Events

UPCOMING PUBLIC PERFORMANCES & EVENTS:

  • Sunday, July 21, 2019
    ACPA’s 10th Anniversary Show
    Daloy (flow): Commemorating Waves of Filipin@ Immigration through Music & Dance
     

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You’re Invited to Celebration American Center of Philippine Arts’ 10th Anniversary:

DALOY (flow): Commemorating Waves of Filipin@ Immigration to the US

FIL-ARTIST EXPO and PERFORMANCE

Join American Center of Philippine Arts (ACPA) as we celebrate our 10th Anniversary with an Expo of Filipino American community artists and Philippines-inspired performances by ACPA’s Students Enriched in Education & Dance (SEED) Youth Program, with guest artists Kariktan Dance Company, Parangal Dance Company, Eskabo Daan, Haraya Dance Project, Bryan Pangilinan, and Melinda de Jesus! Live music provided by ACPA’s Rondalla & Percussion Ensemble.

SUNDAY, JULY 21, 2019
12:00pm – 4:00pm: Fil-Artist Expo (Free & Open to the Public)
2:00pm – 3:30pm: Performance by ACPA with Guest Artists (Ticketed Event)
General Seating. First come, first served.

Holy Names University, Valley Center for Performing Arts
3500 Mountain Boulevard, Oakland, CA

TICKETS ON SALE AT: ACPAturns10.eventbrite.com

PRESALE TIX (ends Saturday, Saturday, July 20, 2019)
$18.00 per person presale
$15.00 per youth (12 and under) presale
$15.00 per senior (62+) presale

DOOR ADMISSION TIX
$23.00 per person general admission
$20.00 per youth (12 and under) general admission
$20.00 per senior (62+) general admission

Featuring FilArt Expo Vendors:

  • Arkipelago Books
  • Bayani Art 
  • Daily Malong
  • Delta + Bridge Publishing
  • Jenny Bawer Young
  • Kristian Kabuay (Baybayin.com)
  • Lola x Kenneth Collaboration
  • Pamela Ybanez
  • Prizm Nails

PLUS:

  • Lei-Making by the Abesamis Family and
  • Youth Art Activities by Justine Mercadal

Cover Art by Don Aguillo http://www.donaguillo.com/



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, Stockton and instruction at Filipino college organizations such as University of San Francisco, University of California, Davis and San Francisco State University.
  • 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.
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