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4th Likhandula fest goes online

Expect meaningful collaborative performances and more from artists around the world as Likhandula goes online in its fourth year.

The Arts Research and Training Institute in Southern Tagalog, Incorporated (Artist, Inc.), one of the new regional partners of Cultural Center of the Philippines, in partnership with the Japan Foundation and Linang Arts and Culture Network, is bringing the annual Likhandula festival via online platforms on Nov. 25-29, 2020.

Likhandula International Arts Exchange and Collaboration is a gathering of artists, cultural workers, performers, cultural collectives, performing ensembles, theater companies, arts managers, and cultural organizers from the Philippines and countries such as Japan, South Korea, Thailand, India, and the USA. 

Locally grown arts groups such as Tanghalang Pilipino, Sining Banwa, and Ang Grupong Pendong will also join the festival.

With this year’s theme of Collab: Imagined Spaces and Multiple Voices, delegates engage in the production of contemporary art genres and come up with creative outputs that speak of their various cultural and artistic backgrounds and experiences.

Creative talks, workshops, joint performances, creative outputs, and virtual exhibits are in store for Likhandula 2020.

Because of the risk that the pandemic has brought to everyone, the 5-day festival is going to be held online. Nevertheless, Likhandula still aims to serve as a platform for conversations about art and culture practices among different members of the creative community, and to share imageries and realities towards inclusivity.

Visit Likhandula’s official Facebook page for more information here: https://www.facebook.com/LIKHANDULA/. You may also contact them through their official email address at [email protected]

Topics: Arts Research and Training Institute in Southern Tagalog Incorporated , Cultural Center of the Philippines , Japan Foundation and Linang Arts and Culture Network
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