New Art Exhibit, Oct. 16 - Nov. 6
El Anima Sola: Remembering the Innocents
Join Us at for the Opening Reception, Sat., Nov. 5th @ 6:30pm
A Dia de los Muertos art exhibit that pays homage to the murdered women of Juarez; migrants who have died crossing the US/Mexico border and the innocent people who have been killed in Mexico's narco wars.
Featuring artwork by: Richard Lou, Patricio Chavez, Marisol de las Casas, Felicia "Fe" Montez, Mario A. Chacon, Diego "Yeyo" Aguirre Macedo, Rebecca Romani, Natalia Anciso, Glo Andrade, Abril Andrade Griffith, Alejandro Morales Riveron, Diego Arias, Fernanda Rios, Pedro Rios, Rick Rodriguez, Rick Trujillo, Gabriel J. Velez, Wica, Teresa Yolanda Lopez, Jackie Joice, Estela Gama, Veronica Hernandez, Yessenia Hulsey, Fabi Munguia, Jessica Calix-Reynolds, Pamela Calore, Rogelio Casas, Olympia Andrade Beltran and Rob Benavides. Curated by Cal A. Vera.
Some Like It Haunt
"Dance of the Dead"
Sat., Oct. 29, 2011 from 7-12 pm
Basic 1930s Swing Lessons. Beginner Lessons.
No Partner Or Experience Necessary!
Swing with Campus 5 Live featuring Hillary Alexander.
More information: Some Like it Haunt
Art, Music, Language, Joy.
Dulce Sweet Kids Monthly Cultural Classes
October's Theme is Dia de los Muertos.
October 30th 1:30pm-3:30pm
Kids learn about the traditions of the Day of the Dead, the celebration of those who have passed, and culture through fun Activities. $30 per child, per class.
Reserve a spot!
Journey of the Skeletons
A Play By Max Branscom
Plus music and Poetry. Wed., Nov. 2 at 7pm. Free!
For More Information go to:
Click here for movie trailer
Border Angels 25th Anniversary Celebration & Art Auction
Sat., Nov. 19 from 7-10pm at The Centro
Tickets For November 19th, 2011
Single Person Donation $100.00
1 Table at Event (Seats 8), Donation $1,000
Tickets Will Sell Out / Subject to Event Capacity
Subject to change without notice
Special Needs Zumba Class with Lis!
Ballet Folklorico Class Schedule
6:00pm-6:50pm Beginners (7-12 yrs)
7:00pm-7:50pm Adults (30yrs & Up)
9:30am-10am - Pre-School (4-6yrs)
10:00am-10:50am - Intermediate (7-12yrs)
11:00am-11:50am - Emerging (13-25yrs)
12-12:50pm - Advanced
About the Centro Cultural de la Raza
San Diego's Centro Cultural de la Raza was founded in 1970 as a Chicano Community Cultural Center and functions as an alternative space that encourages and facilitates artistic growth and cultural interchange in the San Diego/Tijuana region. The Centro provides classes and features a dynamic interdiscipinary schedule of events which includes exhibits, musical performances, installation art, readings, receptions, Azteca dance, Teatro Chican@, Ballet Folklorico, film screenings and other events. We welcome you to visit the Centro and invite you to participate in the exciting programs we have planned for 2011.
We are located at:
Centro Cultural de la Raza
2004 Park Blvd.
San Diego, California 92101