SCPASA Summit 2016: Illustrate – 2/20

SCPASA Summit 2016: Illustrate
I’ll be back in LA at UCLA in a couple weeks to give a lecture on Baybayin and finding your passion. See you there!

2/20
10-6PM

University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, US

Register via Eventbrite:
http://www.eventbrite.com/e/scpasa-summit-2016-illustrate-registration-20304578541?aff=efbevent

The Southern California Pilipinx American Student Alliance is proud to present its 9th annual Summit Conference. Summit is a one-day conference that features a wide variety of speakers, activities and entertainment. It is held at the university campus of one active SCPASA member organization and this year it is Samahang Pilipino at UCLA.

Numerous workshops are held throughout the day to give attendees various opportunities to learn about topics that concern a common theme that is chosen for that year. This year, SCPASA has chosen the theme ‘Illustrate’.

Culture is expressed every day through many different outlets, and it’s through these outlets that we are able to see how culture is created, developed and preserved. Fighting for a better community, sharing stories about adversity, performing in a PACN – culture is always being produced. This year, SCPASA asks you to find your voice and express yourself.

For questions or more information please contact your SCPASA Executive Board:
Chair – Zach Chaco (USC)
Vice Chair – Michelle Mekpongsatorn (MSMU)
Programming – Kristine de los Santos (UCLA)
Admin – Tuna Truong (CSUCI)
Finance – Joe Casabar (USC)
Co-Public Community and Relations – Marien Ann Padua (UCLA)
Co-Public Community and Relations – Marjie Panknin (USC)

SCPASA envisions a space where Pilipino-Americans come together to build a supportive network aimed toward helping one another surpass cultural, social, and professional boundaries to engender positive change within each other’s lives

EVENT: Rebuilding Bayanihan: A Special Post Typhoon Event – Los Angeles

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LA & SF area artists, will be converging in a special event to support post typhoon rebuilding in the Philippines.

This day long event will be a call to the community – to come together in an intentional spirit and to hold sacred space as a way to heal our bodies, our relationships, our souls, our planet.

Our line-up is down below.

This is a family-friendly event and open to all! Vita Coco (http://vitacoco.com/) will be providing our elixir and White Rabbit (http://whiterabbittruck.com/) will be setting up their food truck in the lot – so come, explore, discover, sing, dance, play, and get some yummy pagkain and coconut water! Admission is free!

For more information, please contact Christine Jugueta at cjugueta@gmail.com.

Donations for relief efforts in the Philippines will be collected at the event – You can also donate online at the following sites:

Green ReLeaf Initiative: http://greenreleaf.org/
Banago Typhoon Relief: http://banago.mybigcommerce.com/
Permaculture Aid Yolanda: http://pcaidyolanda.org/

Mabuhay!

THE SCHEDULE/LINE-UP:
11am: Doors open at SIPA
12-12.30: Opening procession, prayers, welcome
12.30-1.20: Act I
1.20-1.45: Break
1.45-2: Ritual
2-3: Act II
3-5: Open jam
5-6: Kulintronica

11-3: Outdoor activities – storytelling, face-painting, Baybayin workshop, live art

Act I artists:
Cristina Golondrina Rose
Joel F Jacinto
Kristian Kabuay – http://www.kabuay.com/

Act II artists:
Alysa Lobo
Rachel Kann – http://rachelkann.com/
Alma Cielo – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bdu_m3g9J5Q,http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S9XZ0nJBODQ
Christine Jugueta

Post Program/Booth/Outdoor Artists:
RAFFLE
FASHION SHOW
KAPWA JAM (live music)
Ron Quesada – http://kulintronica.wordpress.com/
Nicanor Evans – http://naseek.blogspot.com/
Aicnelav Diyan- http://bukobomba.blogspot.com/
Marybelle Mb, Belle by MB – http://marybellemb.wordpress.com/
Jay Landayan Malvari
Agapito Doronio – http://artbattles.com/artists/agapito-doronio
Jayson Lorenzo – http://funmakerbooth.com/

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.