Now I remember when I met with Muni and other volunteers, we have talked about this Habi project and how the Philippine textile should be explored more. Education is key, and if we spread enough awareness more about our local treasures.
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From Muni, with Love:
This episode’s theme is “HABI LOVE: Using Philippine Textiles Everyday”, and we’ll be discussing:
– Contemporary applications of Philippine textiles
– The importance of the preservation of Philippine textiles
– The current state of the industry
– What we can do (as consumers and producers) to energize the Philippine textile industry
– Rambie Katrina Lim of Tepiña / Tepiña fabric
– Olivia d’Aboville, textile designer and artist
– Anya Lim of ANTHILL Fabric Gallery
– Lenora Luisa Cabili of Filip + Inna
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