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Bai Liza Saway: Sharing Talaandig Culture

Bai Liza Saway: Sharing Talaandig Culture

August 22, 2012 in Classes & Workshops, Performances, Philippine Master Artist-In-Residency, Uncategorized

Bai Liza Saway at Kularts Workshop in 2009

Bai Liza Saway at Kularts Workshop in 2009

Performances with Indigenous Leader Bai Liza Saway

Filipino American History Celebration
October 7 2012 | 11am – 4pm

Asian Art Museum, San Francisco
200 Larkin Street @ McAllister (MAP)


Bai Liza Saway is back in town! Join us at the Asian Art Museum’s Filipino American History Celebration, where this Philippine Master Artist will perform the opening ceremonies and blessing. Then stick around for Baybayin art by Christine Balza and Christian Cabuay, tours and storytelling, and a “Best of Pilipino Cultural Night” review.

Bai Liza Saway is an indigenous leader from the Talaandig tribe, and a resident of Sungku, Lantapan, Bukidnon. She is a Council Member of the Mindanao Peoples Caucus. She is known as Bai Nanapnay, a name given to the woman leader of the Talaandig indigenous community; her work is based on “the understanding of the harmonious relationships of plants, animals, human beings and the spirits.” A founder of Talaandig Mothers for Peace and the wife of a tribal chief, Saway has been leading the quest for the rights of the tribe to self-determination and self-governance in their ancestral domain, where their families have lived for centuries.

Find out more about the Talaandig Tribe here.
Watch a video of the Sungco Talaandig Tribal Grounds on youtube.

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