WALANG-WALA / Point.Zero
Art Exhibits and Performances / Community Event

WALANG-WALA / Point.Zero

On November 8, 2013, super typhoon Yolanda/Haiyan –the strongest storm in recorded history– ravaged through the Visayan islands in the Philippines. Join us for a commemorative gathering to care for our dead, and persist with the living. This artistic collaboration explores the inner state of “walang-wala”, of total emptiness, of nothingness, of point zero. Continue reading

Photos: “What Is The Role of the Sexual in Diaspora?”
Academic Papers / Community Event / Lectures/Workshops

Photos: “What Is The Role of the Sexual in Diaspora?”

PANEL: “The Ruse of Visibility: Queer Filipinos/as and the Canadian Multicultural State” – Dr. Robert Diaz, Assistant Professor of English Ontario College of Art and Design University “Queering Filipino-Canadian studies: an auto-critique and research agenda” – Dr. John Paul Catungal, SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow and Killam Honourary Fellow Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice and Department of … Continue reading

Art Exhibits and Performances / Community Event

Photos: “KAPWA – Sensing Ourselves in One Another”

KAPWA is a Filipino word describing “the core value of Filipino personhood. This idea of a “shared self” opens up the heart-doors of the I to include the Other. It bridges the deepest individual recess of a person with anyone outside him or herself, even total strangers. Straight.com: “Kapwa brings Philippine indigenous arts festival to UBC”  … Continue reading