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Asian Art Museum’s Free Sunday Celebration

Annual free festival of Filipino-American heritage on October 2nd.
By - posted 10/1/2016 No Comment

It’s that time of year again, when the museum gears up for its annual Filipino American History Month Celebration. This year’s theme of “Movement” focuses on the traditions of dance, martial arts, word and art of the Philippines.

Celebrate Filipino American history and culture at the Asian Art Museum’s annual festival featuring free admissionart displays, music, dance, stories and other performances.

2016 Filipino American History Month Celebration
Sunday, October 2, 2016 | 10:30 am to 4 pm
Asian Art Museum, 100 Larkin St., San Francisco
FREE – RSVP on Facebook

Jay Loyola returns to direct the American Center of Philippine Arts and USF Kasamahan groups for a full day of powerful dance performances. Test your strength with workshops led by Eskabo Daan.

More into the movement of words? Check out the open mic poetry session led by poet Karen Llagas of UC Berkeley and write your own thoughtful piece.

Follow the sounds of Isang Himig A Capella group through the galleries and outside at the newly installed LIZ. Or try your hand at an activity created by the Art Speak interns. Hungry? Check out the café for a special Filipino dish.

View 2016 Schedule