Category Archives: Exhibit

Likha Exhibit at Fisher Mall

Likha Exhibit will be held at the Upper Ground Floor Event Center of the Fisher Mall in Quezon City from August 15 to 19, 2017 .

There will be  an Art Exhibit by the Grupo Sining Angono, and a Bonsai Exhibit by the Bonsai Institute of the Philippines and the Pasig Alliance of Bonsai Suiseki Enthusiast!

Admission is free! (Certain artworks may be purchased, upon negotiation with the artists.)

 

Bonsai Innovation Opening at Quezon Memorial Circle

Bonsai and Suiseki Alliance of the Philippines Incorporated together with Quezon City , Quezon Memorial Circle , Del Monte , Philippines and affiliate plant organizations  held at around past 3:00pm near QCX Interactive Museum

international delegates, invited guests and members

There will be a 2 day seminar tomorrow from July 22 and 23 and July 29 and 30 ( with local and international speakers) bonsai exhibit, ikebana display and a trade fair bazaar at the Charito Plans garden which is just beside the famed QCX Museum near Commonwealth entrance.

Natural Stone Society Exhibit at Shangri-La Plaza

Natural Stone Society of the Philippines and Shangri-La Plaza Mall cordially invites everyone to visit the exhibit entitled  “SUISEKI : A Celebration of the Beauty of Natural Stones”.

members and invited guests

poster

The event started past 2:00pm, level 2 at the Grand Atrium , Shangri-La Plaza with members , guests and invited personalities officially opened the Japanese themed show.

Some of the Exhibits

Mother and Child -32x 24 x 58cm collected from Tanay, Rizal exhibited by Mr. Alfonso A. Apostol

Melting Lava -30 x 25 x25 cm from Nueva Ecija exhibited by Mr. Joe Kuan

Angel Fish – 38x 18 x42 cm from Tanay, Rizal exhibited by Mrs. Fely Gupit

White Stone Beach 20 x 12 x 10 cm from Tanay, Rizal exhibited by Ms. Lois Estrella

White Flower Stone 30 x 25 x 25 cm Central Luzon exhibited by : Mr. Joe Kuan

Multiple Craters 47 x 23 x 20 cm , Ilocos Sur province exhibited by : Ms. Fely S. Gupit

Green Hornet 17 x 12 x 23 cm , Gabaldon , Nueva Ecija exhibited by Ms. Meddy G. Rosales

Dikdik, 13x 4 x3 cm, Marinduque, exhibited by Mr. Bimbo Vergara 

exhibit area

The exhibit does not have any entrance fee.

Note: Special ” Thanks” to Ms. Norma K. Villanueva, Mr. Jun Balderrama ,Shangri-La Plaza Mall for the photos

Celebrate Freedom at ÄRT MÖD Fair 2017

ÄRT MÖD Fair 2017

Let’s celebrate our 119th Independence Day Weekend At the first ÄRT MÖD Fair 2017 . Experience the freedom of art in multiple forms from June 9 (friday) to June 11 (sunday) , 10 AM – 7 PM at the Megatrade Hall 2, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City.

ÄRT MÖD Fair 2017 provides art enthusiasts, students, mall shoppers and the
general public a convenient and comfortable venue to experience and appreciate
modern art like paintings, prints, photography, sculpture, mixed media and digital art.

List of Artists:

Envisioned to bring the world of Philippine Modern Art to a wider audience, ÄRT
MÖD Fair 2017 gathers a host of both established and upcoming visual artists like
Philipp Badon, Boysie Villavicencio, Ali Alejandro, Joe Datuin, Toym Imao,
Michelline Syjuco, Ronnie Lim, Andy Malluche, Luna Arguelles, Alfred Gallura,
Elaine Herbosa, Miguel Buhay, Pilar Quiros, JV Calanoc, Noemi Concepcion, Sky de
Leon, Ralph William Villaluz, Emmanuel Mendoza, Allan Sison, Norlie Meimban,
Maia Magpantay with the collections of William Borja and Myla Roque and
participating galleries like Larc En Ciel; Arte Pintura; Transwing; Happy Art;
Saturday Group headed by Buds Convocar; FDAP and FEATI University together
under one roof.

A rare opportunity for serious collectors and first time buyers alike to find the artwork that match their styles and tastes.

Visitors are treated to a variety of activities during this 3-day event that inspires
creativity and spurs understanding of art and its processes. Listen and learn through talks by renowned artists like Inka Madera, Liz Lanuzo, John Paul “Lakan” Oliveros and Toym Imao, as they convey priceless insight and new ideas in their fields. Take part in various demos; drawing and painting sessions; and learn Nude Sketching from professionals.

ÄRT MÖD Fair 2017 is produced and organized by ArtisteSpace with the
invaluable support of its major sponsor, SM Megamall, and media partners, When In Manila, Art+ Magazine, Fringe Magazine, and prominent influencers of the
blogosphere. See you at ÄRT MÖD Fair 2017 on June 9 – 11, 2017 at Megatrade Hall 2, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City.

Entrance tickets are available at the gate for P100 per person. To get a free 3-day
access pass, simply register at http://www.artmodfair.com/art-mod-fair-free-3-daypass/.
To find out more about ÄRT MÖD Fair 2017, visit the website at
www.artmodfair.com

Bonsai Global Fusion 2017

Bonsai and Suiseki Alliance of the Philippines in partnership with Quezon City government , Quezon City Memorial Circle management , Department of Tourism presents to the gardening public the 2nd International Bonsai Arts and Culture Biennale and the 2nd International Penjing Creation Conference from July 22 to 25, 2017 .

There will be competition , conference and trade show which will coincide with this event.

Opening Highlights of the Flores De Mayo Exhibit at the Orchidarium

Flores de Mayo 2017 exhibit was in partnership between Department of Tourism , National Parks Development Committee in cooperation with League of Conservationists of the Philippines ( LOCPHIL) opened to the general public the  plant exhibition and trade bazaar at the Orchidarium ( Beside the National Museum of Anthropology ) within Rizal Park , Manila.

Since it was ” Mother’s Day ” all the parks entrance fees like Orchidarium , Chinese Garden , Children Garden , Japanese Garden and Paco Park were waived .

Among the prominent guests of honor includes Ms. Penelope D. Belmonte ( Executive Director-National Parks Development Committee ) Honorable Fema Duterte,Dr. Joan Lagunda of the Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor, Presidential Legislative Liaison Office ASec. Astravel Pimentel-Naik, PCUP, Dr. Elba S. Cruz ( Development Academy of the Philippines ) ,  Mr. Rolando T. Mamaradlo ( NPDC -Chief Administration officer) , Mr. Niel Maceda ( LOCPHIL- President )

League of Orchid Conservationists of the Philippines officers and members

The Orchidarium used to be a parking lot about 8,000 square meters allotted to the employees of the Department of Finance and was later converted into a garden and sanctuary around 1994 . This is also a repository for rare and native orchid species found in the country.

Unfortunately, We only saw a handful of native orchids growing on trees, a lot of the native orchids such are sanggumay ( Dendrobium anosmum ) , dainty sanggumay ( Dendrobium aphyllum ) are not found.

Judging also commenced before the ribbon cutting ceremonies by the special guests of honor which includes Ms. Fema Duterte and officials from National Parks Development Committee.

Cymbidium finalysonianum specimen orchid spotted near the man-made waterfall blooming .

plant stalls 

There are also stall holders from different parts of the country like Mabuhay Orchids and Ornamental Plants from Cavite, Laguna , Quezon , Negros , Davao and Metro Manila .

Horti Negrense 

#14 exhibit booth , showcased some native orchids , Platycerium coronarium ferns

#7 landscape exhibit booth

#3 Landscape exhibit

#5 Landscape entry

#9 Landscape entry

Landscape Winners

Biona’s Garden won the first place ” Best in Landscape ” award which comes with blue ribbon and Php 75,000 cash reward courtesy of the National Parks Development Committee.

Mhin’s Garden won second place which also come with a cash prize of Php 50,000 plus red ribbon . Mhins Garden is from Calauan , Laguna province ( Contact : 0927-5660350/0921-2835214 )

Davao Susana Garden won third place with Php 35,000 cash and white ribbon. All the winners are members of the Los Baños Horticultural Society Inc.

After all the fanfare , participants, exhibitors were treated to an early lunch hosted by NPDC.

The exhibit will run until May 22, 2017. Photos are all from the author

 

8 Fantastic Exhibits at the 2017 Manila International Auto Show

Manila International Auto Show 2017 ( MIAS 2017) opens its  doors to the general public . The opening ceremonies started a bit late past 10:30 am with a ceremonial opening and a modern dance production.

This year’s theme  “Beyond Performance”, MIAS aims to serve as a venue to highlight the various feats automakers have done to further enhance their vehicles to be able to deliver to the driver and passenger that exhilarating experience they so deserve.

MIAS 2017 opening

invited guests of honor

There are several thousands of visitors and participants at the opening , which never failed to amaze first timers. There are something new to see at the exhibition site.  There are nearly 200 participating companies from the automotive sectors, 500 exhibitors and 400 car display units in the show’s 30,000-square meter exhibit area. Last year, the annual affair gathered about 110,000 participants.

MIAS 2017 poster

There are hundreds of exhibit booths at the World Trade Center and Philippine Trade Training Center (PTTC) located within Senator Gil Puyat Avenue ( Buendia).

Here are the 8 ( Eight) Fantastic Exhibits at the MIAS 2017

Mr. Lance Mosley -(Managing Director -Ford -Philippines) together with models

8.) Ford Philippines had their Ford Island Conquest program launched a few minutes after the opening ceremony. They are the first car company to host their project. The public had also a chance to test-drive the latest models.

Subaru

7.) Subaru launched the 2017 Impreza is the first of upcoming Subarus which will ride on a new architecture platform called the Subaru Global Platform, set to underpin all future Subaru models. Subaru also adds that the new platform focuses on economy, comfort and safety rather than overall performance. The platform also promises to bring “Enjoyment and Peace of Mind“.

Die Cast Collectors Philippines exhibition gallery

6.) DieCast Collectors Philippines (DCPH) members exhibited some of their miniature die cast car collections and limited edition at a gallery of at least half a dozen glass display stand. Their exhibit is located in between World Trade Center and PTTC walkway. Although the collection is not that many compared to the past editions of MIAS.  The collectible die cast cars gallery still attracts considerable number of people.

 They can also join the RC (remote control) drift race event, Tamiya 4WD race event or even do some Driftbox go-karting with friends and family.

.5.) Motolite  Aside from free coffee and freebies items . Motolite had been revolutionizing Filipino lives by having a futuristic theme at their booth.

sales and marketing staffs of Jetti Petroleum

4.) Jetti Petroleum had exciting games in store for the visitors . One can throw 3 pieces of ball and try to shoot them at a traffic light . Lucky ones can win prizes like gas or diesel coupon . Their booth is locates at  East Wing A which is in between WTC and PTTC.

a participant throws ball at the traffic light

3.) Chevrolet exhibit draw some time warp and nostalgia among visitors. Its neon lights, vintage dinner appeal and free coffee.

Chevrolet -We Care Cafe

There are vintage car photos and friendly staffs would greet each visitor to their exhibit booth.

2.) Police Community Relations Group( PCRG) – Philippine National Police (PNP) booth had their customize tricycle like those in MAD MAX Fury movie.  Friendly police officer will greet and give some handouts .

Volkswagen Fastback 1968

1.) Car Gallery – Aside from several car companies , The entire Philippine Trade Training Center building had a car gallery which features The MIAS Petron Custom Classic Car Competition, aspires to honor some of the country’s finest car restoration and custom car shops.

The Automobile Association of the Philippines (AAP), on the other hand, stages their annual Driver of the Year gala awards night, which distinguishes the  country’s top drivers in various motor- sport disciplines.

There are also daily activities like talks , car test driving and exciting competition .

MIAS 2017 is open from 10:00am to 10:00pm will run until April 2, 2017 . For those planning to visit, There is a minimal entrance fees of Php 100 for the general public and Php 80 for students and senior citizens with valid ID’s .