Kularts 2015 Roundup! Donate & Empower Artists for 2016!

December 23, 2015 in 2015 Pinoy Arts Fest, Kodakan, Making Visible, Maseg, Maseg Typhoon, Other Work by Alleluia Panis, Performances, She Who Can See, Uncategorized, Works by Jay Loyola


It’s been an eventful, incredible year for Kularts!

Huge thank you for participating, attending & funding Kularts 2015 programming!!

Keep the momentum going!!

Make an end of the year tax-deductible donation via: Online PayPal Link OR send a check to Kularts 474 Faxon Avenue San Francisco, CA 94112

Check out some of Kularts 2015 Highlights:

56 Ma’ARTes Fest funders

FIRST ever Ma’ARTes Festival: Opening Reception, Kodakan Exhibition, World Premiere of She, Who Can See and There’s The Moon & Then There’s You, the return of Maség Typhoon, Barrio Fiesta and SoMa Pilipinas Arts Fair

– Back by popular demand, the return of She, Who Can See

Kodakan Exhibit at the I-Hotel Manilatown Center, ACT’s Strand Theater and Bayanihan Community Center

FIRST ever Parol Lantern Commissions, currently at the Philippine Consulate General, San Francisco

Super Salamat Ma’ARTES Festival Supporters!

June 6, 2015 in 2015 Pinoy Arts Fest, Kodakan, Kwentohan, Making Visible, Maseg Typhoon, Other Work by Alleluia Panis, She Who Can See, Uncategorized, Works by Jay Loyola


 A huge thanks to all of YOU who participated in the first ever Ma’ARTES Festival!

Visit our Facebook page and let us know what you thought of the festivities, and share your pictures from the events: 

Ma’ARTES Opening Reception | Kodakan: Pilipinos in the City exhibit | She, Who Can See | Maség Typhoon | Barrio Fiesta | There’s the Moon & Then There’s You | SOMA Pilipinas Arts Fair

This summer, check out the Kodakan: Pilipinos in the City exhibit at the I-Hotel! 

Maség makes positive waves with Positively Filipino Magazine

February 6, 2015 in Maseg, Maseg Typhoon, Works by Jay Loyola


Positively Filipino Magazine has featured Maség: Typhoon in their latest roundup of stories

Written by Lisa Suguitan Melnick, the review captures the artistic partnership of Master Pilipino Artists – choreographer Jay Loyola, composer Florante Aguilar and creative director, Alleluia Panis.

Melnick explores the deeper themes of Maség and uncovers the core of the production, here’s a sneak peek of the story:

“Maség investigates stories of immigration, subjugation and finally, reconciliation. This theme parallels major elements of Panis’ definition of her career’s work: decolonization through the arts, indigenous spirituality, self-representation, authenticity and striving for excellence.”


Read the entire article at: 

Maség, An Artistic Tempest

Maség: Typhoon hits iTunes!

January 30, 2015 in Maseg, Maseg Typhoon, Works by Jay Loyola



Still missing the mesmerizing music of Maség from your playlist?

The original score composed by renowned musician, Florante Aguilar, is available for download via iTunes.

Select your favorite songs to download or purchase the entire soundtrack with ease.

To download visit the iTunes shop: 

Maség by Florante Aguilar on iTunes

%d bloggers like this: