(Offsite) ¡CORÓNATE!
Celebration of Culture at Corona Plaza/ Celebración Cultural en Corona Plaza

Spanish below: 

Our cultural celebrations return to Corona Plaza, a newly renovated public space in the heart of Corona, Queens.
Also featuring the Mercado de la Plaza: Corona Night Market with food and crafts.

Bring your entire family for an afternoon of live music, dance, art-making workshops, and an opportunity to learn about inspirational causes!

Where:
Corona Plaza, 40-04 National St, Corona NY, 11368

Schedule:
1:00pm – 5:00pm Corónate, community radio, and video studio, from the 111 Collective and Queens Museum

3:30pm – 4:00pm  Community activists and artists salute Corona Plaza

4:00pm – 4:30pm  Grammy-winning producer Chaco, Colombian accordionist Gregorio Uribe and Argentinian singer Solange Prat have recently came back from Montes de Maria, in rural Colombia. During their time there, they collaborated and recorded  with 82-year-old Jose De Los Reyes Campos, an accordionist and juglar (troubadour) who did not own his own accordion. Chaco, Gregorio and Solange have donated the proceedings of this performance at Queens Museum to buy an accordion to  Jose De Los Reyes.

4:30pm- 5:00pm Storytime in Spanish with Gianina Enriquez

5:30pm – 6:30pm  Dance party with M.A.K.U  https://www.makusoundsystem.com/ 

All afternoon
• Origami • Piñata making • Face painting for kids • Crochet and embroidery workshops • Hula hoops and games

Ikonekanin, necklaces made by Indigenous Colombian communities
Libelula http://fb.me/libelulastorenyc, seed accessories from Colombia
Adriana y Porfirio, handmade Mexican clothes, and jewelry
https://www.facebook.com/adrianaboutiqueaccesorios/
Plus Tripa Miski of Vinicio’s restauranhttp://www.viniciorestaurant.com/and more!

For More Information:  Mónica Carrillo
mcarrillo@queensmuseum.org

SPANISH:

Trae a toda la familia a disfrutar de una tarde de talleres de arte, danza y música en vivo, mientras conoces de causas inspiran cambios sociales!

Nuestra celebración retorna a Corona plaza, espacio público en el corazón de Queens, renovado recientemente! CORÓNATE presenta al Mercado de la Plaza: Corona Night Market con
vendedores de comida y arte local

Horario

1:00pm – 5:00pm  Corónate, proyecto de radio y video itinerante del Museo de Queens y el Colectivo 111!

3:30pm – 4:00pm  Artistas y activistas comunitarios saludan a Corona Plaza

4:00pm – 4:30pm  Chaco, productor ganador del Grammy, el acordeonista Gregorio Urube y la cantante argentina Solange Prat han regresado recientemente de Los Montes de María, área rural de Colombia. Allí ellos colaboraron y grabaron con talentosos artistas incluyendo José de Los Reyes Campos, acordeonero y juglar que no tenía su propio acordeón. Chaco, Gregorio y Solange han donado sus honorarios de esta performance para comprarle su propio acordeón al maestro José.

4:30 pm -5:00 pm Story time para niños y niñas en español con Gianina Enriquez.

5:30pm – 6:30pm  Fiesta bailable con Maku https://www.makusoundsystem.com/

Toda la tarde:
• Origami • Piñatas para niños, niñas y adultos • Pintura para el rostro • Crochet y bordado • Hula hula y juegos

Ikonekanin, collares hechos por indígenas colombianos
Libelula http://fb.me/libelulastorenyc, collares de semillas colombianas
Adriana y Porfirio, ropa y accesorios mexicanos
https://www.facebook.com/adrianaboutiqueaccesorios/Tripa miski of Vinicio’s restaurant http://www.viniciorestaurant.com/ and more!

Más información: Mónica Carrillo, mcarrillo@queensmuseum.org

Corona Plaza programming is made possible by Building Healthy Communities with funding from Astoria Energy, Fund for Public Health in New York City, Surdna Foundation, the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and The New York Community Trust. Additional support is provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and Building Healthy Communities.
Special thanks to the office of Councilwoman Julissa Ferreras. Additional thanks to the Queens Economic Development Corporation, Department of Transportation and The Hort.

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