Thursday, September 25, 2008


Here's a quick run-down of our upcoming activities for the last quarter of what is already a very eventful year!

Looking for Juan
Opens with cocktails at 630pm on October 21, 2008 at the Ayala Museum.

Seven visual artists: Plet Bolipata, Elmer Borlongan, Alfredo Esquillo, Karen Flores, Manny Garibay, Winner Jumalon and Mark Justiniani

Collaborate and interact with

Seven rock bands: Dong Abay, Cynthia Alexander, Joey Ayala, Noel Cabangon, Loquy, Peryodiko and Up Dharma Down

To produce

Fourteen original paintings and rock songs all on the theme of What It Means to Be Filipino.

The Star Thrower
The first one-woman show of artist Liza Flores
Opens with cocktails on October 27, 2008 at 1/of Gallery, Shops at Serendra, Global City

Based on a popular environmental story, Liza Flores paints large and playful acrylic on archival paper works - made even more whimsical through the creative use of glow-in-the-dark paint - that will be used as illustrations for CANVAS' book of three very short ecofables for children to be launched in February 2009.

Message in the Sand
A major art exhibition and children's book launch
Opens with cocktails at 630pm on November 27, 2008 at the Ayala Museum

Our latest environmental children's book, written especially for CANVAS by international bestseller Charmaine Aserappa, and rendered as large scale acrylic on canvas works in his signature naif style by Roel Obemio, Message in the Sand tells a timely tale of the power of an individual - even a young child - to make a difference.

You are all invited to these very exciting events! See you there!!!

1 comment:

thortz said...

Hi! Just want to inform you that I'll re-post your "Looking for Juan" activity, including the photo/poster in my blog. Thanks! :)