As Brava's flagship program, Brava Presents delivers an eclectic array of music, theatre, dance, visual, and media art works in collaboration with local artists and arts organizations with a focus on cultivating opportunities for the artistic expression of women, artists of color, the LGBTQIA community, and other underrepresented voices.
Brava Presents Events
Brava's annual event takes over the streets and alleys of the Mission to celebrate and preserve the neighborhood’s living cultural heritage.
A benefit for Brava! for Women in the Arts
Presented by Black Artists Contemporary Cultural Experience in association with Brava
Honoring Artemio Posadas, a 2016 NEA National Heritage Fellow and featuring the Grammy Award winning band Quetzal, along with Gilberto Gutiérrez and Gisela Farias Luna of Mono Blanco, Russell Rodriguez, and Cuicacalli Dance Company
Brava’s New Year’s Eve Comedy Fiesta, now in its fifth year, will lead the charge into uncharted territory (aka the New Year) with a diverse line up of satirically endowed, provocatively charming, woke, witty, and acclaimed stand up comedians.
Join Brava! for Women in the Arts and hosts Landa Lakes and U-Phoria Glitter for an evening of music, drag, and poetry in solidarity with the water protectors at Standing Rock.
Back by popular demand with new original songs, Brava! for Women in the Arts and 3 López Productions present El Son de la Misión, a musical suite composed by multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger and educator John Calloway and a script from renowned actor, playwright, theatre director and educator, Carlos Baron.
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