Eagle Rock’s Welcome Inn transformed into a micro-concert grand finale for Los Angeles’s Pacific Standard Time Performance and Public Art Festival on Sunday, January 29th. The Society for the Activation of Social Space through Art and Sound produced this free, six-hour event.
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Just Intoned tunings sound off, with a 2009 tribute to slain microtonal guitarist Rod Poole, from SASSAS at the Schindler House, Los Angeles.
As the Tar Sands Oil Mining and the associated Keystone XL and Northern Gateway Pipelines push forward, education and collaboration are necessary to stop these destructive projects and demand a sustainable and clean energy policy today.
Part II of the story of the Virgin of Guadalupe, part of the Spanish colonial appropriation of the Aztec Earth Mother Tonantzin: The future St. Juan Diego Cuauhtlatoatzin explained to the Bishop of Mexico City how the Virgin appeared to request a temple be built at Tepeyac in her honor.
A Mexican Indian Catholic convert experiences visions of an obscure Aztec goddess, Tonantzin, challenging his faith. Thereafter the goddess becomes associated with the Virgin Mary in post-Spanish-conquest church.
SPECIAL SCREENING & Q/A on Alberta Tar Sands Oil & Healing Our Impact (By Breaking the Fuel Addiction) with Tantoo Cardinal, Canadian First Nations actress and activist, December 6, Los Angeles Area
In pre-Hispanic Nahua culture (Aztec and the many other peoples of Central Mexico), life was seen as a dream, and only in dying could a human truly awaken. Death would set free the soul.