Genesis Worlds Rebirth: A Virtual Multimedia Exhibit

Mapua University, School of Media Studies is proud to bring you Genesis: World’s Rebirth – A Virtual Multimedia Exhibit. The exhibit will take place on Artsteps it is an immersive and interactive web-based environment which allows virtual exhibition that makes artworks available to anyone all over the internet using a common browser without any additional software needed.

Exhibit attendee can access Genesis: World’s Rebirth through smartphone by downloading Artsteps on Google Play store for android and Apple Play store for IOS. After downloading Artsteps they can head over to the exhibit Facebook Page “Genesis: World’s Rebirth – A Virtual Multimedia Exhibit” and click the sign up and fill up the information asked. After signing up there’s a link for the exhibit, just click the link and you will be directing to Genesis: World’s Rebirth Exhibit on Artsteps. Another way to access the exhibit is through the use browser, you can also head over to the exhibit Facebook Page “Genesis: World’s Rebirth – A Virtual Multimedia Exhibit” and click the sign up and fill up the information asked. After signing up there’s a link for the exhibit, just click the link and you will be directing to Genesis: World’s Rebirth Exhibit on Artsteps. The exhibit attendee can navigate the Exhibit using mouse or pressing arrow keys or by their fingers on smartphones.

Genesis: World’s Rebirth – A Virtual Multimedia Exhibit is a Free Admission, anyone can access and visit the Exhibit starting from October 23 -25, 2020 through Artsteps.com. Genesis: World’s Rebirth will showcase different arts, styles and perspectives from the 4th year Multimedia Arts and Science’s student of Mapua University, School of Multimedia Studies. The theme of the exhibit is “Solarpunk” to depict the current situation of our country in which we are adjusting and adapting to the new normal. The exhibitors want to show everyone through their art, a world that’s rebuilt, a community that made stronger by the pandemic, a world that is rebuilding solidarity through love-filled, a system that work better in the long-term through local communities, supporting artisans, and living sustainably. We want to show hope and give courage to everyone at we can make a change and we will stand again. As we are facing today’s battle. The exhibit is also a tribute to the heroes of today; to give gratitude and appreciation for their bravery and sacrifices for our country and people to make a better place for the future. 

The exhibit is in partnership with Wacom Philippines, EXPTV and WhenInManila.com.






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