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Virtual Pagdiriwang 2022

Pagdiriwang is the largest Filipino art and culture festival in the Pacific Northwest. In celebration of its 35th anniversary, Pagdiriwang’s chosen theme is “The Sarimanok Soars”. In Philippine mythology, the Sarimanok is a legendary bird or mythical creature of the Maranao people of Mindanao. It is a symbol of good fortune and often referred to in conjunction with royalty. The logo of the Filipino Cultural Heritage Society of Washington (FCHSW) is an artistic contemporary stylized rendering of the Sarimanok.

36th Pagdiriwang Philippine Festival
DAY 1 | June 4 @ 1:00PM - 4:30PM


36th Pagdiriwang Philippine Festival
| June 5 @ 1:00PM - 3:30 PM


Buklod Sining Virtual Art Exhibit Launch
June 4 @ 4:10PM


The Philippine Pastel Artists, Inc., in partnership with the Filipino Cultural Heritage Society of Washington and Seattle Center Festal, presents the Buklod Sining virtual exhibit, a group show by the members of PPA in celebration of the 124th anniversary of Philippine Independence. 

The participating artists are: Aizza Mapanao-Allid, Alvin Montano, Diana Alferez, Doy Kastilyo, Ferdie Magsino, Gigi P. Manalastas, Grandier Bella, Iris Babao-Uy, Joana Degamo, Joseph Reyes, Julius Legaspi, Karlo Cortez, Leelok, Luisa Bayot, Mary Irma Lara, Maymay Camarines, Nell Belgado, Phoebe P. Beltran-Almazan, Reina Lynn “Rei” Antonio, Roberto Martin Sing, Roland Castro, Sheehan Demetillo, Tessa Punzalan-Brodeth, Yolanda Batara.


For more information about the group, please visit:

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