Went to the Cultural Center of the Philippines' yearly open house event dubbed Pasinaya where the public was treated to a watch-all-you-can, donate-all-only-when-you-can promo. There were performances and sneak previews of the year's offerings by various in-house groups and others. I was particularly interested in lomographing the museum that featured life-size dioramas depicting the rich ethnic culture in the Philippines. On regular museum hours, photography is not allowed. Good thing because of the Pasinaya that prohibition was suspended (at least for that day). I took several pictures inside and doubled my shots with street scenes. The results made me think how the street is literally and figuratively a living museum.