This event has been Postponed.
The National Museum of Mexican Art invites you to an evening of House Music curated by some of the leading DJs including: DJ Mo Mami (Chicago), Que Madre (Chulita Vinyl Club, Los Angeles) and CEDEÑO (Chicago). They are some of the fiercest Mexicana DJ’s breaking stereotypes, one beat at a time. From Tribal and Latin to Chicago style, enjoy an evening dedicated to house music, Chicago’s gift to the world. Your ticket purchase includes drinks.
About the DJs:
Mo Mami’s plan to pursue a J.D. quickly turned into DJing when she was inspired by her experience making beats and blending sounds across various genres. A Chicago native, her biggest influence stems from hearing her mother’s old school House music mixes growing up. When she’s not behind the turntables, Mo Mami works as a project manager for the non-profit women’s organization Babes Only.
CEDEÑO was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco Mexico and raised in Little Village, Chicago. CEDEÑO uses the dance floor as a platform to take listeners on a journey of World Drums from her unique style of Tribal House, Tech House & House Music, so that people of all races, ages and creeds may be united by a single thread and experience a wonderful journey of drums, energy that feeds the body, mind and soul.
Maryann aka DJ Que Madre is a member of the Los Angeles chapter of Chulita Vinyl Club, an all women-of-color vinyl collective that has chapters in California and Texas. She has been a member since 2016 and has been collecting records for the past several years. You can catch her regularly playing music all around Los Angeles and can follow her at @que.madre.
This event is part of the 2020 Sor Juana Festival. See the full program of events here: http://bit.ly/SorJuanaFestival