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Mandeko Kito Artisan Market at the University of Baguio

Mandeko Kito Artisan Market is being housed by the University of Baguio from June 14 - July 3 from 9:30am to 6:00pm.

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A tourist bought a Bu'lul tote bag and had it signed by Marge DC Gomez. Ms. Gomez from Gallery ErGo sold her exhibited painting for Php75,000.

Quality, locally made, affordable, and authentic products, available at Mand√ęko Kito artisan market. The artisan market is currently being housed by the University of Baguio Centennial Building, it will run from July 14 - July 3, from 9:30am to 6:00pm.

Sala-salamat Baguio Arts and Crafts Collective, Inc. for always inspiring us to innovate and embody 'tatak Baguio' / 'tatak Kordilyera' on our products.

Some of the 'Worthy Budol' I bought are the following:

Habi tote bag, Bu'lul tote bag, and Ocean Jasper/Afghanistan Jade bracelets from Salaysay. Yes! I bought from my own business since 40%-60% of the profit are the royalty fee of the Artist and Historian, and the 5%-10% profit will be donated to the Onjon ni Ivadoy Association, Inc.

A tourist with his Bu'lul tote bag

Minimalist Habi Tote Bag.

Ocean Jasper and Afghanistan Jade

Scented candle and linen spray from The Purple Garden.

Rose scented candle made of soy wax and linen spray

Pine Earrings from Everything is Pine.

Danggling earrings made of Pine leaves

Weaved poncho from Inabel ni Ina.

Sleeveless Abra Habi from Indigo Revival.

Me wearing the sleeveless top from Revival Indigo

TShirt and ref magnet from Gallery ErGo.

Ref magnet made of recycled materials.

Matchy t-shirt with the Php75,000 painting of Ms. Marge DC Gomez of Gallery ErGo.

Stickers, necklace, keychain, earrings, and hat from Butatow Artist Collective.

Mental Health sticker, Inclusive LGBTQIA+ flag sticker, Danggling resin earrings, and Habi hat.

Me and my kaartehan; hat, earrings, and necklace from Butatow.

Keychains from Butatow.

Comb made of resin from Lasting pieces.

Hair comb made of Resin.

Sketchpad from Shane's Random Art Corner.

Sketch pad painted with skull, this one is very special since it was painted by one of my friend's Shane.

Hair clips from Monthly Monsoon

Clouds!!!, hair clips.

Im not an Igorot but I do love their culture and history, makes me proud to be a Filipino.

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