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Lunada Virtual Literary Lounge

Galería de la Raza and Borderlands Theater team up to bring monthly Lunadas into homes every New Moon with NEW dates for 2020.

LIVESTREAM @ 6 pm MST on Borderlands’ FACEBOOK and YOUTUBE


UPCOMING LUNADAS

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Wednesday, August 19th FEATURING Toño Burciaga & Mayda del Valle

Thursday, September 17th FEATURING Jose Olivarez &Tony Medina

Friday, October 16th FEATURING Anna Flores & Yolanda Arroyo Pizarro

Sunday, November 15th FEATURING Nicolas Valdez & Prophet aka Not4Prophet

Monday, December 14th FEATURING Chibi Orduña & Manuela Arciniegas 

PAST LUNADA PERFORMANCES

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Sunday, June 21st FEATURING Jesus Valles & Marga Gomez

Monday, July 20th FEATURING Ariana Brown & Carmen Tafolla


Barrio Anita featured in AZ Creative Voices Podcast!

AZ Creative Voices: Barrio Anita

AZ Creative Voices is a ten episode podcast series that chronicles the #AZCCI experience. Producer Regina Revazova takes listeners on a tour of participating communities, including Tucson's historic Barrio Anita neighborhood. Listen to the full episode at https://azarts.gov/azcci/#azarts #communities #artsandculture #creativeplaces

Posted by Arizona Commission on the Arts on Tuesday, February 11, 2020

#BarrioStoriesBarrioAnita

AZ Creative Voices is a ten episode podcast series that chronicles the #AZCCI experience. Producer Regina Revazova takes listeners on a tour of participating communities, including Tucson’s historic Barrio Anita neighborhood. Listen to the full episode at https://azarts.gov/azcci/

Barrio Stories in Barrio Anita and it’s continued programming as well as this podcast has been supported in part by the AZ Creative Communities Institute (AZ CCI). The AZ CCI is an initiative of the Arizona Commission on the Arts and Arizona State University’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, with guidance from Southwest Folklife Alliance, an affiliate nonprofit of the University of Arizona. Made possible by a grant from the Surdna Foundation with additional support from the Arizona Community Foundation.