"MONEY IS KILLING ME!" The New Age Gold Rush curated by Paul S. Flores
Feb 16

"MONEY IS KILLING ME!" The New Age Gold Rush curated by Paul S. Flores

  • Rhodes & Fletcher, llc

Rhodes & Fletcher, LLC and Spare Chage Artist Space are proud to host "MONEY IS KILLING ME!" The New Age Gold Rush, curated by Paul S. Flores

A multimedia art exhibit focusing on how Latino artists are working to keep their place in the Bay Area while making sense of living in the richest region in America within the context of current and past labor and social justice movements.

Featuring work by:
Jesus Barraza
Julio Cesar Morales
Melanie Cervantes
Sergio de La Torre
Josue Rojas

Wednesday, December 7th
at Rhodes & Fletcher, llc (465 California St., suite 838)
6:00pm - Opening Reception with DJ Sake-1
7:00pm- Community Discussion facilitated by Ani Rivera
"How do artists make money and hold onto a social agenda to get their message across?"
8:00pm- Live Performance by Chhoti Ma, Tongo Eisen-Martin and Norman Antonio Zelaya

Saturday, January 21st at 7pm
at Galaria de La Raza (2857 24th St)
Workshop: "Artists don't have to be broke ... forever."
Sean Fletcher, AIF®, CFP® answers your questions about sustaining a successful artistic career.

Thursday, February 16th at 7pm
at Rhodes & Fletcher, llc (465 California St., suite 838)
Closing Reception with Live Performances by Paul S. Flores and Students from the University of San Francisco Hip-Hop Theater Ensemble

For more information please call (415) 362-8636 or visit:

Loco Bloco Presents: On The Hill Preview Performance & Community Talk-Back
Mar 26

Loco Bloco Presents: On The Hill Preview Performance & Community Talk-Back

  • Brava Theater Center

Friday, March 25 & Saturday, March 26, 2016 @ 7:00pm
Brava Theater Center | 2781 24th Street, San Francisco, CA

Join us for a preview of this New Work & a facilitated communication with the artists immediately following the performance. Directed by renowned playwright Paul S. Flores, "On The Hill" aims to to use performance art to tell the story of the impact that the death of Alex Nieto at the hands of the SFPD has had on youth of color residing in SF neighborhoods that are currently being gentrified. By using music, dance and theater to tell this story, this project will serve as a powerful tool for communities divided by issues of police violence, racism, gentrification and economic disparity to find ways to dialogue with each other and discover opportunities for solutions, healing and unification.

Tickets: $10 - No one turned away for lack of funds
Purchase In Advance Online At:
brava.org or locobloco.org

*All proceeds from this event directly support the development of the full and final production*

1:00 pm13:00

The Art of Peace Symposium

  • University of San Diego, Joan Kroc Institute

Paul Flores will present excerpts from “On The Hill” based on interviews, dialogue, writing, theater, music and movement conducted with the Loco Bloco youth ensemble about Alex Nieto’s recent murder at the hands of San Francisco Police Department and how it impacts youth and their communities.

Click here for details

7:30 pm19:30

An Evening of Spoken Word with Paul S. Flores

  • Multicultural Center

Poet, playwright, and spoken word artist Paul Flores explores the intersections of urban culture, hip-hop, and transnational identity. His performance projects have taken him from HBO’s “Def Poetry” to Cuba, Mexico, and El Salvador. San Francisco Weekly named him “Best Politically Active Hip-Hop Performance Artist” and KQED honored him as a “Latino Heritage Local Hero” for his work in theater and youth development. Recently named a 2015 Doris Duke Artist, Flores is a Theater professor at the University of San Francisco.


Nov 14

PLACAS - The Play, Coming to Sacramento!

  • Crest Theatre

The Most Dangerous Tattoo, a play by Paul S. Flores, will make its Sacramento debut on Thursday, November 13, 2014 with a second performance on Friday, November 14, 2014. Performances take place at 7:30PM at The Crest Theater, 1013 K Street, in downtown Sacramento. Fo rmore info, please read the press release.

General Admission
Balcony $10 in advance, $15 at the door
Orchestra $15 in advance, $20 at the door