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Dioramas of Doom

Visual artist and writer, Igan D’Bayan mounts his toy and artwork exhibition entitled Dioramas of Doom. Aside from the limited-edition sculptures inspired by his “Gothika Filipina” paintings, D’Bayan will also present his own dioramas. The Black Vomits will be performing at the launch. 6:30pm, Mar 5-16.  Secret Fresh Sky Gallery, Ronac Lifestyle Center, Paseo de Magallanes, Makati City.

Malasimbo Music Festival

Jordan Rakei returns to Malasimbo where Quincy Jones presents Alfredo Rodriguez Trio, Apartel, CRWN, Tennyson, Jeck Pilpil and Peacepipe, June Marieezy, Brass Pas Pas Pas Pas, Curtismith, and more. Two nights of music and art in mount malasimbo is fun, as always. Friday pass is at P2,245 and the three-day one is P6,495. Mar 10-13. Villa Malasimbo, Puerto Galera, Mindoro. Website. Tickets start at P2,245

Artisan Cheese Fair

More than 80 kinds of French artisanal cheeses plus cold cuts straight from the French Basque Country will be made available for guests to sample at the Artisan Cheese Fair. The door charge also includes six glasses of wine. Sounds like a promising way to spend a Saturday! 11am-5pm, Mar 18. Long Bar, Raffles Makati. P1,700

Sinag Maynila Indie Film Festival

Heya, Sen. Sotto! Here’s an example of the very many indie fest already in existence. The Sinag Maynila Indie Film Fest is the brain child of Solar Entertainment Corporation and Brillante Mendoza. There are five full-length movies, five short films, and five documentaries that will be shown in five theaters across the city for a week. Here’s the full lineup.  Mar 9-14. SM Megamall, SM North EDSA, SM Aura Premiere, Gateway, Glorietta

Just Add Water + Ink

If you’re an aspiring calligrapher or watercolorist, this event is absolutely for you! A collaboration between Just Add Water and Guhit Pinas Calligraphers, Just Add Water + Ink will stage demos by talented watercolorists and calligraphers, pop-up booths for your art needs, community art wall, art trades, and exclusive workshops free for all! 10am, Mar 10-12. The Podium 12 ADB Avenue, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City. Free registration

Kulang sa Panzine: A zine-making workshop

If you’re curious about the history of zines, what makes them so compelling, and how to make a compelling one swing by the workshop facilitated by Adam David. Among the topics covered are its history, background, how to generate content, finetuning it, and finally production. The workshop fee includes materials, snacks, and just to be legit, a certificate. Sign up before Mar 10 and you’re entitled to an early bird rate of P3,000. More details here. 1pm-5pm, Mar 25. Creative Verve 154 J. Maginhawa St, Quezon City. P3,500

Ang Bandang Shirley’s Favorite Album Launch

And Shirley is back with a new record, Favorite. The band is launching it on the 25th together with Outerhope and Musical Hope. Yo! Entrance is free. 3pm, Mar 25. Blue Bay Walk, Macapagal Avenue, Pasay

Grrrl Meet #1

Grrrl Meet #1 is the first meeting of newly-formed Grrrl Gang, a group of forward-thinking feminists who aims to establish a safe space for women to discuss issues that affect them. There are no speakers, there isn’t a talk—it’s just a casual chitchat where girls can learn from other girls and share their experiences and thoughts. BTW: This is exclusively for women. So to feminist boys, see you later! 9pm, Mar 25. Bulwagang Tandang Sora, CSWCD, UP Diliman. Free entrance

Istorya – A Vintage Appreciation Fair

Are you fond of antique and vintage goods? Istorya will have their vintage appreciation fair that aims to revitalize Filipino history and culture with workshops, demonstrations and stories behind vintage pieces. You can search for vintage cameras, typewriters, bicycles, furniture, vinyl & turntables, stamps, books, telephones, and other vintage stuff at their pop-up marketplace. 11am-9pm, Mar 25. Warehouse Eight 2241 Don Chino Roces Ave. Warehouse 8-B, Makati City. P200

Performatura Festival 2017

Performatura 2017: Sa Loob at Labas ng Bayan kong Sawi is a performance literature festival which showcase oral literature, film showing, spoken word poetry, mini book fair, marathon reading and cosplay contest among others. The 3-day performance literature festival is for free. All you need to do to gain access to the festival is to bring a book in exchange for a day pass. The books gathered will be used for the Cultural Center of the Philippines Aklatang Bayan program. 9am, Mar 31-Apr 2. Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), Liwasang Balagtas, Pandacan, Manila. Free entrance

HEADLINE PHOTO: Elyoo via Grrrl Gang | Facebook

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