Masskara Festival

This is MEMOMAGNET, a souvenir item from Bacolod Masskara Festival. The term Masskara is coined from two words, meaning crowd and Spanish word Cara, for face thus the double meaning for mask and many faces.

The Masskara festival was first conceived in 1980 to add color and gaiety to the Bacolod celebration of its Charter Day Anniversary on 19th of October. The symbol of the festival- a smiling mask was adopted by the organizer to dramatize the Negrenses happy spirit, despite periodic economic downturns in the sugar industry.

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Ruby said...

this is a cool one..i wish to visit that festival one day!

Euroangel said...

thanks for the visit! love this memomagnet..happy RT!

Lesa said...

What beautiful feathers! Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog! Happy RT!

eden said...

That's cute.. Love the colour

Summers In Love said...

Oh, I want to see the masskara festival in person! I always heard about it since I was a child. Sayang, it's so far away.

By the way, can I exchange links with you?

The one with the View said...

Interesting! And I LOVE that mask!! Perfect Ruby! Thanks for coming over to my little piece of the blog world!

Dhemz said...

very pretty the gorgeous! would love to have one....ehehhehe!

Brendon Yap said...

Masskara Festival wa so amazing . hehe:)masskara looks gorgeous:) i do experienced making a masskara .

ricamaekate24_ybanez said...

That is a wonderful masskara. It is very nice to wear . for me, it can show beauty of a person. I love masskara.

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