The Hive Gallery and Studios presents:

December “Price….less 4″ ($250 and under artworks)
Opening and performances: December 4, 2010
8-12:30AM
$8 at the door
Show runs: 12/4 to 1/2/2011

Featured Artist 1: Sylvia Lizarraga
Featured Artist 2: Crystal Sylver
Tall Wall Artist: Daisuke Okamoto
Small Wall Artist: Larkin
Installation Artist: Jimmy Bell

December “Price….less” show Artists:

Daniaelle Simonsen / Janet Kim / Jeremy Cross / Yumiko Awae / Rick Strieck / Cristina Paulos / Ivan Vega / Robin Cohen / Debbie Lee / Shannon O’Connor / Nicolette Spear / Christopher Umana / Deanna Adona / Melody Grace Duenas /
Hestin Lostwood / Andrew Long / Pukac / Frost Newton / Bob Lizarraga / Marlon McWilliams / Alfie Numeric / Nate Seubert / Septerhed / Robin Cohen / Dominic Polcino / Bob Lizarraga / Wellington Rawls / Pukac / Sze Jones / JNGL /
Scarecrowoven / Warren Heard / Andrea Cruz / and many more!!!!

Performances by: TBA

Resident Artists:

Sensei / Nathan Cartwright / Mary Spring / Greg Gould / Walt Hall / Sarah Winkle / John Dang / Douglas Alvarez / Jinx / J.Salvador
/ Feminine Oddities / Shrine / Sonik / Ichae Ackso / Leyla Akdogan / Stephan Canthal / Laura Diamond / Mike Street / Andres Carmiol /
/ The Little Red Writer / Randy Kono / Sara Hedstrom / Alex Schaefer / Patrick Haemmerlein / Alan DeForest / Bethany Pratt / Meagan Boyd /
/ Radhika Hersey / Amanda Sage / Romina Gonzales / Yuki Miyazaki / Sophia Gasparian / Ink Pen Mutations Press / Doug Meyer /
Nicole Bruckman / Glenn Fox / Edyth Gonzalez / Daisuke Okamoto / Kate Proto / David Reyes / Tom McDermott /

ALL NEW FABRIC ENVIRONMENTS/ INSTALLATION by: Sonikhttp://www.transmorphic.net/

BURLESQUE PERFORMANCES BY: Feminine Odditieswww.feminineoddities.com

HIVE TAROT DECK READING BY:
Seraphime Angelis
Medium, Astrologer, Card Reader, Poet
sidereally.occultated@gmail.com

http://sidereallyoccultated.blogspot.com/

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Join Kappa Psi Epsilon & the Pilipino American Coalition at our 14th Annual Pilipino Christmas Fest, “Pasko Sa Aming Bayan”

Enjoy the warmth and love of the joyous holiday spirit and be surrounded by the beautiful artwork, great entertainment, the amazing vendors, and the awesome food!

Speaking of food, guess who will be there? None other than the WHITE RABBIT Food Truck, so come and try their delicious Filipino food! And many more. Don’t worry, Come hungry & You’ll definitely Leave HAPPY (:

We also have a wide variety of outstanding performances, which include:
– Kappa Psi Epsilon’s Omicron Pledge Class
– Jan Terania’s Band
– Mack and Marlo
– PAC Cultural
– Phaze One
– Krystle Tugadi
– Verbal Taktiks
– Carson Street Dance
– Krystle Pleyto & Kevin
– Mighty Shock LA
– Stan (from Theta Delta Beta)
– SPAM
– PAC Modern & PAC Camp

REMEMBER!! It’s at CSULB’S HHS1 Lawn from 10am-6pm

** FREE ADMISSION! ** & $5 Parking

We’d love to see all of your wonderful faces there! We guarantee that it’ll be one AMAZING event! You don’t want to miss out!

QUESTIONS? Contact:
www.lbpac.com
www.freewebs.com/kpsiealpha

Check out the trailer:
http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=1672202253262

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If you thought Black Friday was over, you are dead wrong…

I will be posting up various BUY PINOY sales events on the blog, so keep visiting the site!

Check this out:

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Another Pacman fight, and I’m pretty sure you all will be repping that Pinoy Pride…

Do so responsibly…

Who do you have for the fight?

Dual Launch Party for the “Generation ILL” EP & BakitWhy.com 3.0

Deep Foundation, Hydroponikz, & BakitWhy.com
present the Dual Launch of:

The “Generation ILL” EP + BakitWhy 3.0

Dual Launch party time for the Pil-Am community (+friends)! We’re celebrating two big launches: the East Coast’s Deep Foundation & Hydroponikz’s “Generation ILL” EP launch, and your SoCal-grown BakitWhy.com version 3.0 launch! Whether you’re a real hip hop head, community champion, tech geek, or everywhere in between, join us in bringing the noise toe Downtown Los Angeles.

WHERE:

Señor Fish
422 E. 1st Street (Alameda & First)
Los Angeles, CA

WHEN:
Friday, October 29, 2010
9pm – 2am

Live performances by:
Deep Foundation & Hydroponikz
Music provided by: DJ Mike Intellect and DJ Orion
$5 before 11pm, $10 after
21 and over with valid identification

**BakitWhy.com will donate proceeds from the event to FilAmARTS.**

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TAYO RELEASE PARTY

Join TAYO Literary Magazine supporters, artists and writers at our annual release party at Ragazzi Room in Los Angeles on Saturday, October 23rd from 6:00pm – 8:30pm. After a successful inaugural year empowering our artistic community through our 1st annual issue, online community, and events/workshops, TAYO is extremely proud to be releasing its 2nd annual issue.
Along with showcasing the 2nd issue of TAYO, the event will feature open mic performances, a silent art auction, and refreshments. Admission price also includes one complimentary issue and light hors d’oeuvres. Pre-sale admission is $15, door-sale admission is $20.
BUY YOUR TICKETS HERE:
INTERESTED IN PERFORMING OR SHOWCASING YOUR WORK?
ABOUT TAYO
TAYO Literary Magazine aims to empower and bring together Filipino American youth through the many different forms of creative art.  By gathering differing expressions of Filipino American identity, from high school students to full-fledge adults, TAYO paints an intricate anthology of the Filipino culture and community.  Sponsorship and advertisement opportunities are still available.

In solidarity,
Team TAYO

TAYO Literary Magazine
Issue 02 | 2010-2011

www.tayoliterarymag.com

Follow @TAYOLiteraryMag on Twitter!
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2 WEEKS TO FPAC!

August 29th, 2010

www.filamarts.org/fpac

Need tickets?  Visit our vendors or visit the FilAm ARTS website for more info, otherwise you can pick them up at the door.

19th ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF PHILIPPINE ARTS & CULTURE

SEPTEMBER 11-12, 2010, 10A-6P

807 PASEO DEL MAR, SAN PEDRO CA!!!

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A friendly reminder about The TNParty tomorrow!  Get your tix presale or buy at the door!  It’s going to be a great show.  Come support your local artists and see what you’ve been missing on Tuesday nights…but this time on a SATURDAY!

Yeah boyeee, it’s the weekend!

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Long Beach, California- Dream Jungle Tattoos and Beatrock Artist Kollective present “Portraits of the Proletariat”, an artshow curated by Manila Ryce.

The show debuted in June and is closing the month-long run on July 24th, 2010 with a special live performance of Los Angeles lyricist Bambu and a live set by hip hop live band Rhythm Natives.

The art show showcase a few members of the Beatrock Artist Kollective which includes stuter, Mark Canto, Patrick Strand, Manila Ryce and Alfie Ebojo aka alfie numeric.

One of the highlights of the night is winning the ORIGINAL ARTWORK made for Bambu’s album “Paper Cuts” created by Manila Ryce. Imagine winning an art piece worth over $1200 by one (or a few) $5 raffle ticket!

The event takes place at Dream Jungle Tattoos owned by Aleks Figueroa, a long-time  tattoo artist dedicated and specializing on Babayin script and Filipino tattoo designs, both classic and modern. Dream Jungle is also a member of the BUY PINOY Campaign.

Free Event! Prints, shirts, products, and CDs of the artists will be available for purchase.

Come out and check out the art! You know you want a framed Manny Pacquiao print for your sala!

Date:           
Saturday, July 24, 2010
Time:
 7:00pm – 10:00pm
Location:
 Dream Jungle Tattoo
Street:
724 East Anaheim Street
City:
Long Beach, CA
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Los Angeles prides itself in being one of the must richly diverse metropolitans in the nation. This weekend holds the 32nd Annual Lotus Festival presented by the City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks.

This festival is FREE and family-oriented so bring the whole family and celebrate the beautiful Asian Pacific Island cultures (which according to the laparks.org site) include 

Japanese, Filipino, Asian Indian, Chinese, Samoan, Tongan, Hawaiian, Thai, Korean, Malaysian, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Indonesian, Tibetan, Laotian, Bangladeshi and Hmong.

And a word to the wise: Parking can be a bit tricky there so please watch for the street signs.

Have a wonderful weekend!

WHAT: 32nd Celebration of the Lotus Festival Sponsored by L.A. Lotus Festival, Inc. and the City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks.
DATES: Saturday, July 10, 2010 – 12 noon to 9:00 p.m.
Sunday, July 11, 2010 – 12 noon to 8:00 p.m.
(Dates coincide with the anticipated blooming of the Lotus Flower)
LOCATION: Echo Park Lake in Los Angeles, California, is located on Park Avenue between Glendale Avenue and Echo Park Boulevard, just north of the Hollywood (101) and Pasadena (110) freeway junction, near Dodger Stadium. (FREE ADMISSION)
MISSION: The mission of the Lotus Festival is to develop, promote and create an atmosphere of understanding in which Asian and Pacific Islander communities in Southern California are brought together for two (2) days of cultural sharing. The Festival also seeks to preserve and enlighten the public with a sampling of distinctly different and unique Asian and Pacific Islander culture and traditions through cultural displays, art, music, dance and food.
HIGHLIGHTS Opening Ceremonies on Saturday, July 10, 2010 at 12:00 p.m., to earmark the celebration of the 32nd Lotus Festival, which includes live music, dance and entertainment from a variety of performers representing many of the diverse countries of Asia and the Pacific Islands.  This year, the Festival will highlight the people and cultures of China. Asian and Pacific Islander personalities from the media and its communities will act as emcees/hosts during this two-day event.

Artisans-at-work will be on hand to demonstrate their skills on the beautifully decorated Flower Island Pavilion.  Their artwork illustrates their spirit, tradition and pride of the Asian and Pacific Islander handiwork.  This includes: paper-cutting, hand painted scrolls, calligraphy, plant and flower expertise, fish, birds and other Asian artifacts.

The Health Fair will feature educational lectures on holistic fitness.  Other services to be provided include: free screenings, health information and referrals.

The Community Services will feature a variety of organizations offering free information, assistance and referrals in areas of employment, social services, immigration, legal services, education, housing and translating.

The Boutiques will offer a variety of Asian and Pacific Islander items and gifts for sale including clothing, jewelry, artwork, hand-made crafts, incense, body oils and much more.

The International Food Booth area will provide a variety of Asian and Pacific Islander cuisine that will feature enticing delicacies and exotic beverages which are traditional to the Asian and Pacific Island Cultures.

FESTIVAL CONTACT: L.A. Lotus Festival, Inc.
Leo Pandac
2001 W. Beverly Blvd. Suite 201
Los Angeles, CA 90057
Phone: (213) 413-1622Email: lepandac@aol.com
DEPARTMENT CONTACT: Lotus Festival
Department of Recreation and Parks
3900 West Chevy Chase Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90039
Phone: (213) 485-1310; Fax: (213) 485-8746Email: Lotus.Festival@lacity.org

Website: www.laparks.org/Calendar/Lotus/lotus.htm

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