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EastSide Cultural Center

2277 International Blvd, Oakland CA, 94606 ph: 510-533-6629
E-mail: eastsideculturalcenter@gmail.com



June 2015 Events at EastSide Cultural Center
 
 

EastSide Arts Alliance Presents

A SHOWCASE OF DANCE, THEATER and POETRY

Friday and Saturday, June 5 and 6, 8pm

Sunday, June 7, 3pm

EastSide Cultural Center

2277 International Blvd, Oakland

Tickets: $15 at the door or

www.eastsideshowcase.brownpapertickets.com

www.eastsideartsalliance.org

510-533-6629

Featured artists:
Byb Chanel Bibene, Frances Cachapero, Dohee Lee, 
NAKA Dance Theater, Pr3ss Play Poets Collective, Shakiri

Friday June 5, 8pm: Dohee Lee, NAKA Dance Theater, Frances Cachapero
Saturday June 6, 8pm: Dohee Lee, NAKA Dance Theater, Byb Chanel Bibene, Shakiri
Sunday June 7, 3pm:  Frances Cachapero, Pr3ss Play Poets Collective, Byb Chanel Bibene, Shakiri


 

 

 

Final Fridays Films of Solidarity and Resistance

In the Spirit of Bandung

FIRST PERSON SHORTS: ASIAN AMERICAN FILMMAKERS ON FAMILY AND IDENTITY

Friday, June 26, 7pm

EastSide Cultural Center

2277 International Blvd, Oakland

Doors open 6:30pm
FREE event   Refreshments served   Q&A with filmmakers
Curated by Tony Nguyen
 
Featured short films:
DISTANCE BETWEEN by rj lozada | 9 min.
GIAP'S LAST DAY AT THE IRONING BOARD FACTORY by tony nguyen | 26 min.
MY BEAUTIFUL RESISTANCE by penny baldado | 8 min.
A DAUGHTER'S DEBT by chao thao | 29 min. 

 

 

Photos by Armael Malinis of Mass Bass

 

OAKLAND IS PROUD - THANK YOU!

BLOCK PARTY #2, 44th Ave and International Blvd

Thanks to all the neighborhood folks, community groups, vendors, performers, car lovers and Oakland die-hards for supporting such a great event!

 

This whole year, we are hosting a series of block parties along International Blvd as part of our Oakland is Proud project, aiming to create a public space for families, organizations, businesses and residents to enjoy each other, their community and engage in pressing issues like displacement and gentrification that are affecting their neighborhoods.

 

Thanks to Our Performers:

Mass Bass
Beats Flows
Spear of the Nation
Unity Grooves with Howard Wiley & Faye Carol
Rico Pabon and friends
Press Play Poets
excerpts from the Anastasio Project

 

Thanks to Our Food Vendors:

No Worries Food Truck and Casa Jimenez Restaurant

 

Also special thanks to the following:

East Bay Chevs, CURYJ, Black Organizing Project, Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, One Land One Struggle, Xicana Moratorium Coalition, 67 Suenos, Palestinian Youth Movement, ONYX Organizing Committee, Arab Resource Organizing Center, Roses in Concrete Community School, Casa Che, Community Planning Leaders, All African People's Revolutionary Project and more!

 



Watch and Read About Our Block Parties!

 

 

Our last block party in October 2014 was a great day in the neighborhood! Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Black and Chicano Arts Movements, the party brought out all our neighbors and allies. Music, dance, theater, food, murals and altars accompanied vendors and open houses throughout the block.

Our recent coverage by KTOP:


Local Press Events - Oakland Eastside Arts Alliance Community Block Party 2014 from KTOP TV10 on Vimeo.

 

A recent article and picture galleries about the block party from Oakculture:

http://oakulture.wordpress.com/2014/10/29/esaa-block-party-celebrates-multiculturalism-diversity-and-neighborhood-pride/



 

 

Oakland is Hellzapoppin Highlights from Feb 15-25th! Thanks for a wonderful week!

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EastSide Cultural Center

Annex Art Gallery Exhibit

CANTOS OF SORROW - New Paintings by Maceo Montoya

2289 International Blvd
Oakland

Premiere exhibit of large charcoal & ink paintings, meditating on Chicano community experience thru the reflective lens of the artist's own family. Our reception will feature the artist & author MACEO MONTOYA reading excerpts from his latest book "Letters to the Poet from His Brother."






RICE AND BEANS CHILDCARE COOP - NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

For Children Ages 2.5 to 5 years old

Rice and Beans Childcare Cooperative is made up of families of color in Oakland with a vision of providing early childhood education that is rooted in principles of justice, equity and the history of peoples in our community.

Monday-Friday, 8:15am-5:15pm, Part-Time flexibility

Bilingual in Spanish and English

Tuition ranges from $450-$950/month; scholarships based on availability

FOR MORE INFO: 510-221-8999








 

Open Enrollment for our FREE Youth Arts Programs!
Stop by during class times (listed on the flyer), or email us at eastsideculturalcenter@gmail.com.



HOLLA BACK! OPEN MIC POETRY SERIES
Every Thursday night, 7:30pm donations accepted at the door.
Come check out one of the only open mic spots in East Oakland!

Here's a video of one of our recent open mics! HOLLA BACK!



CELEBRATING 14 YEARS OF EASTSIDE ARTS ALLIANCE!

ESAA is now in our 14th year! To find out more about EastSide Arts Alliance and the EastSide Cultural Center, please click here.

To help us sustain our work, become an EastSide Roots Supporter today!


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