Artists join the call for help-A A +A
Sunday, December 8, 2013
ARTISTS Helping Artists (AHA) movement in Davao, a loose group or students, enthusiasts, and professionals of different art disciplines, have heeded the call to help victims of typhoon Yolanda victims and set up an art exhibit the Artists in Davao for Yolanda victims (Aid-Yolanda).
While the exhibit was hastily put up, considering the unexpected turn of events, this is yet AHA’s biggest gathering of artists.
For the first time, the three colleges that offer fine arts have students joining the exhibit – the University of Mindanao, the Philippine Women’s College of Davao, and the Ford Academy of the Arts.
The paintings are for sale and proceeds are to go to the Redemptorist Province in Cebu City, who are helping the survivors of Yolanda in Eastern Visayas.
Those who cannot afford to buy paintings can also send their cash donations directly to the Redemptorist Province bank account.
Account Name: Redemptorist Province
Bank of the Philippie Islands Peso Account No. 2931-0026-54
Cebu Business Park Branch, Cebu City
Swift Code: BOPIPHMM
Redemptorist is helping rebuild and not just in the relief operations.
Participating artists are: Jon Traya, Qric Batilaran, Bryan Cabrera, Dominick Pilapil, Regan Deiparine, King Duyan, Edmundo Viacrucis, Glenn Remolador, Bong Espinosa, Dennis Puzon, Vyankka Balasabas, C. Cosio, Rosamond Alejar, Jun Cayas, Jeff Bangot, Boylin M. Pral Jr., Victor Dumaguing, Johnmark S. Principe, Kim Valle, Elvin Payong, Cassandra Alanis Cano, Camille Imbo, Dino Jason Caballes, Elenita "Boots" Dumlao, Randy Mindo, Ric N. Obenza, Domingo Arat, Winny Abonales, Ralph Doron, Kublai Millan, and this writer, Stella Estremera.
The exhibit will run the whole month of December and is across Fullybooked.
Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on December 08, 2013.