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Gateway Gallery opens Pocket Museum 

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Gateway Gallery is now open to feature art from all walks of life starting February, according to a report by GMA News.

In a project called “Art Flex,” the Pocket Museum will “give artists the opportunity to have their artworks featured in the mobile app.”

Every Friday, new submissions will be posted in accordance with a monthly theme.

The theme this February is “My Home,” followed by “My Summer” in March and “Cebu” in April to commemorate the 500 years since the victory in Mactan.

One artwork will also be selected each quarter and the artist will get to bring home prizes and a chance to exhibit at Gateway Gallery.

Aside from two more exhibits to be uploaded, the bi-monthly feature of the Art Collection will also start in February which include works from writers, curators and educators.

The project is open for everyone, including amateurs and professionals. The app is available for download in Google Play and IOS' App Store.

Gateway Gallery is Araneta City’s art museum managed by the J. Amado Araneta Foundation.


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