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Looking for ways to get your friends into the eco-friendly life? Bring them to this fair

Simple: Zero Waste Holiday Pop Up Market is a gathering of natural and eco-friendly brands, zero waste warriors, healthy food products, speakers and makers to help you in your pursuit of a sustainable lifestyle. Ready your eco bags, utensils, and reusable containers, take your family and friends to discover new ways to live, shop and eat more sustainably this Christmas season.

Explore the glory and misery of Manila urban life at this exhibit

Inspired by the Japanese Ukiyo-E woodblock prints of the Floating World, Manila Ukiyo-E is an artwork series created by Filipino artist Marius Black. In these works, he portrays both the glory and misery of the daily urban life of Filipinos living in Manila. Marius Black is an independent comic book artist and painter along with her wife Guada in their tandem art group Kuro Saku.

More foods, clothes, and gift items at Origin Fair’s last run this year

Origin Fair is a weekend fair for local entrepreneurs to showcase their businesses. In its last run for 2018, there will be more food, more clothes, and more gift items.

Artist Jose Tence Ruiz and acclaimed illustrator DengCoy Miel is having a two-man exhibit

Toggle: Engage-Disengage is a two-man exhibit by Jose Tence Ruiz and acclaimed illustrator DengCoy Miel. The two artists will present new works in mixed media of a
vascillating discourse between two different locations scrutinizing the specifics of the
past and the future of our agonized present. In this era of uber convenience where we
toggle into an indifferent ambivalence, we find ourselves oscillating between the
excesses which are now prevalent, as well as between the virtual and the real.

This bazaar will help you give thoughtfully this holiday season

SOUQ’s Holiday Pop-Up is a whole-day family affair where you’ll get to meet the makers behind several online brands like SoaperStar, which formulates beautiful and fun bath products using premium natural ingredients; Aluna, a handbag line that fuses tradition with modern design using indigenous textiles from the Philippines and Columbia; and Sitara Vintage, resort wear specializing in bold prints and chic Indian Fabric. 

Watch 28 movies from European countries for free

Now on its 21st year in the Philippines, Cine Europa will run from Dec. 7 to 16 at Shangri-La Plaza. It will be featuring 28 movies from 16 European Union Member States (Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom) as well as Norway.

Do your last minute Christmas shopping at Noel Bazaar 2018

The longest-running holiday bazaar in the metro is celebrating its final leg in SMX Convention Center, Pasay City on December 14 to 23, 2018. It’s your one-stop shop for Christmas décor, toys and novelty items, apparel, footwear, bags and accessories, skin care and beauty items, and even packed and ready-to-eat food items. For more information, contact 372-7023 to 25.

Sign up for this in-depth course on Philippine history and culture

The Museum Volunteers of the Philippines (MVP) is conducting its annual comprehensive history course to explore the rich history and fascinating culture of the Philippines.

The course is divided into five modules over a span of twenty weeks. Students will meet each Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. from Sept. 26 to Mar. 20, 2019 with breaks for national public holidays.

Registration is now open. For course fee and registration details, send an email to [email protected] and visit their Facebook for more information.