Please support these Pinays! I haven’t seen the show yet, but they’ve been amazing allies in the struggle (Posadas even came up JUST FOR DIWANG PINAY last April!) Calica and Lincoln are also such dynamite and kind people and artists! How grateful we are to you all!!!
After a sold-out success of Tatlo Mestiz@s’ show last March at the Asian Arts Initiative, Bumalik is back by popular demand and for one night only at THE ROTUNDA in WEST PHILLY!
And, for youth! , the Asian Arts Initiative has a limited supply of free tickets!, courtesy of Tatlo Mestiz@s. Please contact Sabina Neem at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215.557.0455 to claim your complimentary ticket.
Presented by Tatlo Mestiz@s
BUMALIK: returning, there and here
Saturday, October 4, 2008 at 8:00 p.m.
Doors open at 7:30 p.m.
$5 to $15 sliding-scale admission
(no one turned away because lack of funds)
The Rotunda, 4012 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
www.therotunda.org -or- (215) 573 – 3234
Inspired by their most recent travels to the Philippines, three local artist/activists will present new work which explores such questions as, ‘Why does one return to the land of their ancestors?’ and ‘How does one return to their everyday life when the trip is over?’ Using a uniquely Pin@y lens, Lovella Calica, L. Capco Lincoln and Michelle Posadas will unpack an evening of film, poetry and performance that weaves together reflections on the intersection of each artist’s personal experience, identity, and the current state of their home countries.