Workshop explores art of surroundings

Learn to make feng shui work for you during a downtown workshop from 6 to 7:30 p.m. today, led by Sharissa Chun.

Feng shui is the ancient Chinese art of placement. By properly placing and arranging things in your surroundings, you can enrich the quality of your life.

Even if you don't achieve love and prosperity as practitioners promise, its principles ensure your home will be a sanctuary and treat for the eyes.

There is a $25 fee. Call to RSVP and find out location. Call 536-4229.

Proposals sought for Pacific Isle videos

Pacific Islanders in Communications is seeking proposals for "Pacific Spots 2005," short, personal digital video works that explore Pacific Islander cultural identity and shed light on the Pacific Islander experience.

The deadline for proposals is Feb. 25. Up to five works will be selected.

Thought-provoking projects about an authentic portrayal of the Pacific Islander experience with lengths between 30 seconds and two minutes will be considered and must be completed and delivered by Aug. 30.

Most genres, including drama, comedy, animation and mixed genre, are welcome. The work must be budgeted at $5,000 or less.

Applications and guidelines are available online at www.piccom.org or by calling Gus Cobb-Adams at 591-0059, ext. 16, or faxing 591-1114.

Completed works will be offered for national public-television broadcast during Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in May 2006.

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