Tapestry of Tucson
Tucson Pima Arts Council’s Community of Practice Members Presents, Tapestry of Tucson a Centennial Celebration.
This vibrant and cultural event, will take place February 4th, 2012, at Dunbar Cultural Center, 325 W. 2nd Street, Tucson, Arizona, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. Door $5 single, $10 family, children 12 and under FREE.
Entertainment will include:
- Strolling Mariachis
- Dancers: Folkloricos, Modern Dancers, Zumba, West African Dance
- Sunflower Bhutanese Dancers
- DJ Music
- Puppet show
- Vignettes featuring: guitar players, singers and performers
Activities will include:
► Basket weaving
► Henna painting
► Face painting
Available to print is a full day schedule of the events:
Special Showcase: A panel discussion will take place with Tucson Historian, Dr. Lydia Otero and residents of Barrio Viejo, on the urban renewal in Downtown Tucson. Safos performance ensemble has choreographed a dance inspired by Dr. Otero’s book, “La Calle”. Other speakers include, Historian Dr. Michael Engs, Historian Gloria Smith and Storyteller Elva Smith-white.
This exciting community event is being presented by a partnership comprised of:
El Centro Cultural de Las Americas, Safos, a Performance Ensemble, Barbea Williams Performing Company and ISKASH*TAA, Refugee Harvesting Network.
Supported in part by Tucson Pima Arts Council and the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona.