A big and heartfelt thank you to everyone who helped out, attended our events, and made Project Glocal's Manila leg a memorable journey.
Transi(en)t program is now signing off.
|An upside down city.|
|The cauldron as genie granting us a glimpse of a city long gone.|
|Map of Escolta's activated spaces.|
Walk through begins at the farthest end--there on the tippity top.
|Talks and workshops are scheduled |
at the College of St. Benilde's School of Design and Arts.
|The artist as bartender.|
|Tools of the trade.|
|Po Chih Huang mixes history and art and turns it into a really nice drink.|
|The laboratory at TEOFF in Escolta.|
|A first timer leaves his mark on Po Chih's lab wall.|
|Sounds like a band name. But we really just rock!|
|You know where to find us.|
|In Plaza Miranda|
|The Black Nazarene attracts believers from all walks of life.|
|The Hidalgo Underpass is now an almost clean but well-lighted place.|
|This house is more than a hundred years old.|
|The ticket to Bahay Nakpil is in the form of a cedula |
to keep up with the Katipunan theme.
|Students from Adamson University gifted this reconstruction model plan |
to the Kapitbahayan sa Kalye Bautista.
|From Dayang Yraola's Facebook.|
|From Marika Constantino's Instagram|
|Glocat and Roborats. From Jessel Duque's Instagram|
|Marika Constantino and Anjo Bolarda are working it until the sun goes down.|
|Curator Dayang Yraola, Yukie Mitomi and artist Umeda Tetsuya at 98B.|
|Umeda Tetsuya adds his doodle on the artists' wall at 98B.|
|Kok Yoong Lim shows still captures from Super Corridor, |
where footprints were recorded at 3AM, when nobody was physically there.
|It was a full house at 98B.|
|Dayang Yraola and Kok Yoong Lim|
|Wing with the student interns, Marika Constantino of 98B and Dayang Yraola of Project Glocal|
|Anjo working on The Postcard Shop signage.|
|Turn and smile for the camera, bro.|
|Artist Marika Constantino needs to step up for Transi(en)t Penang.|
|Ms. Julie's son owns The Postcard Shop, |
but is gladly helping us with the work.