The master calendar of this year’s APA Heritage Month community events will be available in April 2019.
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Transcribing Herstory: Contemporary Filipinx Voices
May 31, 2018 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pmFree
Enjoy an evening of live readings from diverse Pinay voices in contemporary literature: Melissa Sipin – Elaine Castillo – Renee Macalino Rutledge – Trinidad Escobar and Janice Sapigao. Following the readings – write and share your own stories through a zine-making workshop with PAL. Instruction and materials will be provided. This program is brought to you by SFPL – SFMOMA Public Knowledge – and PAL / The Pilipinx American Library.
PAL / The Pilipinx American Library is a mobile – non-circulating library that celebrates print histories and collects narratives by writers – poets – artists – and scholars across the diaspora. PAL centers the Pilipinx American experience through the reading and sharing of texts and other printed matter in public – through pop-up libraries – performances – and readings. For more info – visit: www.weareyourpals.net.
Public Knowledge – the newest branch of the San Francisco Public Library – is a partnership with SFMOMA – created to explore how contemporary art and culture can illuminate important issues and create spaces for new conversations.