UA&P has been at the forefront of relief efforts for people devastated by typhoon Yolanda. But while immediate, material provisions are important, the University also recognizes the need to complement this with long-term programs that will make a lasting impact. For this reason, the Arts Department of the College of Arts and Sciences is organizing an art market to benefit long-term recovery programs for children who survived the disaster.
One hundred percent of the sales from artworks will fund their psychological assessment, art therapy for healing, and recovery management. This project will complement immediate material provisions provided by UA&P H.O.P.E.S., as well as the upcoming solidarity concert of UA&P Reverb, which will support livelihood programs for survivors.
Featuring works from contemporary artists from Paete, Manila and abroad, the art market will run from November 25 until December 6 at Hanns Seidel Hall in UA&P. To make a purchase, please call 637-0912 local 361.
The participating artists include:
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