SAYAW folk dance and leadership summit set in San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO — Experience the beauty and history of Philippine living traditions. Collaborate and network with student groups from across California. Develop organizational success with talks from community leaders and conference panels.
Filipino American Arts Exposition, in collaboration with CSUEB Pilipinx American Student Association (PASA) and SFSU Pilipino American Collegiate Endeavor (PACE) is proud to organize SAYAW,Pilipnx Folk Dance and Leadership Summit, Sunday, April 2, 12 to 8 p.m., San Francisco Cultural Cneter, 814 Mission Street, Mezzanine Level, San Francisco.
Discover your roots! SAYAW aims to bridge the gap between modern generation Filipinos to their ancestry. Develop a deeper understanding of the evolution of Philippine folk arts from early expressions of cultural traditions to the modern-day Pilipino Cultural Nights (PCN). Dance Workshops will offer hands-on learning to promote awareness and appreciation of the diversity of Philippine Dance Forms. The event will culminate in a spectacular live PCN showcase.
Additionally, SAYAW’s goal is to empower the current generation of young Filipino Americans with the tools to be successful leaders in the Filipino community and in every sector of our society. Our program will drive peer-to-peer engagement to activate collaboration, spark leadership and foster personal growth. SAYAW is the kickoff event to the 2-day Pilipinx American Leadership X-perience (PAL-X) which will take place on September 16-17.
Presale tickets are available at https://e.sparxo.com/sayaw. Tickets are available at $20 and are $30 at the door. $10 Early Bird Tickets has been extended until Wednesday, March 29.
This is your time. Learn the skills and build the network for success in your community. Get involved! Head to https://www.facebook.com/thePALX for more information.
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