IF You have time... Pls. do drop by Cultural Center of the Philippines starting tomorrow, June 17 at 3PM till August 21, for our Group Art Exhibition featuring artists from UST.
KULÔ (v.) is the state of boiling; to simmer or to bubble because of molecular friction resulting to heat; a condition associated with rage; seethe; irritation.
KULÔ is an exhibition of artworks by selected alumni artists of the University of Santo Tomas. The artworks, old and new, contribute to the discourses of the pen
and the sword, education and revolutiontopics that have led to implicate Filipino artists and thinkers, who remain conscious of the historical occasion and dialogue
between Jose Rizal's 150th birthday and the country's oldest university's 400th year celebration as an educational institution.
Direct or indirect representations, portrayals and recollections of Rizal, will or have been explored through traditional mediums, multimedia installations and graphic design.
This exhibition is an artists' initiative that hopes to re-evaluate the contribution of individual artists to the discourse in art and its social context in the Philippines.
KULȎ will be exhibited at the Bulwagang Juan Luna (Main Gallery) of The Cultural Center of The Philippines.
Opening at 3:00pm on June 17 as part of the CCP's celebration of the 150th birth anniversary of Jose P. Rizal. The exhibit will go on till August 21, 2011.
Michelle Pauline Lim
J. Pacena II
Jose Tence Ruiz
Initiatied and Organized by J. Pacena II and Jocelyn Tullao-Calubayan in partnership with Joseph Saguid, Pocholo Goitia and Buen Calubayan. In cooperation with all the participating artists and the Cultural Center of the Philippines.
For particulars about the exhibit call CCP Visual Arts and Museo at Tels. 832-3702 and 832-1125 locals 1504+1505 from Tuesdays to Fridays 9:00am-6:00pm. Museum hours are at10:00am-6:00pm daily except Mondays and holidays.