Last weekend, Parkfest PH was somehow the event of the month for the people who love arts and crafts.
This is only a teaser post about the happiness and craziness that happened during the weekend. Volunteers had their fare share of good vibes and sharing the love and passion for arts and crafts as well. Kate Quebrar, who is part of KFK Collective who won the Art BGC Mural Contest, was there as well even if she’s still injured. She continues to share her radiant personality through crazy antics. With us also is Ate Roie, she has a day job in one of the famous hotel establishments in the metro and doubles as a make-up artist and a calligrapher!
The whole stretch of May 28-29, 2016 was filled with mixed emotions. Clearly, it was a joyous event and seeing people who were enjoying and appreciating the art installations found in Nayong Pilipino (in Luneta Park) really made me feel proud about our artists.
This video was captured by Maan Agsalud who manages Type Kita, a community for those who likes / appreciates / does / makes letters dance, illustrates words and expresses some thoughts through illustrating, writing and anything related to the letters. Together with her sister Roma Agsalud, who co-owns Common Room PH and one-half of Pop Junk Love, they were able to make Parkfest PH happen!
Soon, I will blog about the whole event and the whole Parkfest PH experience. Cheers to the wonderful team behind it! I cannot name you all but kudos to you for sharing your time and precious talent to us, aspirants and fans!
Support and love local artists!