The first ever BIMP-EAGA festival of cultures, features the diversity of creative expressions of cultural masters and artists while raising awareness and fostering appreciation on the landscapes, life-scapes, and aspirations of the peoples of the region.
The five-day festival is composed of various lectures, workshops, performances, shows, exhibits, and other events.
During the festival, participants will witness the iconic markers of the region through interactive exhibition. Lectures and fora are set to discuss the tensions of tradition and modernity embedded in the images of the region.
Meanwhile, master weavers will share a special pavilion that will illustrate how context shapes the mastery of techniques over natural resources. Visual artists, on the other hand, will display outdoor installations and other art works.
To make the whole experience even more immersive, special tour packages are set to awe visiting guests and tourists.