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Friday Nights at the de Young celebrates ancient American music, danza xitlali, and the closing Artist-in-Residence reception for Carmen Lomas Garza

April 29, 2011 -

Front Lawn
6:00–6:30 p.m. 
Enjoy the famous Aztec dancers of danza xitlali on the front lawn of the majestic de Young museum.

Wilsey Court
6:30–8:30 p.m.
Live music of the ancient Americas by Xochimoki, featuring Jim Berenholtz, Ernesto Hernandez Olmos, and Mazatl Galindo.

6:00–8:30 p.m. All-ages hands-on art making
What Do We Know?: We will make talismans inspired by the discoveries, philosophies, and theories of the Americas.

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Friday Nights at the de Young presents "Where To? The Call of the Times," a pop-up installation of visual art, music and gallery talks by students

April 22, 2011 -

Our communities are responding in different ways to the social issues of our times such as the recession, human rights, and climate change. The challenges ahead are dynamic and often troubling, yet we will continue to find solutions through activism and art. Where are we now, and where are we going?

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Friday Nights at the de Young presents a celebration of Olmec with live music by Los Cenzontles, Jaguar Shamanism presentation, art demos, and more

April 8, 2011 -

Wilsey Court
6:30–8:30 P.M
Emceed Chelis Lopez of KPOO Radio and Radio Bilingue

Music and dance by Los Cenzontles
Focus on Veracruz with the music known as Son Jarocho, which incorporates Spanish, African, and indigenous influences.

Also, enjoy DJ Sandina "La Positiva" spinning lively Latin rhythms and Rock en Español!

6:00–8:30 p.m.
Explore the jaguar as we make transformative art amulets drawing inspiration from the natural world and our Mesoamerican collection. Rawrrr!

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