Posts Tagged ‘CSV Cultural Center’

“Loisaida Cultural Wire” Internet Radio Show

Sunday, November 1st, 2009
MON 12PM-2PM Podcast XML
“Loisaida Cultural Wire” with Luis R. Cancel
Listen to the most recent show here
Contact: luis@mindspring.com
Website: www.csvcenter.com

“Loisaida Cultural Wire” with Luis Cancel

Every Monday from Noon – 2:00 PM
on www.eastvillageradio.com

The Monday Sept. 11th program (listen now) included segment interviews with:

  • Edy Ferguson, a visual artist and musician
  • Gabriel Romance, one of the featured singers appearing on
    Tuesday Sept. 12, 2006 in the “Singers in September” vocalists program at CSV Cultural Center 8:00 PM
  • Downtown Movement & Dance with Regina Miranda, a weekly segment on the downtown contemporary dance scene.
  • Musical tribute to Willie Colon (various selections from the albums “El Malo” and “Siembra.”)

Other segments included upcoming cultural events calendar for CSV and other Loisaida cultural venues; musical selections and commentary on NYC cultural policies and its effects on creative individuals.

INSTRUCTIONS TO ADD PODCAST TO iTunes:

  1. Launch the iTunes program on your computer. Make sure you are connected to the Internet.
  2. Select “Advanced” from the top level commands.
  3. From the drop-down menu select “Subscribe to Podcast…” this will open a pop-up window.
  4. Copy and paste this address into the pop-up window: http://www.eastvillageradio.com/podcasts/2220/7.xml
  5. Click on the “OK” button.
  6. The iTunes program will begin to download the initial podcast of the Loisaida Cultural Wire. Depending on your connection speed the program may take 15 to 25 minutes to download to your computer.
  7. Select the podcast and click on the “Play” button to listen after it has downloaded.

CSV Cultural Center wants to thank all of the folks that make East Village Radio possible! (www.eastvillageradio.com)

The iTunes program can be downloaded for free, for either Windows or Apple computers, from: www.apple.com

Yo Soy Boricua

Sunday, November 1st, 2009

CSV Cultural Center & Bodega de la Familia

cordially invite you to the screenings of the
film by Rosie Perez:

Yo Soy Boricua
¡Pa Que Tu Lo Sepas!
(I’m Boricua
Just so you know)

Friday, July 7 2006      7 & 9 PM 
Saturday, July 8 2006  5 & 9 PM
Sunday, July 9 2006    5 & 7 PM

at the

107 Suffolk Street (bet. Rivington & Delancey Sts.)

Tickets: $8 (Adults) & $5 (Seniors & Students)
Advanced booking through SmartTix.com

This community screening is made possible in part by Independent Film Channel Executive Director, Evan Shapiro.

“Loisaida Cultural Wire” with Luis Cancel on Internet Radio

Sunday, November 1st, 2009
MON 12PM-2PM Podcast XML
“Loisaida Cultural Wire” with Luis R. Cancel
Listen to the most recent show here
Contact: luis@mindspring.com
Website: www.csvcenter.com

“Loisaida Cultural Wire” with Luis Cancel

Every Monday from Noon – 2:00 PM
on www.eastvillageradio.com

Instructions to add PodCast to iTunes

  1. Launch the iTunes program on your computer. Make sure you are connected to the Internet.
  2. Select “Advanced” from the top level commands.
  3. From the drop-down menu select “Subscribe to Podcast…” this will open a pop-up window.
  4. Copy and paste this address into the pop-up window: http://www.eastvillageradio.com/podcasts/2220/7.xml
  5. Click on the “OK” button.
  6. The iTunes program will begin to download the initial podcast of the Loisaida Cultural Wire. Depending on your connection speed the program may take 15 to 25 minutes to download to your computer.
  7. Select the podcast and click on the “Play” button to listen after it has downloaded.

CSV Cultural Center wants to thank all of the folks that make East Village Radio possible! (www.eastvillageradio.com)

The iTunes program can be downloaded for free, for either Windows or Apple computers, from: www.apple.com

“Loisaida Cultural Wire” on EVR

Sunday, November 1st, 2009
MON 12PM-2PM Podcast XML
“Loisaida Cultural Wire” with Luis R. Cancel
Listen to the most recent show here
Contact: luis@mindspring.com
Website: www.csvcenter.com

“Loisaida Cultural Wire” with Luis Cancel

Every Monday from Noon – 2:00 PM
on www.eastvillageradio.com

CSV Cultural Center wants to thank all of the folks that make East Village Radio possible! (www.eastvillageradio.com)

Visions of Puerto Rico photo exhibit

Sunday, November 1st, 2009

Exhibition: Visions of Puerto Rico & Puerto Rican Pride

June 12th – 28th – Opening Show 7-10 p.m. on June 12th

Clemente Soto Velez Cultural & Educational Center, Inc.

107 Suffolk Street, Manhattan

Contact: Mia Roman Hernandez – artbymamamia@yahoo.com / 646-361-6448

About the show:

“Visions of Puerto Rico & Puerto Rican Pride” Celebrates Puerto Rican culture through Photography. The show will include more than fifty works by emerging and established artists from Puerto Rico, Miami Fl. and New York City. Each artist brings a unique style and vision. These artists have discovered the beauty, tales and the history to their culture in which has been incorporated into their craft of photography. Some of the pieces will depict Community, Urban settings, Music, Nature, Family, Politics and Spirituality. The photos will embrace the cultural empowerment of the Puerto Ricans and their pride. The photos will evoke emotion, feeling and discussion. We have bridged a gap between the Puerto Ricans on the Island and the Puerto Ricans out side of the island and this exhibit is the result of that connection.

Art is an expression of the unconscious and is dedicated to the free expression of feeling.

About CSV/ Clemente Soto Velez Cultural & Educational Center, Inc.:

The Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center, Inc. (CSV), a 501 (C) 3 not-for-profit, was founded in 1993. The CSV Cultural Center is a Puerto Rican/Latino cultural institution that has demonstrated a broad-minded cultural vision and a collaborative philosophy. While CSV’s mission is focused on the cultivation, presentation and preservation of Puerto Rican and Latino culture, it is equally determined to operate in a multi-cultural and inclusive manner, housing and promoting artists and performance events that fully reflect the cultural diversity of the Lower East Side and the city as a whole.

Artists include:

Clarisel Gonzalez, Mia Roman Hernandez, Elena Marrero, Vivien Perez, Carissa Hernandez, Christopher Lopez, Susan Alvarez, Marcelino Pagan, Luis Cordero, Pepper Negron, Marie Paola Martinez, Gamalier Martinez, Gerardo Javier Melendez Silvagnoli, Marielly Martinez, Ismael Nunez, Pablo Colon, Eliud Martinez

source: Art by Mia press release