What does Kapwa mean to you? This arts showcase explores the Filipinx concept of Kapwa, or shared inner self, as a path to promoting community wellness! Celebrate the completion of a Kapwa mural and see behind the scenes of making the mural. Youth performers, visual artists, and mental health advocates amplify and explore the concept of Kapwa and creatively engage the Filipinx community to end stigma on mental health. Through our shared artmaking process, we encourage one another to practice sustaining and healing the self, understanding that process is innately tied to the wellbeing of others and the community.
SamiSee; Macro Waves Collective; Monica Magtoto; Miss Steezy One; Youth Spoken Word Performers
w/ The Filipino Mental Health Initiative-San Francisco
SamiSee is the co-creator of Kapwa Mural Project. Using aerosol muralism and video, she explores the spectrum of experiences involved in healing self, others, and earth. Collaborating with the Filipino Mental Health Initiative-SF and Macro Waves Collective, they curate space inspiring evolution towards a culture of holistic health.
Filipino Mental Health Initiative-San Francisco:
Filipino Mental Health Initiative - San Francisco (FMHI-SF) was established in 2012 through the collaboration of mental health providers, consumers, advocates, community leaders, and interested community members committed to supporting the wellness of Filipinos and Filipino-Americans in San Francisco.
*Photo by: Miss Steezy One
2868 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94110
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