Synesthesia: A Multimedia Arts Exhibit

Synesthesia: The New Breed of Multimedia Arts Exhibit

Synesthesia: A Multimedia Arts Exhibit


Synesthesia: The New Breed of Multimedia Arts Exhibit gives eighteen talented multimedia artists from De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde the chance to showcase their best works this November 28 to 29, 2013 at the Secret Fresh Art Gallery, Ronac Art Center at San Juan City.

Synesthesia Exhibit has been called “the new breed of multimedia exhibit” because of its integration with modern Filipino music.

The exhibit not only aims to increase the appreciation of original Filipino music but also entice the senses.

The designers will incorporate their knowledge in graphic design, typography photography, and video animation with music.

Synesthesia will feature the artworks of Andrea Adapon, Richmond Arceo, Joahnna Cabral, Jeff Camungao, Cholo Del Rosario, Julienne Difuntorum, Christine Go, Melissa Holmes, Christine Luang, Patricia Madlansacay, Cyril Marfil, Harlene Morata, Jeanne Rodriguez, Gizelle Quiambao, Rafael Saavedra, Lorraine Santos, Eno Tanchanco and Krizia Uchida. This group of young designers is under the guidance of Miss Vanessa Puente and Mister Nestor Abrogena.

But what is an art and music exhibit without bands?

Synesthesia will be guesting twelve OPM bands. On the 28th of November, Extrapolation, Yolanda Moon, LDP (Lyrically Deranged Poets), EJ Angustia, Autotelic and Moonwlk will be performing and on the 29th, Actually Not Here, Jensen and the Flips, Gabe Piolo, Mithi, Nouvul and the Morning Episodes will be taking over the stage.

But wait, there’s more!

The exhibit will be auctioning limited edition photographs of the different bands.

A big portion of the auctioned works and all proceeds of the tickets will be given to the victims of the super typhoon Yolanda through Gawad Kalinga.

End your November with a bang!

See you all art and music fanatics at the 2nd floor of Secret Fresh Gallery at the Ronac Art Center on November 28 and 29, 2013.

If you want more details, check out their Facebook page and their website,


Synesthesia: A Multimedia Arts Exhibit


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