Oakland Asian Cultural Center
Since opening its own facility in 1996 in the heart of Oakland’s Chinatown district, the OACC has presented countless high quality cultural programs including performances, workshops, festivals, school tours, classes, and exhibitions.
Kearny Street Workshop
Founded in 1972, during the height of the Asian American Movement, Kearny Street Workshop is the oldest Asian Pacific American multidisciplinary arts organization in the country.
Manilatown Heritage Foundation
Manilatown Heritage Foundation promotes social and economic justice for Filipinos in the United States by preserving our history, advocating for equal access, and advancing our arts and culture.
Asian American Women Artists Assoc.
Founded in 1989, we are dedicated to ensuring the visibility, documentation, and well being of Asian Pacific American women in the arts, and offer exhibitions, publications, educational lectures, and other programs to the community.
Originally opened in 1989, Bindlestiff Studio became the only permanent, community-based performing arts venue in the nation dedicated to showcasing emerging Filipino American and Pilipino artists.
Asian Pacific Islander Cult. Center
APICC's mission is to support and produce multidisciplinary art reflective of the unique experiences of Asian Pacific Islanders living in the United States. Since 1998, the center has promoted the artistic and organizational growth of San Francisco’s API arts community by organizing and presenting the annual United States of Asian America Festival as well as commissioning contemporary art for and by the Asian American and Pacific Islander community.
Generating a resource of Filipino contemporary art globally through news, events, opportunities, projects and archives.
Filipino American Artist Directory
We are a Texas-based initiative to connect the broad community of Filipino and Filipino American artists living and working in the United States, particularly in underrepresented regions within the Midwest, South, and Southwest. We aim to increase the visibility and recognition of Fil/Am artists by becoming a online resource for artist networking and events as well as articles, interviews, and a yearly publication.
This is a platform that investigates the panorama of Philippine photography within contemporary art. The primary focus is assessing its development in the field of contemporary art. Photoma is an open investigation of the panorama of Philippine photography within contemporary art, and it serves as a portal for experimentation and critical perspectives in photographic practices.
Founded in 1985, Kularts is the premier presenter of contemporary and tribal Pilipino arts in the United States.
Paolo Mejia Gallery & Design Studio
We hope to create a communal connection with everyone, and to give our emerging artists and designers the opportunity to shine and develop their career.
Center for Asian American Media
CAAM is an NPO dedicated to presenting stories that convey the richness and diversity of Asian American experiences. We fund, produce, distribute and exhibit works in film, television and digital media.
artbooks.ph is a new independent bookstore run by Pioneer Studios, a company of artists dedicated to documenting and promoting Philippine art and culture.
Worlds in Collision
This is Filipino American history in the United States, noted through a lineage of our artists and makers and their cultural achievements in painting and sculpture, graphic design, graffiti writing, turntablism, music, writing, & film. This website will function as a historical and cultural resource,
American Center of Philippine Arts
ACPA provides a unique educational & developmental platform for multidisciplinary Philippine arts through innovative, hands-on classes, collaborations, networking opportunities, & showcasing events.
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