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Bayanihan Interactive Art Installation

As part of Daniels Spectrum's Outdoor Arts Program and Kapisanan Philippine Centre for Arts and Culture's 8th Annual KULTURA Filipino Arts Festival, Toronto-based Filipino artists Julius Poncelet Manupul, Kristina Guison, and Tim Manalo will collaborate with Regent Park to lead Bayanihan: An Interactive Art Installation at Daniels Spectrum.

The project will bring these established Filipino-Canadian artists with the local community to create a life-sized woven bahay kubo—a Filipino hut.

This project will embody the spirit of BAYANIHAN not only in its literal act of a community creating a collective piece, but also in highlighting the universality of the theme of home in different cultural backgrounds. During this event, participants will unearth their personal stories of home through paint and merge with others to discover the power of the community’s greater narrative.

*This event is part of the 2013 Daniels Spectrum Outdoor Arts Program and was made possible through the generous contribution of an Anonymous Donor to the Artscape Foundation.

Image courtesy of Julius Poncelet Manapul

Festival

Kultura at Daniels Spectrum

Energized by cultural pride and a progressive outlook on the Filipino-Canadian experience, KULTURA has captivated the broader Toronto public for over a decade with its innovative programming of live performances, traditional and modern cuisine, curated interactive art installations and a bustling marketplace. The 12th Annual KULTURA Filipino Arts Festival takes place August 10-13 at Daniels Spectrum and other various venues. See website for details. Free/pwyc.

Workshop

Bayanihan Interactive Art Installation

As part of Daniels Spectrum's Outdoor Arts Program and Kapisanan Philippine Centre for Arts and Culture's 8th Annual KULTURA Filipino Arts Festival, Toronto-based Filipino artists Julius Poncelet Manupul, Kristina Guison, and Tim Manalo will collaborate with Regent Park to lead Bayanihan: An Interactive Art Installation at Daniels Spectrum.

The project will bring these established Filipino-Canadian artists with the local community to create a life-sized woven bahay kubo—a Filipino hut.

This project will embody the spirit of BAYANIHAN not only in its literal act of a community creating a collective piece, but also in highlighting the universality of the theme of home in different cultural backgrounds. During this event, participants will unearth their personal stories of home through paint and merge with others to discover the power of the community’s greater narrative.

*This event is part of the 2013 Daniels Spectrum Outdoor Arts Program and was made possible through the generous contribution of an Anonymous Donor to the Artscape Foundation.

Image courtesy of Julius Poncelet Manapul

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