Lakas Diwa: Strength of Spirit-Consciousness-Soul
October 17 - November 17, 2006
Internationally acclaimed in the Asia Pacific and Philippine art scenes, artist and women's advocate, Imelda Cajipe Endaya, exhibits key works that examine issues embracing cultural identity on one hand as well as the ironies of women's social spaces. The exhibit title "Lakas Diwa" translates as strength of spirit-consciousness-soul and is presented in cooperation with the Anthropology Program of the Department of Sociology & Anthropology and the Filipino League at Seton Hall (FLASH). The artist will also give a talk on October 19 Thursday 4-5:15 pm at the Beck Rooms AB across from the University Art Gallery. These events are also part of the celebration of October 2006 Filipino American History Month.
Image Credit: Left: Magkapatid I, (Solidarity Sisters I), 1999, acrylic on textile and canvas, 200 cm. X 100 cm. Right: Magkapatid II, (Solidarity Sisters II), 1999, acrylic on textile and canvas, 200 cm. X 100 cm. Courtesy of Imelda Cajipe Endaya.