Monday, March 12, 2018

Where a ‘baji’ breaks her silence, flowers bloom

Rolaine B. Uy, Executive Director of the Bohol Chamber of Commerce and Industry, points to her work made just for the Baji Exhibit 2018 “Take Off” (Oil on canvas, 32x34 inches)

...butterfly wings flutter, as a soft breeze wafts through, whizzing: listen. Lightnings crack, thunders roar, as ravens cry in flight, cawing: listen, listen, take notice. Where the ‘baji’ artists break their silence, canvases are stretched out and slathered with colors, brushes gliding through, deliberately scraping: look, listen, take action.

Friday, March 2, 2018

Baji breaks the silence in their annual women's month arts showcase

The event poster is designed by Matet Fornolles Galarido and features Beryl Lupot. Both are Baji artists.

The Baji Arts Collective joins the global silence-breaking movement as they launch their annual Women's Month arts exhibit headlined "Breaking the Silence" this 5PM, Sunday, 4 March 2018 at the 2nd Level (near Globe) Island City Mall.

The exhibit will run for two weeks, until the 17th of March 2018.

The Baji Arts Exhibit 2018 is supported by Island City Mall and the Center for Culture and Arts Development (CCAD) of the Office of the Governor of the Province of Bohol.

Sunday, February 25, 2018

“Bohol-Buhol” comes to Bohol

“Bohol-Buhol 5”, group exhibition of Boholano artists, February 22 to March 3, 2018 at the 2nd floor of the Island City Mall, Tagbilaran City.

The eponymous exhibit which gave Boholano visual artists the space to showcase their works in distinguished galleries in the country’s major urban centers, “Bohol-Buhol”, now on its 5th outing, comes to Bohol for the first time to pay homage to the mother island.

Sunday, February 4, 2018

Guimbawan sa Batuan 2018

Guimbawan sa Batuan 2018 is Batuan's yearly festival in honor of the Sto. Niño.

Sunday morning, 28th of January, there was an unusual hustle and bustle in downtown Batuan, Bohol. While its famous roadside attraction, the ShipHaus, still drew in the usual selfie-stick-toting tourist-types – elsewhere in the poblacion, around the market, the municipio, the plaza, and the ogee-arched parish church, brimmed with people, young and old, excitedly awaiting the start of Batuan’s own Sto. Niño fête, the Guimbawan Festival.