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We are honored to announce A Stage of Our Own’s first ever workshop series entitled WHERE WE STAND.  The purpose of this series is to learn from Pacific Island and Pilipinx practitioners whose embodied work balances traditional and contemporary, and to learn the cultural significances of various communal places upon Tongva lands, a.k.a Los Angeles. Each workshop introduces concepts that the artist facilitators are working through to create original short works that will culminate in a performance at the Torrance Cultural Arts Center’s James Armstrong Theater on March 22, 2019.



Lagip: Resilience Through Dance and Kali
Guro Alvin Catacutan & Toni Pasion
Carson Civic Center
Sunday 11/18/2018

I Love my Body through Movement and Meditation
Leolani Gallardo and Lei Angela Sahagun
Native Sol
Sunday 12/02/2018

FANHASSO- Matao New Performance
Dåkot-ta Alcantara-Camacho
Self Help Graphics & Art
Saturday 01/12/2019

Amelia Butler and Toni Pasion
Pamana Kali
Saturday 02/09/2019

Cyphers & Ceremonies: A Heightened Embodiment
Noelle Falcis
Boogiezone Utopia
Saturday 03/09/2019


WHERE WE STAND pays respect to the Tongva, Chumash, and Tataviam peoples of where we call Los Angeles. We acknowledge that our work is situated on Tongva land.

This work is made possible through the Social Practice Art (SPArt) project of Fulcrum Arts’ Emerge fiscal sponsorship program.

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