Join us for the Closing Reception of “Kapwa: The Self in the Other” Art Exhibit at MOSH on November 19th featuring 13 Filipinx/Mestisx visual artists with roots in JAX! The closing reception will include a Panel Discussion with some of the Kapwa Artists and a speech on Mental Health in the Philippine Diaspora by Dr. Marinette Asuncion-Uy, Psy.D. – a local FilAm Licensed Clinical Psychologist. Additionally, this event will also have a demonstration by Andre Ignacio Dimapilis, A.K.A “Kalayaan Sound”; performances by Rochelle Chong Underdue, Raquel Underdu, Shirley Murray; and a Filipinx Small Business Market.
This is a FREE event with the purchase of a General Admission ticket to MOSH.
Food will be available for purchase by Abstrakt Food Essence & Perfect Pear’s Truck Debut “Lola’s.”
Gigi Bio – @6161810
Jenn Ban – @jenn.ban + @sacredskinadornments
Elena Øhlander – @elena_ohlander
Varick Rosete – @vasinvulture
Cari-Dawn Conejero Campbell – @caridawncaridawn
Camille Faustino – @camillefaustinoart
Dani Simmons – @danirayne
Jill Responte – @jillresp + @jillgdnp
C.J. Bautista – @UnderSiege360
Amber Williams – @itstheartgal
Angela Magpusao – @Angiemagz
Haidy Andrada – @hellohaidy
Arvie Witherspoon – @arviewitherspoonart + @arvie1703
About Dr. Marinette
Dr. Marinette (A.K.A: The Brown Psych) shares the power of storytelling by Filipino mental health professionals & influential figures within our community, each of whom shall share their own mental health journeys and/or offer valuable insights. Her aim is to destigmatize mental health & become a resource for mental health information for Filipinos around the globe.
About Kalayaan Sound
Kalayaan (Tagalog: “Freedom”) uses sacred sounds to align mind & body to re-member & reconnect to the freedom of the spirit.
Art Exhibit & Event Curation by Grace Bio