MAPP: Art & Performance Crawl | Mission Dist.
The Mission Arts Performance Project (MAPP) sprawls across more than a dozen venues as well as public spaces, street corners, BART stations, cafes, bars, taquerias, and homes all over La Mission from around 6 pm until late.
The event features taking common spaces, and for one chaotic evening, transforming them into event spaces for free live music, spoken word, performance art, film screenings, BBQs, garage sales, unorthodox conversations, and happenings.
The event is loosely “organized,” so although there is a schedule, our best advice is to just show up around 7 pm, wander around the Mission, and discover.
MAPP: Mission Arts Performance Project
The first Saturday every two months
Multiple venues around The Mission District near 24th Street
Most events start sometime between 6 and 9 pm
Saturday, April 4
The April 2015 Mission Arts & Performances Project crawl is dedicated to the life, work and memory of Alejandro Nieto and Almicar Perez-Lopez, along with all victims of SF police murder.
Stay tuned for the details closer to the event.