UPCOMING PUBLIC PERFORMANCES & EVENTS:
AMERICAN CENTER OF PHILIPPINE ARTS AND KARIKTAN DANCE COMPANY PRESENT:
ANIHAN: The Harvest
A theatrical display of Philippines-inspired cultural dance and music to celebrate the Filipino American cultural arts community, togetherness, and collaboration! Featuring ACPA’s Students Enriched in Education & Dance (SEED) Youth Program and Kariktan Dance Company Performers. Live music provided by ACPA’s Rondalla & Percussion Ensemble.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2018
12:30pm Doors Open | 1:00pm Showtime
General Seating. First come, first served.
Dublin High School | Center for Performing Arts & Education
8151 Village Parkway, Dublin, CA
PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE: anihanshow.eventbrite.com
GENERAL ADMISSION TIX
$25.00 per person general admission
$20.00 per youth (12 and under) general admission
$20.00 per senior (62+) general admission
OAKLAND MUSEUM OF CALIFORNIA’S LUNAR NEW YEAR CELEBRATION:
YEAR OF THE DOG!
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Join OMCA for the 17th annual Lunar New Year celebration, a fortune-filled family-friendly event to welcome in the Year of the Dog. Enjoy live performances and an array of Asian traditions in arts, crafts, food, demonstrations, and so much more. Explore connections between the diverse Asian cultures represented in California, including Chinese, Tibetan, Korean, Vietnamese, Malaysian, Japanese, and other Asian cultures.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2018
12:00pm – 4:30pm | ACPA Youth Perform at 1pm and 3pm
Oakland Museum of California | 1000 Oak Street, Oakland
25th ANNIVERSARY: SAN FRANCISCO PISTAHAN PARADE & FESTIVAL
Presented by FAAE. Experience the best of Filipino art, dance, music and food at the Pistahan Parade and Festival. Billed as the largest celebration of Filipino Americans in the U.S., the the two-day event organized by the Filipino American Arts Exposition draws over 80,000 people over the weekend. Admission is free and fun for the entire family!
SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 2018
ACPA performance times TBA
Yerba Buena Gardens | 750 Howard St, San Francisco
OUR ONGOING PROGRAMS
Now in our 9th year of programming, ACPA has continued to nurture Philippine cultural arts to strengthen the Filipino community and ethnic identity through our current ongoing performing arts programs:
- Students Enriched in Education & Dance (S.E.E.D.) Youth Programs – instructing youth ages 5-17 in Philippine folk dance, with classes in Brentwood and Oakland.
- Philippine Rondalla music classes and workshops – ongoing classes in Oakland, and instruction at Filipino college organizations such as University of San Francisco and University of California, Davis.
- Community collaborations – working with other arts organizations and individual artists who share our mission and vision.
- Sydney Loyola Dance Project – supporting new Philippine dance works by ACPA’s Artistic Director and Choreographer, Sydney Loyola.