Ako, Kami, Tayo (A. K. T.): A Multimedia ARTS Exhibition by SINO – SINO

This is a Multimedia ARTS Exhibition about the value of importance, specifically how self–worth can lead us into being selfless. So for the venue of the exhibition, they visually made use of a house to embody a home where they can incorporate different types of self–worth issues into our personal spaces. It is to pinpoint why an individual ignores the value of all things that matter together. Similar to how we, as an individual, welcome our house guests into our home, their artworks will reflect our personality and basically who we are as a person based on what we give importance to.

ABOUT THE ARTIST: SINO–SINO is a group of 11 senior students from the School of Multimedia Arts at Asia Pacific College in fulfillment of the course Project Management of Art Exhibition & Events. The team’s multi media background is composed of animation, film, graphic design, and studio art majors.

The word “who” in Filipino is called “sino” or “sinu-sino.” Based on the most frequently asked question whenever the team is asked who they are grouped with in the course (“Sinu-sino ba kayo?”), they decided to make the term their team name. It is a name that fits their team composition because they classify themselves as blooming artists who are still in the process of growing and taking the longest journey to be recognized.

Join SINO–SINO as they showcase their artworks in their exhibit entitled Ako, Kami, Tayo. It is to be held on September 8 – 10, 2017 at #35 John Paul St. Multinational Village, Parañaque City. See full viewing schedule below:

Opening night program starts on September 08, 7:30 PM to 1:00 AM with special performances from invited bands. For regular viewing and Artists’ Talk: September 09, from 12 NN to 6 PM and closing night starts on September 10, 6 PM – 12 AM.

For further updates about SINO – SINO and A.K.T. (AKO KAMI TAYO), you may follow them at their social media accounts:




This event is made possible by Ginebra San Miguel Inc.,Mclaire Foods, Artzap.PH ClickTheCity, WhenInManila.com, and Dexact Photo & Graphic Services.

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