Los Angeles, California – We are thrilled to announce the opening of a groundbreaking Filipino American Art Exhibition, showcasing the vibrant and diverse artistic expressions of the Filipino American community. The exhibition, titled “You are Welcome,” is set to take place at 3118 Sunset Blvd Los Angeles from August 18th 2023 to August 19th 2023.
With the aim of promoting cultural exchange and fostering a deeper understanding of Filipino American identity, “You are Welcome” will feature an extraordinary collection of artworks, including paintings, sculptures, photography, mixed media, and more. Through these artistic creations, visitors will embark on a visual journey that captures the essence of Filipino heritage, stories, and experiences.
The exhibition is a collaborative effort of talented Filipino American artists, curators, and community organizations. By bringing together various art forms, “You are Welcome” highlights the richness of Filipino culture, its history, traditions, and the continuous evolution of its diaspora experience.
“We hope that ‘You are Welcome’ will not only inspire art enthusiasts but also create meaningful conversations about the significance of Filipino American art and culture.” Through this exhibition, we aspire to strengthen the connection between the Filipino American community and the broader public.
The Filipino American Art Exhibition is open to all, and we encourage everyone to attend and explore the creativity and talent that reflect the unique identity of the Filipino American community.
Here is a list of our participating artists.
Jared Abayata, Clarisse Abelarde, Trixi Agiao, Alex J. Cabalu, Alfred Camacho, Jon Steven Camacho, Rimski Chua, Vianca David, Jonji Decastro, Tomas De Los Reyes, Amy Doyo, John Yoyogi Fortes, Dj Javier, Krylik, Bodeck Luna, Mary Rose Cabarrubias Mendoza, Dee Jae Paeste, Db Quiero, Jimmy Quinzon, Candace Reyes, Kyle Reyes, Steffany Maybel Reyes, Michael Rippens, Walid Shaharul, Kyrie Ventura, 6Shorty
This exhibition is a testament to the thriving creativity of Filipino American artists. Organized by Tambayan Collective and curated by Edmund Arevalo & Tim Obar, the exhibition aims to showcase the rich cultural heritage and diversity of the Filipino American community through various art forms.