I’ll be in the Philippines 3/29 at the Manila Collectible co
Right after our final tour of The Manila Collectible Co., you’ll get to meet Kristian Kabuay in his live Calligraphy and Baybayin Exhibit! Can’t wait to see everyone there!
Free Entrance. 3rd Floor Villa Blanca Bldg. (behind Manila Cathedral), Cabildo cor. Beaterio Sts., Intramuros, Manila.
Come to a FREE event celebrating Filipino food at Justin Herman Plaza in San Francisco, California August 30. I’ll be doing a live art performance at 12:30PM at the Street Stage. See SavorFilipino.com for more info
This Saturday (8/23) I’ll be at the Peace in the Park festival in San Francisco, California. This will be a unique event where I’ll be teaching Baybayin and preFilipino culture to mostly non-Filipinos. You can also catch me do live art at my booth.
Check out peaceintheparksf.org for more info
Peace in the Park was first hosted in 2013 as one-time event by the Brahma Kumaris and their friends from over 30 years in the Bay Area. After the astounding success, people want to see it become an annual festival. The Brahma Kumaris teach meditation techniques to enter into a natural state of calm on a daily basis enhancing our ability to think more deeply, and feel greater empathy and live out our values in more authentic ways. Daily calm, clear thinking and value-based living can all positively impact our carrer path , relationship and well being.Our activities are Free of charge and orered via an extensive network of trained volunteers in 9000 locations around the world, right in the heart of communities.The Brahma Kumaris is an IRS tax exempt 501(c)3 non-goverment organization in genral status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations and in consultative status with UNICEF
In addition to the event, I took part of a free video workshop by PopExpert. It’s my first time doing something like this. Check it out here.
Saturday night 9/22, I’ll be doing Baybayin chalk art as part of “Make Your Own Revolution: Remembering people’s strength in resistance to Martial Law” by Kularts.
Friday & Saturday | September 21-22 | 6-8:30pm
Bayanihan Community Center
1010 Mission Street @ 6th
Suggested Donation: $5-20
Join Kularts for two evenings of performance inspired by people’s resistance to state violence. Forty years ago, Ferdinand Marcos declared Martial Law, ushering over two decades of brutal dictatorship, repression, murders (aka “salvaging”), and the subsequent revolution, now known as” People Power Movement.”
Make Your Own Revolution provides a space for the community to commemorate the traumas of martial law and remember the strength of “people power.” Activities include staged readings; live music; participatory sidewalk drawing; and the installation of a bangka, a boat sculpture inspired by indigenous ritual.
Saturday, September 22, 2012: