The deadline for Traditional Arts and Visual Arts Letters of Inquiry has passed.
On Sunday, June 2, at 2:30 p.m., The San Francisco Green Film Festival is screening a work-in-progress version of Green Streets, a documentary by Sophie Constantinou and Citizen Film, collaborating with Urban Strategies, Inc. The film will be shown at Superfrog Gallery, 1746 Post Street, in San Francisco.
Green Streets follows 28-year-0ld entrepreneur Tyrone Mullins and his friends as they learn to turn trash into cash in low income housing units, where every previous effort failed. But can their start-up business survive, or will the streets catch up with them?
Fiction writer Summer Brenner‘s collaboration with the West Contra Costa Unified School District led to publication of Richmond Tales: Lost Secrets of the Iron Triangle, a warmly-received novel written for and with young adult readers and set in the heart of Richmond, California. In an exciting new development, Richmond Tales has been adapted for performance and is premiering May 17-26 at the East Bay Center for the Performing Arts in Richmond. Tickets are $10, with $5 student and senior discounts are available. The project is produced by the East Bay Center’s resident Iron Triangle Theater and its artistic director Jordan Simmons; co-produced by the Rotary Club of Richmond (CA), Inc.; and directed by Britney Frasier with Ellen Sebastian Chang serving as dramaturg.