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Flores appears in and co-wrote the Great Leap [[Eco-Vids|Eco-Vid]] ''Cycles of Change'' (2012) and co-created the [[FandangObon]] project (2013-present) with Nobuko Miyamoto and [[Martha Gonzalez]]. He has served as Director of Arts and Culture at the East Los Angeles Community Corporation (ELACC) since 2016. He is a Board member for Great Leap as well as for Smithsonian Folkways and the Boyle Heights Arts Conservatory. He co-founded Artivist Entertainment, an independent entertainment company, with Maya Jupiter, Aloe Blacc, Alberto Lopez, and Veronica Gonzalez, representing artists whose art and music inspire positive social change.  
 
Flores appears in and co-wrote the Great Leap [[Eco-Vids|Eco-Vid]] ''Cycles of Change'' (2012) and co-created the [[FandangObon]] project (2013-present) with Nobuko Miyamoto and [[Martha Gonzalez]]. He has served as Director of Arts and Culture at the East Los Angeles Community Corporation (ELACC) since 2016. He is a Board member for Great Leap as well as for Smithsonian Folkways and the Boyle Heights Arts Conservatory. He co-founded Artivist Entertainment, an independent entertainment company, with Maya Jupiter, Aloe Blacc, Alberto Lopez, and Veronica Gonzalez, representing artists whose art and music inspire positive social change.  
  
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==External links==
Quetzal Flores' professional bio [http://artivistentertainment.com/quetzal-flores/].
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* [http://artivistentertainment.com/quetzal-flores/ Quetzal Flores professional bio].

Revision as of 23:37, 8 March 2018

Quetzal Flores is a longtime collaborator with Great Leap. He is a musician and community organizer whose work is both local -- focused on his home communities of East LA -- and transnational. Since 1993, he has worked as the musical director for the renowned East Los Angeles-based rock group Quetzal.

Flores appears in and co-wrote the Great Leap Eco-Vid Cycles of Change (2012) and co-created the FandangObon project (2013-present) with Nobuko Miyamoto and Martha Gonzalez. He has served as Director of Arts and Culture at the East Los Angeles Community Corporation (ELACC) since 2016. He is a Board member for Great Leap as well as for Smithsonian Folkways and the Boyle Heights Arts Conservatory. He co-founded Artivist Entertainment, an independent entertainment company, with Maya Jupiter, Aloe Blacc, Alberto Lopez, and Veronica Gonzalez, representing artists whose art and music inspire positive social change.

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