FilAm ARTS traveled to Santa Barbara to see a set from Filipino music producer/DJ Manila Killa, who, alongside singer Trace (Vietnamese), for producer/DJ Jai Wolf’s (Bengali) Desert Moon Tour.
TNC is an Asian-American open mic space presented by Tuesday Night Project (TNP), a volunteer-based organization whose goal is to bring communities together by providing arts programs and opportunities.
Last Saturday, April 1st, FilAm ARTS had the opportunity to watch a live set from Fil-Am producer/DJ Sweater Beats during singer Gnash’s “The Sleepover Tour” at The Observatory in Santa Ana.
On Tuesday, March 28, FilAm ARTS joined Elaine Dolalas of ObliviousNerdGirl.com at the Park's Finest for Color Your Troubles Away (CYTA), a stress-relieving coloring event.
The Philippine Expressions Bookshop presented the “Pinay Gathering 2017” this past Saturday to honor some of the Filipino-American women authors of Southern California.
FilAm ARTS had the honor of hosting the first of its traditional arts series, “Pangalay: Movements and Sounds of the Sulu Zones”, a traditional dance and music workshop.
FPAC had the opportunity to talk with Chari, founder of the Ensaymada Project, about the business’s origins, the meaning behind #butterbuns, and why EP is excited for #FPAC25.
Read an article, originally published by Asian Journal, about the sponsors who make FPAC possible.
A food and beer event to KICK OFF the Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture (FPAC) in the Pico House, downtown Los Angeles.
FilAm Arts officially announces the SILVER ANNIVERSARY of the Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture: "Samu't Sari: Showcasing the Diverse Creative Tapestry of the Fil-Am Community." October 8, 2016 at Echo Park Lake.