Community Mondays | Mingei International Museum

Join the PASACAT Philippine Performing Arts Company as they share their dances with stories about bringing Philippine dance from village to stage. Dance critics have lauded PASACAT as a touring professional company—from mimicking animals to worship and rituals, PASACAT's dances have evolved into art and serve as a looking glass into the past. Get an exclusive preview of the upcoming Filipinos of South Bay Exhibit which will include the PASACAT story and its 52-year history.

PASACAT’s performance is funded in part by the California Arts Council Cultural Pathways Program and the County of San Diego Community Enhancement

Ticket price details: Guests will be served tastings of lumpia and the summer dessert halo-halo.

  • $20 General Admission Seats Pre-Sale Tickets by August 5
  • $30 General Admission Seats Purchased after August 5
  • $35 Reserved seats second row
  • $100 Sponsor Reserved Seats in first row

Be sure to purchase your tickets early, seating is limited in the Museum's La Atalaya Foundation Theater.

About PASACAT- Philippine Performing Arts Company In November 1970, PASACAT became the first formally organized Philippine Dance Company in San Diego. "Pasakat" is a Philippine Folk Dance, but in San Diego, it became "PASACAT," when the acronym for the Philippine American Society and Cultural Arts Troupe was formed.

Today, PASACAT's mission is to preserve and promote Asian Pacific culture through the arts, thereby, extending goodwill and enhancing cultural understanding.

Support PASACAT’s Mission


Cristina Godinez

Plan your Visit

The Museum and Shop Mingei are open Saturday-Wednesday from 10am-5pm and Thursday & Friday 10am-8pm.