Creative Baguio Exhibition Hub was opened in Baguio City last Feb. 10 at Malcolm Square. The exhibit will run from Feb. 10 to 24, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. The exhibit features indigenous crafts and folk arts like weaving, woodcarving, and silver craft. The Exhibition celebrates the traditional art of the Cordilleras and Baguio City as a Creative City.
The 20 pavilion looks amazing, and there is also a wooden structure (installation/sculpture) in the middle of the exhibition. I like the use of wood and architectural elements in the design of the exhibition. The logo was designed by National Artist BenCab.
Things to do
There are scheduled performances by local performers every afternoon. There is also a cafe and a creative hub. You can get portrait or caricature sketched by local artists. There are also traditional tattoo artist, you can get either a permanent or a henna tattoo. If your planning to visit Baguio don’t forget to check Creative Baguio Exhibition Hub. Malcolm square is located Lower Session Road.
Read more: Baguio City Travel Guide