Pilipino American History Month is coming up, and to celebrate it, here are a couple of events that you can (and should) go out to. All events are free!
Halu-Halong Karanasan (Mixed Experiences): A Pilipino Film Festival
- When: Oct 13 (7-10pm) and Oct 14 (7-9pm)
- Where: Lenart Auditorium, Fowler Museum
- What: The first ever Pilipino Film Festival held on campus feature student films, Community PSA’s, documentaries, and feature films including critically acclaimed, The Debut, wherein UCLA alumni and faculty are a part of. (Student Films relating to the Pilipino Culture are currently being accepted!)
Empowerment: An Exhibition of Pilipino American Strength
- When: Oct 20 (6-9pm)
- Where: Kerckhoff Art Gallery
- What: A 2-week art gallery showcasing the strengths of the Pilipin@/Pilipin@ American community
PAHM on the Hill: Living Museum
- When: Either Oct 26 or Oct 27, (6-8pm)
- Where: One of the De Neve rooms
- What: Prominent historical Pilipin@/Pilipin@ American figures coming to life on the Hill! A night with the different Pilipino organizations on campus offering historical and cultural education.
Samahang Modern Performance
- When: Oct 15, after 7pm
- Where: Search to Involve Pilipino Americans (P-town)
- What: Samahang Modern will have a performance at P-town’s PAHM event.