Friday, October 2, 2009

MAPP Program Saturday October 3th, 2009

Area 2881
2881 23rd Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
Curator: Carl Pisaturo
Area 2881 is a micro-museum of functioning electomechanical, robotic and light art. The works in the permanent collection are designed and crafted by Carl Pisaturo. For more information visit

2754 Harrison btwn 23rd and 24th.
8:30 Introduction
8:45 Alfonzo Texidor, poetry
9:00 Fred Adler piano and John Smalley vocals.
Songs of Garcia Lorca, Guastavino and Adler.
9:30 Autumn:
Autumn Turley-violin, Eugene Merker-guitar, vocals and madness.
Anthony Yousko - musical saw. / 10:05 David Kubrin poetry
10:15 Alejandro Murguia, poetry.
10:15 Alejandro Chavez, singer songwriter, Raul Vargas, percussion.
10:45 Jeffrey Alphonsus. Mooney

Studio 24
2857 24th St @ Bryant
Curator: Galería de la Raza
7:00 to 8:00pm "Jean Claude" who plays Indegineous Music through his drum for his tribe back home 8:00 to 9:30pm "Ben ThompsonBen Thompson and Aaron Harbour", two electronic musicians creating sounds and atmospheres that will push you into another reality. Dubstep? Disco? Ambient? Their music transcends the restrictions of time and place.

Red Poppy Art House
Curator: Fatimata Vetu
2698 folsom st @ 23rd.
8 to 8:20 VishnusSecret
Aimee Page, Trey Donovan, Bob Burn & James Garrison
Some call it baroque-pop, others call it narcoleptic punk; at once ecstatic and operatic, but darkly reflective and full of melancholy, Vishnu's Secret defies most attempts at classification. (
8:35 to 8:55 Francisco Ferrer (de DF Mexico) y Juan Cuba ( de Lima Perú)
Música del corazón para el mundo.
9:10 to 9:30 Piano and Violin Repertoir: Damian Nunez & Cyril Kouznetsov
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9:35 to 9:50 Ballet Folklórico de México with María Luna y Jesús Cortés
10:00 to 10:20 Diana Gameros
Is an Indi, World, Latin, Folk performer singer/songwriter. Diana’s music ranges from traditional mexican styles of playing to latin pop/bossa nova rhythms. Music and cultures from around the world have inspired Diana to sing and write in different languages (spanish, english and french).
10:35 to 10:55 Yacouba Diarra
Ngoni player and singer from Burkina Fasso West Africa.
Yacouba Diarra plays his Fatofoli = crazy music in Bambara
11:10 to 11:30 Mamacoatl
TANGOS CON XILE with Damian Nunez on Piano
Barrio Funkstress, Songstress, community organizer, single Mother, Poet, Healer, Scholar. You can find her blessing city corners with copal in hand, drummers, feathers y toda la cosa, or you can catch some of that border-crossing lingo live and in spanglish on KPFA. MamaCoAtl is a case study; avid researcher of the dynamics of emancipation, she explores sound, ritual, cultural activism as power sources for public health. (

Millions Fishes
Curator: Frank Colozzo
6:00pm - 10:30pm
A casually curated convergence of beats, visual art, libation and jovial gathering together. Tea service by Tealchemy. Cocktails served by donation. Music and Art by Million Fishes, Axis, Pastor of Muppets, and more in the moment expressions welcome! Bring something to read/ share. Feel free to paint faces, draw, get to know somebody, play the banjo, do card tricks, bring a snack to share. All donations benifit Million Fishes Art Collective.
Come experience "Reckon", a collaboration between Dance and Music, Performers include Darya Chernova, Mara Poliak, & Abigail Wick (dancers), and Will McLntyre, Aaron Wacks, & Sergey Yashenko (musicians)

The Vine Intervention
1256 treat (@ 25th st.)
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Classical revolution
Empanadas, courtesy of the Empanada Lady

Kaleidoscope free speech zone
3109 24th st @ folsom next door to philz coffee.
Curator: Sara Powell
9:00 - 12:00 pm Chamber and improv jam of Classical Revolution
-Visual art of Chelsea Will

Cafe La Boheme
3318 24th St
8:00 "Vanessa Valencia" who is an Acoustic Singer Songwriter with smooth easy listening music and lyircs filled with soul 8:45 "Electra Blackheart" who is a Spiritual Hip Hop Poet whose words touch your soul 9:30 "The Loaf" which is a one act play dipicting a drug controlled society in the near future.

Casa de los sentidos
2649 Folsom @ 23rd Street
Curator: Luis Vasquez-Gomez
Pago a la Tierra, a celebration of friendship, art, love and community,
Art Installations, Music, Dance and Poetry.
7:30 Altar Building
8:00 Pago a la Tierra, Community Ceremony
8:25 Tony Kiser, Sounds from the entrails of the Earth
8:45 Mamacoatl, Singer/composer, Songs for Pacha Mama
9:00 Claudia Sanchez, On the Wall of my Dreams Performance
9:15 Leaf Tine, Music, An abstract soundscape / sound journeys to the underbrain
9:35 Miracles of the Earth, Surprise appearance by a local band
10:05 Adriana Sanchez Colombian Soul, Dance, Arousing Mother Earth
La Casa de los Senidos, formerly El Garaje de la Folsom, has been participating in MAPP since its beginning, six years ago. This evening we extend our thanks to all those artists, volunteers, friends and public that have participated throughout the years in our venue.

The Box Factory
865 Florida St. #1, Between 20th and 21st
Curator: *bernadette*
7:00 pm - 12:00 am
Tim Hingston
Michael Strandjord
Vanessa Marnewecke
Jarrod Cluck
Hannah Quevedo

Sun Rise Cafe
3126 24th St
6:00 pm -10:00 pm
Curator: Albita
Musica de conciencia / Barrio Jam con Ernesto Jimenez, Edwin Flores, Fidel Herrera, Andres Lozano, Enrique Luna y Rosamunda Ayala.

Maison Blue House
2548 Folsom Street between 22st and 21st
Curator: George Brais / Ytaelena Lopez
7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
7:30 Joan Cerqueiro (singer-songwriter)
8:00 Tony Bravo (reading of his novel “The Best of Anything”)
8:30 Theresa Dickinson (dance)
9:00 Eric Marshall (bossanova jazz group)
Visual art of Marcel Corao (photography of Brazil)

Rosie's Cheeks Garage
The N.I.C.E. Project: Saif Ali, Jayaranjan Anthonypillai, Jen Banta, Daniel Baron, Todd T. Brown, Noemi Castro, Sandhya Kumar, Melita Morales, Katya Zorina Paintings by Jeff Musser/ sound scores and recordings by Jenn Karson/ photographs by Naciem Nikhah and Saif Ali/and multi-media installation by Magda Stanova./ Interactive art installation of Ytaelena Lopez
6:15- Open discussion on the idea of sustainability and what it means at the level of art, ecology, culture, communities and social justice.
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8pm - Word & Violin (Sir Lanka/Ireland): Pireeni Sundaralingam and Colm O'Riain
8:44pm - Hip-Hop Theater/Story Telling: Nicole Klaymoon
9:31pm - New Directions of Nefasha: Warr/Kerbiel/Brown/Radhakrishnan
10:16pm - Premasoul Duo (US/India): Sheela Bringi & Clinton Patterson
11:02pm - Classical Indian Music on Veena: Dushyant Viswanathan