All City Canvas
It began in 2012, inspired by the Mexican muralism movement, as one of the world’s most important urban art festivals in the world. We defied cities, walls and environments to create high impact productions. Now we are one of the most important Street Culture platforms in the Spanish speaking language, soon to cross over to English. From its beginnings, ACC has been an evolving continuum.
Great Big is a global media company devoted to cinematic storytelling. Headquartered in New York, with a bureau in London, our studios create and distribute micro docs and short films, as well as series for digital, social, TV and theatrical release.
Since our launch in late 2015, our producers have traveled to more than 80 countries to discover the untold, the overlooked and the flat-out amazing. Our stories engage and inspire tens of millions daily.
Two Latinx friends. Wildly different music tastes. Radio Menea is a Latinx* music podcast by Verónica Bayetti Flores and Miriam Zoila Pérez. Called “the woke Latinx music podcast you should be listening to” by Remezcla and “the soundtrack to a queer mami’s sancocho” by Latina Magazine, Radio Menea is an entertaining bilingual journey through the Latinx music that is the soundtrack to Vero and Pérez’s lives, and probably yours too.
Verónica Bayetti Flores is a queer Venezolana writer, rabble-rouser, and music lover. She’s got a soft spot for mujeres and queers in the underground making music and killing the game. She’s also spent a lot of time advocating for reproductive justice, immigrants’ rights, LGBTQ liberation, and the end of discriminatory policing practices. Follow her on twitter @veroconplatanos.
Jose Antonio Cerquiero
Media Producer with experience creating content for a variety of media outlets. Not only does he have experience in direction, cinematography, production and editing, but also in conceptualizing ideas that engages hundreds of thousands of people on a weekly basis.
His goal is to ensure that the audience that I speak to actually listens. In order to do this, ideas must be unique and well tailored, along with a media strategy that optimizes the flow of information to a specific audience. He is humbly convinced that this is only way to create a following.
Miriam Zoila Pérez is a queer Cuban-American writer and activist focused on race, health and gender. She graduated from Swarthmore College with High Honors in Anthropology in 2006 and has lived in various East Coast cities ever since.
Pérez is the co-host of Radio Menea, a Latinx music podcast with Verónica Bayetti Flores. Called “the woke Latinx music podcast you should be listening to” by Remezcla and “the soundtrack to a queer mami’s sancocho” by Latina Magazine, Radio Menea is an entertaining bilingual journey through Latinx life and music.