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Given the recent news of the impact of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico this week, The Puerto Rican Agenda is hosting an emergency fundraiser this Friday in collaboration with the Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center.

When: Friday, September 22, 2017, 7PM – 11PM at Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center.

What: Live Performances, silent auction and more!

Entry: $25 donation. (cash/credit/debit/checks accepted)

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FONDO PARA ARTISTAS DE PUERTO RICO AFECTADOS POR EL HURACÁN

SRBCC anuncia que el 100% de las ganancias de su Gala Anual serán donadas al

Puerto Rico Artist Relief Fund (PRARF).

Un fondo especial creado por el Centro Cultural Segundo Ruiz Belvis para apoyar a artistas afectados por los huracanes Irma y María, la iniciativa proporcionará asistencia a través de los siguientes esfuerzos:

  • Apoyo directo a artistas profesionales que han sufrido graves pérdidas que afectan su capacidad de ganarse la vida en Puerto Rico
  • Ofrecer oportunidades para artistas profesionales puertorriqueños que visiten y presenten su trabajo en Chicago y otras ciudades de Estados Unidos

Detalles: 19 de octubre de 2017 | Puertas abren a las 6:00 pm | 4048 W. Armitage Ave. | Chicago. IL

Para asistir a la actividad de recaudación de fondos, visite nuestra página en Eventbrite aquí

El Centro Cultural Segundo Ruiz Belvis inició una campaña de recaudación de fondos que culmina el 19 de octubre de 2017 con una velada de solidaridad con el pueblo de Puerto Rico, la cual incluirá la participación de Teatro Breve y Juan Pablo Díaz, directamente desde Puerto Rico.

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HURRICANE RELIEF FOR PUERTO RICAN ARTISTS

SRBCC is announcing that 100% of its Annual Gala proceeds will be donated to the

Puerto Rico Artist Relief Fund (PRARF)

A special fund created by Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center to support artists affected by Hurricanes Irma and María, the initiative will provide assistance through the following efforts:

  • Providing direct support to professional artists that have suffered severe losses which impact their capacity to make a living in Puerto Rico
  • Promoting opportunities for professional Puerto Rican artists to tour and present their work in Chicago and other US cities

Visit: Fundraiser

Details: October 19, 2017 | 6:00 pm | 4048 W. Armitage Ave. | Chicago, IL

Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center launched a fundraising campaign culminating on October 19, 2017 with a night dedicated to solidarity with the people of Puerto Rico after Hurricane María, which will include the participation of Teatro Breve and Juan Pablo Díaz, directly from Puerto Rico.

Juan Pablo Díaz, Gilberto Santa Rosa’s protégé, will bring his original salsa to this fundraising event for the people of Puerto Rico.

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Direct from Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Chicago – Las Caras Lindas Music Series

10.07.17 | Inherit Chicago’s World Dumpling Fest |11:00 am|  Chase Promenade, Millennium Park, Chicago, IL | Free to get in, tastings for purchase here

10.12.17 | Inherit Chicago | From Borinquen to Quisqueya featuring Joan Soriano | 4048 W. Armitage | Doors open at 6:00 pm| Free with RSVP | $10 suggested donation for food tasting by Punta Cana.

10.19.17 | SRBCC Gala with Teatro Breve and Juan Pablo Díaz | Doors open at 6:00 pm | Show starts at 7:00 pm | Attend Gala

 

 

SRBCC was awarded the 2016-17 Strengthening Artistic and Cultural Diversity Grant of the Chicago Community Trust for a music series titled “Las Caras Lindas”. Named in honor of Ismael Rivera’s 1978’s classic, the series explores traditional and progressive takes on Afro-Caribbean Music seen through performances of local and touring groups. The series includes international recording artists from Cuba, Colombia, Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico.

 

 

 

 

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