Tuloy Po Kayo!, the CCP’s largest online multi-arts open community festival, is not just a place for learning in/about the arts (Palihan) and engaging performances (Palabas). Through its Arts Exchange (Palitan) component, it is also a venue for business-to-business exchanges and networking opportunities for Filipino artists and performing groups to expand their reach beyond Philippine borders.
Happening on March 19 and 26, 2021, Palitan aims to make both local and international partners and stakeholders aware that the Filipino creative works and products still continue amid the enforced quarantines.
A platform to introduce and promote talented Filipino artists, Palitan has different activities the public can engage in.
There will be a virtual booth for exhibition and business meetings for artists and performing arts companies to establish possible future partnerships with various stakeholders including international partners from the Department of Foreign Affairs, Philippine Embassies, Philippine Consulates, the Department of Tourism and its overseas offices, international programmers, arts impresarios, and festival organizers.
Each arts company will be available via their company zoom account when guests visit their virtual booth exhibit. For schedules, click here.
There will be pre-arranged business meetings between confirmed performing arts companies and participating international partners and stakeholders, too.
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The arts company will present or pitch their works and/or productions in a one-on-one interaction with international partners, arts programmers, arts impresarios, and festival organizers.
From 2 to 4pm on March 19 and 26, there will be streams of various productions of the participating performing groups via the CCP Arts Education Facebook page.
A special feature talk by the international global network about buying and selling productions in the time of the pandemic, towards the new normal, slated on March 19, 8:30pm will also be on the CCP Arts Education Facebook page.
A re-branding of Pasinaya, Tuloy Po Kayo 2021 invites the audiences to the artists’ creative spaces. Featuring Palihan, Palabas at Palitan, the online art festival is one of CCP’s ways to provide venues to Filipino artists to share their creations, while introducing and developing audiences to the arts through a series of performances, workshops and exhibits.
With over 500 featured artists, 50 workshops, 200 performances, more than 100 films in 9 platforms, you can access the festival through the Tuloy Po Kayo site.