Publications

Here you will find special projects that CA+T has published as limited run editions, such as print editions of the DIALOGUES series as well as future collaborations with artists and writers in print form. We consider each publication a fantastic resource for those interested in Filipino diasporic cultures as well as those interested in owning high-quality and artfully produced limited-run publications. All proceeds from the sales of the publications go towards sustaining CA+T's cultural and educational missions.

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    #100 Days of Resistance

    Various Authors

    The Center for Art and Thought (CA+T) announces the release of #100 Days of Resistance, a virtual “zine” of works by artists responding to and commenting on US President Donald Trump’s first one hundred days in office. The project was curated...

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    Hidden: Absences and Presences

    Various Authors

    As part of a multiplatform curated exhibition series, Hidden: Absences and Presences is a compilation of creative non-fiction from both published and emerging writers. Hidden houses personal narratives that grapple with experiences of absences or...

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    "Confessional"

    Jeffrey Augustine Songco

    Commissioned for CA+T’s virtual exhibition Queer Sites and Sounds, Jeffrey Augustine Songco’s Confessional is the third in a series of photographic prints depicting his recurring "bag head" character. The piece joins the Catholic sacrament of...

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    Migrant Musicians: Filipino Entertainers and the Work of Music Making

    Theodore S. Gonzalves, R. Zamora Linmark, Karen Tongson, Sarita Echavez See

    Each copy of this limited run edition of Migrant Musicians: Filipino Entertainers and the Work of Music Making (150 total) is a beautiful art object: The covers were printed on a hand-fed, hand-cranked Vandercook letterpress at the...

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Night Picture No. 035

Daniel Ballesteros

2017 - 2017 Photograph prints from negatives 10"x12" the artist

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Daniel Ballesteros

b. 1980

Daniel Ballesteros is originally from St. Louis,MO,and has lived and worked as an artist in Santa Fe, NM; Chicago, IL; and New York, NY;before relocating to Oakland, CA,where he currently resides. Daniel is a third generation FilipinoAmerican from an assimilated Midwestern family. Art-making has been critical to the formation of his identity and perceptions. Shortly after histwenty-ninthbirthday he began to explore what it means for him to be a Filipino American through various photography projects. These projectsincluded exploring the Filipino community in New York and New Jersey and eventually flying to the Philippines to photograph the island of Corregidor in Manila Bay.He has been an artist-in-residence at the Woodstock Center for Photography, the Camera Club of New York, Bose Pacia, and theKala Institute in Emeryville, CA. His work has been acquired by private collectors and public institutionsand has been recognized by En Foco and the Magenta Foundation.

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  • Born: Springfield, IL, USA
  • Based: Oakland, CA, USA

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