Kearny Street Workshop and Pearl Ubungen dancers and musicians premiere
Galang, Gloria, creator
Asian Americans--Housing--California--History--20th century
Filipino Americans--California--Social life and customs
Kearny Street Workshop
San Francisco (Calif.)--Buildings, structures, etc.
The poster features a photomontage of manongs (elderly Filipino immigrants), the International Hotel, the top of the Transamerica
Pyramid building, and a portrait of Felix Ayson. The text states, "Kearny Street Workshop and Pearl Ubungen Dancers & Musicians
Premiere, I-Hotel/The Fall, A community-based, site-specific dance theater work created to commemorate the 20th anniversary
of the tenants of the International Hotel. The last vestige of Manilatown. These performances are part of a week of activities
organized by the Committee to Commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the Fall of the International Hotel. At the site of the
former International Hotel: Jackson and Kearny Streets, San Francisco, CA. August 8/9/10, 1997, 8pm/930 pm, late show with
projected images. Design: Gloria G. Galang, Photos: Crystal K.D. Huie, Jim Dong, Calvin Roberts, Ken Miller." The text colors
are red, black and white. Overall the poster has a red tint.
General Physical Description note:
17 x 11 in.
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