Here’s the avp made by Katherine Wepee, Camille Miguel and Jeremy Sulit for the recently concluded Parkfest PH.
Participating in this event has been one of the most fun decisions ever! Joining and helping Ate Roma and Ate Maan was really an enjoyable thing to do. I’m sharing the video presentation they made because they’re my co-volunteers way back during the December event presented by Type Kita: Pass On The Passion. They were the amazing documentation team as well and did an amazing job. They captured moments and immortalized them through their lenses, photographs and videos.
This is not yet my blog post for the whole event, but it’s here to let you see what you could have missed if you did not go to the event. Nevertheless, the art installations will now be a part of Nayong Pilipino (the one along Luneta Park) and you just have to pay an entrance fee (not more than Php 50) to be able to enter.
Let your family tag along or have your date there or even a picnic with your family to be able to bond with them. Share your talent and wit! Get inspired by letting your mind see wonderful creations by our artists.
Some of the installations there are made by:
- Ella Lama
- June Digan
- Gelibal Cruz
- Anina Rubio
- Patrick Cabral
- John Ed de Vera
- ARTitas of Manila
- Doodle Art Enthisiasts
- Jelvin Base
- Carl Chua
and so much more!!
There’s the map and I hope I could help you with the directions and questions.
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