1st Kabilin Fest – Programme

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6-10 AM Tindak Sugbo (Bike Cebu)

Suroy sa Kabiling Publiko (Bike Tour of Heritage Public Spaces & Buildings)

6:00 AM – Registration & Painit (Free Light Breakfast)

6:30 AM – Start of Bike Tour at West Gorordo Hotel

                                                            

1-4 PM Heritage Workshops at the MoNA

West Gorordo Hotel

TRADITIONAL TOYS

Learn How to Make Traditional Toys with PJ & Delfin

Mayflower Inn Living Traditions Program

TRADITIONAL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

Try your Hand at Making Simple Folk and Traditional Instruments

with Filo D’Oro Artists

TRADITIONAL PUPPETRY

Learn All About the World of Puppetry

with Multi-Awarded Puppeteer Pierre Famador

PUSO (Hanging Rice)

Learn How to Weave Puso with Allen Carteciano

West Gorordo Hotel Living Traditions Program

SAWSAW

Learn How to Make Healthy Salad Dressings using Local Fruits and Vegetables

with Ananda Marga Wellness Center

MALONG

Learn the Art of Dressing with Malong

with the Sunrise Festival 2013 Maharlika Artists

DULA, MUGNA, ISTORYA (Play, Work, Story)

with St. Michael’s Play Garden

Steiner Waldorf Education in Cebu

TAMBOL & OTHER PERCUSSION INSTRUMENTS

Listen and Dance to the Beat and Learn More About the Fascinating World

of Ethnic Percussions

with the Sunrise Festival 2013 Maharlika Artists

“SUGBUANONG AWIT”

Enjoy Visayan Songs

with Sistemang Pilipino Inc.

& Guitarist Lemuel Inanoria of the Cebu Guitar Foundation

BAYBAYIN

Learn to Write in Baybayin (Pre-Spanish Writing System in the Philippines)

with Young Baybayin Advocate Carlo Enad

VISAYAN FOLKLORE READINGS

Listen to Visayan Folklore Storytelling

by Psychology Volunteers on Bikes

Under the Guidance of Local Folklore Expert Professor Madrileña de la Cerna

“KABILIN: ISIP TAWHANONG KATUNGOD”

Learn & Interact with Human Rights Lawyer Atty. Yvonne Artiaga

Topic “Access to Heritage as a Human Right”

TINDAK SUGBO (BIKE CEBU)

Watch a Documentation of the Natural and Cultural Heritage of Cebu

Presented by the Psychology Volunteers on Bikes

INTERNATIONAL CRAFT WORKSHOP “FUROSHIKI: The Japanese Art of Wrapping with Fabric”

with Visiting Japanese Craftsperson Misa Eguchi Imai

                                                            

4:30 PM Official Launch of the

PAULINA CONSTANCIA MUSEUM of NAIVE ART [MoNA]

The Following Young Culture Keepers are our Honored Guests:

  • Dennis Sugarol (Choral Music)
  • Mary Rose Maghuyop (Dance & Theatre)
  • BUDOY (Music & Bisdak Culture) 

*Local Snacks to Follow

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Dr. Madrileña “Madz” de la Cerna

Dr. Madrileña de la Cerna earned her PhD in History major in Philippine Studies at the University of the Philippines and is the director of the Central Visayas Studies Center.

She is an expert on Philippine folklore and has conducted heritage fora, cultural workshops, and cultural mappings.

Furthermore, Dr. de la Cerna has also written Cebuano folk stories and continues to translate books and other forms of literature to Cebuano to take part in the spread of awareness of our rapidly forgotten folklores.

Pierre “Pikoy” Famador

Pierre Famador is a multi-talented Cebuano tattooist, puppeteer, and sculptor.

He also excels in digital art and uses technology and computers as a medium to create matte paintings, animations, illustrations, and character designs.

Pierre’s artwork captures the beauty of the Filipino culture through art whether it may be on paper, skin or canvass.

His masterpieces convey messages to the Filipinos that speak of our identity and of the heritage that binds us to our motherland.

Dominic “Madhu” Asio

Dominic Asio, or “Madhu” as he is known by his Ananda Margi name, is known for his talent in performing Traditional Mindanao music.

Born and raised in Davao, Madhu uses the kulintang and the djembe in expressing his musicality.

He marches to the beat of his own drum and drives away nightmares with his own dreamcatchers.

As Ananda Marga Cebu’s resident artist, he wields his talents towards conserving Mindanao’s local culture and preserving the Filipino identity.

2nd Kabilin Fest – Programme

2nd KABILIN FEST
Int’l Museum Day & Heritage Celebrations
17-18 May 2014

Paulina Constancia Museum of Naîve Art [MoNA]
West Gorordo Hotel, Gorordo Avenue
Cebu City, Philippines

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May 17, Saturday
Kick-off Presentation

6 PM – Opening of “Moments of Motherhood”                                           
Traveling Mixed Media Art of Paulina Constancia
(Indonesia-Japan-Thailand-Malaysia-Singapore-Philippines)

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May 18, Sunday

6-9 AM Tindak Sugbo (Bike Cebu)
“Suroy sa Care Services for Aged, Women & Children”


1:00 to 4:30 PM
2nd Kabilin Fest Interactive Workshops and Talks

  1. DULA | TRADITIONAL TOYS & GAMES

– Learn how to make traditional toys: Shatong, Sigay, Karatong
– Learn how to play traditional Filipino games: Sungka, Lastikohay, Tubig-Tubig, Bato-Lata

  1. PAGKAON | TRADITIONAL FOOD

– KAKANIN : Learn how to make Filipino snacks
– PINOY VEGETARIAN: Learn how to make vegetarian Dinuguan, Kare-kare, etc.
– AYSKRIM: Learn how to make traditional Filipino ice cream

  1. HUNI | TRADITIONAL MUSIC

– Learn how to play Ukelele
– HUNI SA DUYAN : Learn how to sing Filipino Lullabies and Folk Songs
– TRADITIONAL MINDANAO MUSIC: Learn how to play Traditional Mindanao Instruments

  1. MUGNA | ARTS & CRAFTS

BORDA: Lean how to stitch your initials

  1. TAWHANONG KATUNGOD | HUMAN RIGHTS

– An Overview of the Rights of Women & Children in the Philippines
– An Overview on the Violation of the Rights of Children in Cebu
– An Overview on the Violation of the Rights of Women in Cebu

  1. KASUGIRAN | FOLKLORE

Utok Pinoy: Ngano Kaha? – Pinoy Satire written by Edna Lee

  1. PAGBATON SA KABILIN | CULTURAL CONSERVATION

TINDAK SUGBO: The Bike Culture of Cebu

  1. SUWAT | ANCIENT WRITING

PINTADO ART (Tattoo Art): Get your traditional Filipino henna tattoo

  1. DEFENSA | TRADITIONAL MARTIAL ARTS

ARNIS: Philippine Martial Arts

  1. AMUMA | TRADITIONAL HEALING

HILOT

4:30 End of Workshops

Snacks & Closing Ceremony

Awarding of COMMUNITY CULTURE BEARERS

  1. Dominic “Madhu” Asio
    Traditional MINDANAO MUSIC
    Maharlika Artists Writers Federation
  2. Pierre “Pikoy” Famador
    Traditional Puppetry and Tattoo
  3. Dr. Madrileña “Madz” de la Cerna
    Philippine Folklore Specialist
    University of the Philippines Cebu