The Loisaida Center continues its third annual Garbagia program today with a performance of "Three Green Suns," based on a story by Rolando Politi, at La Plaza Cultural on the southwest corner of Ninth Street and Avenue C. (Politi created the upcycled art that adorns the La Plaza fence.)
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Loisaida is proud to bring our community an ongoing summer program, Garbagia, highlighting and revitalizing the migrant experience, our neighborhood's historical inventiveness, and ecological resilience.
2-5 p.m.: Hallucination Station Market — a second-hand and upcycled art market where the creatures and characters of the program will be the sellers and makers of their own products.
5-6 p.m.: "The Three Green Suns" is "the vision of a future that is here — climate change, cleaning planet, Reduce and ReUse, we are becoming Redeemers and Waste Pickers to arrive at Hallucination Station and experience 'The Three Green Suns.'"
There's also mention of a BBQ at 2 p.m.
Find more info at the Loisaida Center website here.