DUBBED "Food for the Soul," a two-day curated outdoor bazaar will open Friday, November 20, at the Jardin de Alicia, Casa A. Gamboa in Silay City.
The bazaar was organized to provide a safe venue for local artists and artisans to showcase and sell their creations amid the industry slump due to the pandemic.
It also gives those who crave to enrich and "feed" their souls with the beauty of art.
Featured in the bazaar are several local and invited artists, featuring artworks from print-making, mosaics, paintings, and other mediums – even comic strips.
There will be creations in woodwork, homeware, clothes and cooking ingredients, as well as food.
The bazaar will also have a tasting of wines and spirits offered by Tomadores Negros and a launch of its newest brand of spirits from Italy.
The entrance is free. Visitors are urged to come in rubber shoes and with face masks and face shields.
Social distancing will be strictly observed. (PR)