KSW Co-sponsors the Alvarado Project
Jan 1, 1998
The Official Newsletter of Kearny Street Workshop
KSW will work with members of the Alvarado Project to present Through My...
A JOURNEY BACK IN TIME
May 1, 1999
Photographer’s daughter shares history ‘through her father’s eyes’.
By Monica Sagullo
Daly City, Calif. – What began with a curious daughter...
MEMORIES OF THE MANONG
Jan 6, 2002
Memories Of the Manong
By Susan Mandel
In the middle of a field, two little boys in matching plaid flannel...
"With eyes all American"-Ricardo Ocreto Alvarado's pictures of Filipinos in the U.S. capture an enduring story. HOLLY MYERS - Special to The Times
Jul 8, 2004
The images of Ricardo Ocreto Alvarado (1914-1976), a Filipino immigrant and prolific amateur photographer, tell a familar story.
Most Americans claim...
PRESS RELEASE: OCTOBER 2007 “Through My Father’s Eyes: The Filipino American Photographs of Ricardo Ocreto Alvarado (1914-1976)” to commemorate Filipino American history month
Sep 17, 2007
Media Contact: Steve Kech (415) 203-0137 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Alvarado Project Presents Photography
Exhibition on Filipino American History
at Hiram Johnson State Building
PRESS RELEASE-SEPTEMBER 2008: NEW AMERICANS MUSEUM, SAN DIEGO FEATURES FILIPINO AMERICAN EXHIBIT..."We are proud to present this moving collection," said Executive Director Gayle Hom. "It is a worthy tribute to our Filipino population."
Aug 27, 2008
For Immediate Release: August 21, 2008
Toni Robin: 858.483.3918
Gayle Hom: 619.255.8908
High Resolution Photos Available
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The Alvarado Project, a non-profit founded in 1998,
is headed by Executive Director Janet Alvarado. The
Alvarado Project has an advisory board.
About the Exhibit
This groundbreaking show will be the first exhibit
presented at the Smithsonian Institution to highlight
the Filipino American community and the work
Since 1998, The Alvarado Project has existed on limited and scarce resources. The project is dedicated to bringing the first