Atlantic Pacific Theatre's Theatre-in-Education Project (In Progress 2017-18)
The Active Archive Volumes (in Progress)
The Active Archive Volumes aims to mount a series of interactive theatre events, creative community dialogues, and local history workshops. Occupying accessible public spaces and alternative venues, the project spotlights largely overlooked histories of minority groups, intersectional cultural history, and unrepresented social justice legacies
- Photos from: Active Archive Volume #1: Afro-Asian Solidarity & Kinship - hosted by the Interference Archive 4/3/2016 (Photo Credits Carol Cabrera and Michele Hardesty)
- Photos from Creative Dinner Conversation on Afro-Asian Solidarity Kinship as part of BUFU: A Month of Black and Asian Futurity June 2016.
My Baryo, My Borough: A Creative Celebration of the Filipino Community in Queens, NY. (In Progress)
My Baryo, My Borough... uses art and creativity to celebrate the Filipino/Filipino-American community in Queens, NY. Through public art programs and creative story sharing, we welcome the broader NYC community in celebrating Queens through the Filipino / Filipino American lens. Central to the project is a community-based oral history collection intended to document and share the local history of the Filipino Community in Queens, NY. The project will culminate in a multidisciplinary public sharing of the collected stories.
FOR MORE INFO PLEASE VISIT: www.mybaryomyborough.com
*This project was commissioned by The Laundromat Project's Create Change program.
My Baryo, My Borough: A Creative Celebration of the Filipino Community in Queens, NY.
*This project was commissioned by the Laundromat Project's Create Change program.
Facilitating and Performing in "Journey to the World of Playwriting" 2015 at PS124 / Yung Wing School and the Asian American Writers Workshop . The production was the culminating event of the Leviathan Lab and PS 124 Yung Wing School (Chinatown, NYC) Playmaking Program for 5th graders. - February- May 2015
(photo credit: Ariel Estrada, Victoria Chau)
In an event produced by 651 Arts, I worked with a team of Brooklyn based artists and community members to organize an inter-generational community workshop exploring the prompt "Love in the Time of Brooklyn" with a diverse group of community members with ties to Brooklyn, NY. The event was held at Bailey's Cafe in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. We presented our work at JACK in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn on April 2015.
Facilitating a Theatre-based Professional Development Session for Educators for the Apollo Theater Education Division. November 2014
Teaching an arts-based curriculum for the Filipino School of NY & NJ's Children's Filipino Language and Cultural Program. 2013 -PRESENT.
coverage of the "Speech, Chant, Manifesto: the words of the Asian American movement" event at the Interference Archive - Gowanus, Brooklyn - March 2014
Co-Hosting w/ Sunita Mukhi a fundraiser at Topaz Arts Space in Queens for Typhoon Haiyan - November 2013
facilitating the Laundromat Project's Field Day 2013 Hunts Point, Bronx, a community festival with my team of fellows from the Laundromat Project Create Change Program and community partners from the BLK Projek, The Point, Groundswell, and Bronx Auto Glass, and Lucky Laundromat . The festival focused on celebrating the rich culture of the area as well as promoting access to healthy eating of fresh fruits and vegetables to the area. - Summer-Fall 2013
a Laundromat Project Creative Conversation with friend and artist Shani Peters. 2013.