From Manila to Manitoba
Manitoba Museum presents first-ever exhibit on Filipino immigrants
See the “Filipino-Canadian Oral History Exhibit – From Manila to Manitoba” at the Manitoba Museum from June 19 to Sept. 26. ANAK researchers and designers who worked on the project (left to right): Kezia Malabanan, Luis Enriques, Darlyne Bautista, Daisydee Bautista, Ricardo Reyes, Katrina Castillo, Johsa Manzanilla, Maureen Justiniano, Ma. Monica De Castro. Not in photo: Janellyn Marcial and Symmone Ochoa. (Photo by Symmone Ochoa)
WINNIPEG – From Manila to Manitoba is a new exhibit at the Manitoba Museum this summer that offers a glimpse of the Filipino immigrant’s past and brings it to the present. A must-see for all of us here in Winnipeg, the exhibit takes visitors as far back as the early 1960s with never-before-seen portraits, documents and replicas of artefacts that will stir up fond memories of when the first Filipino immigrants settled here.
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