The Capitol University Museum of Three Cultures launched an art exhibit entitled “Id” last September 02, 2016 Friday by Schennette Pearl A. Magno and the participating artists. The curatorial concept draws on the artists’ exploration through different lens; as artistic points of reference for the artists in their creative learning, living, and production – introspective, cracked, but human nonetheless. They explore these facades and strip down the human psyche to its core – life, beauty, love and decay.
It displays the works of 16 established and up-and-coming artists from Cagayan de Oro namely Adeva Esparrago, Alex Cirpiano, Andee Cris, Arkyoo Quirante, Carl Gabriel, Dana Martinez, Erwin Magbanua, Ian Quirante, Kristy Ligones, Kristof Tiongson, Lot Deleste, Meling Abuga-a, Michael Nuesca, Parson Fernan, Plhong Flores and a guest artist from Europe Peter Moosgaard who is currently a residency program in Davao City. Also curated by the museum artist Mr. Nic Aca. The exhibit showcases the amazing artworks that started from a pen and paper and enhanced through digital art. During the opening, viewers enjoyed the amazing works installed at the gallery and a musical performance by John Uy and Rotsanjani Mojica. On the next day September 03, 2016 an Art Talk was conducted at the Art gallery with Angely Chi Co-Director at the Unifiedfield Nomadic Artist In Residence Program in the Philippines which who also talked about Better Living Through Xeroxography (BLTX) and another speaker Peter Moosgaard presented the SUPERCARGO.
The exhibition will run until October 05, 2016. For inquiries and reservation, call the Museum at 856-1165/856-2832 local 7751.
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