{m}aganda’s ‘ART CRAWL: Relief, Recovery, Rebuild’

{m}aganda's 'ART CRAWL: Relief, Recovery, Rebuild'

“Art Crawl: Relief, Recovery, Rebuild”

A collaborative effort between {m}aganda and art activists
engaging our communities into further conversation
surrounding the aftereffects of Typhoon Haiyan.

Sunday, March 16, 2014, from 12-3pm

Our mission for “Art Crawl: Relief, Recovery, Rebuild” is to use ART as a means of promoting the continuing need for relief in the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan. While our Art Crawl is free in admission, multiple #Act4thePhilippines donation stations will be available – all donations for relief efforts will be directed towards the National Alliance for Filipino Concerns (NAFCON).

—12:00 pm
Art Crawl is open to the public!
live mural art
visual art gallery
silent auction
donation-based interactive art stations

—1:15 pm
Planned performances

—2:30 pm
Art Crawl wrap-up
silent auction winners announced
live mural art concluded

{m}aganda aims to foster critical dialogue within and across our communities through arts, literature, and education. We come from a heritage of Pilipino/American artists, writers, and cultural historians, but we extend our hands and voices to any and all who own truths that need to be spoken.

We believe in the necessity of art as a means of influencing social change. We attempt to accomplish this by providing integral spaces and opportunities for all of us to develop ourselves as creatively conscious individuals in our communities.

ASUC sponsored | ADA approved

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