Philippine art and the Filipino artist... in focus
With government restrictions on physical distancing still in place, Philippine Arts Council celebrates Canada Philippine Heritage Month this year with 30 DAYS OF PHILIPPINE HERITAGE - snippets of information on Filipino-Canadians and Philippine culture and traditions, each day, for 30 days, in the month of June.
Watch out for posts here and in the Philippine Arts Council's social media accounts in Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Paglalayag: the Philippines to Canada Journey is a production that narrates the stories of migration of Filipinos to Canada, through music, dance and film. It chronicles the waves of migration, and the contributions of Filipinos in the Edmonton community.
This production is presented with the support of the Canadian Heritage, Government of Canada and Alberta Ministry of Culture, MultiCulturalism and Status of Women.
In these unprecedented times, the need to socially connect in times of physically distancing is essential. Let us support one another.
Learn more about: supports available for creatives; Filipino businesses open while following the recommended local and national Covid-19 safety guidelines; the impact of Covid-19 to artists and the Filipino migrant community; and creative ways people are coping with the pandemic.