METRO MANILA, January 23, 2019 – Miriam College, in partnership with ArtisteSpace, Inc., a full- service creative and events agency that specializes in Creatives, Institutional Events, MICE, and Set-Up services, launched the first and the biggest art fair event in the North.
The art fair, entitled “UnARThodox,” was coined from the term unorthodox which means the “contrary to what is usual or traditional.”
The event was held on January 31 to February 2, 2019, from 8 o’clock in the morning to 6 o’clock in the evening, at Paz Adriano Grounds and Henry Sy Innovation Center, Miriam College, Quezon City.
UnARThodox featured professional and amateur artists who exhibited and sold their art pieces. Over one hundred art pieces were exhibited in the art fair from different artists across the Metro and nearby provinces.
Prestigious featured artists of different art forms included Philip Badon and his wife Thelma Badon, Glenn Blanco, the doctor-artist Ronnie Lim, Ral Arrogante, Alex De Castro, Paper Cutting Philippines President Badz Magsumbol, Caress Banzon, Norlie Meiban, Boysie Villacencio, and the Association of Foot and Mouth Painters of the Philippines Member Jovy Sasutona, gathered in this huge art fair to bring out their distinct works.
Besides the exhibit, the event also held seminars and workshops facilitated by well-known artists and professionals. These included:
- Paper Cutting
- Digital Film
- Digital Art Production
- Jewelry Making, Fashion
- Design Thinking and Creative Process
- Latte Art
- Origami Making
- Rubber Stamp Making
- 3D Printing
Miriam College and ArtisteSpace, Inc. brought art enthusiasts to a world beyond art through the different and captivating activities in UnARThodox. It hopes to have introduced Filipino artists, as well as the different platforms of art, to the young aspirants and hopefully engage their passion for arts.
With over 5,000 delegates and participants, UnARThodox is the first and biggest art fair in the North. This event is a celebration in honor of the Philippine Arts as well as our local artists.
For more information, visit www.unarthodoxph.com.
Thank you for inviting me to this event. Truly, art is alive and I am inspired.
Congratulations to Miriam College for organizing a successful event.
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