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Budayaw Visual Arts, Exhibit, Arts Talks and Creativity Workshops 

Under One Sky: the Budayaw Visual Arts Exhibition showcased the visual art works from selected artists of Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines on September 20-24, 2017 at Veranza Mall Atrium, this City.
The Visual Arts Exhibition aimed to celebrate the notion of common ground that as part of the BIMP-EAGA region, we can all walk in search of peace and respect in this world.
It explored and interweaved the many different styles, genres and traditions at work in today’s dynamic Visual Arts scene within the BIMP- EAGA region.
There were 27 chosen participating visual artists: 19 from Mindanao, 2 from Palawan, Philippines, 5 from Malaysia and 1 from Brunei Darussalam.
The Budayaw Visual Arts Exhibition was composed of three (3) activities: the Art Talks which have an interactive discussion and lectures from different speakers, Assembling of Balay- Balay (Torogan) with Arch. GloryroseDy, and the Paper Cuts with Mr. Ryan Arengo- NCCA Architect.
Prof. Abraham “Abe” Garcia Jr., the curator of the Budayaw Visual Arts Exhibition said on his conceptual note to open our minds, our hearts, and our human spirit the possibilities of art.
“Under One Sky, this visual arts exhibition portrays the importance of local and international visual artistry which is still dynamic especially here in General Santos City,” Ms. Janine Mae S. Magbanua, Visual Art Committee Head said.
Budayaw Arts Exhibition is the first international festival of cultural arts organized by Mindanao State University (MSU) Gensan in partnership with the Local Government Units of General Santos City and Sarangani Province. (CPIO/Pido/datb)

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