Cebu Literary Festival 2014

| June 11, 2014

Cebu Literary Festival 2014 #cebuLitFest

Friday, June 27, Ayala Activity Center, Ayala Center Cebu

Presented by Cebuano Studies Center and Little Boy Productions

In cooperation with the Arts Council of Cebu, Ayala Center Cebu, 22 Tango Records, Happy Garaje, East West Café, Pepper Lunch, Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, and Shakey’s.

10:30am – Opening Remarks – Hon. Miguel Magpale

10:45am – Talk: Ten Things You Need to Know about Being a Cebuano Playwright in NYC by Linda Faigao Hall

11:10am – Playwrights One on One: Linda Faigao Hall in conversation with Luna Grino-Inocian

11:45am – Presentation: Promoting Reading through Storytelling by Cris Evert Lato of the Basadours

12:00pm – Presentation: Pechakucha by Jay Chiongbian of Pechakucha Cebu

12:15pm – Interactive Demo: Storytelling though Songs by Cattski Espina of 22 Tango Records

12:30pm – Presentation: Promoting Literacy across the Mountains and Seas by Andrew Buenaviaje of iLearners

12:45pm – Presentation: How Stories have Inspired our Art by Mark Deutsch of Happy Garaje, followed by an exhibit of the sculpture “Children and Kings” as inspired by A Game of Thrones

1:30pm – Moderated Conversation: Palanca 101 with Januar Yap, Shane Carreon, Jona Bering, Ian Rosales Casocot and Lilia Tio, to be moderated by Jane Frias

2:30pm – Talk: Seashells, Shorts and the Poetry of History by Lawrence Ypil

3:30pm – Moderated Conversation: How To Get Published with Cebu Daily News’ Eileen Mangubat, Sun Star Daily’s Isolde Amante, The Freeman’s Marlinda Angbetic Tan, and’s Carlo Villarica to be moderated by Chloe Palang

4:30pm – Talk: Cebu As Inspiration To My Writings By Cecilia Manguerra Brainard.

5:30pm – Moderated Conversation: Writing In Diaspora With Cecilia Manguerra Brainard, Linda Faigao Hall, and Lawrence Ypil, to be moderated by Jude Bacalso

6:30pm – Book Launch: The Other(ed) Woman by Hope Sabanpan Yu

7:30pm – Concert: LitFest Jam, a celebration of Cebuano music and poetry featuring performances by 22 Tango Records’ Cattski, The Wonggoys, and Jessica McYorker with the poetry of Ana Escalante Neri, Danessa Alinsug, Ester Tapia, Gilmin Royo Kakilala, Jeneen Garcia, Simeon Dumdum Jr, Estefanio Luceno, Malu Gayamat, Gremer Chan Reyes, Karla Quimsing, Christine Godinez Ortega, and Adonis Durado as read by Michael Karlo Lim, June Rabin, Andi Patena, Joanna Vasquez Arong, Clint Solante, John Paulo Agir, Shiela Pialago, among others.


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