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Protecting our cultural heritage

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Protecting our cultural heritage
UniMart Capitol Commons marketing head Bong Suva, visual artist, sculptor, and Daloy-Likha International Arts and Nature Society, Inc. founding president Noel Bueza, visual artist Bing Siochi and ArtisteSpace, Inc. gallery owner Anton Magpantay at the ribbon-cutting ceremony of “Buklod: Sining at Pagkakaisa” and “Brush Strokes”
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Daloy-Likha International Arts and Nature Society, Inc., ArtisteSpace, Inc. and UniMart Capitol Commons recently joined forces to create a back-to-back exhibit entitled “Buklod: Sining at Pagkakaisa” featuring the works of Daloy-Likha members as well as Brush Strokes, a solo of the veteran artist, Bing Siochi.

It was a fun-filled afternoon for guests and art patrons as they enjoyed live sketching sessions with Siochi and another prolific artist, Jun Sergio Rocha. Daloy-Likha founding president Noel Bueza said that the shows were organized to espouse the spirit of camaraderie and unity among its members and to give the art-loving community something to look forward to during these difficult times.

The groups believe that art can be a way to heal and organize several online and physical group exhibits to help the artists gain income during the COVID-19 crisis. Non-profit organization Daloy-Likha was organized at the height of the pandemic to provide an avenue for artists to showcase their works, and they will continue to launch programs for the environment and the preservation and protection of our cultural heritage in the future.


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