Hit the streets in the South of Market on Saturday, January 13th with SOMA Pilipinas! We're gathering signatures for a voter initiative to support community arts, cultural districts, and housing for families facing homelessness.
December 16, 2017 8pm
185 Sixth Street
San Francisco, CA
Join us for our annual Late Night with Joe Cascasan! Our recent solidarity exchange participants from Salupongan International will be sharing their experiences of integrating with indigenous and Muslim communities in the Philippines. We will have performances, live music and food. More info: https://www.bindlestiffstudio.org/late-night-with-joe-cascasan
ach year, the SoMa community showcases the parol lantern - the quintessential Filipino symbol of hope, blessings, luck, peace, and light during the holiday season - and brightens the Jessie Square, Yerba Buena Lane and Mission Street between 3rd and 4th Streets.
This year's theme is Let Tradition Be Our Light and will be reflected in the design of each group's parol lanterns and presentation, in conjunction with San Francisco's Filipino Cultural Heritage District, SOMA Pilipinas.
Thursday, December 7th, join SOMCAN at the Sports Basement on Bryant Street for a special Holiday Shopping Day! Simply sign-up for the Sports Basement's Basementeer program, and you'll receive 20 percent off your purchase -- and 10 percent of all profits will go back to SOMCAN!
Come celebrate the end of the amazing year BINDLESTIFF STUDIO has had with food, drinks, entertainment, a recap, and a look into what's coming up in 2018!
Join KSW at Arc Studios on December 1st for their annual reunion/mixer! There will be some local vendors ready to help you get a head start on your holiday shopping, our "get stuffed" potluck, DJs, performances, volunteer appreciation, and, of course, APA Santa.
ant to learn how to make Parol star lanterns? The final workshop of the year will be held on December 1st at Bayanihan Community Center, 1010 Mission Street.
We can also help you set up lights inside your parol so remember to bring your own lights. We suggest LED Christmas lights for durability and energy-efficiency.
CCSF Library co-sponsored by the Philippine Studies Department will be exhibiting and hosting an opening party for the visual arts projects created by Isugid Pinoy’s Don Aguillo and Raf Salazar with Kularts; Kimberley Acebo Arteche & Weston Teruya with Kearny Street Workshop; and Jerome Reyes with SOMCAN.
We’re calling on all Filipinos in Tech to come together and discuss how we can contribute to the growth of the newly established SOMA Pilipinas Cultural District.
Calling all visual artists! From paintings, to photography, to installations — we are looking for submissions to fill the SOMArts Bay Gallery for URBAN x INDIGENOUS IV. We are currently accepting visual and literary submissions only (performance submissions will be open in January 2018).