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My City My SM My Crafts 2014 in Bacolod

The wooden cottage in the middle of the atrium of the SM City Bacolod north wing expansion houses the different world-class crafts display.

Negrense ingenuity is once again celebrated at SM City Bacolod with the holding of the My City My Sm My Crafts exhibit at the north wing expansion. Unveiled last October 24, the exhibit will run until November 5, 2014, where people can appreciate the export-quality merchandise that were made by expert Negrense artisans. The items may also be purchased and orders are also welcome, as representatives of each exhibitor are present during the entire duration of the display.

The event was well-attended by representatives from the government, the private sector, and the media. The local producers were honored and their works of art featured in a mini fashion show.

The exhibitors here are all members of the Association of Negros Producers (ANP) and their wares may also be viewed at the ANP Showroom along 8th Lacson Street, Bacolod City.

Here are some of the photos during the event:

Decorative items, furniture, and home fixtures are among the displays now at SM City Bacolod atrium.
Some of the exhibitors/honorees.
Using the loom–the traditional way of weaving.
The launching of My City My SM My Crafts was well-attended.
Negros Nine Abaca Weavers.
Jewelry designs by Crisvil Creations.
Fashionable bags by Kiculo.
Framed mosaic by Negros Merchants of Hope.
More fashionable bags made of paper by Paper Handicrafts.
Silk by OISCA.
Beautiful houseware by Silay Exports.
Crocheted home decor by Vivo Handmade Crafts.
Upcycled bottles from Yssa’s Crafts.
Members of the Negrense Blogging Society with SM PR Manager May Castro (2nd from left) and fellow blogger Jojo Vito (fifth from left), who is also one of the honorees during the event. Jojo Vito is the man behind the world-famous Bacolod masks.
To complete the “native” ambiance, a rondalla provided live music during the event.

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