Artist and San Francisco native Carlos Santana to unveil the Santana family mural with a blessing and dedication ceremony at Station 24 and Mission BART on Friday, October 29 at noon

Speakers at the mural unveiling ceremony include the Mayor of London Breed, Carlos and Salvador Santana

SAN FRANCISCO, October 29, 2021– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The long-awaited wall dedication, ribbon cutting and blessing ceremony in honor of HEALTH Family at 24e & Mission Street BART Plaza Southwest Station Fridays- 29 octobere at 12h00 will express the wishes of the late Patriarch Jorge Santana.

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Unveiling ceremony of a fresco. In honor of Jorge Santana and the Santana family (Photo: Business Wire)

The fresco pays homage to the parents of the Santana family members, Josefina and Jose, two of their sons Carlos and Jorge and one of the grandchildren Salvador, son of Carlos.

The celebration begins with a traditional Aztec blessing by “MiXCOATL”, followed by guest speakers Salvador Santana, Mayor of London Breed, Leo Rosales, Lisa Brewer, Roberto Y. Hernandez and world renowned guest of honor Carlos Santana.

The dedication will honor Jorge Santana, Carlos’ younger brother, who passed away suddenly and unexpectedly in the spirit world just as the creation of the mural began in September 2020.

Jorge was born in Jalisco, Mexico and raised in the Mission District. He was an incredible musician, just like his brother Carlos. By the age of 20, Jorge joined the legendary Latin American rock band from San Francisco Mission District, “MALO,” playing guitar on the band’s top 20 hit songs “Suavecito” and helped shape the nationally recognized Latino rock sound.

The year-long mural project was painted by award-winning San Francisco artists Crayone and Mark Bode, depicting the sketch provided by Randolph Bowes and Jorge Santana.

The mural project was developed and supervised by Lisa Brewer of Mission Art 415, Dr Annie Rodriquez and Dr Bernardo Gonzalez.

The wall dedication is part of a community movement to celebrate this incredible family, in the spirit of art, passion and unity.

This event is open to the media but not to the general public.

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Victoria Sanchez de Alba
De Alba Communications (for Cultura y Arte Nativa de las Americas)
(650) 270-7810 / [email protected]

Roberto Y. Hernandez
Cultura y Arte Nativa de las Americas
(415) 987-0577 / [email protected]

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