3:32 pm | Tuesday, August 6th, 2013
SAN FRANCISCO–Local Filipino artists will hold their second annual Lumpia and Martinis gathering on Aug. 10 at 6 p.m. at the Philippine Center Gallery, 447 Sutter Street, fifth floor.
The Jay Loyola Dance Project, Filipino American Arts Exposition and various local artists created the annual cocktails and arts event, to celebrate the art scene and the successes of Filipino artists in the Bay Area and all over the United States.
Lumpia represents the well-known Filipino appetizer also known as “pulutan” and martini represents the years of hard work of Filipino artists in America in showcasing their ethnic and/or tribal talent in different media.
Guest Artists include:
Ron Quesada “Kulintronica” Parangal Dance Company Pamela Ybanez
La Bamboo Vixen
Lenny San Jose “Ukelenny” Coco Chanel
WHO: Jay Loyola Dance Project, Filipino American Arts Exposition, San Francisco Bay Area Local Artists WHAT: Second Annual Lumpia and Martinis 2013
WHEN: August 10, 2013, 6:00pm
WHERE: Philippine Center Gallery, 447 Sutter Street, San Francisco, Califronia
WHY: Organized to support SF Bay Area Local Artists Tickets:
Regular Admission: $25.00
Contact: Lydia D. Neff
Phone: (415) 999-8365
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