Merry Christmas in Art in Island: A Night Full of Arts, Carols and Food


In celebration of the Christmas season and Art in Island’s 3rd anniversary, Art in Island has prepared a series of Christmas events to be enjoyed with the whole family and friends. Art in Island brings you the very first 3D Art + Media Art in the Philippines, a Christmas-themed interactive 3D art exhibit, an art market full of handmade and local art products, and a museum wrapped in Christmas lights and display.

Art In Island brings media art through projection mapping and media façade art combined here in the Philippines for the very first time! Exciting projection mapped performances are carefully wrapped around Art In Island’s 30 feet tall panoramic 3D paintings and the show is inspired by stories from the Bible’s Book of Genesis.

‘Art in Island – Christmas Exhibit’ is a Christmas-themed interactive art exhibit where you can be a part of the Christmas 3D paintings. It will be opened from November 4 to January 31, 2018, in the Art in Island exhibit room and is composed of different Christmas-inspired photo zones. The best part is that there is no admission fee!

The opening ceremony of the Christmas exhibit will be celebrated together with the opening of the museum Christmas Lights, featuring the 10-meter Christmas tree located in front of the museum on November 4, 2017 at 7 PM.

On the same day starts the Art Market – Christmas Edition. One of the event trademarks Art in Island has opened, Art Market, is a weekend event where local artists and artists-at-heart can showcase their talents and passion by their handcrafted and painted masterpieces.

This will definitely be a night full of art, Christmas carols, fireworks display, various food booths and more!

About Art in Island

Art in Island, the biggest 3D art museum in Asia, is an interactive museum where we invite everyone to “BE PART OF ART.” With over a hundred 3D paintings painted on the walls and floor, you can freely touch, be creative with your poses and take pictures as much as you want. The paintings become real like you are actually in them. The museum opened last December 25, 2014. To learn more, visit or call us at 421-1356.

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