Written by CLUTCH Vol. 8 Participant: Pamela Dunga
Part of the immersion of oneself in storytelling is turning a single perspective, a point of view, to a collective experience. Part of it is the construction of the same elements over and over again (a story has its characters, its problem, its resolution) and our role is to derive meaning from this formula because the act of storytelling transcend aestheticism, otherwise it is wala lang. Everyone has a story to tell but the problem has always been where and how to begin. Read More
Written by CLUTCH Vol. 7 Participant: Elysse Cloma
I feel really lucky to be participating in Clutch because it has connected me to a network of talented artists and creative people who are willing to share their expertise with the Clutch girls. Our workshop with Olivia of Anice Jewellery and our graphic design workshop with Christine Mangosing are great examples of how the Kap is a part of a lively community that’s overflowing with creativity. Read More
The second installment Balikbayan Renaissance was a huge hit!
It was a joy to see both old and new faces at Kapisanan, all ready and eager to use their creative energies to learn, play, interact, and create.
Together with Kapwa Collective, we welcomed Cynthia Alberto, the founder and director of Brooklyn-based Weaving Hand, who facilitated a weaving workshop. Read More