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Nchu7mut Kaisa One Heart One Mind One Spirit

July 28, 2016- 7:00 pm

We sincerely want to acknowledge that this event is taking place on ancestral, traditional, and unceded lands of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and Tsleil-Waututh peoples.

collaborations between FILIPINO/FILIPINA/FILIPINX Artists + COAST SALISH Artists + QTIBIPOC Artists coming together to raise funds that will go towards the 3rd annual International Babaylan Conference that will be happen in September.

Mitcholos S Touchie
Purple Hearts Social Club
Warren Hooley
Kathara Pilipino Indigenous Arts Collective Society
Butterflies InSpirit
emcees Suzette Amaya and Racquel Villagante
DJ Sobey Wing
and more!

This night we’d like to offer:
– talented and top performances by Filipinos & Indigenous Artists from Vancouver
– 6 tables exhibiting arts & merchandises made/sold by our gifted local artists
– High- energy dance music playlists by an amazing DJ
– Chances to win plenty of Raffle prizes
– and an EPIC Dance Party

For Tickets $15 – $25 donation (sliding scale), please contact:
Kim Villagante
Micajieu Joey Velasco
Jotika Chaudhary
Babette Santos
Lydia Luk
Our Town Cafe on Knight & Kingsway

What is Babaylan?
“Babaylan is a Filipino word that refers specifically to an individual or a group of healers, mostly women, who were acknowledged by friends and family as possessing extraordinary gifts… having a gift of vision; an ability to see through schemes or situations and later advise on future plans… or the gift for healing; a specific touch or intuited or passed-on knowledge to specific processes of ‘fixing’ and ‘putting’ people and things together. The first priority of all Babaylan [is] her community.” — Carlos Villa

What Does the 3rd Babaylan Conference Want to Deliver?
The Centre for Babaylan Studies (CfBS), in partnership with Kathara Society, is organizing a conference near Vancouver where we focus on the conference theme of building bridges and interconnections with the original peoples of Turtle Island. We explore this theme through workshops, creative performances, ritual and ceremony, and educational opportunities where we can learn and connect with one another. Artists and cultural stakeholders will lead participants through different mediums of learning, to reflect and share stories, ideas and experiences that honour our indigenous roots, histories and legacies


IT’S GONNA BE LIT! See you there!


July 28, 2016
7:00 pm


Wise Hall & Lounge
1882 Adanac Street
Vancouver, Canada