During his lifetime in 8th century BC, the Hebrew prophet Amos railed against social injustice and corruption. He predicted the destruction of Israel and Judah, even through the two kingdoms at the time were at the height of their reigns.
The Philippine Consulate General in Vancouver is organizing A Century of Filipino Films, in partnership with the ABS-CBN media network in the Philippines, and two Vancouver-area-based entities, the Anyone Can Act Theatre (ACAT) group, and the ‘100 Filipino Films Series’ project.
Twelve artists from Canada, the U.S., and the Philippines are featured in an exhibit titled Pagtitipon 2019. The show will be held July 16 to 21 at the Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre in Vancouver.
Since 1940, the Theatre Under The Stars (TUTS) has been producing shows literally under the stars in Vancouver’s crown jewel – Stanley Park. Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip attended a TUTS performance of The Chocolate Soldier during their 1959 Royal Visit to Canada.
The Filipino Canadian Association of Kamloops and District invites visual artists to submit art pieces for a Filipino heritage exhibition at the Kamloops Art Gallery (KAG) Open Gallery from July 13 to August 17.