MAPP is a familia, a community and a series of arts, music and activist events that has been taking place in the Mission for over 14 years. MAPP is always the first Saturday of the month every two months. MAPP is always free. Mapp will be encompassing over 14 venues as well as public spaces, street corners, bart stations, cafes, bars, taquerias, homes all over La Mission. The event features taking common spaces and for one orchestrated beautifully chaotic evening, transforming them into whatever we want: including free live music, Spoken word, Performance art, Film screenings, BBQ's, garage sales, unorthodox conversations and happenings.

MAPP is dedicated to cultivating, building and defending the culture, history,
character and community in the Mission District.

Saturday October 6th:


There is no “market” path to climate justice!
The protection of Indigenous people is the protection of the earth

Complete Program:

1. Jardin Secreto/ Secret Garden
2739 Harrison & 23rd
Curators: Sofia y Windsong
6:45- 7:00: Opening Blessing
7:05- 7:25: Artemisia
7:30- 7:40: Flavia Elisa Mora (poetry, spoken word)
7:45- 8:15: Soul y Agua 
8:20- 9:00: Orquestra del Barrio (salsa, latin jazz)
Visual Exhibition by Veronica Solis

2. El Jardin Azul // The Blue Garden
3536 23rd St. @ Guerrero
Curator: Cristina Ibarra
This MAPP program is dedicated to creating safe spaces for women - where our voices are heard, our stories are valued, and our bodies, hearts, minds, and spirits are respected - in mapp, in our social circles and communities, in our governments and cultures, in ourselves. 
7:30: Blessing
7:30: Janet Noguera (acoustic guitar)
7:50: Tal Yuval (poetry)
8:00: Majo (musica de arpa y voz)
8:30: Ezra Teshome (soulful and folkful songs)
8:45: Tsedey Gebreyes (poetry) 
9:00: Banda Sin Nombre (musica)
9:30: Closing
visual art: Soad Kader
installation: Caitlin Thomas

3. Pathos-on-Harrison
2754 Harrison(Btwn 23 & 24 Street)
Curators: David Kubrin & Jorge Molina
9:00-9:20 Intro & Invocation
9:20-9:45 Secret Special Guest
9:45-10:00 David Kubrin (word contortionist)
10:00-10:30 Rebirth Canal (Jazz rhythm soul)
10:30-10:45 Poet (TBA)
10:45-12:00 Jorge Molina & Warike
Visual artists: Marco Razo & Luis Piek
Cafe Morena: food & drinks

4. Red Poppy Art House
2698 Folsom @ 23nd
Curator: Dina Zarif
7:30-8:00pm Trio Czinka Panna (Music from Eastern Europe)
8:10-8:50pm Detainment camp (One-act play with music)
9:00-9:25pm Isik Berfin band (Kurdish Sufi /zazaki music)
9:30-10:00pm Eastern Fusion Trio (Middle Eastern fusion/jazz)

5. Noisebridge Hackerspace
2169 Mission Street @ 18th St, 3rd floor
Curators: Ruth Grace Wong & Katherine Ross
12pm-6:30pm: Tours of Noisebridge Hackerspace
2:00pm: Laser Cutter Safety Training
4:00pm: Laser Cutter Safety Training
6:30pm: Silver & Audiobaee (Cyber web performance piece)
7:00pm: Chris Carlsson (History of Pre-Web Digital Dissidents in SF)

7:15PM: Adriana Camarena, writer, reading from "Coded" (El Tecolote Sept. 20, 2018)
7:30PM: Jack Hertz on a reproduction of Raymond Scott's Electronium
8PM: DJ Joseph Grand, deep house
9PM: DJ Grumpylilshit
10PM: DJ Ewok93

6. Alley Cat Books Gallery
3036 24th Street. Between Harrison & Treat
Curators: Kate & Marco Razo
7:00-9:00pm Opening Reception for Antonio Tova (painter) & Txutxo Perez (mixed media artist) 
Music by DJ Txuxo Perez
Drinks and snacks provided.

7. Community Music Center 
544 Capp Street (Between 20th St & 21st St)
Curators: Sylvia Sherman & Tregar Otton 
6:30-7:00pm Salsa Dance Class with Rodrigo Ipince
7:00-9:30pm CMC Salsa Ensemble (Afro Cuban Dance Music) 

8. Artillery AG Gallery
2751 Mission Street 
Curators: Iván 'Papacito' Lopez, El Jesucio Varela, Arturo 'Suavecito' Mendez. 
7:00-7:45pm: Kally Jay 
8:00-8:45pm: Grow 8
9:00pm-Close: Seoulstice and Tarawa 
Exhibition: Wild Humans by Ivan Lopez