Reclaiming Our Space Art Unveiling

Schedule

Thu Oct 28 2021 at 05:30 pm to 08:00 pm

Location

Children's Creativity Museum | San Francisco, CA

Reclaiming Our Space Art Unveiling
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*** PLEASE NOTE TIME AND LOCATION CHANGE due to program change ***
Please join us at SOMCAN’s Reclaiming Our Space (ROSe) Art Unveiling, an evening to celebrate and pay tribute to Filipino culture, legacy, and history.
In partnership with the Children’s Creative Museum and artist Mel Vera Cruz, we will hold a ribbon cutting and unveiling of the “S/Heroes in Our Windows II” mural.
Date: Thursday, Oct. 28, 2021
Time:
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM Program
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM Open House with light food and beverages
Location:
Children's Creative Museum
221 - 4th St. (c/s: Howard Street)
San Francisco, CA 94103
For everyone’s safety, mask is required to attend, and attendees must RSVP: https://bit.ly/ROSe_rsvp
((Event will be live on FB livestream))
Community members being featured are:
Amado Khaya Canham, Robyn Rodriguez, Lorna Velasco, Bernadette Sy, Lolita Kintanar, Oscar Penaranda, Anastacia "Tess" Diaz, Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales, Luisa Antonio, Juvy Barbonio, Tony Remington, Emil De Guzman, MC Canlas, Teresita “Tetet” Naval, Father Obet, Phil Chavez, Daz Lamparas, Juanita Tamayo Lott, Alice Bulos, Steve Arevalo, Rosita Tabasa, Jen Ortega-Lapena, Estella Habal, Leni Juarez, Anita Sanchez, Alleluia Panis, Rizalino "Ross" Quema, Lillian Galedo, Mrs. Herminia Gorre, Shirley & Pat Mingming, Felix Junia, Eric Fructouso, Mike "Dream" Francisco, Marie Romero, and Pio Candelaria.

**SOMCAN’S ROSe program uplifts Filipino language, culture and history by combining art and design with community planning to educate, organize, empower, and strengthen the Filipino community's civic engagement in shaping their neighborhood and City.
**Mel Vera Cruz’s mixed media stencil mural will feature 35 s/heroes that have impacted the Filipino community as organizers, veterans, seniors, mothers, workers, farmers, professionals, and residents. Their everlasting work & contributions continue to position Filipino-American life as an inextricable part of the story of San Francisco, the Bay Area and/or the South of Market. “S/Heroes In Our Windows II” is a project dedicated to the leaders and legacies that has helped build, empower, engage, and continue to inspire our communities ongoing contribution for a just society.
Workshop participants:
Anthony D Bongco, Cecilia Dela Cruz, Emelita Torio, Juliana Lacap, Ligaya Novicio, Lualhati Novicio, Mary Ann Masagca, NinaQuezel Cacayorin, Raisa Solis, Remily Francisco, and Tim Ryu.
For more info., contact Janine Lacap at [email protected]
This project is a partnership with Metreon and Yerba Buena Gardens Conservancy.

***Due to the weather, Charlene Tan's "Kumot ng Bata" (child’s blanket) weave design ribbon cutting and unveiling is postponed. New date will be announce soon.
**Charlene Tan’s weave design is based on a kumot ng bata (child blanket) labeled “Banda para llevar al niño” by José Rizal, a polymath and Filipino nationalist. This kumot ng bata (child blanket) is an example of Mindanao tritik cloth that is created with waxed thread embroidered into patterns that act as a resist during the dyeing process, only to be cut and removed. Leaving undyed patterns to integrate in CCM’s architecture.
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Where is it happening?
Children's Creativity Museum, 221 4th St, San Francisco, United States
Host or PublisherSouth of Market Community Action Network (SOMCAN)
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