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Vendor Application

Interested in becoming a Vendor?

Please read through the application, terms & conditions thoroughly. We highly recommend reviewing our website to get a sense of the two-day event. Your application will be reviewed and a representative will follow up.

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Volunteer opportunity

Interested in becoming a Volunteer? Please complete this form to receive your assignment, which will be sent by email, March 8, 2024.

This is a drug and alcohol-free event, meant to be enjoyed by the whole family!

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Photographers
VIDEOGRAPHERS
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Are you interested in becoming a Photographer or Videographer at the Mexica New Year 2024 Ceremony and Celebration?
 

We invite you to complete this initial form to be an integral part of our media team.

Illuminating the path to unity through the lenses of culture, harmony, and wisdom.

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MEXICA NEW YEAR 12 FLINT IN COLLABORATION WITH URBAN AZTEC

TOGETHER WE CREATE

Community Mural

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Together We Create (TWC) is an artist collective that has been live painting at events in San Jose and Fresno, California, since 2016. We serve the Bay Area by offering hands-on experience in street art through live painting events in the community. TWC collaborates with some of the Bay Area's best muralists, graffiti artists, and fine artists to produce some of San Jose's most innovative murals right before your eyes. Part visual art, part performance art, spectators can't help but to be captivated by the transformation of an empty wall to a stunning and colorful masterpiece in just hours.

 

As artists collectively complete their work, everyone is welcome to watch, learn, and enjoy as these murals soon become backdrops for some unique photo opportunities.

​TWC strives to expand professionally as artists and bring the same rigor to the youth by teaching them life skills that come from creating art in public events. ​We aim to empower the youth by teaching them self-confidence and problem-solving skills that only the art of graffiti has the power to evoke. Schools currently associated with TWC are Latino College Preparatory Academy, Leigh High School, and San Jose High School.

 

We are still adding schools to the list. TWC takes pride in being mindful educators of our most important asset: the youth.

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