Art Exhibits and Performances

Photos from the Manila Mahal 3 Art Exhibit

Introducing the exhibit The Tagalog word ‘mahal’ translates into ‘love.’ It refers to that which is dear, but also means expensive. Perhaps Jacinto’s promise of fulfillment is also a costly one. Mahal 3: Packing & Unpacking Balikbayan Box Flows is about the stories Filipinos tell through the gifts they send to friends and family. We displayed … Continue reading

Art Exhibits and Performances

Photos from the Vancouver Mahal 3 Art Exhibit

Introducing the exhibit The Tagalog word ‘mahal’ translates into ‘love.’ It refers to that which is dear, but also means expensive. Perhaps Jacinto’s promise of fulfillment is also a costly one. Mahal 3: Packing & Unpacking Balikbayan Box Flows is about the stories Filipinos tell through the gifts they send to friends and family. We displayed … Continue reading

Art Exhibits and Performances / Conferences

Photos from the Mahal (2) Art Exhibit and 2012 Professionals Conference

Introducing the Mahal (2) Art Exhibit In his essay Ang Pag-Ibig, Filipino revolutionary, Emilio Jacinto, writes that love is the promise of liberation and joy for a people in suffering. The Tagalog word ‘mahal’ translates into ‘love.’ It refers to that which is dear, but also means expensive. Perhaps Jacinto’s promise of fulfillment is also … Continue reading

Conferences / Lectures/Workshops

Photos and Video from Usapan 2: Monitoring Canadian Mining in the Philippines through Social Media

Photos from Usapan 2: Monitoring Canadian Mining in the Philippines through Social Media Video of the Presentation by Honey Mae Caffin Video from Mobit at the Third People’s Mining Conference You can follow Mobit Mindanao on: Facebook: Mobit Mindanao Twitter: mobit_cc Youtube: MobitTV Blog: Mobit Mindanao Mobit Mindanao is looking for volunteers who can translate … Continue reading

Conferences / Lectures/Workshops

March 19 (Usapan 2) Monitoring Canadian Mining in the Philippines through Social Media

The UBC Philippine Studies Series and the Liu Institute for Global Issues present the fieldwork report “Monitoring Canadian Mining in the Philippines through Social Media” with Honey Mae Caffin, co-founder of the Mobit Project, and member of Canada-Philippine Solidarity for Human Rights March 19, 2012, 11:00-12:30 Room 121, UBC Liu Institute for Global Issues with … Continue reading