Thursday, June 11, 2015

Lummis Day Festival 2015

June 5th thru 7th 2015!

I'm very happy to be a part of the Lummis Day Festival this year. Here is a photo of my installation at the Lummis Home. 'Colony' representing art and community. We are all like little aunts in a 'colony' working for a better NELA. The kids had a great time destroying them. ;)

The Amazing Linda Kay at the Southwest Museum!

Our fearless leader at the Lummis Home Heather Hoggan.


10th Annual Lummis Day Schedule

In celebration of 10 years, Lummis Day  expands:
Three Days, Five Locations on          June 5, 6 and 7, 2015

MARIACHI PLAZA, FRIDAY JUNE 5, 4 – 8 PM
* 4:00       Suspect
* 4:40       Luis J. Rodriguez
* 5:10       Jessica Fichot
* 6:00       Casa 0101 Theater:  Excerpt from      “Cholas, Chicanas y Chisme”
* 6:30       Diavolo Institute Youth Performance Company from STAR Prep Academy                                   performing T.R.U.S.T.
* 7:00        Mariachi Tierra Mexicana de Oscar Chavez

SOUTHWEST MUSEUM, SATURDAY JUNE 6, 10AM – 4PM
* 10:00        Exhibit, “Back to The Roots: A Tribute to Richard Duardo” opens
* 12:00        Tribute to Richard Duardo program        with Wayne Healy
1:00         “Back to the Roots” themed poetry hosted by Linda Kaye. Poets Vibiana             Aparicio-Chamberlin, Jim Bolt, Judith Terzi, Jeff Rogers, Miriam Quezada Hagerman, Alfredo Madrid. Accompanied by Saxaphonist: Joel Shryack
* continuous: Music by Dave Porter, Hector Sanchez
* 4:00 Exhibits close

YORK PARK AT AVENUE 50, SATURDAY JUNE 6, 2PM – 6PM
* 2:15          Mariachi Tradicion de Fernando Rios      
* 3:00         Elliot Caine Quintet                                                       
* 3:55         Pacific Opera Project                      
* 4: 35        Celtic Céili Dancers and Aedan McDonnell, Step Dancer           
* 5:15          Attic Empire
* continuous:   Chalk artists Willie Zen,  Mri Scott Elbey, Adriana Salgado, Lori             Antoinette W, Aldonia R. Bailey, Liz Espinoza, and Ever Galvez              

SOUTHWEST MUSEUM, SUNDAY,               JUNE 7, NOON– 5:00 PM
* 12:00        Exhibit, “Back to The Roots: A Tribute to Richard Duardo” opens
* 2:00, 2:45 and 3:00PM:  Music:   Neighborhood School String Ensemble
5:00  close
   
LUMMIS HOME, SUNDAY, JUNE 7 – 10:30AM – 5PM
* 10:20       Ted Garcia Blessing
* 10:30       Musical interlude: Mason Summit
* 11:00     Poets Suzanne Lummis, Jim Natal, William Archila
* 12:00       Reception
* 12:00       Crafts Exhibits
* 12:00-continuous Music by Dave Porter, Hector Sanchez

SYCAMORE GROVE PARK, SUNDAY, JUNE 7, 12 NOON – 7 PM
STAGE ONE
* 12:30        Ted Garcia, Native American Blessing
* 1:00          Chickwood               
* 2:05         Stand Easy                          
* 3:25         Trio Ellas                                                          
* 4:40         Susie Hansen Latin Band                      
* 6:10          Buyepongo              
              
STAGE TWO
* 1:40         Sirenesque                  
* 2:50         Louise Reichlin & Dancers/ Los Angeles Choreographers & Dancers
* 4:05         Futuro/The Jr. Dance Company ofCONTRA-TIEMPO          
* 5:35        Ballet Coco                
STAGE THREE
* 1:00        The Slightlys                                              
* 1:50         Hobart W. Fink                                            
* 2:50        Salt Petal                                                    
* 3:55        Cuñao
* 5:00        Evangenitals                                                
STAGE 4 – EMERGING TALENT
* 1:00         Franklin Students
* 1:45         The Amps
* 2:45        The Arte Flamenco Dance Theatre:                       Flamenco and Hip-Hop
* 3:45        The G.A. Squad  (Grand Arts Squad)
* 4:45        57 Bossa
PUPPETS AND PLAYERS / BUGS AND BALLOONS STAGE
* 1:15          Puppets &  Players / Bugs & Balloons                   Stage          
* 1:55         We Tell Stories                                          
* 2:50        Puppets & Players Little Theatre          
* 3:30         Earthworm Ensemble               
* 4:25         Kate the Balloon Girl          
  4:40         Puppets & Players Little Theatre
FAMILY AREA      
Continuous:    Avenue 50 Studios Papel Picado
                      The Franklin Robotics Team
                      Tongva crafts with Julia Bogany, Tribal Elder, San Gabrielino Band of Mission Indians
                      Home Depot/Color Spot
                    Eco Voices with The Urban Science Corps          
   

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