Events

Dagyang, Videoke, Paupas: How Baylehans Are Known Today

joseph batcagan

Nothing is as quintessentially Ilonggo as the ‘baylehan’. Come at me, but you know this to be true. In essence, the baylehan encompasses two things Filipinos are mostly known for: our capacity for folk ingenuity, and the urgent need to have fun at all costs. It’s particularly true for the latter; why do you think.. Read more

Make Communities, Not Just “Scenes”

joseph batcagan

Artivism [iloilo]: Social Media and Society (Huring-huring)

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Best Moments of Urban Baylehan 2017 (as Seen by Us)

project iloilo

Another year, another Urban Baylehan in the books by Project Iloilo. It’s been a tiring weekend not just for us organizers and volunteers, but also for the venue staff and stallholders who had to “hold the fort” along with us. And of course, we also have to address the very big elephant in the room:.. Read more

Your Yearly Reminder on Why a ‘Bayle’ May Make Things Better

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That Time a Frenchman went to VIVA ExCon

marc belloni

Ilonggos Share Creepy School Stories for ‘Pista Minatay’

joseph batcagan

Iloilo is where the macabre gets celebrated as actual holidays. As proof, we’ve got a man who played ‘Hudas’ and hung himself for real during a Good Friday. And we haven’t even gotten to the bloody taltal yet. So, it shouldn’t come as exaggeration that one of the holidays that can actually rival Christmas in.. Read more

So You Wanna Negosyo?: Stories from Ilonggo Entrepreneurs on the Front Lines

joseph batcagan

Project Iloilo Episodes S01E04.5: PechaKucha Mini-episode

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