• Staircase, 1977
    Photo Print
    by Tony Remington

  • Pasig Trike, 2018
    by Tony  Remington

  • Al Robles, 2018
    by Tony Remington


September 29 – October 7

Taiko Art Show

Formed 50 years ago in 1968, by Grandmaster Seiichi Tanaka, San Francisco Taiko Dojo is proud to be a part of history as the first taiko group created outside of Japan.

We're celebrating the 50th anniversary in style with an art show, bringing together visual art, culture, and music to raise money for SFTD's International Taiko Festival this November!

Featured Artists:
Nicc Balce
Jamie Borja
Ashley Boyd
Eric Broers
Aggie Cheung
Tim Chow
Robert Forehand
Chitvan Gupta
Samantha Jo
Yannan Connie Kang
Samia Khalaf
Edgar Kim
Eunjung June Kim
Alice Koswara
Irena Kuo
Weihsuan Lai
Chaowat Lertsachanant
Ubin Li
Shiu Pei Luu
Roberto Yoiti Maki
Kat Reilly
Emil Salim
Celeste Schulte
Naveen Selvanathan
Scott Simons
Terry Song
Duanghathai Ferrari Sotthisaowaphak
Manaporn Srisudthayanon
Charles Suwannaporn (Cotton the First)
Tanta Vorawatanakul
Lewei Wang
Linnan Ye
Madeline Zuluaga
Jane Cassidy
Jake Hallstrom


October 9 – November 2

Launching Point: Portraits of the Manilatown Manongs and Other Works

1:00 pm–6:00 pm

"Launching Point" is an exhibition of photographs and paintings by Tony Remington representing work created from 1977 to 2018 in both San Francisco and the Philippines, with a special emphasis on portraits of San Francisco's historic Manilatown residents.


Manilatown Heritage Foundation at the International Hotel Manilatown Center

Southeast Asian

The mission of the Manilatown Heritage Foundation is to promote social and economic justice for Filipinos in the United States by preserving our history, advocating for equal access, and advancing our arts and culture. The Manilatown Heritage Foundation's core program is to maintain the legacies of San Francisco's historic Manilatown neighborhood and the 1977 International Hotel Eviction by maintaining the International Hotel Manilatown Center as both a memorial to these legacies and as a multipurpose art gallery and performance space for artistic expressions relevant to today's community.



(415) 291-0175
United States
868 Kearny Street, San Francisco, CA 94108


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