An art installation by Ramon Abad.
Mabuhay (pronounced “mah - BOO - high”) In the Filipino dialect of Tagalog, mabuhay can translate to “welcome” or “cheers to life!”
Funded by a San Francisco Artist Grant by the San Francisco Arts Commission, Ramon’s installation is a series of interactive sculptures or puppets that gallery visitors of all ages are welcome to gently touch and make move
Gallery of the San Francisco Arts Education Project, 2nd floor of Minnesota Street Project: 1275 Minnesota St., San Francisco, CA
October 7 to November 18, 2023 Gallery open Wednesday–Saturday 11am–4pm
Free admission for all ages. Kid-friendly art exhibit.
Opening Reception: October 7 Saturday 3-6pm
Co-sponsors of the reception will be the Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center (APICC) with delish sweets by Marahuyo Confections and music to shake yo puppet bootie by DJ Bitesize.
️ Ad design: Julie Munsayac
Maraming salamat (big thanks):
San Francisco Arts Commission
San Francisco Arts Education Project
Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center
Balay Kreative Studio, Kultivate Labs
Invaluable production support:
Pete Belkin, installation
Mark Letang, Mass Factor Media, graphics print production
Cir Sayoc, woodwork
Joaquin Duca, production assistant
Anila Jain, everything else
Awesome puppet characters:
1275 Minnesota St
San Francisco, CA 94107
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