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Literary fest held set on October
by Danna De Guzman

The upcoming Baguio Dreaming Literary Festival has been ushered in by local artists who performed poetry reading and music at the once abandoned Garden Theater on July 1.

The Ubbog Cordillera Writers organized the event that will lead to the upcoming one-of-its-kind festival, which invites local artists and performers to be part of the first literary festival dubbed as Baguio Dreaming from Oct. 27 to 29.

Baguio Dreaming was proposed by Ubbog Cordillera Writers and granted funding from the National Commission on Culture and the Arts.

The group aims to create an art space where people could experience the city in nostalgic vignettes, producing a dreamlike picture of the city.

Throughout the three-day festival, Ubbog Cordillera Writers will hold different art workshops during the day, and then artists will present different works of art such as poetry, live art, theater, performance art, and traditional performing arts at night.

The Garden Theater will serve as the main venue for the festival, where local performers will present their works simultaneously while the audience choose which artists to engage with and watch.

Designated stages for performers like poets, visual artists, and cultural performers will be set up, transforming the theater to a free and interactive art space.

Other events will also be conducted at Ili likha Artist’s Village and Dangwa Terminal.

Poets, musicians, writers, performing artists, volunteers, and sponsors who are interested to be part of the first Baguio Dreaming Literary Festival may reach the organizers at baguiodreaming@gmail.com or their Facebook page Baguio Dreaming Literary Festival 2017.


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