SAN FRANCISCO — The Mountain View Public Library will host the Filipino American authors of Beyond Lumpia, Pansit and Seven Manangs Wild, an anthology published by the Filipino National Historical Society’s East Bay Chapter, on Saturday, September 26. Beyond Lumpia, Pansit and Seven Manangs Wild features many stories about second, third, and fourth-generation Filipinos, their experiences, and how they identify as Filipinos in America. The narratives reflect the nature of livi
All featured works are by local Filipino descent artists.
Art Reception: October 2, 2015, from 6-9pm (First Friday)
Exhibit: October 2-23, 2015
Artworks featured are by:
Paolo Mejia Art Gallery and Design Studio (Paolo Mejia)
Reynaldo Ruetas Cayetano Jr.
Rea Lynn de Guzman
Christopher Maravilla Maka (Topher Maka)
Mona Jane Marcos
A.C.T.'s Strand Theater
1127 Market Street Running time: TBD “Tenorio’s characters are zany, witty, and beautifully drawn” —Slate.com In these two tales of contemporary Filipino-American life in California, adapted from the acclaimed collection of short stories by San Francisco author Lysley Tenorio, a vibrant array of characters strive for personal transformations that are seemingly impossible, wonderfully moving, and distinctly theatrical. The infamous headline-making evic
SEIZE THE FUTURE AT APATURE 2015!
APAture is Kearny Street Workshop’s annual multidisciplinary festival that presents and promotes art by up-and-coming artists of Asian Pacific American descent. For thirteen seasons, the festival has sparked dialogue around contemporary social issues, especially those that affect APA communities, and inspired collaboration between artists and community members toward social action.
Our theme for this year is FUTURE TENSE. We’ve selected o
September 24 - October 11 Sep 24 at 10:00am to Oct 11 at 5:00pm Asian Art Museum 200 Larkin St, San Francisco, California 94102 Celebrate the rich tradition of Philippine weavings and textiles through the Hinabi Project, an ongoing educational display in the museum’s Resource Center. In partnership with Philippine American Writers and Artists, Inc., the display presents the history and evolution of this unique fabric woven from pineapple leaf fibers.
The Hinabi Project see
Inks of Truth presents "Stop Pretending" art exhibit. Photographs and mixed media works will be on display. This event is in conjunction with this years 5th annual 2 Blocks of Art. We welcome our neighbors and the public to come out and interact with this mixed media exhibition. The artists will each be present. Friday, September 18at 4:00pm - 8:00pm Barber College 64 6th St, San Francisco, California 94103 Featured artists include:
Reynaldo Cayetano Jr.