Kayamanan Ng Lahi

Kayamanan Ng Lahi

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We, them, all!!!!! Kapwa Dance. Join all of us!
Kayamanan Ng Lahi pamilya! Please join me in welcoming my fellow in many many ways. Fellow OT, fellow Filipino family health advocate, fellow mental health advocate, and ahem ahem... fellow [email protected] Apple Sepulveda-Mathew. Mabuhay Apple! Welcome to the KNL group page for KNL related info and online programming content.
Our world at a distance has never been closer. Join our FilAm collective community in honor and in celebration...a re-imagined festival, live-streamed online!! Yours truly, along with my Kayamanan sisters/kapatid/comadres will humbly share a little bit of our cultural "why" and for whom...and that always, in all ways will be our family, our community and KNL. Mabuhay!!! Kayamanan Ng Lahi Barbs Ele Tinette Sumiller
Join us in Kamayan this Wednesday!
Description KNL Cultural Treasure Series is proud to offer a special workshop: "Sinulog - One Beat, One Heart." The Sinulog Festival held in January to honor the Santo Niño carries with it the rhythms and the beat of the heart of Cebu City. In this Cultural Treasures Series workshop, Toni Pasion and Art Francisco share their immersion experience in the practice of and the process of the Sinulog. Join us as we view the sights, the sounds, the movements and the heart of Sinulog. Suggested donation for the Cultural Treasure Series workshop is $10. These donations will be collected at the door, but we strongly suggest you reserve your ticket online to guarantee your space in the workshop. Walk-ins will be accepted based on available space. This workshop is FREE for active KNL members who have registered and paid their Spring Q2 2019 dues. KNL's "Spring Quarter Introduction and Workshop" to immediately follow the Cultural Treasure Series (CTS) presentation. All members joining KNL's dance workshop are encouraged to attend the CTS presentation as part of your quarter curriculum. About the Workshop Presenter... Toni Pasion is a second generation Pilipinx with lineages from Laoag, Antipolo, and Pampanga, Philippines. Toni is the founder and director of A Stage of Our Own: Oceania Contemporary Arts Collective. Toni’s creative practice centers on healing, gathering, spirituality, and peacebuilding. Toni holds a Masters of Arts degree in Dance with an emphasis in Culture and Performance Studies from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, and degrees in Asian American Studies and Women’s Studies from the University of California, Riverside. In her daily work, Toni is an instructor of Philippine Dance, Hawaiian Hula, and Yoga. She has conducted creative restorative work at the Pilipino Workers Center, UCLA Labor Center, CARECEN, Center for Philippine Studies at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU, Festival of Pacific Arts on Guåhan, UCLA World Arts and Cultures Department, UCR Indigenous Choreographers at Riverside Symposium, Urban x Indigenous in SoMa San Francisco, and more. FAQs What are my parking options for the event? Parking is available at Lot 32 off of Verdugo Rd, opposite the college, and then you will cross the footbridge onto campus and proceed to the Sierra Nevada Gym. A map may be emailed to you for more detailed directions. Are photos/video recording allowed for this event? Audio or video recording is not permitted, except during advised times. How can I contact the organizer with any questions? If you have questions, you may contact us via email at [email protected]
Among those whose shoulders we stand is our beautiful mentor, teacher, kumu, Auntie/Manang Pat Valentin ... mahalo and salamat plenty for your love and appreciation of culture. Your mana, in both the Filipino meaning (gift and inheritance) and Hawaiian meaning (spiritual energy and grace) lives in us, always. May you now dance and play music amongst the angels, along with Kuya Mon, Papa Nitoy, Tita Betty, Mama Urts, Guro Dan and so many more. When we pray for blessings by our ancestors, we will be lifted with gratitude because of you, our culture bearers who came before and whose spirit we strive to honor in all we do and feel in Kayamanan Ng Lahi. You are our treasure of our people. We love you and thank you.
Too cute these keiki!

Celebrating its 30th year, Kayamanan Ng Lahi is a folk arts, family-oriented organization based in Los Angeles, California... sharing the richness and diversity of Philippine culture through dance, music, song and experiences...to inspire and transform.

KNL's mission is to inspire transformation through artistic expression and cultural understanding so that we empower ourselves, our families and community, and enrich society. #KNLAlwaysInAllWays - Kayamanan Ng Lahi Philippine Folk Arts is a critically acclaimed non-profit organization based in Los Angeles, California. Under the leadership of Joel Jacinto, Barbara Ele and Ave Jacinto, Kayamanan is committed to presenting, promoting and preserving the richness and diversity of Philippine culture through dance and music, to educate, entertain and enrich. Kayamanan's artistic approach is based on anthropological research, resulting in a strong and appropriate translation between traditional folk and folkloric Philippine dance and music forms and styles - from the village to the stage. Noted for its extensive dance repertoire, costumes and music ensembles. Kayamanan has received numerous accolades including L.A. Times' description of one of the group's concert as " ...consistently exciting and a triumph of enlightened cultural preservation."

Mission: Preserve, promote and present the richness and diversity of Philippine culture through dance and music...to educate, entertain and enrich.

Operating as usual

Lucca is a 10th grade scholar who joined KNL 4 years ago with no dance experience and has since not only performed all over LA but also created a documentary as part of our Pamana Media Project. Ever the wordsmith, Lucca delivered the valedictory speech for his middle school graduation and was one of 70 Angelenos invited to reflect on 2020 as part of Grand Park’s Ground Our Present, Dot Our Future art installation.

From ages 5-85, Kayamanan Ng Lahi members are not only dancers and culture bearers, we are Angelenos who work in education, health care, hospitality, and every other industry that keeps LA running like a world-class city—even through 2020’s challenges. Here’s to more dance, culture, and community in 2021!

Join our family when trimester 1 begins on Sunday, January 31st! Donations accepted but no one ever turned away for lack of funds. First, register at bit.ly/KNLREG. Then, request to join facebook.com/groups/kayamanan.

Yvette is an oncology nurse and founding member, dancing and learning with KNL since the first workshop in November 1990! Here she is receiving her COVID-19 vaccine and representing with the crew for the Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture in October 2020 and the Music Center’s Holiday Celebration in December 2020.

From ages 5-85, Kayamanan Ng Lahi members are not only dancers and culture bearers, we are Angelenos who work in education, health care, hospitality, and every other industry that keeps LA running like a world-class city—even through 2020’s challenges. Here’s to more dance, culture, and community in 2021!

Join our family when quarter 1 begins on Sunday, January 31st! Donations accepted but no one ever turned away for lack of funds. First, register at bit.ly/KNLREG. Then, request to join KNL - Internal Communications - Members and F/F.

Happy New Year! Maligayang bagong taon! 🎉🎉🎉 From our family to yours, we hope and pray that 2021 will bring you health, healing, strength, solidarity, peace, joy and light. #happynewyear2021 #knlfolkarts

What ambahan would you write about 2020? An ambahan is a form of Philippine poetry originating from the Hanunuo Mangyans of Oriental Mindoro. Usually written on bamboo in the Surat Mangyan, a centuries-old, pre-Spanish script, an ambahan features a meter of seven syllable lines with rhythmic end-syllables.
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Although we couldn’t gather in person this year for our annual KNL holiday party, it didn’t stop us from meeting virtually on zoom in the spirit of the holidays and to also celebrate KNL’s 30th anniversary. We celebrated online by opening up the video archives to rewatch some of KNL’s milestone performances, and with fun games and activities. One game we played was a group poetry slam contest where our members were assigned teams and had 5 minutes to compose impromptu poems like a haiku or ambahan. Here’s what our KNL members had to share about KNL in the year 2020.

#knlfolkarts #ambahan #poetry #poetryslam #losangeles #orientalmindoro #losangelesarts #dance #philippinedance #philippineculture #philippinefolk #filipinofolk #culturaldance #filipinoartisans #aroundla

We couldn’t gather in person this year for our annual KNL holiday party, but it didn’t stop us from meeting virtually on zoom in the spirit of the holidays and to also celebrate KNL’s 30th anniversary. This year we had a group poetry slam contest where our members were assigned into teams and had 5 minutes to compose impromptu poems like a haiku or ambahan. Here’s what our KNL members had to share about KNL in the year 2020.
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While the Japanese have the haiku, Filipinos have the ambahan. An ambahan is a form of poetry originating from the Hanunuo Mangyans of Oriental Mindoro in the Philippines. Usually written on bamboo in the Surat Mangyan, a centuries-old, pre-Spanish script, an ambahan features a meter of seven syllable lines with rhythmic end-syllables.


#knlfolkarts #ambahan #haikusofinstagram #poetry #poetryslam #losangeles #orientalmindoro #losangelesarts #dance #philippinedance #philippineculture #philippinefolk #filipinofolk #culturaldance #filipinoartisans #aroundla

Ambahan - a form of Philippine poetry originating from the Hanunuo Mangyans of Oriental Mindoro. Usually written on bamboo in the Surat Mangyan, a centuries-old, pre-Spanish script, an ambahan features a meter of seven syllable lines with rhythmic end-syllables. What ambahan would you write about 2020?
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Although we couldn’t gather in person this year for our annual KNL holiday party, it didn’t stop us from meeting virtually on zoom in the spirit of the holidays and to also celebrate KNL’s 30th anniversary. We celebrated online by opening up the video archives to rewatch some of KNL’s milestone performances, and with fun games and activities. One game we played was a group poetry slam contest where our members were assigned teams and had 5 minutes to compose impromptu poems like a haiku or ambahan. Here’s what our KNL members had to share about KNL in the year 2020.

#knlfolkarts #ambahan #poetry #poetryslam #losangeles #orientalmindoro #losangelesarts #dance #philippinedance #philippineculture #philippinefolk #filipinofolk #culturaldance #filipinoartisans #aroundla

Reflecting on 2020 • We are grateful for the opportunity to participate in Ground Our Present, Dot Our Future on display now until 1.24.21 at Grand Park. This public art installation features reflections about 2020 from cultural organizations - including our KNL members - and community members of ages 8 to 88 years old. Although it was a challenging year, Angelenos strengthened and sharpened their values; a year we allowed vulnerability to be defined as strength; the year of traumatic but collective change. Thank you to @grandpark_la for amplifying diverse voices and celebrating our collective Angeleno spirit!
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As we close out 2020, join us as we celebrate safely at home and count down to 2021 with Grand Park's NYELA 2020! 🎉 LA's biggest virtual NYE party kicks off with their annual countdown. with an amazing lineup curated by @SteveAoki with performances by Dim Mak En Fuego artists 2DEEP, AQUIHAYAQUIHAY, Andrekza, special guest BIA, and Steve Aoki! 🥳
Tune in on Fuse TV, Fuse's YouTube, or Grand Park's YouTube at 11PM PT on 12/31, New Year's Eve. (This is not an in-person event. Please enjoy the show from the comfort of home!)

#grandparkdotprojecft #grandparkla #NYELA2020 #NYELA #GrandParkLA #Countdownto2021 #FuseTV

Ambahan - a form of Philippine poetry originating from the Hanunuo Mangyans of Oriental Mindoro. Usually written on bamboo in the Surat Mangyan, a centuries-old, pre-Spanish script, an ambahan features a meter of seven syllable lines with rhythmic end-syllables. What ambahan would you write about 2020?
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Although we couldn’t gather in person this year for our annual KNL holiday party, it didn’t stop us from meeting virtually on zoom in the spirit of the holidays and to also celebrate KNL’s 30th anniversary. We celebrated online by opening up the video archives to rewatch some of KNL’s milestone performances, and with fun games and activities. One game we played was a group poetry slam contest where our members were assigned teams and had 5 minutes to compose impromptu poems like a haiku or ambahan. Here’s what our KNL members had to share about KNL in the year 2020.

#knlfolkarts #ambahan #poetry #poetryslam #losangeles #orientalmindoro #losangelesarts #dance #philippinedance #philippineculture #philippinefolk #filipinofolk #culturaldance #filipinoartisans #aroundla

Ambahan - a form of Philippine poetry originating from the Hanunuo Mangyans of Oriental Mindoro. Usually written on bamboo in the Surat Mangyan, a centuries-old, pre-Spanish script, an ambahan features a meter of seven syllable lines with rhythmic end-syllables. What ambahan would you write about 2020?
•••
Although we couldn’t gather in person this year for our annual KNL holiday party, it didn’t stop us from meeting virtually on zoom in the spirit of the holidays and to also celebrate KNL’s 30th anniversary. We celebrated online by opening up the video archives to rewatch some of KNL’s milestone performances, and with fun games and activities. One game we played was a group poetry slam contest where our members were assigned teams and had 5 minutes to compose impromptu poems like a haiku or ambahan. Here’s what our KNL members had to share about KNL in the year 2020.

#knlfolkarts #ambahan #poetry #poetryslam #losangeles #orientalmindoro #losangelesarts #dance #philippinedance #philippineculture #philippinefolk #filipinofolk #culturaldance #filipinoartisans #aroundla

While the Japanese have the haiku, Filipinos have the ambahan. An ambahan is a form of poetry originating from the Hanunuo Mangyans of Oriental Mindoro in the Philippines. It features a meter of seven syllable lines with rhythmic end-syllables. What ambahan would you write about 2020?
•••
Although we couldn’t gather in person this year for our annual KNL holiday party, it didn’t stop us from meeting virtually on zoom in the spirit of the holidays and to also celebrate KNL’s 30th anniversary. We celebrated online by opening up the video archives to rewatch some of KNL’s milestone performances, and with fun games and activities. One game we played was a group poetry slam contest where our members were assigned teams and had 5 minutes to compose impromptu poems like a haiku or ambahan. In the upcoming posts, here’s what our KNL members had to share about KNL in the year 2020.

#knlfolkarts #ambahan #poetry #poetryslam #losangeles #orientalmindoro #losangelesarts #dance #philippinedance #philippineculture #philippinefolk #filipinofolk #culturaldance #filipinoartisans #aroundla

From our family to yours, we wish you health, healing, strength, peace, joy, light, and love this Christmas! 🌟🌟🌟
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Share below ⬇️ Besides “Maligayang Pasko” in Tagalog, how would you say Merry Christmas in other Philippine dialects?

#merrychristmas #happyholidays #maligayangpasko #knlfolkarts #TheMusicCenter #WeBelieveInArts #HolidayCelebration #LAHolidayCelebration
#losangelesarts #dance #philippinedance #philippineculture #philippinefolk #filipinofolk #culturaldance #filipinoartisans #parol #christmas #pasko #musiccenterla #holidayperformance #christmas #christmas #nochebuena #aroundla

Today at 12PM & 8PM PST • Catch the rebroadcast of our performance at the 61st annual L.A. County Holiday Celebration! @musiccenterla For more info, go to holidaycelebration.org.
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Rebroadcast Dates:
Dec 25 at 12pm PST on KCET
Dec 25 at 8 pm PST on PBS SoCal 2

#merrychristmas #happyholidays #knlfolkarts #TheMusicCenter #WeBelieveInArts #HolidayCelebration #LAHolidayCelebration
#losangelesarts #dance #philippinedance #philippineculture #philippinefolk #filipinofolk #culturaldance #filipinoartisans #parol #christmas #pasko #musiccenterla #holidayperformance #christmas #christmas #nochebuena #aroundla

‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through house
Not a creature was stirring, except those in red blouse.
With ankle bells jingling by the fire with flare.
Stepping and dancing in synchronicity with utmost pride and care.
The children were nestled all snug in their beds;
While visions of sugar-babalyans danced in their heads

🎄Thank you to our KNL members - Ernesto, Garret, Ave and Yvette - for this fun Filipino twist on a Christmas classic 🎄
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Tune in at 7PM PST for the rebroadcast of our performance at the 61st annual L.A. County Holiday Celebration! @musiccenterla For more info, go to holidaycelebration.org.

#twasthenightbeforechristmas #d#dugso #maligayangpasko #merrychristmas #happyholidays #knlfolkarts #TheMusicCenter #WeBelieveInArts #HolidayCelebration #LAHolidayCelebration
#losangelesarts #dance #philippinedance #philippineculture #philippinefolk #filipinofolk #culturaldance #filipinoartisans #parol #christmas #pasko #musiccenterla #holidayperformance #christmas #christmas #nochebuena #aroundla

Several versions of Sagayan are performed during special celebrations of the Maguindanao and Maranao cultural communities in the Southern Philippines. This version of Sagayan comes from the Maguindanao in South Cotabato, and is traditionally seen in community celebrations, and post-healing activities such as the ipat. The ipat is a pre-Islamic healing ritual where the medium summons the tunong (or spirit) through the taggongo music and rhythm. Armed with a sword and an elaborately embellished shield of shell noisemakers and mirrors, the sagayan dancer, in a hypnotic trance-like state, goes through a make-believe fight with their unseen adversaries, the tunong spirits. [Resource: Ramon Obusan Folkloric Group]
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Kayamanan Ng Lahi will be sharing this dance to convey the strength of our diverse communities, always and in all ways at the 61st annual L.A. County Holiday Celebration. Tune in December 24 at 3:00 PM. PST on PBS SoCal to enjoy a diverse lineup of L.A.-based artists including many past favorites and some exciting new talent! Find out more at holidaycelebration.org. @musiccenterla
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Rebroadcast Dates:
Dec 24 at 7 pm PST on PBS SoCal 1
Dec 25 at 12pm PST on KCET
Dec 25 at 8 pm PST on PBS SoCal 2
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We are honored to offer a contemporary representation of dances of the indigenous peoples of Southern Philippines that we call “Sounds of Harmony”. We’ll be featuring a medley of dances where sounds are offered up in thanksgiving of life’s milestones, of nature’s wonders, of a bountiful harvest–with the soft ringing bells, shaking of shells, rustling of leaves, clanging of gongs, and stomping of feet. Together, the joyful noise becomes a visual and aural harvest of healing and peace – our wish for all during this holiday season!

#knlfolkarts #TheMusicCenter #WeBelieveInArts #HolidayCelebration #LAHolidayCelebration
#losangelesarts #dance #philippinedance #philippineculture #philippinefolk #filipinofolk #culturaldance #filipinoartisans #parol #christmas #pasko #musiccenterla #holidayperformance #sagayan #aroundla

Kadal Taho is performed by the T’boli cultural community of Lake Sebu, South Cotabato. Mimetic dances tell the stories of the T’boli’s connection with nature and their environment. Kadal Taho is a dance-drama focusing on a bird with an injured leg. She is consoled and guided by the rest of the flock in an effort to try her wings and fly with them again. In solidarity and healing, the entire flock of birds succeed in flight. [Resource: Ramon Obusan Folkloric Group]
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Tag someone who you’d want in your flock of solidarity.🕊🕊🕊
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Kayamanan Ng Lahi will be sharing this dance as a symbol for continued solidarity and healing always and in all ways at the 61st annual L.A. County Holiday Celebration. Tune in December 24 at 3:00 PM. PST on PBS SoCal to enjoy a diverse lineup of L.A.-based artists including many past favorites and some exciting new talent! Find out more at holidaycelebration.org. @musiccenterla
•••
Rebroadcast Dates:
Dec 24 at 7 pm PST on PBS SoCal 1
Dec 25 at 12pm PST on KCET
Dec 25 at 8 pm PST on PBS SoCal 2
•••
We are honored to offer a contemporary representation of dances of the indigenous peoples of Southern Philippines that we call “Sounds of Harmony”. We’ll be featuring a medley of dances where sounds are offered up in thanksgiving of life’s milestones, of nature’s wonders, of a bountiful harvest–with the soft ringing bells, shaking of shells, rustling of leaves, clanging of gongs, and stomping of feet. Together, the joyful noise becomes a visual and aural harvest of healing and peace – our wish for all during this holiday season!

#knlfolkarts #TheMusicCenter #WeBelieveInArts #HolidayCelebration #LAHolidayCelebration #losangeles
#losangelesarts #dance #philippinedance #philippineculture #philippinefolk #filipinofolk #culturaldance #filipinoartisans #parol #christmas #pasko #musiccenterla #holidayperformance #kadaltaho #tboli #aroundla

Sohten and Thalak are male and female celebratory dances from the Subanon of Zamboanga del Norte. The dance displays a dramatization of the strength and stoic character of the men, juxtaposed the grace and agility of the women. The sound of the dried leaves is supposed to please the deities into granting their wishes. Among the Subanons, the sound and movements of rattan leaves of this dance are said to have driven away bad spirits and hearten the good spirits to give them good tidings and good health. SHARE this post with someone you want to send good tidings and good health 🌾🌾🌾 [Resource: Ramon Obusan Folkloric Group]
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Kayamanan Ng Lahi will be sharing this dance as a wish for good health always and in all ways at the 61st annual L.A. County Holiday Celebration @musiccenterla. Tune in December 24 at 3:00 PM. PST on PBS SoCal to enjoy a diverse lineup of L.A.-based artists including many past favorites and some exciting new talent! Find out more at holidaycelebration.org.
•••
Rebroadcast Dates:
Dec 24 at 7 pm PST on PBS SoCal 1
Dec 25 at 12pm PST on KCET
Dec 25 at 8 pm PST on PBS SoCal 2
•••
We are honored to offer a contemporary representation of dances of the indigenous peoples of Southern Philippines that we call “Sounds of Harmony”. We’ll be featuring a medley of dances where sounds are offered up in thanksgiving of life’s milestones, of nature’s wonders, of a bountiful harvest–with the soft ringing bells, shaking of shells, rustling of leaves, clanging of gongs, and stomping of feet. Together, the joyful noise becomes a visual and aural harvest of healing and peace – our wish for all during this holiday season!

#knlfolkarts #TheMusicCenter #WeBelieveInArts #HolidayCelebration #LAHolidayCelebration
#losangelesarts #dance #philippinedance #philippineculture #philippinefolk #filipinofolk #culturaldance #filipinoartisans #parol #christmas #pasko #musiccenterla #holidayperformance #sohten #thalak #aroundla

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