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"Ugnayan: Alagad ng Sining para sa Kalikasan" Opens at Museo ng Muntinlupa

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Muntinlupa City witnessed a remarkable artistic convergence on August 5 as the Museo ng Muntinlupa launched its inaugural exhibition of the year, titled "Ugnayan: Alagad ng Sining para sa Kalikasan" (Connection: Artists for the Environment).

The event showcased 71 artworks encompassing paintings, jewelry, sculptures, and stoneware.

The exhibition featured the works of 12 prominent artists from around the country, including Helena Alegre, Avie Felix, Ricky Francisco, Rachel Ngan-Dueñas, Jonathan Dangue, Ching Cruz, Rene Cruz, Maria Magdamit, Lara Latosa, Melissa Yeung-Yap, Charming Baldemor, and Jean Aves.


The grand opening was graced by Mayor Ruffy Biazon, Congressman Jimmy Fresnedi, as well as several distinguished guests from the mainstream media. The event not only celebrated the artists' creative expressions but also highlighted the significance of art in advocating for environmental awareness and conservation.

The "Ugnayan: Alagad ng Sining para sa Kalikasan" exhibition is open to the public from August 6 to August 10, providing an opportunity for Muntinlupa residents and visitors to immerse themselves in the diverse array of artistic creations that promote the importance of environmental stewardship.

Art enthusiasts and those concerned about the environment are encouraged to take part in this remarkable showcase of talent and advocacy.

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