REFLECTIONS AND INTERPRETATIONS:
Visual Essays on Peace
february 4 – may 15, 2015

unknown The exhibition entitled REFLECTIONS AND INTERPRETATIONS: Visual Essays on Peace is a component of the Eighth DLSU Arts Congress in conjunction with the University’s celebration of the 2015 arts month this February, with the theme BUGKOS KULTURA: Art for Peace Nurturing.

The exhibit showcases works from the Wili and Doreen Fernandez and the University art collections and by participating Lasallian educators and academic personnel. It is an opportunity with this project to cultivate the artistic sensitivity and point of view of the One La Salle. It shows the reflections and interpretations of artists on art and peace and on peace education. Likewise, the works show various peace imageries which artists used to communicate their feelings toward the subject of peace in different media representing their own artistic styles.

We used the dove (graphically executed), in the exhibition logo. The dove is the most well-known image of peace, which comes from the biblical story of Noah’s Ark.   Doves are known to be white, meaning pure and humble, the same as our intention for this exhibit. 

The exhibit is made possible through the concerted efforts of the Arts Congress 2015 Committee and The Museum.

This exhibition is a component of the Eight DLSU Arts Congress in conjunction with the University’s celebration of the 2015 arts month with the theme BUGKOS KULTURA: Art for Peace Nurturing. It showcases works of artists’ reflections and interpretations on art and peace and on peace education. Various peace imageries are presented to communicate the subject of peace in different media and artistic styles from the Wili and Doreen Fernandez and the University art collections. Also featured are works of participating professors and academic personnel.

 

 

Works from the Wili and Doreen Fernandez Art Collections

National Artists

  • Benedicto “Bencab” Cabrera
  • Carlos “Botong” Francisco
  • Jose Joya

Prominent Filipino Modern and Contemporary Artists

  • Ross Arcilla
  • Eduardo Castrillo
  • Orlando Castillo
  • Mauro Malang
  • Isabelo Quiles
  • Julie Lluch
  • Lor Calma
  • Jean Marie Syjuco
  • Lao Lianben
  • Joseph Clavita
  • Ibarra Dela Rosa
  • Romeo Carlos
  • Ferdinand Santiago Jr.
  • Nonoy Ferrarez
  • Feliciano Gallardo
  • Raul Piedra
  • Norma Belleza
  • Llamas Garcia
  • William Yu
  • Cid Reyes

 

DLSU Faculty and Academic Personnel

  • Glorife Samodio
  • Leni Garcia
  • Dorothy Javier
  • Martin Joseph Esteves
  • Alma Sabulao
  • Krisha Roque
  • Aarichela Dela Cruz
  • Rhoderick Nuncio

 

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