Xingonas in the Pit Collective

Daisy Salinas is the founder/curator of “Xingonas in the Pit,” an all-ages San Antonio-based decolonial feminist punk collective aimed at creating a network of safe radical music spaces. 

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If you’re a person of color & would like to join the Xingonas in the Pit Collective’s MAILING LIST please email us at xingonasinthepit@gmail.com so we can add you! We want to expand our work by inviting punk/alternative people of color to join our Texas POC punk movement. 

“Decolonizing Art Workshop” In our first workshop led by artist Suzy González, participants will discuss critical frameworks when observing art and art history as we study examples of exploitation and appropriation towards people of color by European artists.  Following the lecture will be an interactive art-making workshop based on our collective definitions of decolonization. Open to all kinds of artists and creatives.

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The fourth “Xingonas in the Pit” show presented “Afropunk in the Pit,” a screening of James Spooner’s legendary documentary Afro-Punk followed by an artist talk with black punk acts from across Texas!

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The third Xingonas in the Pit “Black and Brown Punk Fest” aimed to unite punks of color across Texas! Learn more here. 

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The second Xingonas in the Pit encouraged San Antonio-based artists & participants to dissect what the City’s Tricentennial celebration means to us as indigenous peoples of the area, the continent, and the world.

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The first Xingonas in the Pit was an Ojos htx Record Release POC Punk Fest Benefit for Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief