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Kapwa, Sensing Ourselves in Others, A Philippine Indigenous Arts Festival
May
30
2014
May 30, 2014 4:00 PM
A Philippine Indigenous Arts Festival with music, dance, & healing, lectures, performances, interactive exhibits, and a food fair. The festival features Filipino singer and cultural icon Grace Nono; Vancouver-based tattoo artist Mayo Landicho; award-winning visual artist Bert Monterona; critically acclaimed dancer and choreographer Alvin Tolentino, and Philippine indigenous artist groups in British Columbia.
 
 

Part One: Pagsaulog
4:00pm - 7:00pm
Institute of Asian Research Lobby
1855 West Mall, CK Choi Building, UBC Vancouver Campus

· Interactive Exhibitions, Engaging Lectures, Amazing Performances, and a Delicious Food Fair

Part Two: Padayon
7:00pm - 10:00pm
Liu Institute for Global Issues Multipurpose Hall
6476 NW Marine Drive,
UBC Vancouver Campus

· Keynote Lecture Performance by Grace Nono: “Babaylan Studies: Where to from Here?”

Admission by donation. Please register by clicking the link.

Co-hosted by the Liu Institute for Global Issues, Rethinking River Regions Network Social Justice, UBC Philippine Studies Series, & the Kathara Pilipino Indigenous Arts Collective Society.

  Location:
Multipurpose Room, Liu Institute for Global Issues
Address:
6476 NW Marine Drive, Vancouver
May 2014
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