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Big Trip Project Launch

October 31, 2021

THE BIG TRIP - A curatorial movement tracking new connections to the rooted practices and ancestral wisdoms around the world and linking them to a plural web that supports a more holistic global narrative...

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LAPULAPU Ang Datu ng Mactan

October 24, 2021

A musical production set to mark a milestone in the country’s theater scene is the staging of “Lapulapu Ang Datu ng Mactan” written by Nicolas B. Pichay (ACC 2009, Ma-Yi Theater Company), with set and costume design by Gino Gonzales (ACC 1998-2000).

The stage production is a fitting tribute to the victory of local hero Lapulapu (La/pù la/pù) against Colonial Spain’s “attempts to subjugate a number of the tribes then living in the islands in 1521.” The National Historical Institute of the Philippines leads the celebration that also coincides with the 500th year anniversary of the circumnavigation of the globe.

Coincidentally, the play is made more significant as the chosen show to reopen the newly refurbished and restored major architectural structure in the heart of Manila, the 1931 built Metropolitan Theater.

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ArtSpeak Online: Expanded Printmaking II

October 24, 2021

ArtSpeak continues the conversation started by Filipino printmaker Ambie Abaño (ACC 2011) and Malaysian printmaker Juhari Said on printmaking techniques and processes during the Art Fair Philippines held early this year.

Registration is now open for ArtSpeak Online: Expanded Printmaking II featuring Thai printmaker and Chiang Mai Art on Paper Studio founder, Kitikong Tilokwattanotai with printmakers Abaño and Said joining in the conversation.

ArtSpeak Online: Expanded Printmaking II looks into non-traditional and experimental approaches to printmaking employed by leading practitioners in Southeast Asia.

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Protest under Pandemic: Lockdown not locked out! Southeast Asian Citizen Protest in Response to Civil Injustice Under COVID-19

July 20, 2021 - July 21, 2021

In an informal discussion with 4 different cultural/activist groups working in Southeast Asia (Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, Philippines) we discuss how the pandemic has exacerbated political and social divides and what new strategies and shifts have to emerge to overcome the deepening of restrictions on citizen rights...

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Black Henry

April 25, 2021 - April 27, 2021

Sulo: The Philippine Studies Initiative at NYU, NYU’s King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center, and Atlantic Pacific Theater have joined forces to present online the play Black Henry by NYU adjunct professor Luis H. Francia (ACC 2003). 

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Ghostly Pasts and Speculative Futures

March 10, 2021

This conversation will examine the echoes of a divided South Asia that continue to haunt the present and the ways in which artists, writers and activists work alongside each other to imagine futures of collectivity and togetherness...

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FICTIONS: An anthology centering queer voices in/from/across South Asia

February 22, 2021 - April 15, 2021

Co-edited by Aziz Sohail (ACC 2019, 2020), FICTIONS has opened a call for submissions from writers building queer utopias through storytelling...

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