on December 12, 2013
Arts at its finest quality together with the ambience of nature opened it's doors to the young and master artists to showcase their masterpiece to the public.
Artists and their crew began to put up their booths and soulful arts to the public as critiques, enthusiast and visitors marvel at their genuine work of art.
Rising to the peak of excitement, the event finally freed its viewers with the ribbon cutting ceremony and followed by a media interview of Greenfield District's Executive VP Atty. Duanne A.X. Santos.
Blending modern culture and lifestyle to contemporary and passé of creativity and uniqueness of arts, Greenfield District opened its doors to a fresh and vast horizon, giving visitors the unforgettable experience of nature inside urban living.
Artists across the country gathered to present and sell their masterpiece to collectors and art enthusiasts showcasing everything from paintings to crafts that an artist can think of...
A lot of booths can also be visited and arts to be viewed made by prominent local artist of the country and their art gallery booths as follows: Art Nove, Big Gallery, Gallery Joaquin, Galeria de las Islas, Craft MNL, EDI+ION, Coast Thru Life, Chae'z Kuro, Cevio Art House, Art Verité, une ART hed, Prometheus, OMG (One Manila Gallery) NOW Gallery, Metro Gallery and Liongoren Gallery.
As they etched their names in history using their skills and artworks, some of the masterpiece were made beyond your wildest imagination as it will tease your creativity and appreciation for art.
While others are solely for entertainment... Like these... But still a piece of art is still a piece of art right?
Selling some of their artworks not to grab the opportunity of being rich and famous but a portion of the proceeds will go to a charitable institution that will greatly help the people affected by the super typhoon #yolandaPH.
A flicker of curiosity was entertained by Atty. Santos on our lunch interview at Kanin Club, at The Hub as the social media's turn to throw questions at the organizing team and to Atty. Santos.
Film viewing was also made available featuring the winners of Gawad Urian and unfortunately, we weren't able to watch it due to time constraints and the weather condition.
Together with Jaja Ramirez of www.TheRogueWriter.net and Me of ManilaZine (also a writer / contributor to www.Azraelsmerryland.blogspot.com) pinched a question "what inspired you to produce such an art event like this?" as Atty. Santos answered "This is to showcase Filipino contemporary and traditional arts to be appreciated by the future customers and artist young and masters alike outside the central parks of urban living." a good cause indeed.
Heightened with the excitement, local and famous foods were served as we dine together for lunch like a family as we have shared and enjoyed each and every serving.
For more information about the Art for Generations event, like them on facebook at GreenfieldDistrictArtFair and for information on Greenfield Development Corp. visit www.greenfield.com.ph, and get in touch with them thru e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org lastly, you can reach them at (02) 72-GREEN, (02)53-GREEN and 0917-53-GREEN.
This is one terrific and valuable event to be treasured by young and old, future cutomers and enthusiast and the best of all for the world to appreciate the wonder and beauty of ART. - John Bautista of ManilaZine
I was a guest and co-host for this segment of Brigada to feature Maragondon as the next travel and adventure destination near Manila. Go watch and discover what the town can offer for tourism.
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
2013 Art for Generations - A 2-day art exhibit at it's finest in Greenfield District, Mandaluyong CityTweet