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  • TAYO: Clutch Vol. 8 & Navigation Vol. 3

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    Kapisanan Philippine Centre presents
    as part of the 11th Annual KULTURA Filipino Arts Festival:

    TAYO: A CLUTCH & NAV Exhibit

    TAYO is inclusive. TAYO is us celebrating our identities. TAYO is about love, family, and friendship. TAYO is power found within the arts. TAYO is decolonizing and evolving into better representations of us. TAYO is about hoping that you can connect with our lives.

    TAYO is a challenge to stand, an invitation to build, and a celebration for us. Rooted from the Tagalog, the meaning of tayo alters depending on pronunciation (/tæ-yoh/ vs. /tæ-yô/), and ultimately, differentiating itself from kami (a word synonymous with tayo, but renders a more exclusive meaning of us).

    This exhibit explores the very distinct and very diverse identities of Filipinx-Canadians — examining where they intersect and stray from each other. Our identity is something we share with ourselves and others.

    CLUTCH & NAV ARTISTS
    Alesha Aquino
    Martin Aquino
    Armie Bulatao
    Cathleen Calica
    Jessica Chiong
    Paolo Dungao
    Philippe Pamela Dungao
    Nina Escalante
    Armand Guanlao
    Hannah Guanlao
    Teo Posadas
    John Smith
    Rowell Soller

    About CLUTCH & NAV

    CLUTCH and NAV are FREE 6-month arts-based, cultural-immersion programs for Filipinx youth (ages 17-24 years) to start a dialogue with each other, get mentorship from professionals within the community, have access to professional tools to hone their creativity, define their identity, explore their community, and tell their stories on their terms.

    ABOUT Kultura Filipino Arts Festival
    Energized by cultural pride and a progressive outlook on the Filipino- Canadian experience, Kultura Filipino Arts Festival has captivated the broader Toronto public for a decade with its innovative programming of live performances, traditional and modern cuisine, curated interactive art installations and a bustling marketplace.

    The KULTURA Filipino Arts Festival is organized by Kapisanan Philippine Centre for Arts & Culture, a registered Canadian charity 88838 7404 RR0001

    CREDITS
    Video produced by Dinah Teston. Filmed in Toronto, ON.

    We would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario for making these mentorship programs possible. Show less
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