BAYBAYIN BASIC WORKSHOP


January 16, 2019 at 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

100-A, K-6th Street, East KAMIAS, Quezon City 100 K-6th, East Kamias, Quezon City, Philippines

(0905) 455 8765

ginhawaprograms.gavino@gmail.com



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EVENT #: 40908

EVENT DESCRIPTION

BAYBAYIN BASIC WORKSHOP


- Experience to write your name, the names of your family and friends in Baybayin

- Balance the left brain thinking and right brain creating  

- Be in a space of reflection about you and your culture this 2019


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Baybayin is a traditional writing system of early Filipinos. History reveals that almost everyone in the pre-colonial era – children and adult, women and men from different economic status can read and write long before Spain colonized the group of islands known today as the Philippines. Like a family heirloom passed down from generation to generation, Baybayin can be considered as a living legacy of the Filipinos’ rich cultural heritage.

(NOTE: for waze direction...make sure it is EAST KAMIAS, not kamuning)

FEE:
P600 – on or before January 10, 2019
P700 – at the gate

LIMITED SLOTS (up to 8 participants)

RESERVATION and other DETAILS:
0905-455-8765
ginhawaprograms.gavino@gmail.com
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FACILITATOR:
Mnifred Gavino - a senior facilitator of GINHAWA, Inc., a non-government organization that integrates creativity and spirituality at the service of well-being. She is the originator-main facilitator of GINHAWA Baybayin Creativity Workshop-Classes that provide a space especially for the young to rediscover and reconnect to the Filipino ancestral heritage.

She is an artist-teacher-facilitator and has developed and co-developed sessions on creativity and culture, indigenous/nature sound-movement and healing, expressive arts and self-care to various groups. She is a part-time faculty of the IFRS teaching Oriental Healing Arts, Folk and Contemporary Dance, Asian Games and Modern Sports to Filipino as well as Asian college students.

Has learned about Filipino culture and spirituality though childhood experiences living in a rustic town of Northern Luzon as well as from indigenous elders and cultural scholars.




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EVENT LOCATION

100-A, K-6th Street, East KAMIAS, Quezon City 100 K-6th, East Kamias, Quezon City, Philippines
January 16, 2019
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
(0905) 455 8765

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