Isugid Pinoy

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Opening event for the exhibit Isugid Pinoy.

This event includes a ritual performance of sagayan, an indigenous dance of Maguindanao and Maranao people in the Philippines, led by visual artists Don Aguillo and Rafael “Raf” Salazar, followed by an artist talk and merienda at the 3rd Floor Hormel Center.

Isugid Pinoy! exhibition

About the exhibit:
ISUGID PINOY!
MYTHIC WARRIORS OF SOMA PILIPINAS

Isugid Pinoy! (ee-soo-ghid), is “tell it Pilipino!” in the Philippine Bisayan language. Presented by Kularts, the premiere presenter of contemporary and tribal Pilipinx art in the United States, Isugid Pinoy! is a graphic storytelling project led by visual artists Don Aguillo and Rafael “Raf” Salazar in partnership with members of the SOMA Pilipinas community to reflect and celebrate the diversity of the Pilipino American experience. 

Isugid Pinoy!: Mythic Warriors of SOMA Pilipinas will be their first major exhibition of Isugid Pinoy! comic book art on the third floor of the Main Library from October 5, 2019 to January 23, 2020. Featuring large scale renditions and specially laid out panels of comic book art, the exhibition is free and open to the public during library hours.

Sponsored by the Filipino American Center.

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