EVENT: Festival of Philippine Art & Culture – LA Oct 4-5

FPAC

This weekend I’ll be back in LA for the annual FPAC event. Visit the art pavilion where I’ll be doing live art and running #Baybayin workshops with the boys Ray Haguisan, Norman de los Santos & Robert J Sison. You can also get a copy of my Kulay coloring book at a discounted price. Not in LA? You got less than a day to pre-order at a discounted price at Kickstarter. See FilamArts.org for info about the festival.

EVENT: FPAC, LA 9/11-9/12

I return to LA for the annual FPAC event held at PT Fermin Park in San Pedro. This year, I’ll be bringing no less that 20 brand new pieces at AFFORDABLE prices. Never bought art? Here’s your chance. As always, I’ll be doing FREE name translations or learn how to do it yourself at my Baybayin workshop at 1pm Sat. & 3pm Sun.

To launch my new custom mini-canvas products, I’ll be having a contest on my Facebook page where you can get one for FREE (must be present at the event).

EVENT: Southern California FPAC 9/12-9/13

FilAm ARTS traces its roots to the production of the Annual Festival of Philippine Arts & Culture (FPAC) first conceptualized in 1990 as part of the City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department’s Festivals Program, an arts program designed to address the multicultural constituency of the city.

Organized by about 100 artists and community leaders, the first FPAC took place at Los Angeles City College on Mother’s Day, May 14, 1992, where 3,000 participants braved the aftermath of the L.A. riots that occurred the week before. Since then, FPAC has only grown stronger and bigger, moving to Cabrillo Beach in 1994, then finally to its current location, Pt. Fermin Park, in the historic district of San Pedro in 2001.