Issue of November 12, 2017
Mt. Province

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Pasa–Kalye teen artists perform, present works at Ibaloy Park
by Ofelia C. Empian

Young bloods in the arts scene in Baguio called Pasa-Kalye Teens showcased their works at the Ibaloy Park on Nov. 11.

The Pasa-Kalye Teens, composed of senior high school arts and designs tract students of Baguio City High School, led the daylong activity with their counterparts from Saint Louis Center High School, Pines City National High School, University of Baguio and La Trinidad National High School.

“It was fun welcoming these kids officially to our group,” said Maricar Docyogen, the recently elected president of the Pasa-Kalye Arts Society.

An on-the spot-painting session backed by Benguet Eletric Cooperative and BZA Home Arts was after the opening ceremony in the morning.  

A workshop on traditional dance and gong playing was held in the afternoon followed by the closing ceremony that included the distribution of certificates to sponsors of past Pasa-Kalye events. 

Guests, mostly BCHS graduates who are either in a band or folk singers in local bars, did busking.

The Kawiwit Storytelling Initiative was tapped to share stories to younger participants of the activity.

“This is really a good project for our kids as they need the encouragement and guidance from our veteran artists,” said Docyogen who is elated of the city’s inclusion by the Unesco to its list of cities for arts and culture.

“This is a statement that our city is for arts and artists,” she added.

Earlier this week, two of Pasa-Kalye’s more veteran artists launched their exhibit at the Old Baguio Boys on Nov. 7.

Roland Bay-an and Joseph Domirez, Jr. brought their Apache Indians paintings to one of the houses for the all Baguio boys club.

The 1 Nation: Apache Indians Exhibit is a 13-piece display of the two Pasa-Kalye veteran artists, who grew up loving Indian stories and movies.

“We just have this fascination about Indians and the fictional foes, the cowboys,” said Bay-an who grew up in Trancoville.

The Old Baguio Boys is now one of the havens for aspiring artists located within Nevada Square.

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