Because you asked for it! Wear Kulintronica t-shirts by Ugat clothing and show the world that kulintang is the future…
Available at any Kulintronica gig and also direct from here.
Thursday, July 17, 2014
Philippine Center at the ground floor lobby of the Philippine Consulate of San Francisco
447 Sutter St, San Francisco, CA 94108
Carmen Colet (Asian Art Museum Commissioner and SFMSCC Chair) and Kularts in partnership with the Philippine Consulate General in San Francisco invite you to
Kularts the nation’s premier presenter of contemporary and tribal Pilipino arts, is kicking off a summer crowdfunding campaign commission and produce a groundbreaking dance production of Maseg (Typhoon) by Philippine Master Dance Artist Jay Loyola Dance and composer Florante C. Aguilar at historic Brava Theater in San Francisco.
To Kick-Off the campaign, we invite you to our exlcusive VIP Launch Party. Light refreshments and bites provided by Local Lift.
Thursday, July 27, 2014
A Variety of Voices of Filipino American Culture
Raising Domestic Violence Awareness
Poetry. Music. Art. Dance. Filipino Martial Arts. Live!
Join us for the Second Annual Kundiman 808 at the Filipino Community Center’s Ballroom in Waipahu!
Date: July 27, 2014
Time: 4:30 – 8:30 PM
**FREE and open to the public**
Kundiman is a genre of Filipino love songs. Under colonial rule, it was developed into a secret method of expression for one’s love of country and desired freedom.
Kundiman 808 is dedicated to celebrating youth, culture, and community building through various art forms such as music, dance, spoken word, storytelling, live art and more. This year we are also raising awareness about domestic violence.
Emcee: Paul Martin
Performances by: Tekniqlingz | Kulintronica | Bandalan Doce Pares Association, HI | Faith Pascua | Ozzie Jaramillo & Nikko Magtoto | Ricky Rapanut | Agaton Pasion, Jr. | Ashley Galacgac | Ajax Maharlika | Marcus Mateo | AkaVibes
Live Art/ Art Displays by: Laetitia Marie Mahoney aka Chika | Ramir Belmes | Marc Galacgac
For more information on Kundiman 808 of 2014, click here.
ESSA (Ethnic Studies Student Association of UH Manoa)
Consortium for Health, Safety & Support
Made in Hope