TURO-TURO is a project co-organized by three different artist groups: 98B COLLABoratory, HUB Make Lab, and KANTINA. These groups come together to share the colloquial concept of the locality within diverse communities with a Filipino word ‘turo’, which has several different meanings, such as 'a home-cooked neighborhood eatery' and 'to point' depending on the context. This work invites the audience to engage in a facilitated dialogue in the setting of a workshop, practice, performance and art. Through the multi-sensory experience, it illuminates hope of shared cultural understanding and collective care. As humanity has faced mutual suffering in the midst of pandemic chaos of COVID-19, the artists pose questions about the meaning of community and the roles of arts by sharing banchan (meaning ‘side dishes’ in Korean cuisine).