The University of the Philippines College of Fine Arts stages a fundraising exhibition featuring the ceramic works of local and international master potters and emerging artists. The show runs until Feb. 28 at Gallery 2, Arts and Design West Building, UPCFA.
Dubbed SANBUKLURAN, it recreates the Filipino practice of coming together as one community. It is an amalgamation of two Filipino terms which refers to “isa” as one, and “buklod” as bonded together.
The exhibition presents the outputs of artists who came together to enrich their common language in clay. The works on display were donated in support of the programs of the UPCFA Ceramic Studio.
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