Table Time: an event where we gather to discuss relations and race dynamics within our fellowship. I am truly grateful because I realize there are few to no other organizations at school that really discuss barriers to being a multiethnic community.
This week's Encounter was spent building Caregiver Kits for AIDS/HIV caregivers in Swaziland. It was amazing to encourage the fellowship to stand with people fighting for justice through selfless love on the other side of the world. This chalk drawing represents our decision to partner with them in the fight against the epidemic.
This photo features responses from our Encounter on justice and the gospel, and how we play a role in bringing God's heart for social justice into a reality. It was a powerful night featuring a lot of artistic responses, more photos below!
My friend Asha performs to spoken word artist Propaganda in a piece called "Justice and the Gospel," with Duke Ellington and John Coltrane's "In A Sentimental Mood" in the background.
Here is my fabulous boss pictured with the members of Filipino-American acapella group: "The Filharmonic," they were on The Sing Off on NBC!
The guys were really sweet and extremely talented, one of them goes to USC and is in the same school I'm in!
The USC Fisher Museum of Art, where I am a proud intern (!), had our opening reception for our new exhibition "Triumph of Philippine Art" and it was wonderful! From delicious catering to a visit from the Philippine Consulate General, it was one of those nights where I literally kept thinking "Ilovemyjobilovemyjobilovemyjob!"
Winding down my night by finding new acoustic artists on YouTube. Andrew A Garcia performs "Sunday Morning" in this screen shot that serves as the photo of the day. I love the passion that these artists put into remixing covers and the vulnerability of uploading their performances online.