LOCAL government units and non-government offices in the city have come as one to showcase Baguio’s culture, creativity, innovation, brotherhood and the community spirit. This is a shout out to the world that Baguio and the Cordillera are at par and in commune with the nations of the world!
Welcome to Baguio City and the Cordillera! See the beautiful sights amidst the pine trees and centuries old and historical places, feel the cool breeze, listen to nature, the gongs and untold stories by our elders, feel the spirit of camaraderie, satisfy your gastronomical cravings and curiosity and bring home a bag of Baguio with you that is certainly packed with most cherished memories. Spend your holidays with us and immerse in our rich cultural heritage!
We are glad to have you! See you all here in Baguio and in the Cordillera! #ibagiwfestival #madeinbaguio #baguiocreativecity #UNESCOcreativecity
The cast of the iBAGiW: Jamming on a G-string. The Fashion Show will be on November 22, 6:30 p.m. at the Heritage Hill (Diplomat). Watch out for the collaboration of our local designers and the “Paint Job” band. (Photo by Ric Maniquis)
Tourism operations officer Alec Mapalo, HRAB president Anthony De Leon and Jhen Baltazar (founding president of BLISTT Tourguides, Inc.) lead the ambassadors to the creative crawl. Come and ride the “Soligmay, the Creative Jeepney”. Tour the Cordillera! (Photo by Osharé)
Tinggian / Itneg of Abra, Isneg of Apayao, Bontoc of Mt. Province, Gaddang of Mt. Province, and Ibaloi of Baguio / Benguet (Wilvy’s Habing Katutubo). (Photo by Osharé)
Kiangan of Ifugao, Hingyon of Ifugao, Kalanguya of Ifugao, Ikaling of Kalinga, Kankana-ey of Benguet and Mayoyo of Ifugao (Wilvy’s Habing Katutubo). (Photo by Osharé)
With Mary Ngalawen, passing on the Cordilleran legacy to the youth (Wilvy’s Habing Katutubo). (Photo by Osharé)
Celebrating Cordilleran craftsmanship with pine needles (Everything is Pine) for the APUNAN. Catch them at the International Conference on Southeast Asian Crafts and Folk Art on Nov 18-22 at Romulo Hall, Teachers’ Camp. (Photo by Ronald de Leon)
Innovation and creativity from trash to treasure, “TRASHure”, at the YMCA Design Museum spearheaded by Robert Sison. (Photo by Osharé)
With Erlinda Borromeo (Fashion Arts Autism Benefit - FAAB) founder, Jovi Ganongan (DOT), Helen Tibaldo (PIA Regional Director), and Lissa Sobrepeña promoting the FAAB arts and crafts. (Photo by Osharé)
Young artists of the Fashion Arts Autism Benefit (FAAB) organization with Anthony Legarda (Fashion Designer / Adviser) and Ged Alangui (Arts Adviser). (Photo by Osharé)
Congressman Mark Go and Mayor Benjamin Magalong join us to participate in the city led festivities and holidays (Celebrate Christmas Traditions). (Photo by Osharé)
A taste of the Cordillera in “KAIN NA!” with the leading chefs in the city. (Photo by Osharé)
Brotherhood and camaraderie at Apache’s 80th. Strengthening community ties in the Cordillera. (Photo by Osharé)
November 15, 2019
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