State of Play Festival
How do we move from a perpetual stasis of survival to palpable thrivation? In a world that has forgotten its inherent responsibility to the earth and each other, ritual for thrivation no. 2 poses ancestral reverence, intergenerational healing, and urban-indigenous futurism as urgent and fundamental to alleviating our current climate crisis.
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- SAMMAY Peñaflor Dizon
SAMMAY Peñaflor Dizon (she/they) is a Filipinx American choreographer, interdisciplinary artist, and cultural producer of Bikol, Kapampangan, and Ilokano descent. Through ritual performance, they explore the diasporic body as a site of memory, resistance, and reclamation for collective healing and liberation. Their practice is rooted in the fundamental knowing that dance bridges the earth and ancestral realm.
Free Community Event Highlight
- Community Discussion | Re-imagining Araw ng Kalayaan
Re-imagining Araw ng Kalayaan
A community discussion ft. SAMMAY Peñaflor Dizon, Nic Feliciano, and Mario "Nomi" De Mira
Saturday, June 11, 6:30-7:30pm
ODC Theater Lobby
June 12 is commemorated as Araw ng Kalayaan. Join us in this SOMA Pilipinas-led cipher as we unpack the complex history and struggle for independence in the Philippine diaspora. Learn how these Filipinx artists are re-imagining and embodying liberation through their art and activism today.
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Image by Jim Watkins Photography
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