WHERE WE ARE
Dalumpinas Oeste is located along the La Union coastline, the same stretch of beach shared by the nearby thirty-kilometer shoreline of Northern Luzon's surftown: San Juan; the surf spots of Bacnotan, Carille, Luna, and Urbiztondo; and, other secret spots, we're not going to name.
COAL FREE LA UNION
SAY NO TO COAL
We harness the power of our creativity, the strength of our creative culture, and the integrity of generating content that impacts society positively, immediately, to Prevent a disaster from happening.
There are plans to build a Coal Plant in Luna, La Union, and we intend to use our creativity, our collective power, to celebrate, honour and preserve what we're fortunate to have.
This coal plant will not be built. Not on our watch.
LET'S KEEP LA UNION'S DANCE ALIVE
Two dance artists from big cities, meet and merge in La Union to create a raw, intimate and powerful dance by the sea, as tribute to nature’s generous healing qualities.
Keep La Union's Dance Alive. Say No To Coal.
Ea Torrado, Filipina choreographer and founder of Daloy Dance Movement, is a believer in dance as a path to healing and self-compassion. Beverly Redi, contemporary choreographer of the New York-based REDi Dance Company, is an advocate for interpersonal understanding, using a wide range of performance tactics to inspire healing connections.
The two danced at Clean Beach Coffee, a place that supports environmental causes, green initiatives and sustainability. With Cinematographer Chino Neri, co-founder of Kurrent Multimedia Productions, who creates insightful, meaningful and socially relevant content, this short dance film is formed. Apart from celebrating the beauty of nature, this collaboration serves as a call to action, driven by the need to spread the message of urgency to preserve our waters, our natural resources, our environment.