Bindlestiff Studio cultivates artists who reflect and celebrate the diverse values, traditions, and histories of Pilipino and Filipino American cultures through bold artistic expression and community engagement.
Next Up at Bindlestiff Studio:
THE LOVE EDITION: FALLING HARD
Short plays featuring Love, Heartache, and the Weirdness between
Presented by Bindlestiff Studio - The nation’s only theater space dedicated to the Pilipino and Pilipino American performing arts
Exploring the emotional twists and turns of love and relationships, The Love Edition: Falling Hard is a short play festival that captures the complex nuances of love stories. Through comedy, drama, and mixed media, The Love Edition illustrates a theatrical world that delves deep into the human experience and spectacle of romantic love.
DALUYAN: Embodied Storytelling Intensive
Healing Through Movement; Facilitated by Sammay Dizon
DALUYAN: Embodied Storytelling Intensive is an in-depth weekly workshop process that investigates the ancestral memory that lives within our corporeal being through movement, writing, and performance ritual - facilitated by Sammay Dizon. How do we cultivate a relationship of healing to our personal and intergenerational traumas in order to realize our most whole Self? How can we thereby access the inherent joy and ancestral resilience that already lives inside of us? From mid-February to early May 2019, participants will gather 2x/week (mostly Fridays at 6-9pm and Sundays at 2-5pm) to explore how one can interweave these forms in service to our healing of Self, Lineage, and Community. This intensive process is intended for both the artist and the non-artist identifying and will culminate in a public performance at Bindlestiff Studio. Participants will also be invited to be a part of a process-oriented documentary by Solitaire Miguel that will follow Dizon's methodologies and the cultivation of the collective knowledge body through this work.
DALUYAN is a Filipino word that translates into "vessel."
* This intensive is focused on BIPOC womxn and non-binary identifying folks; those of Pilipinx descent are especially encouraged to participate.
Start: Friday, February 15, 2019 @ 6-9pm
* Final Schedule will be sent out to confirmed participants.
Tech Week and Performances: April 29 - May 5, 2019
Registration: $250-$500 sliding scale (11 weeks)
* Scholarships are available for those with financial need. Spots are also available for SOMA residents/cultural workers. Please e-mail email@example.com for more information.
Last Day to Register: Friday, February 8, 2019 @ 11:59pm
Sponsored in part by the California Arts Council.