Artwork credits: Apollo Rey Ikan
GET TO KNOW
A RICH AND
KUBŌ stands for KULTUR BAYANIHAN ŌSTERREICH
It celebrates the Filipino experience through cultural traditions, art & dialogue.
It is inspired by the Filipino spirit of communal unity called bayanihan where people come together to lift and support one another towards a common goal.
It was born from the desire of young people in Austria to be seen, heard, and understood as authentic storytellers of both their Filipino heritage and their European home.
at your service
YOUR MOM’S FAVORITES
MOTHER HEN & ADVOCATE OF PINOY EXCELLENCE
OUR TOKEN WHITE BOY & TECH MASTER, ADDICTED TO LECHON AND OTHER FILIPINO FOOD
PR LADY WHO CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT CHILIS AND SWEARS IN 8 LANGUAGES
Marilyn Velasco Magoo
POWER PINAY, PROBABLY HAS A DOUBLE TO WORK EVERYWHERE AT THE SAME TIME
BLOGGER AND EVENTS FAIRY ON THE SIDE. WOULDN’T BE HERE WITHOUT FILIPINO POP CULTURE
LAW LOVER BY DAY, PARTY PLANNER BY NIGHT. PANSIT BIHON DEVOURER ALL HER LIFE.
Christel Joy Gaño
LIGAYA APPAREL FOUNDER, SR. ANALYST AT DELL. MY TITOS & TITAS KNOW NOTHING ABOUT LIGAYA APPAREL
MAGICIAN IN HANDLING THE ARTIST BRUSH AND PROFESSIONAL IN VIDEO EDITING, QUIET BUT POWERFUL AS ALWAYS
CREATED KA-SAMA, A PLATFORM CELEBRATING FILIPINO HERITAGE, JOLLIBEE FANATIC
Niña Lili Lerch
@hypersuso – ALWAYS LIVES IN HER STUDIO AT “DIE ANGEWANDTE”
EVENT MANAGER, ARTIST, PUN MASTER, AND COLORFUL LOUDMOUTH
RESIDENT ACADEMIC & SOON TO BE DOCTOR OF SOCIOLOGY
- Aivee Rhayne
- Alfonso Joaquin
17.00 – 22.00 H
FRIDAY, 1 SEPT
10.00 – 22.00 H
SATURDAY & SUNDAY
2 & 3 SEPT
Sentro ng Kultura at Wika ng Austria at Pilipinas/Center for Austrian and Filipino Culture and Languages (Sentro) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization, and non-political association. Its main goal is to highlight the importance of both cultures for the identity of children and youth. It was established in Vienna in 2010 by Arlene Castañeda and has been directed by her ever since.
Sentro’s members are volunteers. They are full-time professionals, yet they provide their talents and free time to support the association’s projects and activities, such as Tagalog language classes, cultural presentations, lectures about the Philippines and the Filipino community in Austria, webinars, summer camps, and fundraisers, among others.