Kapampangan artists will come together for the group exhibit, dubbed “Salangian,” happening on April 27 at the Clark Museum.
Noemi Julian, manager of Tourism and Promotions Division of Clark Development Corporation said that about 80 Kapampangan artists will join the event, and more than 100 of their artworks will be exhibited at the Gallery 2 of Clark Museum.
Julian said a gala is scheduled on April 26 and the exhibit will be open to the public the following day.
Andy Alviz, one of the featured artists and lead organizer, said the activity will serve as a platform to celebrate the creativity and artistry of Kapampangan painters, sculptors, and other artists. He also cited the suitability of Clark as the location for the event.
“It’s high time we celebrate the artistry and creativity of the artists,” enthused Alviz. “Clark is booming and there will be a lot of demands for art pieces for hotels, condos, offices, and restaurants. Now is the time for artists to come to Clark.”
Alviz also furthered that the “openness and support to the Kapampangan art and culture” are factors which make Clark their ideal spot for the exhibit; he also cited the support of managers of this Freeport.
“Clark was chosen for the exhibit because of its openness and support to the Kapampangan art and culture. Bases Conversion Development Authority president and chief executive Vivencio B. Dizon and Clark Development Corporation president and chief executive Noel F. Manankil are both excited and gave an all-out support for the biggest gathering of Kapampangan artists,” he said.
Part of the works to be displayed are the artworks of sculptor Willy Layug and painter Rafael Maniago, among others.
The exhibit is also part of the 25th Anniversary of CDC and the creation of this Freeport.
COMMENT DISCLAIMER: Reader comments posted on this Web site are not in any way endorsed by Manila Standard. Comments are views by manilastandard.net readers who exercise their right to free expression and they do not necessarily represent or reflect the position or viewpoint of manilastandard.net. While reserving this publication’s right to delete comments that are deemed offensive, indecent or inconsistent with Manila Standard editorial standards, Manila Standard may not be held liable for any false information posted by readers in this comments section.