Trash Mash-Up will be featured in Carnaval San Francisco 2013 on Sunday, May 26 in the Streets of the Mission District. Beginning at 10 a.m. at the corner of 24th and Bryant streets, the parade will proceed west to Mission Street. From there, the parade heads north on Mission down to 17th Street, where it will turn east and flow into the festival area.
One of the city’s most spectacular traditions, Carnaval San Francisco showcases the very best of Latin American and Caribbean cultures and traditions with a diverse array of food, music, dance and artistry. The event is free and the public is encouraged to attend.
Trash Mash-Up has partnered with community based organizations to create the colorful celebration mashing it up in the streets of the Mission District for Carnaval San Francisco. They include the Child and Family Empowerment Services San Francisco; the Abraham Lincoln High School Drama Club and San Francisco Creative Arts Charter School. Trash Mash-Up has also partnered with Recology for the for SF Carnaval. Recology is a private, 100% employee-owned resource recovery company based on the West Coast emphasizing recycling to reduce consumption of virgin materials who pioneered the first curbside compost program in the U.S. TMU parades with Recology’s Drill Team and Artist In Residence Program. Trash Mash-Up is a collaborative community art project.