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Alice Street Documentary + Word Sauce
June 18 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
About this event
Save the date! All ages show.
Equality Mural Project of Atascadero presents a night of outdoor music and film with local hip hop funk band Wordsauce and award-winning independent film Alice Street. 6-9 pm.
Outdoor concert and film, bring low back lawn chairs. Tickets $10, all proceeds fund the painting of murals in Atascadero’s downtown arts district. Link to purchase tickets coming soon. Music starts at 6:30.
The Atascadero Printery is just two blocks east of Sunken Gardens at 6351 Olmeda.
Alice Street, run time 60 minutes, is an award-winning independent documentary featuring a thriving arts community in Oakland, California whose mural and cultural center was threatened by urban gentrification. Film starts at 8 pm.
Support the arts in downtown Atascadero by joining us on Friday, June 18th for local funk and hip hop band Wordsauce and a screening of Alice Street.
Equality Mural Project is sponsored by San Luis Arts Council, Sherwin Williams Paint, Pacific Western Bank, the Artery, Z Villages, Atascadero City Council Member Charles Bourbeau and Sauce Pot Studios.
Equality Mural Project is looking for corporate and private sponsors! Be an art angel and fund the painting of murals in Atascadero. Find out more at: https://www.equalitymuralproject.com
Watch the trailer for Alice Street on their website: https://alicestreetfilm.com
Listen to the good vibes of local funk and hip hop band Wordsauce on their webpage: http://wordsauce.com
Check back for more details about this night to support the arts coming soon!
Equality Mural Project is composed of local artists and community members:
Equality Mural Project will launch its first murals this year by independent artists: