Anong Papel Mo? Mga Kwento ng Pagmulat at Pagyabong on March 3, 2023
The public is invited to “Anong Papel Mo? Mga Kwento ng Pagmulat at Pagyabong”, an Artist Talk on March 3 (Friday), from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. at the UP Fine Arts Gallery Multipurpose Hall.
The talk launches “Limbag at Likhang Kamay: Papel ng Kababaihang Manlilikha sa Pagmumulat”, a discussion and workshop project that explores how women artists wielded paper, among the most fragile of materials, towards pamumulat: connecting the personal and the political through the written page, painting, and printmaking, writ large.
The talk highlights the contributions of UP’s women artist-scholars to cultural work and art practice. It features a panel of distinguished art practitioners: director and scriptwriter Bibeth Orteza, conservation expert and visual artist June Dalisay, and printmaker and educator Ambie Abaño. It will be co-moderated by Annie Pacaña and Lisa Ito. Please register for the event at https://bit.ly/AnongPapelMo.
The second part will be art workshops on and children’s book production, printmaking, and giant poster painting to be facilitated by the artists. Interested participants may sign up for limited slots in one-day free art workshops, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Participants will experience hands-on production of these art forms and hear stories of how these were used to express personal to collective struggles. The workshops are:
- Basic Woodcut with Color Enhancement Techniques with Ambie Abaño (March 10)
- Writing and Illustrating for Children’s Books with Annie Pacaña (March 25)
- Memory Project: Making the NPAA’s Giant Poster with June Poticar-Dalisay (March 27)
The project threads the UP Diliman Arts and Culture Festival 2023’s theme of “KALOOB mula at tungo sa Bayan: Artista-Iskolar-Manlilikha” with International Women’s Day 2023 on March 8, 2023 and National Women’s Month in March.
It is a pilot project of the UP College of Fine Arts, through its Gender and Development (GAD) Committee in cooperation with the UP Diliman Office for Initiatives in Culture and the Arts (OICA), UP Fine Arts Gallery, and the Concerned Artists of the Philippines (CAP).