CASA DE CULTURAS HOSTS JOSHUA TREE INDIGENOUS FILM FESTIVAL

CASA CULURAS HOSTS JOSHUA TREE INDIGENOUS FILM FESTIVAL

Casa de Culturas will host the 2013 Joshua Tree Indigenous Film Festival, three days of films, performances and presentations by local and indigenous artists and elders. This year the Festival will showcase the work of native scholar and elder Alfredo Acosta Figueroa, who will open the festivities with a new presentation ‘Seven Sisters: The Measurement of Time’ about the relationship between the Pleiades star cluster, ancient astronomy and Native American Sacred Sites. The festival runs from Friday, November 15, through Sunday, November 17 at three sites in Joshua Tree. Tickets for the events range from $15 to $25. Special discounts are available to groups of four or more. A ‘Festival Friend Package’ including four passes for all events including walking tour and other extras can be purchased for $125. Camping at Joshua Lakes Campground is available for an additional fee. For more information and tickets, call 760-819-2196, An e-mail address and website links are available in this story at z1077fm.com

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