The fourth year graduating students of Lyceum of the Philippines University – Manila, taking up Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Arts invites everyone to visit their class exhibit entitled – Dukhang Marilag: Ineuqitable Judgement of Mankind at Maestrana Plaza, Intramuros, Manila on March 4-7, 2016.
Translated from the words ‘poor’ and ‘beautiful’, the combined classes of A-406C and A-406D decided to dig deep within the words and focus on the abundance and deficiency of people in different aspects of life, and how the unjust judgment of mankind based on their fortune became an inevitable norm of society we must surpass, through surreal artworks, masterpieces, and techniques instilled upon them.
The exhibitors will give you their own interpretation and perception of a world they abhor and a realm they desire through the use of graphic design, digital illustrations, traditional artworks, photography, video production, game development, and animation by stepping out of their comfort zones to showcase their skills and talents.
Dukhang Marilag aims to unveil the artist’s creative presentation of their thoughts and emotions on the subject matter through their own work of art, and to serve as an-eye opener to the public by letting people grasp the theme and delve deeper into its meaning. The 56 talented exhibitors will immerse their audience that witnessing without evaluating is the highest form of intelligence.
Opening night will be on March 4, 2016, 6PM and is strictly by invites only. Public viewing will start on March 5-7, 2016. Watch performances by Caffeine and Taurine, Kissling, and more bands from the local independent scene as they welcome and entertain both exhibitors and guests. There will also be an inspirational talk by Kay Aranzanso, Patrick Cabral, Klayton Ramos and spoken poetry by student volunteers from San Beda College – Alabang on March 5, 2016 and admission is free. All you have to do is come.
They will be revealing surprises from time to time so make sure to check back on their accounts. To know more about Dukhang Marilag: Inequitable Judgment of Mankind art exhibit, like their Facebook page, facebook.com/DukhangMarilag, follow them on Twitter and Instagram at @DukhangMarilag or you can send them an e-mail at email@example.com