Celebrate Culture, Curated Crafts at ArteFino on Aug. 24-27

Celebrate Culture, Creativity, Curated Crafts at ArteFino on Aug. 24-27

ArteFino, the festival that celebrates all things Filipino artisanship, is returning this August to once again spotlight local culture, crafts, and communities.

Regarded as the biggest and most anticipated artisan fair, ArteFino will run from Aug. 24-27 at Power Plant Mall in Makati City, bringing with it more than 150 Filipino brands to showcase.

The fair has been around since 2017 and was established by Susie Quiros, Marimel Francisco, Mita Rufino, Maritess Pineda, and Cedie Lopez-Vargas to bring together local brands under one roof where they can exhibit their wares and share wonderful stories of their communities and artisans.

As a way to give back to the artist-entrepreneurs and their communities, ArteFino donates parts of its proceeds to the HeArtFino Foundation to support its livelihood projects.

ArteFino will have a pre-event activity from Aug. 19-27, namely the Maker's Lab Exhibit: Totally Upcycled Design Challenge 2023 presents "The Modern Filipino's Pamana" at the Rockwell Sales Lounge inside Power Plant Mall. There will also be a ticket booth and a HeArteFino preview in the Lifestyle Hall of the mall.

The ArteFino festival will be held in two venues inside the mall, mainly The Fifth at Rockwell and North Court. For more information, go here.

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