PCNY features opulent and intricate Filipino fabrics that are tailored into a demi couture collection for a premiere fashion event. The goal is to spread the message that the eco-friendly Philippine piña and other indigenous cloth as well as Filipino American fashions are world class
A special committee has begun the search for Levy’s successor. Levy’s departure follows Lincoln Center Theater executive director Bernard Gersten, who this summer announced he’ll leave next June
he move stands to cut off aid that currently totals about $50 million a year, a relatively small sum but a potentially devastating blow for groups that came to rely on foreign money as domestic controls over politics tightened
Hailing from nine world cultures, they are launching a world tour, beginning with three concerts in Southern California this month, in celebration of U.N. International Peace Day.
Purple Yam and Filipino Mundo-NYC cordially invite everyone to join us for this downright enjoyable feast. On Friday, September 28, 2012, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., Purple Yam will open its kitchen for CULINARY DREAMS: Filipino-American Chefs’ Forum and Dinner Party. This hybrid event is an open dialogue, a scrumptious dinner, a bicoastal culinary exchange and a kind of experimental performance. From a place “setting,” CULINARY DREAMS hopes to inspire cravings, generate food for thought, debate ideas, and reveal our cultural dreams.
Tonight, September 18, Linyekula returns to Florence Gould Hall to debut his autobiographical new work, Le Cargo, which tells of his 2011 return to Obilo, the Congolese village where he spent part of his childhood. Co-presented by “Crossing the Line” (the French Institute Alliance Française’s annual fall festival) in association with the Museum for African Art.
Please join Gallery 138 and Soho Photo Gallery on Wednesday Sept 12, 6-8 pm at Soho Photo Gallery,15 White Street, in NYC for: BROADWAY BEHIND THE CURTAIN Conversations on Photography and Broadway with Alan Cumming, Rivka S. Katvan & Tom Viola RSVP is required as space is limited. firstname.lastname@example.org, or 212 633 0324 ALAN CUMMING, …
“I Have Seen the Future: Norman Bel Geddes Designs America” explores the career of American stage and industrial designer, futurist and urban planner Norman Bel Geddes (1893-1958). The exhibition opens September 11, 2023 in Austin. It runs through January 6, 2013.
Katvan’s photography fulfills a documentary function while veering and edging toward a form of poetic realism. Her portraits are most eloquent when they capture a fleeting look or a spontaneous gesture — when amid the continuous forward motion of the theatrical life, grit of the evanescent is seized
This is a three-part monologue about the plights of overseas Filipino domestic helpers in Singapore interspersed with music, video and movement.
“Histories at the Margins,” a retrospective of Adriana Varejão’s paintings, showcases works that have never before been exhibited in Brazil, on loan from renowned collections including Fundació “La Caixa” (Barcelona), Solomon R. Guggenheim (New York), and Tate Modern (London)
Apply now before the Republicans take over the White House and kills arts funding, including the National Endowment for the Humanities.
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The event, which will take place in Queens, consists of an exhibition by Eric De Leon Zamuco, an installation performance piece by Jeho Bitancor; and a salon-style talk by transnational writer Ninotchka Rosca, the author of “Endgame: The Fall of Marcos.”
In a new exhibition in a Dubai gallery, entitled “Collage Tales,” Iranian photographer Arman Stephanian invokes the tradition of story telling by using photographic images to tell stories of past and present.