Celebrate Women’s Month At These Events in The Metro
by Maria Romero, March 21, 2019 3:07pm
Art by Dani Elevazo
There’s no better way to celebrate this empowering month than joining these events that uplift womankind!
Maker's Market at Central Square
When: March 23 to 24, 10 am
Where: Central Square, High Street Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
Kick off the early summer with lots of handmade and homegrown goods in this bazaar—from little trinkets and knickknacks to beautiful art pieces, accessories, and decor for your home! Meet each product’s makers and know how their skills and passions produce their crafts. If you’re a maker who wants to join, sign up online.
South Arts Festival
When: March 23 to 24, 9 pm
Where: The Filinvest Tent, Spectrum Midway, Filinvest City, Muntinlupa City
After Art Fair Philippines and Art in the Park, artists from the south are now preparing for the third installment of "South Arts Festival" featuring hundreds of artworks from the cities of Muntinlupa, Laguna, Parañaque, Las Piñas, and Cavite. The best thing about this is it’s free!
For more information, visit the event page on Facebook, or follow the South Arts Festival on Facebook and Instagram.From the Lens of Eve: Photography Exhibit
When:March 20 to 31, 11 am
Where: Level 1, Main Wing, Shangri-La Plaza, Mandaluyong City
Come see the world and be filled with awe and wonder, experience the earth and all its beauty From The Lens of Eve! This exhibit features the works of Annabelle Chavez, Lauren Malcampo, Mrae Orden, Jen Perez, and Maryanne Mendoza.
Yogi Fair: A Vegan Food Festival
When: March 23 to 24, 8 am
Where: Plaza Cristo Rey, Poblacion, Makati City
Celebrate the Yoga lifestyle with this two-day vegan festival promoting a vegan lifestyle. Expect booths of your favorite Filipino meal transformed to vegan forms and eco-friendly products and other reasonably priced handcrafted creations by Pinoy art-repreneurs. "Yogi Fair" is Nityalila Saulo’s brainchild. If you want to be a merchant, sign up online.
Gold In Our Veins by Mark Lewis Lim Higgins
When: February 21 to May 26, 9 am
Where: Ground Floor Lobby, Ayala Museum, Makati City
Gold in Our Veins is a story of re-imagined history through a series of portraits inspired by the ancient histories of Indochina, the East Indies, and the Philippine Archipelago along with Ayala Museum’s collection handpicked by Mark Lewis Lim Higgins himself to expand the exhibition’s narrative.
Free Women in Leadership Lecture: Dr. Reinabelle Reyes
When: March 23, 9 am
Where: National Museum of the Philippines, Padre Burgos Ave, Manila
Smash gender-related issues with National Museum’s Women Leadership Lecture Series featuring Dr. Reinabelle Reyes, a Filipina astrophysicist who proved Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity on the cosmic scale. Aside from her noteworthy achievements, she is also an advocate of science research in the Philippines as she continues to work on encouraging and engaging the community in science through education.
The activity is free but there are only limited seats available. To pre-register, call the Museum Services Division at (02) 527 0278 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HerStory 4: Passion/Project
When: March 23, 8 pm
Where: Commune, 36 Polaris St., Poblacion, Makati City
Spend a night of music and poetry with CT/FX Creatives’ "HerStory: Passion/Project" with spoken word performances from Angela Pamaos and Kristine Torres of LAPIS ArtCom, music from Blessie Azul, music and tarot card reading by Karlen Fajardo aka WoahKay, a very special belly dance showcase from Reign and Rachel, and The Loudmouth Collective!
Now on its fourth installment, this event pays tribute to the countless women who, through their efforts and aspirations, paved the way for women’s rights, broke glass ceilings, and led the march towards a future filled with hope. If you want to perform your spoken word piece, sign up online.
Film Screening at Cinema Centenario
When: March 22 to 24
Where: 95 Maginhawa Street, Teachers Village East, Diliman, Quezon City
Reserve your ticket for the screening of: Alimuom, Ang Pangarap Kong Holdap, Bar Boys, Born Beautiful, BuyBust, ELISE, Hintayan ng Langit, Liway, Marry, Marry Me, Patay Na Si Hesus, The Girl In The Orange Dress, and Sakaling Hindi Makarating at Maginhawa’s indie hub! Tickets are at 200php each. In celebration of women’s month, students can now enjoy films at Cinema Centenario for 150php only from Monday to Thursday. Just present a valid ID to avail the discount. A Screen Writing Workshop with Dwein Baltazar also happens on Saturday!
For more information, call +63 945 5367054 or visit Cinema Centenario on Facebook.
- Inside Manila Weekend Guide
- Maker's Market at Central Square
- South Arts Festival
- From the Lens of Eve: Photography Exhibit
- Annabelle Chavez
- Lauren Malcampo
- Mrae Orden
- Jen Perez
- Maryanne Mendoza
- A Vegan Food Festival
- Yogi Fair
- Mark Lewis Lim Higgins
- Dr. Reinabelle Reyes
- Free Women in Leadership Lecture
- HerStory 4
- Cinema Centenario
- Weekend Guide