Tamalpa Dances for ArtCorps
Saturday, December 10th | 7:30pm
Mission Cultural Center | 2868 Mission St. | San Francisco, CA
Doors open at 7:30pm - Performances begin at 8:00pm
General Admission: $35
Held at the historic Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts in San Francisco, Tamalpa's end of the year gathering will feature performances, live music, dancing, reception, and more. Proceeds benefit the Tamalpa ArtCorps Program. We hope you can join us!
Dohee Lee. A recipient of the Izzy Award, Doris Duke Impact Award, Herb Alpert Award, Creative Capital Award, numerous artist residencies, and an internationally recognized performer, Dohee Lee is among the new wave of most outstanding dancers. Bringing together shamanism as performative art, she weaves together myth, ritual, and multimedia arts in her exploration of ancestral tradition and modern day questions. doheelee.com
Jahan Khalighi is a Bay Area spoken word artist, educator, musician, and lover of nature. He served as a poet teacher for June Jordan's Poetry For The People program at UC Berkeley, is a graduate of the Regenerative Design and Nature Awareness program, and a teaching poet artist for California Poets In The Schools. His original poetry is published in the anthology "Stay Amazed" and on Whoa Nelly Press, and he has performed at venues such as YBCA, Esalen Institute, Watershed Poetry Festival, SF LitCrawl, and La Pena Cultural Center. See more of Jahan
Joshua McClain is a progressive cellist who loops his sound live on stage to create multi-layered soundscapes - exploring rock, blues, and electronic styles. While classically trained, McClain has evolved his style into an unbridled, intense, and mesmerizing sound experience all his own. A multi-talented musician and singer/songwriter, McClain has shared the stage with a host of talented musicians and bands, including Thievery Corporation, Autograf, AJ Croce, legendary Hawaiian folk singer Jon Osorio, Monica Pasqual, and the Bay Area's Blame Sally. joshuamcclain.net
DJ IMFROMBCN Ismael Leon is acclaimed as one of the most important Barcelona indie scene DJs of the last decade. He has performed on many stages, clubs, and festivals in Spain and Europe.
All ticket revenue will go towards Tamalpa ArtCorps, offering programs and scholarships that bring the healing power of dance and the arts to disadvantaged communities.