two gold records, multiple “Best of the Bay” awards and numerous other accolades. MC RADIOACTIVE has performed around the world for large and intimate audiences. His voice as narrator of "Don't Cost Nothing to Dream" adds volumes to the stories told and experienced! NANA DIJO From objects of study to subjects of enunciation, NANA DIJO is a cartography of the Black experience through a collection of narratives in first person. NANA DIJO is an urgent historical registry filmed in Mexico, Honduras, Uruguay, Argentina and the United States, which opens a crucial platform of discussion about race politics by deciphering hegemonic constructions of LATINIDAD. NANA DIJO challenges geo-political borders and critically questions the role of Latinamerican nationalism identity in regards anti-blackness and anti-indigeneity. NANA DIJO confronts colonially and digs into the vernacular expressions of our elders. NANA DIJO; Irresolute Radiography of Black Consciousness in the first documentary project directed and conceptualized by Bocafloja in collaboration with Cambiowashere, DP. Bocafloja Quilombo-Oficial is a Multi-disciplinary artist; Film, Music, Poetry, Photography,...

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