2018-2019. British Council Philippines. Creative Innovators Programme. Fellowship. Manila.
2018-2019. FCCI. Board of Directors. Manila.
2018. Makati Makisalo. Creative Producer. Makati.
2017-2018. Fringe MNL. Creative Producer. Makati.
2016. Pineapple Lab. Artist in Residence. Makati.
2016. fu-GEN Theatre. Hataw. Company in Residence. Toronto.
2014. HATAW. Founder & Artistic Director. Toronto.
- A Homerun! Owner & Buyer. Vintage Boutique & Pop-up Space. (2013-2016)
- Pretty Freedom. Co-Owner & Creative Director. Vintage boutique. (2010-2013)
- Kapisanan. Programs & Outreach Manager. Toronto. (2009-2011)
- American Apparel. District Manager. Canada. (2005-2010)
- Divine Decadence. District Manager. Edmonton. (2003-2005)
- West Elm. Visual Merchandiser. Toronto. (2013-2014)
- Neiman Marcus & Horchow. Customer Care. (2001-2003)
- Shopcaster. Community Manager & Retail Scout. Toronto. (2012-2013)
2019. British Embassy. Film Screening of Lupah Sug. Discussion Panelist. Manila.
2019. Recirculation Revolution. Fashion Revolution PH. Panelist. Makati.
2019. Hubs For Good. Southeast Asia Creative Hubs Forum. British Council. Panelist. Malaysia.
2019. Creative Skills Bootcamp. Thames International. Workshop Facilitator. Manila.
2018. Seminar: Social Inclusion and Sustainability in the Creative Economy. Queen Mary University of London. British Council. Presenter. London.
2018. Design Week PH. Creative Hubs. Guest Speaker. Manila.
2016. Kularts. Dialogue on Philippine Dance & Culture in the Diaspora. Presenter. San Francisco.
2015. Next Day Better. Level up. Guest Speaker. Toronto.
2015. Shopify. Pop-Up Shop Experts. Panelist. Toronto.
2015. Proudly Pinoy. Toronto Catholic District School Board. Filipino-Canadian Role Models. Guest Speaker. Toronto.
2014. Proudly Pinoy. Toronto Catholic District School Board. Guest Speaker. Toronto.
2012. ANAK. Filipino Ingenuity. Keynote Speaker. Winnipeg.
2017. SECRET ON An interdisciplinary exhibit about the current state of Child Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking
DULO x Destiny Rescue gathered artists from different creative fields to work on a collaborative project that aims to raise awareness about an issue that plagues our country, a topic that we are all aware of but do not pay much attention to because we do not realize just how much of a pandemic it is.
2017. AFTER EVE is a joint exhibit featuring "Kalendaryo" by Jodinand Aguillon & Christine Mangosing, and "Tropical Gothic" by VINTA GALLERY creative director, Caroline Mangosing. AFTER EVE highlights the artistic expressions of Filipino immigrants who remain rooted in their culture and represent contemporary Filipino experiences through their unique lenses and narratives. Pineapple Lab.
2017. NO TEA, NO SHADE, NO SHAME is a LGBTQROYGBIV mixer and Pop-Exhibit featuring a selection of the works featured in TEAM Magazine's latest issue, wherein Pineapple Lab's Andrei Pamintuan and Daniel Darwin featured some of their favorite contemporary visual artists that treat the homoerotic experience. Pineapple Lab.
2015. ANANAS is a fruit loop art show curated by Founder of 416gallery, Jimmy Chiale. 416gallery.
2013. SAVE ME is a group art show at 185 Augusta in Toronto’s Kensington Market to support the preservation of Kensington’s unique culture. Currently several major developments are poised to drastically change the market. Save Me will show case a collection of original artwork made by artists living in or inspired by the neighbourhood with proceeds going towards establishing a trust for the preservation of Kensington Market. 2013.
2012. THE PEARL is a Filipino Cultural showcase featuring local Toronto-based artists at Miracle Thieves.
Creative Innovators Film Series (Pineapple Lab)
The Creative Innovators Film Series is part of the British Council’s Call for What’s Your Creative Hub Impact Story? It encourages creative hub leaders to share their inspiring stories of impact in the Philippines. Ten local creative hubs will be selected and their hub leaders will be invited to share their impact stories during the Creative Innovators Fellowship Culmination at Areté Ateneo on 9-11 August 2019. // British Council Philippines
CBC: Creating Contemporary Filipino Folk Dance Magic (HATAW Performing Arts)
Filipino-Canadian dance troupe Hataw only formed in 2014, but as co-founders Jodinand Aguillon and Crista Aguinaldo explain, they've gone from strength to strength, appearing at festivals such as Kultura, playing to large crowds and in viral music videos.
HATAW. CBC. 2016.