2017 Dialogue on Philippine Arts & Culture in the Diaspora THIS Sunday May 28 & Monday May 29

May 23, 2017 in Dialogue on Philippine Arts & Cutlure, Uncategorized

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For just $20, join us for FOUR panel discussions:

Sunday, May 28 [9:30 AM – 4:30 PM]
DISCUSSION PANELS – Advance Ticket: $20

A rare, compelling convening of conversation with 20 community leaders, funder reps and multidisciplinary artists in the Diaspora engaging in panels centralized on 4 themes:

Cultural Entry Points // Contemporary + New Folk // Art Business & Civic Engagement // Diasporic Panel

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Check out the line-up:

SUNDAY MAY 28, 2017
• DISCUSSION PANELS: 9:30 AM – 4:45 PM

This year we’ve rounded up 20 community leaders, funder reps, and multidisciplinary artists in the Diaspora to share in panels, centralized on four essential areas:

Cultural Entry Points: What are the immersive cultural learning experiences in today’s digitally dominated world?

Contemporary/New Folk: How are contemporary artists deeply trained and/or experienced in traditional Philippine art forms defining the new folk genre?

Art Business & Civic Engagement: What are the essential business tools for a successful arts practice? How are the arts/artists essential to civic engagement and community building? How is civic engagement and community building essential to the arts/artists?

Diasporic Panel: How does Philippine dance, music and cultural practices inform the creations of diasporic western-trained artists?

*As part of the Discussion Panel Ticket, enjoy a buffet-style lunch AND a special performance by Toronto’s DATU, special collabo with Jonathan Mercado!

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• LEGACY KAMAYAN DINNER: 6:30 – 9 PM

Join us for a delicious spread, and special tribute presentations for four outstanding Pilipinos in our community: Evangeline “Vangie” Buell (Advocacy, Literature & Music), Allan Manalo (Theater and Performing Arts; Bindlestiff Studio) Bernadette Borja Sy (Community Leadership; FADF and Bayanihan Community Center), and Carlos Zialcita (Music; The San Francisco Filipino American Jazz Festival)


MONDAY MAY 29, 2017
• WORKSHOPS: 9AM – 1:30 PM

9:15-10:30 AM • Dance workshop with Parangal Dance Company’s Eric Solano
10:35-11:50 AM • Dance workshop with Master Artist of Philippine Dance, Jay Loyola
12:15-1:30 PM • Music workshop with ethnomusicologist Bernard Ellorin, PhD

FLASH SALE ends tomorrow, Mon May 15 ~ $1 off advance tickets

May 14, 2017 in Incarcerated 6x9

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INCARCERATED 6X9
Bindlestiff Studio –  185 6th St, SF
7:30pm Fri / Sat May 19, 20, 2017
2:30pm Sun May 21, 2017
Advance Tickets | FB Event Page

FLASH SALE ALERT!!
Take advantage of this limited time offer: $1 off advance ticket

Sale ends tomorrow, Monday May 15, 2017

Get your ticket:
$16 (+ processing fee)

 

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Our Clan of Saints Bay superheroes have flown into Bindlestiff Studio!

Illustrators, Don Aguillo & Raf Salazar’s, SOMA Superheroes Edition, Clan of Saints Bay works are currently exhibiting at Bindlestiff Theater.

*We will be selling copies of the comic book at all 3 – 6×9 shows*

Volunteer in the SOMA this May, 2017!

May 10, 2017 in Dialogue on Philippine Arts & Cutlure, Incarcerated 6x9

Volunteers May 2017

There’s a ton of awesome events happening in the SOMA this month! If you’re planning to attend one or more, consider lending a hand! Sign up and volunteer:

 

#1) SoMa Pilipinas Barrio Fiesta 2017: Ang Tao, Ang Bayan, Ngayon ay Lumalaban! with a tribute to the late Russell Robles, one of the original founders of Barrio Fiesta

Venue: Gene Friend Recreation Center, 270 6th St, San Francisco, CA 94103

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Date/ Volunteer Times: Saturday, May 20, 2017

  • 9:00 AM – 12:15 PM (Set-up)
  • 12:00 PM – 3:15 PM (Barrio Fiesta work stations)
  • 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM (break down)

Volunteer Sign-up form: https://goo.gl/xBQjNi

Event Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/638395779693236/

About: For the past 2 years our community revived a classic celebration started by our elders and the leaders before us. Join us for FREE food, games, entertainment and community building! We are seeking volunteers as all the fun, community building, and memorable experiences were and will be made possible by the community coming together. Click HERE for an amazing video from last year’s Barrio Fiesta created by Evelyn Obamos.

Volunteers who commit to a minimum of 3 hours will be eligible to receive a volunteer T-shirt. Due to our limited supply of shirts and sizes and depending on the number of volunteers we get, we cannot guarantee a shirt for everyone who registers after April 24, as they will be available on a first-come, first serve basis as supplies last. But we will try our best, and you will still get to be part of all the fun, food, and community-building!

 

#2) Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center & Kularts Present: INCARCERATED 6×9

postcard_4x6_frontVenue: Bindlestiff Studio, 185 6th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

Dates/Volunteer Times:

  • Friday May 19, 2017 (6:30-9pm)
  • Saturday May 20 (6:30-9pm)
  • Sunday May 21 (1:30-4:30pm)

Volunteer sign-up form: https://parolsf.wufoo.com/forms/sdvmux20hpg7tn/

Event website(s): https://www.facebook.com/events/407802772920263/ | http://incarcerated6x9.bpt.me/

About: Philippine elder artist and Kularts’ own Alleluia Panis’s latest work with Rachel Lastimosa of R&B indie duo Dirty Boots and filmmaker Wilfred Galila, INCARCERATED 6×9, is a multi-layered immersive 60-minute dance and media experience. Set in the future, 2048, 6×9 explores the state of humanity among Pilipinos in the US, 150 years after the US annexation of the Philippines, centralizing on 3 Pilipino American inmates as they struggle to survive the US prison system, delving into the impact of displacement, incarceration and colonization of Pilipino Americans.

Volunteers needed for ushering, greeting, distributing  and collecting programs and surveys, and more.

*If extra seats are available the night you’re volunteering, you will get to watch the show for free!

 

#3) 2nd Annual Dialogue on Philippine Arts & Culture in the Diaspora

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Venue: Bayanihan Community Center, 1010 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

About: Kularts with the American Center of Philippine Arts (ACPA), Parangal Dance Company, and the Filipino American Development Foundation (FADF), are hosting this year’s 2017 Dialogue. A ticketed, open to the public 2-day convening, comprised of 20 community leaders, funder reps and multidisciplinary artists in the Diaspora (including artists from Australia and Canada), engage in meaningful discussion panels centralized on four essential areas: Cultural Entry Points, Contemporary/New Folk, Art Business & Civic Engagement, and Diasporic Panel; live performances including Toronto’s DATU; a legacy kamayan dinner honoring 4 phenomenal artistic leaders, cultural bearers in the diaspora; and three music and dance workshops.

Dates/Volunteer Times & Tasks:

  • Sunday May 28, 2017
    • Morning Shift (9am – 1:15pm) ~ Set-up, tickets, registration, merchandise table, lunch preparation
    • Afternoon Shift (1:15 – 5pm) ~ Tickets, registration, merchandise table
    • Evening Shift **Most help needed (5 – 9:30pm) ~ legacy dinner preparation, tickets, registration, serving during dinner
      • Volunteer for the evening shift and get special discounted price for the Legacy Kamayan Dinner!
  • Monday May 29, 2017
    • 9am – 1:30pm ~ Tickets, registration for workshops

To volunteer for this event, please email Kularts’ Program Manager, Lovelie Faustino at program@kularts.org and let us know which shift(s) you’re interested in.

Website [with additional info]: https://parolsf.wufoo.com/forms/zdtp8nw1vjsbzg/

Get tickets for SUN’s May 21 6×9 matinee show & join us for special Talk-Back Panel!

May 5, 2017 in Incarcerated 6x9

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INCARCERATED 6X9
Bindlestiff Studio –  185 6th St, SF
7:30pm Fri / Sat May 19, 20, 2017
2:30pm Sun May 21, 2017
Advance Tickets | FB Event Page

6×9 explores the hopes, delusions and the will to survive the brutal American judicial industry through the lives of Pilipino American inmates. 

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~ Purchase tickets for May 21 show and after join us for a special panel discussion and reflection ~

It’s hard to fully grasp the emotional, lonely rollercoaster of being enclosed in solitary confinement, distanced from your loved ones, and endure the brutal harsh realities of the American judicial system.

On Sunday, May 21, after the closing weekend performance of 6×9, we’ll be joined by members of our San Francisco, Bay Area community, Filipino and Chinese immigrants who spent decades behind bars and since released have put all their energy and efforts toward the betterment of youth and the community.

[PANELISTS] 

Rico Riemedio, formerly incarcerated for 24 years, is now a beloved South of Market advocate, who has dedicated years working with San Francisco youth violence prevention; Short Video of Rico

Eddy Zhang, became the youngest inmate at San Quentin; while in prison he learned English, earned his college degree and published poetry. Eddy’s journey is featured in the documentary Breathin’: The Eddy Zheng Story, winner of the 2016 CAAMFEST Audience Award; WEBSITE

Rounding out the panel is award winning multi-media journalist & filmmaker R.J. Lozada; the Director of Photography for ‘Breathin,’ and director of ‘Laps,’ documentary on the San Quentin 1000 Mile Running Club. WEBSITE / TRAILER OF LAPS

*Watch Breathin’ on World Channel, May 23rd [More info at AmericanReframed.org]

[ABOUT TALK-BACK PANEL] 

Our panelists will sit down with the audience to offer firsthand insight into the physical and psychological impact of life in the judicial system; unpacking the emotional collateral of incarceration within our families and in our local community.

A time to reflect as a community:

  • Unearthing beneficial ways to reach out to our children in our home, and support our community youth to avoid influences of the streets
  • For those currently experiencing the effects of incarceration within our families, how we can ultimately be empowered, and not succumbed to despair
  • Discover actions we could take with our government policies to advocate for restorative justice system 
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