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Burnt Rice

Reception and Fundraiser

Friday October 7th 630-830pm 

Oakland Asian Cultural Center 

Come celebrate Filipino History month with your all Filipino Artist's Collective: Epekto Art Projects! Throughout the evening enjoy these activities: 

Art reception 
Live mural painting
Halo Halo station 
Wine raffle
Silent auction
Food by Hood Yums 

Our fundraising is all for the effort of bringing our art and artists to the Big Island of Hawaii for our first ever out of state group exhibit! Can't attend the opening? Donate online:

Participating artists include: 

Carla Catalina 
Carlo Ricafort
Jose Johann Bitancor 
Justin Pastores 
Maria Fatima Urbi 
Rea Lynn de Guzman 
Kimberley Arteche  
Marcius Noceda  
Mel Vera Cruz  
Michael Sacramento
Topher Maka 
Pamela Ybañez 

About the exhibit: 
While living in the US, our heritage stems from the Philippines; and many of us continue to hold a strong bond to our customs & culture. "Burnt Rice" explores these customs through the form of a spiritual connection to both plants and animals. Flora and fauna can symbolize a type of 'grounding' of energies. Rice holds a special link to both our culture as Filipinos as it is a staple to our diet and the plant itself is commonly seen throughout the archipelago of the Philippines. This plant is so directly linked to our being, as it provides physical sustenance, nourishes our soul, and continues our connection to our heritage.

Special thanks to our supporters: 
Oakland Asian Cultural Center

Akonadi Foundation
Korbel California Champagne
New Parkway Theatre
California Canoe & Kayak

Oakland Asian Cultural Center is located at: 

388 9th St, Ste 290

Oakland, CA 94607

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