Epekto Art Projects

Epekto meeting at Lake Merritt
Epekto meeting at Lake Merritt
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Mural making at Stanford campus
Mural making at Stanford campus
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Kim Arteche's installation
Kim Arteche's installation
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Presenting at Univ. HI at Hilo
Presenting at Univ. HI at Hilo
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Artist's group show at Burnt Rice
Artist's group show at Burnt Rice

at the Wailoa Art Center

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Live painting at Kalayaan 2016
Live painting at Kalayaan 2016
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Group show at OACC art reception
Group show at OACC art reception
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Carla Catalina with her three art pieces
Carla Catalina with her three art pieces
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Carlo Ricafort with his painting
Carlo Ricafort with his painting
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Exhibiting at I-Hotel Manilatown
Exhibiting at I-Hotel Manilatown
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Exhibiting at Blackball Universe
Exhibiting at Blackball Universe
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First group show
First group show

Pop up space during Oakland's First Friday.

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"Epekto" is a Tagalog word meaning: reaction, effect or result. 

 

Epekto Art Projects is a contemporary Filipinx visual artists collective that I began in 2011. I wanted to see what other local Filipinx American artists were doing, little did I know how robust and great of a community I would find.

The artists in this group are all located in the Bay Area. We have shown throughout San Francisco, Oakland and also in Hilo Hawaii. As a collective we strive to cultivate a community for Filipinx artists, supporting each other’s development through exhibiting, resources, and forming connections. We’ve also hosted panel talks and live mural projects as a way to connect with our community.