Salamat GSK Goers

Salamat/ Thank you for making MoNA a part of your Gabii sa Kabilin/Heritage Night Adventure.

Below is an image summary of the fun activities on May 25th at the MoNA

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Here are the activities at the MoNA for GSK 2018:

Museum Highlight: FISH-to-FACE Collection
For GSK 2018, the MoNa highlights the collection called Fish-to-Face. The balangays traveled on our pre-colonial seas and under the surface was a rich and diverse marine life.  These were the same species of fish and corals that artist Paulina Constancia encountered on her diving trips in Bohol and Cebu in the 90’s.

It is imperative for us to protect our oceans, home to the families of fish that fed our ancestors, continue to feed us, and hopefully nourish generations to come…

Kanta-Kanta: Community Singing Ocean-themed songs

Tanod-Tanod: Stuff and Decorate a FISH Decor

Isda-Isda: Fish Monoprinting

Pares-Pares: Ocean-themed Memory Card Game

Once again, our deep gratitude for joining us at GSK. See you again next year! But remember, the MoNA is open throughout the year from MONDAY TO SATURDAY – 10AM TO 4 PM (CLOSED SUNDAYS & PUBLIC HOLIDAYS). So come see us again with your family and friends. You don’t have to wait till the next GSK. Ali namo pag-usab sa MoNA!

Note: The FISH monoprints featured on this post were created by GSK goers  at the Monoprinting Workshop at the MoNA on Heritage Night/Gabii sa Kabilin.

 

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Activities Listing for GSK 2017 at the MoNA

We are happy to share with you what we have lined up for this year’s GABII SA KABILIN CELEBRATION at the Museum of Naive Art [MoNA] .

CIRCLES
“Mga Alidong” (Ceb.)
GSK 2017 at the MoNA
West Gorordo Hotel

The circle “alidong” (Ceb.)-a simple closed shape with unlimited possibilities is the focus of our GSK celebration this year. For a fun-filled GSK stop with us, please follow these steps:

  1. Buy GSK ticket
  2. Register
  3. Get the activity sheet for the MoNA TRIVIA BUZZ
  4. “Let’s Dance” Concentric Art Photo Booth
  5. Learn KENDAMA – a traditional cup and ball skill toy
  6. Browse and shop at the Indian Bazaar (Winnia Products International)
  7. Color a Rangoli Design
  8. The Dot – Storytelling, Movement and Artmaking  (Facilitated by St. Michael’s Play Garden, Steiner Waldorf education in Cebu)
  9. TULDOK: Ukulele Sing-along with Venus Seno-Bernaldez of TURTULELE
  10. Watch brief introductory video of the Museum of Naïve Art [MoNA]
  11. Visit the MoNA and complete the TRIVIA BUZZ for a chance to win exciting prizes
  12. Visit MoNA Studio Gallery
  13. Meet and Greet with MoNA’s featured artist Paulina Constancia
  14. Learn about the CEBU- INDIA Cultural Connection     
  15. View the art of our visiting Indian artist Yasha Dabas
  16. View the RANGOLI Art created by Yasha and her workshop participants
  17. Meet and greet with visiting artist Yasha Dabas
  18. Enjoy some FREE LINGIN-LINGIN snacks
  19. Get your TRIVIA BUZZ Activity Sheet checked and claim your surprise gift
  20. Visit our other permaculture-inspired museums:
    Museum of Heritage and Folk Art (MoHFA) at The Mayflower Inn
    Capitol Site, Cebu City
    Museum of Bicycling (MoB) at the Elicon House
    Cor. P. Del Rosario and Junquera Streets

 

Kita-Kita ‘ta sa Gabii sa Kabilin on May 26

Gabii sa Kabilin~GSK (Heritage Night) is happening on Friday, May 26th. We are happy to inform you that we have prepared a very exciting program for this year’s GSK.

The circle “alidong” (Ceb.) -a simple closed shape with unlimited possibilities is the focus of this year’s GSK celebration at the MoNA. Highlighted this year are the concentric works in the museum collection. Workshops and other activities lined up give the GSK goers a chance to explore the world of circles, dots and rangoli. This year MONA also has a special featured artist- Indian naïve artist Yasha Dabas who will share rangoli and Indian arts with us.

We also have another happy news for GSK goers .  This year our sister permaculture-inspired  lodging establishments will be officially opening their in-house museums.

The Mayflower Inn (A Heritage and Permaculture Inspired Hotel ) will be opening the Museum of Heritage and Folk Art (MoHFA). It seeks to promote our diverse cultures and shared humanity. The Elicon House (An Ecological Living Conservation House), on the other hand, will be launching the Museum of Bicycling (MoB). It promotes the bio-psycho-social impacts of bicycling.

Check out the poster below for more info:

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GSK 2016 at the MoNA, Part 12

Thank you so much to all of you who came to join us in celebrating our culture and heritage at the MoNA during Gabii sa Kabilin last May 27. We are glad that we joined forces with other heritage sites in Cebu to bring you a memorable heritage night adventure.

GSK at MoNA summary

1- Flying Hearts Photo Booth
2- Viewing MoNA Intro Video
3- Paulina Constancia Studio Tour
4- Museum Scavenger Hunt
5- With Wings, Will Travel Photo Booth
6- JEEPity Do! – Color Your Own Paper Jeepney Workshop
7-Pine Art Print: Pineapple-Themed Monoprinting Workshop
8-Free Tasting: Local Gelato & Flavoured Milk (Gelato Eliseo)
9- Storytelling with Cathy Miro-Adalim
10- Ukulele Workshop with Regie & Venus of TURTULELE
11- Linusak Making and Free Tasting with Journeys Cafe

Special thanks goes to Junnale Castro and other GSK organizers at RAFI. We also wish to thank all our partners, staff and volunteers for helping us realise this year’s GSK program at MoNA:

  • West Gorordo Hotel (An Essence & Permaculture Inspired Hotel) Management and Staff
  • Journeys Cafe Staff
  • Elicon House (Ecological Living Conservation House)
  • The Mayflower Inn (A Heritage & Permaculture-inspired Hotel)
  • Joel Lee & the Eliseo Artisan Gelato/JME Food Products Corp.staff
  • Regie & Venus Bernaldez of TURTULELE
  • Cathy Miro-Adalim
  • Edna Lee
  • Mishka Watin
  • Michael Wortman
  • Noel Ting of Office Maxx Printing & Finishing Solutions

Here are some photos of the Meet & Greet with international naïve artist Paulina Constancia during GSK 2016.
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GSK 2016 at the MoNA, part 11

Last stop for GSK visitors to MoNA was the LINUSAK Making and Free Tasting with Delia of Journeys Cafe. It’s a very simple recipe but requires a lot of muscle power. Some visitors were brave (and strong enough!) to try their hand at preparing this classic Cebuano snack. Others were just happy to watch and taste.

10-LINUSAK Making

Yum Yum Yum in the Tum, Tum, Tum!  Thank you Delia and Journeys Cafe for teaching us how to make LINUSAK. We hope to practice making this at home.

GSK 2016 at the MoNA, part 10

As you can see in the photos, The GSK young visitors to MoNA often followed their gelato stop with a visit to the storytelling room. And there they were quite entertained with a most animated storyteller-educator Cathy Miro-Adalim.9-Sorytelling with Cathy
Cathy used a photo storybook created by Paulina Constancia, interpreting the Philippine legend of how the sea became salty.

GSK 2016 at the MoNA, part 9

Ninth stop for GSK visitors at the MoNA was the Tasting station of Eliseo Artisan Gelato with free servings of gelato and flavoured milk.

Joel Lee, the CEO of Eliseo Artisan Gelato/JME Food Products Corp was present to answer questions about his new line of fresh milk products.

8-Free Tasting Gelato & Flavored MilkLocal favorites —Tsokolate, Mango, Ube, Macapuno, and Italian classics – Stracciatella Pistachio, Fragola— there was an abundance of delicious gelato flavours to choose from.

Thank you Joel Lee and Eliseo Artisan Gelato/JME Food Products Corp. for generously sharing with us your delicious gelato and flavoured milk products!

Connect with Eliseo Artisan Gelato on Facebook
Call or visit them to learn about their range of products:
Address: 1204 Clavano St., Cebu City
Tel. No. 254 0000

GSK 2016 at the MoNA, part 8

Eighth stop for GSK visitors at the MoNA was the ukulele workshop with Regie and Venus Bernaldez of TURTULELE.

“Lightweight, music heavy”, the catchy slogan of the TURTULELE line of ukuleles is also the nature of a music workshop with this very kind and talented husband and wife duo. Lightweight – they make learning music fun, easy and appealing. Music heavy – you are guaranteed to be heavier when you come out of their workshop as you will have added a feather in your cap – yes, you can play the ukulele! And that’s within 20 to 30 minutes of learning with Regie and Venus.

5- Ukulele Workshop

Four strings, big smiles and a big 4 word hurrah – “I can play ukulele!” Check out the joy on the faces of these GSK visitors at the MoNA… A big, big THANK YOU to Regie and Venus  for sharing your talents and turtuleles with us!!!

Connect with TURTULELE on Facebook
Check out TURTULELE’s  full range of products on their website

GSK 2016 at the MoNA, part 6

Sixth stop for GSK visitors at the MoNA was JEEPity Do! a paint-your own-paper jeepney workshop. It was great to learn about the word origin, history and future of jeepneys. Young and old were so focused in creating their own unique jeepney design.  JEEPity Do participants got to color and laminate as many paper jeepneys as they wanted.  The best part was they got to take them home for GSK show and tell.

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GSK 2016 at the MoNA, part 5

Fifth stop for GSK visitors at the MoNA was the photo booth “With Wings, Will Travel”.1-b With Wings Will Travel Photo Booth

Below is the clay bas relief “With Wings, Will Travel” which inspired this photo booth. It was created by Paulina Constancia while on a creative self-exile in Mexico in 1999.

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Paulina also wrote a poem with the same title to accompany the piece:

We age through our voyage.
Some forever grounded
with excess baggage.

But those who are bright
travel light.
They fly with courage.
Their wings get stronger.
Eventually,
They fly higher.

(With Wings, Will Travel – poem by Paulina Constancia, from her bilingual collection of poetry entitled Brazos Abiertos/Open Arms, Vancouver 2003 )

GSK 2016 at the MoNA, part 4

Fourth stop for GSK visitors was the Paulina Constancia Museum of Naïve Art (MoNA) where they were able to join in a museum scavenger hunt. Many said that it was a very unique way of exploring  and enjoying the museum collection. Winners brought home some pretty cool eco-friendly prizes, like recycled hotel linen shoe bags, recycled tarpaulin pouches, etc.

3- Scavenger Hunt at the MoNA

GSK 2016 at the MoNA, part 3

Third stop for GSK visitors at the MoNA was the studio of international naïve artist Paulina Constancia. Here they had the opportunity to view exhibition and travel mementos, photos, newspaper articles, exhibition posters , paintings in the artist’s personal collection, works in progress. Some even got to meet and greet with the artist who was present during the GSK celebrations at MoNA.

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GSK 2016 at the MoNA, part 1

First stop for GSK visitors at the MoNA was the Flying Hearts photo booth. MoNA guests were all smiles as they posed for this heavenly welcome photoshoot.

This wall/permanent photo booth is inspired by Paulina Constancia’s  painting “Setting A Heart Free”. With an echoing heart birdie cut-out and a pair of wings, GSK visitors at MoNA were able to immerse themselves in the world of Paulina’s flying hearts.

1-a Flying Hearts Photo Booth at the MoNA

Below is “Setting A Heart Free” – the painting that inspired the Flying Hearts photo booth. Now in the private collection of Olive Caday-Fillone. Paulina  created this mixed media piece in Toronto in 2001 for her show PULSO in Yorkville, Toronto.

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MoNA’s Storyline for GSK 2016

This is the first time that the Paulina Constancia Museum of Naïve art (MoNA) is joining the Gabii sa Kabilin (GSK) or Heritage Night.

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And the first assignment for participating heritage sites is to create an individual storyline  based on a given theme.  This year’s GSK theme is “Forging Peoples”

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And below is MoNA’s Individual storyline.

“Civilizations Flourish by Forging Ecological and Cultural Diversity”

Maíz- Mais, Cacao-Kakaw, Piña-Pinya,  Plátano-Saging, Mango- Manga, Hibiscus-Gumamela, Fiesta-Pista, Casamiento-Kasal, Procesión-Prosesyon, Virgen María –Birhen Maria, Cochero-Kutsero, Guitarra-Gitara, Chinelas-Tsinelas, Jeepney-Dyipni, , Salvavidas-Salbabida, Feria-Perya, Escuela- Eskwelahan, Tiangue- Tiangi

These are ecological and cultural imports from China, India, Mexico, Spain and the United States of America. They have been ingrained and assimilated in our environment  and way of life for centuries that they are now part of who we are, what we eat, what we do and how we live. During your visit to the Paulina Constancia Museum of Naïve Art [MoNA] at West Gorordo Hotel, you will  have the chance to see the artworks of Paulina Constancia that depict these symbols, rituals, traditions and celebrations that were forged through ecological and cultural exchange with our colonizers and trading partners.

MONA-GSK magazine feature

Check out Gabii sa Kabilin 2016 Guide, MoNA is featured on page 35.

Come and join us as we celebrate our unique ecological and cultural heritage.  Start your GSK- Heritage Night Adventure at the MoNA and win cool prizes!!!

MoNA joins GSK 2016

MoNA joins GSK 2016
Friday, May 27, 6 pm to midnight

May is a special month at the Museum of Naive Art [MoNA]. We opened our doors to the public in May 2013. That same year we also initiated the Kabilin Fest.
In partnership with various creative practitioners in the community, MoNA endeavoured to give the Cebuano public the opportunity to experience a myriad of interactive cultural heritage workshops under one roof. For those of you who joined MoNA’s Kabilin Fest 1 (2013) & Kabilin Fest 2 (2014), thank you so much for sharing your time and talent with us to celebrate our heritage. 

We are happy to inform you that this year MoNA will be joining the greater community of museums and heritage sites in Cebu in the 10th Gabii Sa Kabilin which happens on May 27, 6 pm to midnight.

Come start your GSK Heritage Adventure with MoNA and you will have the opportunity to:
1. Join a Scavenger Hunt
2. Listen to Storytelling of Myths and Legends
3. Make An Original Pineapple Monoprint at our Pine Art Print Workshop
4. Be Part of a Paulina Constancia Painting at our Photo Booth
5. Visit the Studio of Paulina Constancia
6. Participate in LINUSAK Making & Tasting
7. Learn to Play the Ukulele with Venus & Regie Bernaldez of TURTULELE
8. Paint your own Paper Jeepney
9. Taste Local Gelato and Flavoured Milk, courtesy of Eliseo Artisan Gelato/JME Food Products Corp.
10. Meet & Greet with international naïve artist Paulina Constancia

Come and join us as we celebrate our unique ecological and cultural heritage. Win cool prizes!!!

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Snapshots from the 2nd Kabilin Fest- Part 2

It was a wonderful opportunity to enjoy our heritage and culture as a community. Thank you to all the facilitators and workshop participants at the 2nd Kabilin Fest. The joyful and memorable celebration would not have been possible without your enthusiastic support.

  • Event details: 2nd Kabilin Fest, Sat. May 17 & Sun. May 18, 2014                 International Museum Day & Heritage Celebrations                                          Presented by the Paulina Constancia Museum of Naïve Art and West Gorordo Hotel Cebu City, Philippines

Today we continue with our  SNAPSHOTS from the 2nd Kabilin Fest (Part 2)
Day 2 – May 18


3. HUNI / TRADITIONAL MUSIC

  • Learn how to play Ukulele                                                                          Facilitator: Cebu Ukulele
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Paul Caca and fellow members of the Cebu Ukulele facilitating Ukulele workshop at the 2nd Kabilin Fest

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Learning is fun with the Cebu Ukulele facilitators

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Ah, recital naman dayon! Special Performance by the participants of the ukulele workshop at the 2nd Kabilin Fest led by ukulele maestro Paul Caca

  • Huni sa Duyan : Learn how to sing Filipino Lullabies and Folk Songs            Facilitators: Jedi Singco and Johann Singco
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Pinoy lullabies and more with Jedi and Johann

  • Traditional Mindanao Music: Learn how to play Traditional Mindanao Instruments Facilitators: Maharlika Artists Writers Federation & Ananda Marga Wellness Center
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Learning about Traditional Music and Dance with Madhu and friends

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Yes, Mindanao traditional dance is not as easy as it looks.

  • SURPRISE ‘HUNI’ Presentation : The TINDAK SUGBO jingle
    Composed by Joel Lee , Performed by Joel Lee & Friends
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The TINDAK SUGBO jingle – Composed on May 17th, performed on May 18th during the 2nd Kabilin Fest afternoon program. Yes to a more liveable Cebu! A big Yes to Bike lanes in Cebu!

4. MUGNA/ ARTS & CRAFTS

  • BORDA: Lean how to stitch your initials                                                       Facilitator: Allen Carteciano of West Gorordo Hotel’s Living Tradition Program

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5. TAWHANONG KATUNGOD / HUMAN RIGHTS

  • An overview of the Rights of Women & Children in the Philippines                   Presentor: Atty Yvonne Artiaga
  • An Overview on the Violation of the Rights of Children in Cebu                      Presentor: Children’s Legal Bureau
  • An Overview on the Violation of the Rights of Women in Cebu                        Presentor: International Justice Mission

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    TAWHANONG KATUNGOD “Human Rights” interactive talks with special focus on the rights of women and children.
    Presented by Atty. Yvonne Artiaga and representatives of Children’s Legal Bureau and International Justice Mission

6. KASUGIRAN / FOLKLORE

  • Utok Pinoy: Pinoy Satire written by Edna Lee                                                Readers: Pegie Adlawan & Delfin Buno of The Mayflower Inn’s Living Traditions Program, Concordia Lawas & Edna Menguito of West Gorordo Hotel’s Living Traditions Program
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Our animated readers of UTOK PINOY
(L-R) Concordia Lawas, Edna Menguito, Pegie Adlawan and Delfin Buno

7. PAGBATON SA KABILIN / CULTURAL CONSERVATION

  • “TINDAK SUGBO: The Bike Culture of Cebu”                                                Facilitators: Psychology Volunteers on Bikes

8. SUWAT/ ANCIENT WRITING

  • PINTADO ART (Tattoo Art): Traditional Filipino henna tattoo                               Tattoo Artists: Pierre Famador, Rainville, George Escalona, Dextah Rastah, Govinda
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Pierre Famador leads group of tattoo artists promoting our ancient writing system Balangayan as well as doing henna tattoos on demand at the 2nd Kabilin Fest

9. DEFENSA / TRADITIONAL MARTIAL ARTS

  • ARNIS: Philippine Martial Arts                                                                      Facilitator: Jonas Botoy of Elicon House Living Traditions Program
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On the left is arnis facilitator Jonas in action

10. AMUMA / TRADITIONAL HEALING

  • HILOT                                                                                                         Facilitator: Capitol Parish Massage Therapists/foot reflexologists  
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Kabilin fest attendees being massaged at the lobby of West Gorordo Hotel during the Kabilin Fest

Snapshots from the 2nd Kabilin Fest- Part 1

It was a wonderful opportunity to enjoy our heritage and culture as a community. Thank you to all the facilitators and workshop participants at the 2nd Kabilin Fest. The joyful and memorable celebration would not have been possible without your enthusiastic support.

Here are some photos from our 2nd KABILIN FEST community celebration at the MoNA:

  • Event details: 2nd Kabilin Fest —Sat. May 17 & Sun. May 18, 2014                          International Museum Day & Heritage Celebrations                             Presented by the Paulina Constancia Museum of Naïve Art and West Gorordo Hotel Cebu City, Philippines. 

  • May 17, Saturday Kick-Off Presentation                                                                     6 pm –Opening of “Moments of Motherhood”                                              Traveling Mixed Media Art Exhibition of Paulina Constancia                             (Indonesia-Japan-Thailand-Malaysia-Singapore-Philippines)
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Short film intro to the Moments of Motherhood collection

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Paulina inviting folks to share their favourite Moment of Motherhood with their Mom or child

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Some of those who shared insights and experiences that night:
(L-R) Dr. Madrileña de la Cerna, Alma Mia Garcia and Debbie Arteaga

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Viewing, Mingling and Enjoying the Moment at the MOM opening

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Fabulous table setting and yummy vegetarian food by JOURNEYS Café

  • May 18, Sunday 6-9 AM TINDAK SUGBO (Bike Cebu)                                    “Suroy sa Care Services for Aged, Women & Children”                                6:00 AM – Assembly                                                                                               6:30 AM – Start of Bike Tour at West Gorordo Hotel                                          *FREE Painit & Prizesupon return from Bike Tour
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Photo taken early May 18 in front of West Gorordo Hotel just before the TINDAK SUGBO community bike ride

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Free Lugaw for all!

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TINDAK SUGBO – Bike for Life
Pedaling Towards Sustainability
Promoting Bike Culture in Cebu as well as crusading for bike lanes in the city

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Warm-up & Stretching before the bike ride with Yoga instructor Jeanne Torrefranca

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150 bikers of all ages participated

1:00 to 4:30 PM  INTERACTIVE WORKSHOPS & TALKS


1. DULA/TRADITIONAL TOYS & GAMES

  • Learn how to make traditional toys: Shatong, Sigay, Karatong                  Facilitators: Alex Alicamen of West Gorordo Hotel’s Living Traditions Program and Junie Rosima of The Mayflower Inn’s Living Traditions Program

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  • Learn How to Play Traditional Filipino Games: Sungka, Lastikohay, etc. Facilitators: Marlon Torrefiel of The Mayflower Inn’s Living Traditions Program Concordia Lawas of West Gorordo Hotel’s Living Traditions Program

2. PAGKAON/ TRADITIONAL FOOD

  • KAKANIN : Learn how to make Filipino snacks                                            Facilitator: Zed Lee of Journeys Café
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Kakanin Demo by Journeys Café

  •  PINOY VEGETARIAN                                                                                          Learn how to make Pinoy vegetarian dishes like Dinuguan & Kare-kare             Facilitator: Science of Identity Foundation
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Free Pinoy Vegetarian Buffet for all
YUMMY & HEALTHY!
Big Thanks to Dong Secuya and our friends in the Science of Identity group

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That refreshing concoction was incredibly delicious!

  • AYSKRIM: Learn to make traditional Filipino Ice Cream                                  Facilitator: Joel Lee of Gelato Eliseo: JME Food Products
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Live Ice Cream Making Demo by Pinky of Gelato Eliseo

This concludes Part 1 of  Snapshots from the 2nd Kabilin Fest

Thank you for making the 1st Kabilin Fest a success

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Thank you to all those who have so generously shared their talents at the 1st Kabilin Fest (Heritage Festival organized by the Paulina Constancia Museum of Naive Art [MoNA] on the occasion of its launching on International Museum Day) last Saturday, May 18. Here are some photos of the wonderful moments we shared as a community…

  1. Tindak Sugbo (Bike Tour of Heritage Public Spaces) led by Psychology Volunteers on Bikes
  2. Traditional Toys Workshop with PJ & Delfin of Mayflower Inn
  3. Traditional Musical Instruments Workshop with Filo d’Oro
  4. Traditional Puppetry Workshop led by Pierre Famador
  5. PUSO Weaving Workshop led by Allen of West Gorordo Hotel
  6. Sawsaw Workshop led by Ananda Marga Wellness Centre
  7. Tambol and Malong Dressing Ritual Dance led by the Sunrise Festival 2013 Maharlika Artists
  8. Dula, Mugna, Istorya -St. Michael’s Play Garden
  9. Sugbuanong Awit sing along with Guitarist Lemuel Inanoria
  10. Sugbuanong Awit and More with Sistemang Pilipino, Inc.
  11. Baybayin Workshop with Carlo Enad
  12. Visayan Folklore Readings, under the guidance of Professor Madrileña de la Cerna
  13. Access to Heritage as a Human Right with Atty. Yvonne Artiaga
  14. Parents as Transmitters of Culture with Grace Fereros
  15. International Craft Workshop: FUROSHIKI with Misa Imai from Japan
  16. Launch of the Paulina Constancia Museum of Naive Art [MoNA]

Below are the individual photos of these wonderful events/activities of MoNA’s Kabilin Fest 2013:

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Tindak Sugbo (Bike Tour of Heritage Public Spaces) led by Psychology Volunteers on Bikes

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Traditional Toys Workshop led by PJ and Delfín of The Mayflower Inn

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Traditional Musical Instruments Workshop led by Filo d’Oro

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Traditional Puppetry Workshop led by Pierre Famador

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PUSÓ (Hanging Rice) Weaving Workshop led by Allen of West Gorordo Hotel

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SAWSAW (Dips & Sauces) Workshop led by Ananda Marga Wellness Centre

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Tambol and Malong Dressing Ritual Dance Workshop led by Sunrise Festival 2013 Maharlika Artists

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Dula, Mugna, Istorya (Play, Creation and Stories) led by St. Michael’s Play Garden

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Sugbuanong Awit Sing-Along led by Guitarist Lemuel Inanoria

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Sugbuanong Awit and more led by Sistemang Pilipino,Inc.

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Baybayin  (Our island’s ancient system of writing)  Workshop led by Carlo Enad

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Visayan Folklore Readings under the guidance of Professor Madrileña de la Cerna

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Access to Heritage as a Human Right Lecture by Attorney Yvonne Arteaga

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Parents as Transmitters of Culture Interaction with educator Grace Fereros

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International Craft Workshop: FUROSHIKI (Traditional Japanese Art of Wrapping with Cloth), workshop led by visiting Japanese volunteer craftsperson- Misa Eguchi Imai

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Official Launching/Opening of the Paulina Constancia Museum of Naïve Art [MoNA]

The MoNA is part of the cultural stewardship program of West Gorordo Hotel, Cebu, Philippines