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Son Jarocho Symposium: Transforming the Landscape

Part of the two day event Fandango: Singing the Landscape.

Thursday, April 10, 2014
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Fowler Museum, Terrace

A panel discussion on the traditions of fandango and son jarocho and its connections to California and Los Angeles. Presented with the Fowler Museum, in conjunction with their current exhibition Sinful Saints and Saintly Sinners.

Moderated by Rubén Hernández-León, Director of UCLA Center for Mexican Studies

César Castro and Xochi Flores, Cambalache
Eugene Rodriguez, Los Cenzontles
Alexandro D. Hernández, Doctoral Candidate in Ethnomusicology, UCLA

Join us for food, wine and great art. The Fowler galleries will be open, and a special Fowler Out Loud begins in the courtyard at 6pm. 

Space is limited. RSVP by April 7

Jueves Jarochos, Zapateamos Juntos

Thursday, April 10, 2014
12:00 PM
Schoenberg Hall Band Room 1345
A son jarocho zapateado (percussive dance) class facilitated by Xochi Flores of Cambalache
No RSVP necessary - all are welcome!

Parking Information: The closest parking lot is Structure #4. Visitors may purchase daily parking permits (Currently $12) by stopping at the Information & Parking kiosks (cash only) or by using a "Pay by Space" pay station. The closest information booth to Structure #4 is located with the structure. To use a Parking Pay Station: Simply drive to a self-service Pay Station location (there is one located in Structure #4). Please read the posted signs and screen prompts for Pay by Space. Pay Stations allow you to select the time you need to spend on campus and pay accordingly (all-day passes can also be purchased). UCLA maps and driving directions

Cost : Free and open to the public

Meryl Friedman

Download file: 4-10and11-14-fandango-flyer-updated-ww-w44.pdf

Sponsor(s): Center for Mexican Studies, Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA, Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA, Center for Mexican Studies and Fowler Museum at UCLA

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