Alaga – Lupa – Kapwa



Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 11 AM – 6 PM
Mandala Park 
Good Food Sundays, 438 Shaw Blvd, Mandaluyong City


Join us to creatively celebrate the lands, foods, and legacies that sustain us with a community dialogue & dinner, an interdisciplinary creative gathering & a bazaar of sustainability-dedicated creators



Alagwa: Opening + Healing Circle
Led by: Jen Maramba, Natividad “Nati” Nelson, Erma Tindon


Alagwa: A Dialogue w. Womxn in Creative Sustainable Leadership
Featuring: Bea Miso-Crisostomo, Drei Castillo, Lauren Sevilla Faustino, Mara Herrera, Melissa Gibson, Nash Tysmans

**2:45 -4:15**

Alagwa: Intro to Permaculture + Ecofeminism
Led by: Rani Salvadora + Cho Dantes


Alagwa: Community Dinner & Open Storytelling
Meal in collaboration with Me & My Veg Mouth ♥

**All day**

Queer Earth Art Exhibit + Local Bazaar


“Queer Earth” is a series of multi-disciplinary creative works reflecting on the question: how can we holistically care for the earth and one another within the systems of gender & culture we inhabit?

Featuring work by: Cha Roque, Christine Silva, Alex Felicitas, Mara Herrerra, Paolo Dumalao, Hohana Flora Domanais, Sha, Che, Gantala Press

Hosted by PagSibol in collaboration with Good Food Sundays and FringeMNL.

PagSibol is a seeding of connections between artists, healers, growers, and creators of all forms committed to doing conscious, transformative, and justice-driven work, based in the Philippines & Turtle Island. We are dedicated to healing for all by nurturing consciousness around the intersections between political & environmental justice, gender justice, community care, and spirituality.

-Upon request, there will be a space designated for childcare + with experienced childcare volunteer(s)
-Upon request, we will accommodate to dietary needs & allergies in the community dinner
-Upon request, we will try our best to accommodate other accessibility needs
-Upon request, we will try our best to suggest resources to clarify terms used in our event description

All events are by donation with suggested donation of 100-150.
No one turned away. All donations go toward covering the cost of programming and community dinner ♥

If you would like to connect, volunteer, or have questions, we would love to hear from you at

Alagwa: Alaga – Lupa – Kapwa is a living workshop, a gesture of seeding well being for future generations by remembering and re-creating the legacy of our ancestors’ practices around community care, political organizing, gender justice, sustainability & spirituality. By opening up compassionate conversations about what “gender”, “justice”, “spirituality”, and “sustainability” might uniquely mean for each of us, we hope to support accessible, conscious, fun & inclusive learning in the spirit of community healing.