In the Ilokano dialect means, “to heal or give medicine”; a multi-phase project that includes workshops and an interactive offering to address ancestral trauma.
Open to anyone, AGASAN is for those willing to explore creative pathways of healing: artists, workers, youth, elders, POC, LGBTQ, service providers and especially communities within the diaspora.
Offered in a 3-part consecutive series or as individual workshops, each workshop within the series examines the intersection of wellness, being and the arts. Prior experience in the arts is not necessary.
Patricia Ong (Sama-Sama Cooperative)
Jeffrey Yip (Macrowaves)
Bernardo Josue (Kontent Films)
Lisa Melnick (CIIS)
Rachel Lastimosa (SOMA Pilipinas)
$50 - 3 part workshop series
$20 - individual workshops
Accommodations may be made for those with financial hardship. Limited space,