Saturday, April 5, 2014

PASSAGE OF TIME
Mark Andy Garcia
with the support of Art Cube Gallery

15 May to 22 June 2014
Pasilyo Guillermo Tolentino (3F Hallway Gallery)
Opening reception: 15 May 2014, Thursday, 5pm

Mark Andy Garcia is a painter whose works are mostly autobiographical. He depicts his life and the people around him using a spontaneous painterly style with a distinctly child-like approach. His exhibition, Passage of Time, will be composed of seven new oil-paintings.

(Source: culturalcenter.gov.ph)

Tuesday, March 25, 2014
NAWONGFlorencio Cinco
10 April to 11 May 2014Bulwagang Fernando Amorsolo (CCP Small Gallery)Opening reception: 10 April, Thursday, 6pm
In Nawong (Face), Florence Cinco reinterprets native mythological characters using traditional and contemporary forms and materials. The organic elements are made to clash with the scavenged industrial refuse in a way that heightens the sense of contradiction prevalent in our culture. The artist thus attempts to reconnect vague traces of our precolonial past with whatever native element that persists in the present.

NAWONG
Florencio Cinco

10 April to 11 May 2014
Bulwagang Fernando Amorsolo (CCP Small Gallery)
Opening reception: 10 April, Thursday, 6pm

In Nawong (Face), Florence Cinco reinterprets native mythological characters using traditional and contemporary forms and materials. The organic elements are made to clash with the scavenged industrial refuse in a way that heightens the sense of contradiction prevalent in our culture. The artist thus attempts to reconnect vague traces of our precolonial past with whatever native element that persists in the present.

(Source: culturalcenter.gov.ph)

Thursday, March 20, 2014

KALAMAY
Janos Delacruz

3 April to 11 May 2014
Pasilyo Vicente Manansala (2F Hallway Gallery)
Opening reception: 3 April, Thursday, 6pm

The artist presents his interpretation of entangled relationships in a series of oil paintings. Kalamay is about the duality of love as both a force of inspiration and of struggle. He equates both love and art making to “food”, one is physical and the other one is spiritual. Both entail suffering to reach euphoric fruition.

(Source: culturalcenter.gov.ph)

Tuesday, March 18, 2014
SANAYSAYIsagani Fuenteswith the support of Avellana Art Gallery
20 March to 20 April 2014Pasilyo Victorio Edades (4F Hallway Gallery)
Isagani Fuentes, a self-taught artist, explores images and icons from pre-colonial and traditional culture as subjects. A series of still life paintings including antique jars and the bul’ul is arranged as a tabletop composition and complements the CCP’s Museo ng Kalinangang Pilipino exhibition.

SANAYSAY
Isagani Fuentes
with the support of Avellana Art Gallery

20 March to 20 April 2014
Pasilyo Victorio Edades (4F Hallway Gallery)

Isagani Fuentes, a self-taught artist, explores images and icons from pre-colonial and traditional culture as subjects. A series of still life paintings including antique jars and the bul’ul is arranged as a tabletop composition and complements the CCP’s Museo ng Kalinangang Pilipino exhibition.
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
FRAMED ABSTRACTIONSSelection from the CCP Visual Arts Collection
13 March to 4 May 2014Bulwagang Juan Luna (Main Gallery) and Pasilyo Guillermo Tolentino (3F Hallway Gallery)

Abstraction is a genre in Philippine art that is strongly represented in the CCP Visual Arts Collection. The exhibit will feature representative works of local artists known for their distinct style in non-figurative expressions, including National Artists Jose Joya, Arturo Luz and J. Elizalde Navarro, as well as Fernando Zobel, Lee Aguinaldo, Romulo Olazo, Raymundo Albano, Gus Albor, Lao Lianben.

FRAMED ABSTRACTIONS
Selection from the CCP Visual Arts Collection

13 March to 4 May 2014
Bulwagang Juan Luna (Main Gallery) and Pasilyo Guillermo Tolentino (3F Hallway Gallery)

Abstraction is a genre in Philippine art that is strongly represented in the CCP Visual Arts Collection. The exhibit will feature representative works of local artists known for their distinct style in non-figurative expressions, including National Artists Jose Joya, Arturo Luz and J. Elizalde Navarro, as well as Fernando Zobel, Lee Aguinaldo, Romulo Olazo, Raymundo Albano, Gus Albor, Lao Lianben.

(Source: culturalcenter.gov.ph)

A photographic, poetic, individual, collective experience.KALAYAAN (…) KAPATIRANLiberty (…) FraternityTo write the name of Liberty, give me your voice, my friend.a project by Pierre-Emmanuel MICHEL
7 March to 13 April 2014Bulwagang Carlos V. Francisco (Little Theater Lobby)
Learn about different cultures through visual poetry made out of languages from the Philippine islands. The words Liberty Equality Fraternity are composed using a photographic alphabet made of images of volunteers’ mouths during a French artistic event in Oloron-Sainte-Marie called Revol’ution.
Concept
This exhibition is a tribute to our global diversities, to what unites and separates us, and to the founding values of the Universal Declaration of the Rights of Man used in the French Revolution.
Only a few regional languages (alsacian, basquian, bearnese/occitan, britain, corsican, …) are spoken in metropolitan France. French is spoken by all, and began during the francization in 1539. In the Philippine archipelago, despite having Filipino as the national language, there are over 150 languages and dialects, some indigenous, that are still spoken. Among them are 8 major dialects - Tagalog, Cebuano, Ilokano, Bikolano, Hiligaynon, Waray, Kapampangan, and Pangasinense.
Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité
The Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen, used in 1789 French Revolution, also influenced and inspired fundamental values of democracies throughout the world. It states:

Liberty consists of being able to do anything that does not harm others: thus, the exercise of the natural rights of every man or woman has no bounds other than those that guarantee other members of society the enjoyment of these same rights. (…) ”
The law “must be the same for all, whether it protects or punishes (…) and without other distinction than that of their virtues and talents.(…)
Do not do to others what you would not want them do to you, do constantly to others the good you would like to receive.


 

A photographic, poetic, individual, collective experience.
KALAYAAN (…) KAPATIRAN
Liberty (…) Fraternity
To write the name of Liberty, give me your voice, my friend.
a project by Pierre-Emmanuel MICHEL

7 March to 13 April 2014
Bulwagang Carlos V. Francisco (Little Theater Lobby)

Learn about different cultures through visual poetry made out of languages from the Philippine islands. The words Liberty Equality Fraternity are composed using a photographic alphabet made of images of volunteers’ mouths during a French artistic event in Oloron-Sainte-Marie called Revol’ution.

Concept

This exhibition is a tribute to our global diversities, to what unites and separates us, and to the founding values of the Universal Declaration of the Rights of Man used in the French Revolution.

Only a few regional languages (alsacian, basquian, bearnese/occitan, britain, corsican, …) are spoken in metropolitan France. French is spoken by all, and began during the francization in 1539. In the Philippine archipelago, despite having Filipino as the national language, there are over 150 languages and dialects, some indigenous, that are still spoken. Among them are 8 major dialects - Tagalog, Cebuano, Ilokano, Bikolano, Hiligaynon, Waray, Kapampangan, and Pangasinense.

Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité

The Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen, used in 1789 French Revolution, also influenced and inspired fundamental values of democracies throughout the world. It states:

Liberty consists of being able to do anything that does not harm others: thus, the exercise of the natural rights of every man or woman has no bounds other than those that guarantee other members of society the enjoyment of these same rights. (…) ”

The law “must be the same for all, whether it protects or punishes (…) and without other distinction than that of their virtues and talents.(…)

Do not do to others what you would not want them do to you, do constantly to others the good you would like to receive.

 

(Source: culturalcenter.gov.ph)

Wednesday, February 12, 2014
1335 MabiniBerlin Senate Cultural Affairs DepartmentARTIST UNKNOWNLizza May David
18 February to 30 March 2014Bulwagang Fernando Amorsolo (Small Gallery) and 4F Atrium
Opening reception: 18 February, Tuesday, 4-7pmArtist talk: 11 March, Tuesday, 2-4pm
In ARTIST UNKNOWN, Lizza May David works with a marginal aspect of the CCP Visual Arts Collection: the unclassified works. Established during modernization efforts of the postwar era, with an emphasis on the seventies and eighties, the CCP Visual Arts Collection consists of more than 1000 artworks. David focuses on the 43 works in the collection that are listed as ‘Unknown‘ in the categories of ‘Artist’, ‘Title’ and ‘Year of production’.
In this exhibition, the visitor is invited to investigate the space, dealing metaphorically with issues of in/exclusion, visible/invisible and notions of historiography. Curtains are installed at the track lights which are conventionally used to hang spotlights for exhibited art works. Building their own space within the space, the curtains refer to how the pictures of unclassified works are being displayed. Additionally, blank canvases are spread out, inviting the viewer to put their own interpretation of the meaning of this collection. During the exhibition period, David will change/add her own paintings, which she will create through re-appropriating selected works from the collection.
About the artist Visual artist Lizza May David (b. 1975, Quezon City, Philippines) is based in Berlin, Germany. She studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg (Germany), École des Beaux Arts de Lyon (France) and University of Arts Berlin. She is a current resident at the 1335MABINI‘s Artist-in-Residence Program Manila (AiRPManila). Interested in how social and cultural capital is being represented, she highlights its marginal aspects, dichotomies of display and issues of visibility/invisibility. Much of her work in various media stems from her biography and investigates issues of identity and memory.

1335 Mabini
Berlin Senate Cultural Affairs Department
ARTIST UNKNOWN
Lizza May David

18 February to 30 March 2014
Bulwagang Fernando Amorsolo (Small Gallery) and 4F Atrium

Opening reception: 18 February, Tuesday, 4-7pm
Artist talk: 11 March, Tuesday, 2-4pm

In ARTIST UNKNOWN, Lizza May David works with a marginal aspect of the CCP Visual Arts Collection: the unclassified works. Established during modernization efforts of the postwar era, with an emphasis on the seventies and eighties, the CCP Visual Arts Collection consists of more than 1000 artworks. David focuses on the 43 works in the collection that are listed as ‘Unknown‘ in the categories of ‘Artist’, ‘Title’ and ‘Year of production’.

In this exhibition, the visitor is invited to investigate the space, dealing metaphorically with issues of in/exclusion, visible/invisible and notions of historiography. Curtains are installed at the track lights which are conventionally used to hang spotlights for exhibited art works. Building their own space within the space, the curtains refer to how the pictures of unclassified works are being displayed. Additionally, blank canvases are spread out, inviting the viewer to put their own interpretation of the meaning of this collection. During the exhibition period, David will change/add her own paintings, which she will create through re-appropriating selected works from the collection.

About the artist
Visual artist Lizza May David (b. 1975, Quezon City, Philippines) is based in Berlin, Germany. She studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg (Germany), École des Beaux Arts de Lyon (France) and University of Arts Berlin. She is a current resident at the 1335MABINI‘s Artist-in-Residence Program Manila (AiRPManila). Interested in how social and cultural capital is being represented, she highlights its marginal aspects, dichotomies of display and issues of visibility/invisibility. Much of her work in various media stems from her biography and investigates issues of identity and memory.

(Source: lizzamaydavid.com)

Thursday, January 16, 2014
Philippine Art Educators AssociationPAEA ART BUFFET
18 January & 08 February 2014, Saturdays, 10am-12nnMKP Hall, 4th floor, CCP Main Theater Building
This activity is open to high school and college students and teachers. There will be a maximum of 50 participants per session. For reservations, please email ccp.exhibits@gmail.com
Workshop fee: Php100 per session (Half of the proceeds will be donated to the Yolanda Relief Fund)

Workshop modules: 3D paper crafts by Orlando Abon, tribal abstract art by Leo Aguilar, monoprinting by Ej Jacinto, arts and crafts by Bemjie Apostol, inkblot by Amy Noel Framcisco, marble art by John Rovic Acabado, pointillism by Joy Fulgencio, portrait drawing by Danny Acuna, sculpture by Jon Valenzuela, and creativity at work by Rosel Valenzuela.
For more information please contact the CCP Visual Arts and Museum Division, Production and Exhibition Department at (632)832-1125 loc. 1504/1505 and (632)832-3792, email ccp.exhibits@gmail.com or visit www.culturalcenter.gov.ph. 

Philippine Art Educators Association
PAEA ART BUFFET

18 January & 08 February 2014, Saturdays, 10am-12nn
MKP Hall, 4th floor, CCP Main Theater Building

This activity is open to high school and college students and teachers. There will be a maximum of 50 participants per session. For reservations, please email ccp.exhibits@gmail.com

Workshop fee: Php100 per session (Half of the proceeds will be donated to the Yolanda Relief Fund)

Workshop modules: 3D paper crafts by Orlando Abon, tribal abstract art by Leo Aguilar, monoprinting by Ej Jacinto, arts and crafts by Bemjie Apostol, inkblot by Amy Noel Framcisco, marble art by John Rovic Acabado, pointillism by Joy Fulgencio, portrait drawing by Danny Acuna, sculpture by Jon Valenzuela, and creativity at work by Rosel Valenzuela.

For more information please contact the CCP Visual Arts and Museum Division, Production and Exhibition Department at (632)832-1125 loc. 1504/1505 and (632)832-3792, email ccp.exhibits@gmail.com or visit www.culturalcenter.gov.ph

Friday, November 29, 2013
Philippine Art Educators’ Association (PAEA)DANUMNational Children’s Biennial Exhibit
7 December to 2 March 2014Pasilyo Guillermo Tolentino (3F Hallway Gallery) andPasilyo Carlos V. Francisco (Little Theater Lobby)
The Philippine Art Educator’s Association (PAEA), on its 45th founding anniversary, holds its bi-annual exhibition at the CCP with the theme of DANUM or water in the Ilocano dialect. PAEA members, who are all practicing artists and art educators, present their works alongside the works of students that address concepts and current issues related to the environment and ecology. Partner schools include Claret School of QC, Colegio San Agustin, La Salle Greenhills, One World School, San Isidro Catholic School, St. Mary’s Academy Pasay, Statefield School Inc., and Xavier School. There will also be participants from the Autism Society Philippines with the Metrobank Foundation’s MADE – Network of Winners, Cagayan de Oro City, Camiguin Kids Artist Group, Center of Learning and Fun, Sta. Lucia Ilocos Sur, DepEd Manila, Iligan Artmaps, Itgon Benguet Mt. Province, Katutubo Exchange Philippines, Kapangan Benguet, Studio Andelino, Yaru Nu Artes Ivatan and the CCP Kutitap 2013.

Philippine Art Educators’ Association (PAEA)
DANUM
National Children’s Biennial Exhibit

7 December to 2 March 2014
Pasilyo Guillermo Tolentino (3F Hallway Gallery) and
Pasilyo Carlos V. Francisco (Little Theater Lobby)

The Philippine Art Educator’s Association (PAEA), on its 45th founding anniversary, holds its bi-annual exhibition at the CCP with the theme of DANUM or water in the Ilocano dialect. PAEA members, who are all practicing artists and art educators, present their works alongside the works of students that address concepts and current issues related to the environment and ecology. Partner schools include Claret School of QC, Colegio San Agustin, La Salle Greenhills, One World School, San Isidro Catholic School, St. Mary’s Academy Pasay, Statefield School Inc., and Xavier School. There will also be participants from the Autism Society Philippines with the Metrobank Foundation’s MADE – Network of Winners, Cagayan de Oro City, Camiguin Kids Artist Group, Center of Learning and Fun, Sta. Lucia Ilocos Sur, DepEd Manila, Iligan Artmaps, Itgon Benguet Mt. Province, Katutubo Exchange Philippines, Kapangan Benguet, Studio Andelino, Yaru Nu Artes Ivatan and the CCP Kutitap 2013.

(Source: culturalcenter.gov.ph)

Monday, November 25, 2013
Bamboo Boatby Gerry Leonardo, installation art, 2008Pasinaya 2008, Cultural Center of the Philippines

Bamboo Boat
by Gerry Leonardo, installation art, 2008
Pasinaya 2008, Cultural Center of the Philippines

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Thursday, November 21, 2013
THE MABINI ART MOVEMENT
29 November 2013 - 23 February 2014Bulwagang Juan Luna (CCP Main Gallery)
This exhibition gives an overview of the beginnings of “Mabini Art”, a genre in Philippine painting that developed in the 1950s. Identified with artists who set up shops in Mabini Street in Manila, the label eventually acquired a derogatory meaning particularly for its highly commercial nature. The exhibit, curated by Dr. Pearl Tan, looks into its roots from the conservative school propagated by artists who were taught the academic style of painting and identified with the school of Fernando Amorsolo. Among those featured are pioneers and second-generation Mabini artists such as Cesar Buenaventura, Serafin Serna, Gabriel Custodio, Simon Saulog, Miguel Galvez, Paco Gorospe, and Roger San Miguel.

THE MABINI ART MOVEMENT

29 November 2013 - 23 February 2014
Bulwagang Juan Luna (CCP Main Gallery)

This exhibition gives an overview of the beginnings of “Mabini Art”, a genre in Philippine painting that developed in the 1950s. Identified with artists who set up shops in Mabini Street in Manila, the label eventually acquired a derogatory meaning particularly for its highly commercial nature. The exhibit, curated by Dr. Pearl Tan, looks into its roots from the conservative school propagated by artists who were taught the academic style of painting and identified with the school of Fernando Amorsolo. Among those featured are pioneers and second-generation Mabini artists such as Cesar Buenaventura, Serafin Serna, Gabriel Custodio, Simon Saulog, Miguel Galvez, Paco Gorospe, and Roger San Miguel.

(Source: culturalcenter.gov.ph)

Cultural Center of the PhilippinesChen familyChinese Artist GuildPROFESSOR CHEN BING-SUNHis legacy… Own Heritage
16-24 November 2013Pasilyo Vicente Manansala (2F Hallway Gallery)
The acknowledged “Father of Chinese Brush Painting” in the Philippines, Professor chen Bing- Sun traces his roots to China. A painter, sculptor, interior designer and stage director, he came to the Philippines in the mid-1940s and eventually decided to settle in the country where he established a flourishing career in the arts.

Although he was accomplished in different forms of art, it was as a painter that he left his most lasting legacy. His works became renowned among collectors and art patrons for their realistic depictions and delicate brush strokes. Professor Chen Bing-Sun also founded what would later become known as the Chinese Artists Guild (CAG) where he kept the art of Chinese painting alive by offering painting lessons to students, many of whom went on to have successful careers of their own and becoming his partners in keeping the art of Chinese brush painting alive. The professor himself took his art around the world, staging well-received solo exhibits in Hawaii, New York, Los Angeles, and Nagoya, Japan and putting the Philippines firmly in the art map of the world.

Because of his contributions to the art world, Professor Chen Bing-Sun was recognized as an important figure by art critics and leading members of the art community, including the late Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) president Lucrecia Kasilag.
Professor Chen Bing-Sun passed away due to an illness in 1988, but not without leaving behind a rich legacy in the art world.
For more information about this exhibit, please contact the CCP Visual Arts and Museum Division, Production and Exhibition Department at (632)832-1125 loc. 1504/1505 and (632)832-3792, mobile (63920)470-0690.

Cultural Center of the Philippines
Chen family
Chinese Artist Guild
PROFESSOR CHEN BING-SUN
His legacy… Own Heritage

16-24 November 2013
Pasilyo Vicente Manansala (2F Hallway Gallery)

The acknowledged “Father of Chinese Brush Painting” in the Philippines, Professor chen Bing- Sun traces his roots to China. A painter, sculptor, interior designer and stage director, he came to the Philippines in the mid-1940s and eventually decided to settle in the country where he established a flourishing career in the arts.

Although he was accomplished in different forms of art, it was as a painter that he left his most lasting legacy. His works became renowned among collectors and art patrons for their realistic depictions and delicate brush strokes. Professor Chen Bing-Sun also founded what would later become known as the Chinese Artists Guild (CAG) where he kept the art of Chinese painting alive by offering painting lessons to students, many of whom went on to have successful careers of their own and becoming his partners in keeping the art of Chinese brush painting alive. The professor himself took his art around the world, staging well-received solo exhibits in Hawaii, New York, Los Angeles, and Nagoya, Japan and putting the Philippines firmly in the art map of the world.

Because of his contributions to the art world, Professor Chen Bing-Sun was recognized as an important figure by art critics and leading members of the art community, including the late Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) president Lucrecia Kasilag.

Professor Chen Bing-Sun passed away due to an illness in 1988, but not without leaving behind a rich legacy in the art world.

For more information about this exhibit, please contact the CCP Visual Arts and Museum Division, Production and Exhibition Department at (632)832-1125 loc. 1504/1505 and (632)832-3792, mobile (63920)470-0690.

(Source: culturalcenter.gov.ph)

Tuesday, November 5, 2013
PRESS ONPrintmakers Association of the Philippines
The Philippine Association of Printmakers (PAP) marks its 45th year in 2013 with an exhibition at the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ Bulwagang Juan Luna (CCP Main Gallery), Pasilyo Victorio Edades (4F Hallway Gallery) and 4th floor Atria from 6 November 2013 to 2 February 2014. The exhibit is entitled “Press On: Guhit + Kutkot + Limbag = Sugod.”
For this exhibit, the PAP members came up with new works that answer the need to keep printmaking contemporary and to show the vitality of printmaking within contemporary expression. The PAP members worked beyond their noted comfort zones, whether material, size, or topic, and render a print beyond a print, some even making it sculptural and site-specific. But however innovative the work may be, the PAP urged their exhibiting artists to maintain that printmaking still be the primary focus of the works in their Press On exhibition. 
The participating artists are: Ambie Abaño with Bea Alcala and Nica Peralejo,  Jose Santos Ardivilla,  Virgilio Aviado, Mars Bugaoan,  BenCab, Salvador, Fildelacruz, Janos Delacruz, Imelda Cajipe-Endaya, Noel El Farol, Jess Flores, Raul Isidro, Eugene Jarque and Mac Valdezco, Lenore RS Lim, Angelo Magno, Fara Manuel-Nolasco, Radel Paredes, Rhoda Recto, Don Salubayba and PWU Fine Arts, Benjie Torrado, Wesley Valenzuela, Anton Villaruel
There shall be scheduled adjacent events for the exhibit. The first one will be an artist talk by renowned printmaker Virgilio “Pandy” Aviado on 03 December 2013, Tuesday, from 2-4pm. On 23 January 2014, Thursday from 2-4pm, the PAP will be having a lecture and demonstration. Both activities will be held in the MKP Hall at the 4th floor of the CCP Main Theater Building.
For more information please contact Mr. Gelo Magno at (0927)654-3707 or pinoyprintmakers@gmail.com or call the CCP Visual Arts and Museum Division, Production and Exhibition Department at (632)832-1125 local 1504/1505 and (632)832-3792, email ccp.exhibits@gmail.com.

PRESS ON
Printmakers Association of the Philippines

The Philippine Association of Printmakers (PAP) marks its 45th year in 2013 with an exhibition at the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ Bulwagang Juan Luna (CCP Main Gallery), Pasilyo Victorio Edades (4F Hallway Gallery) and 4th floor Atria from 6 November 2013 to 2 February 2014. The exhibit is entitled “Press On: Guhit + Kutkot + Limbag = Sugod.”

For this exhibit, the PAP members came up with new works that answer the need to keep printmaking contemporary and to show the vitality of printmaking within contemporary expression. The PAP members worked beyond their noted comfort zones, whether material, size, or topic, and render a print beyond a print, some even making it sculptural and site-specific. But however innovative the work may be, the PAP urged their exhibiting artists to maintain that printmaking still be the primary focus of the works in their Press On exhibition. 

The participating artists are: Ambie Abaño with Bea Alcala and Nica Peralejo,  Jose Santos Ardivilla,  Virgilio Aviado, Mars Bugaoan,  BenCab, Salvador, Fildelacruz, Janos Delacruz, Imelda Cajipe-Endaya, Noel El Farol, Jess Flores, Raul Isidro, Eugene Jarque and Mac Valdezco, Lenore RS Lim, Angelo Magno, Fara Manuel-Nolasco, Radel Paredes, Rhoda Recto, Don Salubayba and PWU Fine Arts, Benjie Torrado, Wesley Valenzuela, Anton Villaruel

There shall be scheduled adjacent events for the exhibit. The first one will be an artist talk by renowned printmaker Virgilio “Pandy” Aviado on 03 December 2013, Tuesday, from 2-4pm. On 23 January 2014, Thursday from 2-4pm, the PAP will be having a lecture and demonstration. Both activities will be held in the MKP Hall at the 4th floor of the CCP Main Theater Building.

For more information please contact Mr. Gelo Magno at (0927)654-3707 or pinoyprintmakers@gmail.com or call the CCP Visual Arts and Museum Division, Production and Exhibition Department at (632)832-1125 local 1504/1505 and (632)832-3792, email ccp.exhibits@gmail.com.

(Source: culturalcenter.gov.ph)

Tuesday, October 8, 2013
ARTIST TALK & PAINTING DEMOJill Arwen Posadas
10 October, 2013, 2-4pmMKP Hall, 4F CCP Main Theater Building
In her upcoming artist talk, Jill Arwen Posadas will discuss themes and inspirations behind her  works in her current exhibit Horselords. Posadas will be sharing photo and video documentation of the works in progress and will be demonstrating the palette knife-painting technique that she used for each painting.  Horselords may be viewed at the Pasilyo Victorio Edades (4F Hallway Gallery) until 20 October, 2013. Gallery hours are from 10am-6pm, Tuesday to Sunday. For more information, call the Visual Arts and Museum Division at (632)832-1125 loc 1504 / 1505 and (632)832-3702, or email ccp.exhibits@gmail.com.

ARTIST TALK & PAINTING DEMO
Jill Arwen Posadas

10 October, 2013, 2-4pm
MKP Hall, 4F CCP Main Theater Building

In her upcoming artist talk, Jill Arwen Posadas will discuss themes and inspirations behind her  works in her current exhibit Horselords. Posadas will be sharing photo and video documentation of the works in progress and will be demonstrating the palette knife-painting technique that she used for each painting.
 
Horselords may be viewed at the Pasilyo Victorio Edades (4F Hallway Gallery) until 20 October, 2013. Gallery hours are from 10am-6pm, Tuesday to Sunday. For more information, call the Visual Arts and Museum Division at (632)832-1125 loc 1504 / 1505 and (632)832-3702, or email ccp.exhibits@gmail.com.

(Source: culturalcenter.gov.ph)