Journey through a “Kaleidoscope” of art in ARTablado until April 15

“Kaleidoscope 2: Mirrored Realities” features the works of students from La Salle College of Antipolo’s Arts and Design Strand and Special Program in the Arts.

Journey through a “Kaleidoscope” of art in ARTablado until April 15

“Kaleidoscope 2” is the second ARTablado exhibit highlighting LSCA’s art students.

John Michael Carlos, Nicholas Cawicaan, Emman Cervantes, Adrian Dominguez, Brad Fernando, Aaron Legaspi, Victor Mojica, Josh Mondragon, Nathan Soriano, Gino Tolentino, Ben Zamora, Ayen Bonifacio, Sophia Bravo, Neyen Cinco, Rain Dungca, Aleksandra Escala, Daphne Jumawan, Raissa Liban, Ma. Franchesca Libio, Xiomara Ludovice, Kyleigh Christen Materum, Krystle Miguel, Lovely Pili, Maria Antoinette Querijero, Justine Saguid, Czarah Santos, Ma. Eliza Isabel Santos, Dana Tonogbanua, Chloe Wong, and Alegra Samson are participating in the exhibit.

Last year, LSCA senior high school students mounted the first “Kaleidoscope” in ARTablado at Robinsons Antipolo, showing their art to a broader audience.

After Hope for the Flowers by Sabel Santos

“Last year’s exhibit was a tremendous success, and it owes much of its success to ARTablado. Artablado is like a welcoming home that keeps its doors open for young, budding artists,” said LSCA teacher Jade Arabelle A. Cabauatan.

A Robinsons Land initiative launched in 2020, ARTablado supports Filipino artists by giving them a venue to display their works. ARTablado can be found in Robinsons Galleria and Robinsons Antipolo. It has featured rising and established artists.

Cabauatan said, “LSCA chose to keep the title ‘Kaleidoscope’ because it perfectly encapsulates the vibrant diversity and dynamic creativity thriving within our school’s art community. This title symbolizes the kaleidoscopic range of artistic expressions and perspectives showcased in the exhibit. It also carries forward the legacy of last year’s students.”

She and fellow teacher John Paul Diciembre have guided the students through the process. “As educators in the Arts and Design, our primary objective is to provide students with real-world experiences in the industry, from conceptualization to execution, culminating in the actual exhibition. Our students have invested considerable time and effort into brainstorming and crafting their pieces, with some starting their work months in advance in anticipation of this event,” Cabauatan said.

“Having a chance to showcase my artworks in ARTablado is a great opportunity for a student like me to express my creativity in art and share it with others,” said student artist Sabel Santos.

Fellow student artist Brad Fernando shared, “ARTablado has opened many doors for me to showcase what it means to be an artist.”

“Kaleidoscope 2: Mirrored Realities” invites viewers to a transformative journey through the labyrinth of mirrored realities, where truth and illusion intertwine and the ordinary becomes extraordinary. Through different mediums, the exhibit captures life’s profound essence and inherent beauty, transforming experiences and emotions into tangible expressions of art. The students’ diverse perspectives on everyday life will be on display, creating moments for deep reflection, contemplation, understanding, and connection.

The works will include paintings, digital art, and even fashion design. The exhibit’s centerpiece is 27 artworks by 27 artists who will express their individuality through butterflies.

Diciembre said, “Partnering with ARTablado offers a unique opportunity to expose students to a broader audience and foster a deeper appreciation for art. It’s priceless and rewarding to see another batch of students have the chance to shine and share their art with a wider market, further enriching the school’s artistic legacy.”

“Kaleidoscope 2: Mirrored Realities” will run from April 3 to 15 in ARTablado Robinsons Antipolo.

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