Frank Rabon For HITA Lecture

23 January 2018 — (Hagåtña, Guam) As part of its monthly HITA lecture series and in connection with its exhibition, “Treasures of FestPac,” the Guam Museum welcomes Master of CHamoru Dance Frank Rabon to discuss his research of ancient CHamoru dance and modern indigenous expressions, Saturday, January 27, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. at the Guam Museum Indoor Theater.  

Frank Rabon is the founder of Taotao Tano’ Cultural Dancers and a renowned traditional dance teacher, recognized in our island community and on the international stage.  He is a also a recognized participant of numerous Festivals of Pacific Arts.  He has devoted his life’s work to re-creating and re-establishing indigenous sources for CHamoru dances and chants.  The Guam Museum is honored to welcome this Master and respected teacher.  Rabon will present an in-depth history of his research, while also defining some of the movements used in certain dance reconstructions.  

Admission is free to the public, but seating is limited.  For more on Guam Museum public programs or its exhibitions, contact the museum at 989-4455 or visit  

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