Monday , January 17 2022

Pasakalye Street Artists at the 2018 Baguio Creative Festival


The Pasakalye Artists Group is doing it again, this time the Baguio Creative Festival media preview in Dominican Hill. This group of artists of their testant demonstrated painting at a spotting event and a space between 10 a.m. and 12 noon.

While media guests have a tour of the art installations in Dominican Hill, 16 best artists finished their paintings top within two hours. The event was part of the activities for the opening day of EntaCool Baguio 2018, known as the Baguio Creative Festival.

Pasakalye Artists Show us How I've done

The painting painting is spotted at the location and location by Davies Paints Philippines. Photo by Liezl F. Dunuan

Pasakalye is a group of local artists who are well known for their street art usually held during the weekends. Through the leadership of Maricar Docyogen, local entrepreneur and owner of Bookends, an old bookshop, the group was formed in 2016. The group aims to help promote the work of local artists.

Since then, members of the group have made numerous art exhibitions and events, which include painting sessions at the venue and pencil sketch sessions.

For the launch of the Baguio Creative Festival this year, the following artists took part in this talent show: Fredi Agunoy, Ged Alangui, Julian Almirol, Roland Bay-an, Roni Cabilla, Buddy Cabrera, Mario Calub, Joseph Domirez Jr., Eric Egualada, Resty Lopez, Wigan Warren Nauyac, Gilbert Rafer, Tor Sagud, Arcely Talicuad, Willie Teves, Jonathan Villabos.

Buddy Cabrera shows us how he has done. Photo by Liezl F. Dunuan

Baguio veteran artist Roland Bay-an. Photo by Liezl F. Dunuan

Private Sector Support for Arts

Like most creative events during the festival, private sector support is key in shaping the painting at the location and location. Local paint maker, Davies Paints Philippines, provided the paint materials for Pasakalye artists.

Ms mentioned. Kath Mendiola of Davies Paints has long been supporting art initiatives in the Cordilleras. This started with the Stobosa Project in La Trinidad. This was followed with their support for Jose Jose's Tinatik's installation in 2017. They also support the Education Department's Eskwela Brigada initiatives.

Ms. said. I wonder they are excited and very happy to be among the sponsors of Baguio Creative Festival. Baguio has long been known for his artists, so they believe that such a festival will certainly flourish with such creativity in the city.

For more information about the festival, visit the Creative Baguio website.

Colorful artwork by local artists. Photo by Liezl F. Dunuan

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