Palenke Arts invites you to out first Pop-up Benefit Gourmet Dinner presented by Wild Plum Cafe's Chef/Proprietress Pamela Burns. Please come out and support our arts organization. 100% of the proceeds will benefit our scholarship program. Tickets: $50.- (partially tax-deductible)
To RSVP please reserve tickets with Juan L. Sánchez, and specify the number of tickets at
firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 831-333-6612
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT
Music provided by Juan L. Sánchez, Paul Contos and Palenke Arts students
Join us for the 3rd Annual Palenke Arts Festival, featuring Red Beans and Rice, the Palenke Arts Latin Jazz Workshop, the West African drums and dance from Tam Tam Sacré, the Palenke Poppers, our Palenke Arts Chorus and much more. We will have food trucks, children's activities, face painting and raffles.
The You Will Rise Project is partnering with Palenke Arts for a hands-on workshop for middle school students who are (or were) victims of bullying. Artists from the community will work with students, inspiring them to create raw, uncensored works about their experiences with bullying. The resulting collection, including collaborative installation pieces and individual creations, will be presented in a multi-media pop up exhibition at Palenke Arts that is open to the public.
Palenke Voices is a monthly Open Mic hosted by River Navaille. Every last Sunday of the month from 6:00-7:45pm, we center the voices of youth, people of color, femmes, and LGBTQ+ folks and feature local poets, musicians, dancers, and storytellers. All are welcome to come and share their voices - family friendly!
Lillie Lemon and Erica Wobbles are an indie electro pop duo based in Monterey, California. Their instrumentation utilizes primarily synthesizers, with live vocal looping and processing. Songs are fueled by building crescendos and a unique hybrid of acoustic and electric sounds.
On Saturday, April 17th, Randazzo has organized a super group of 12 Monterey music talents and will conduct them through a series of sonic ideas using only lights. “It was a concept I picked up working with my producer Chris Schlarb down in Long Beach. When he’d conduct his band Psychic Temple in the studio or at festivals he’d use a similar system.”
Monday, January 15, Noon to 3pm: Annual Seaside/Pan-Hellenic Council MLK Day March and Program. Meet at the corner of Obama Way and Noche Buena at 11am. March begins promptly at noon to Oldemeyer Center (986 Hilby). Program begins at 1pm. For more information contact Alice Jordan at email@example.com
The Palenke Arts Chorus will be performing with the Monterey County Pops!, the area’s only provider of free-to-the-public professional concerts, on December 1, 2017, 6:30 p.m. at Vista Verde School in Greenfield its 20-member fully professional Wind Ensemble conducted and hosted by Music Director, Dr. Carl Christensen, in a program of light classics, marches, movie music, and traditional music from Mexico.
We will be kicking off our VERY FIRST Palenke Voices Open Mic on October 15th with food, drinks, and good company, hosted by River Navaille. We'll be featuring the works of local poets, musicians, dancers, and storytellers, as well as opening up the mic to YOU, our lovely community. This event centers the voices of youth/teens, people of color, femmes, and LGBTQ+ folks. Please join us for an unforgettable evening of creativity, expression, and community.