NUMEROUS visitors from all walks of life flocked to the Cultural Center of the Philippines on Sunday to watch performances and join activities for families and children at the Pasinaya Open House Festival.
More than 3,000 artists from community-based and school-based artistic groups participated in the 2016 CCP Pasinaya. Workshops, film screenings, lecture-demonstrations, exhibits and storytelling activities were likewise held in addition to the performances. Partner institutions including the Metropolitan Museum and Museo Pambata on Roxas Boulevard, National Museum on P. Burgos Drive, Rizal Park, Casa Manila and Bahay Tsinoy in Intramuros, 1335 Mabini Gallery in Ermita Manila, Museo Marino, UP Manila Museum of A History of Ideas, and the Film Development Council of the Philippines Cinematheque Manila opened their doors to the public for Pasinaya.
Pasinaya is the biggest multi arts festival in the Philippines featuring the participation of thousands of artists and hundreds of artistic and cultural groups. It offers to the public on a unique “Pay what you can, See all you can” donation scheme the opportunity to enjoy a sneak preview of the CCP performance season. (Photos by Kiko Cabuena)
Press release from the Cultural Center of the Philippines