Saturday, September 23, 2017


Free Lecture: History of Carnaval in San Francisco – May 19




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On Wednesday, May 19, 2010, Willy Lizarraga gives an incredible one-man performance of the history of San Francisco’s Carnaval. Fast-changing carnaval-san-franciscohats and voices, accompanied by a slide show of historic images from Lou Dematteis and others of those early days.
Weds., May 19, 7:30pm
Free

CounterPULSE is located at 1310 Mission Street San Francisco, CA 94103 (at 9th Street in SoMa)

Located in SOMA in San Francisco, CounterPULSE is a non-profit theater, performance space, community center, and gallery with roots deep in the Bay Area’s provocative performance and dance scenes. CounterPULSE produces its own shows, helps support local artists and activists with its programs and can be rented for productions and rehearsals.



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