Yayoi Kusama expert talks at Ayala Museum
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Ayala Museum, with the support of the Japan Foundation-Manila, presents the I Love Kusama exhibition at its Ground Floor Gallery and Third Floor Glass Lane this July 16 to September 1, 2013.
As part of its education component, Ayala Museum has invited Mr. Akira Tatehata for a one-time lecture on 10 August, 2013 at 4 PM, Ayala Museum Ground Floor Lobby.

Akira Tatehata

Don’t miss this opportunity to listen to one of the world’s leading experts on Yayoi Kusama.

Kusama talk at ayala

Payment Options:
1) Bank Deposit (BPI Savings)
Deposit payments can be made to Ayala Foundation, Inc., Account # 0011-1490-14.
Please send deposit slips to either Joy Pena or Carla Munoz at education@ayalamuseum.org to confirm your attendance.
Participants availing of the discounted rate must include a copy of their valid ID in their email.
Deadline for payment is on August 7, Wednesday.

2) Direct payments may also made at the museum’s front desk. Last day for reservations will be on August 7, 2013.
Please be reminded that on the day itself, reserved tickets claimed after 4 PM will still be accepted, however the remaining reserved seats will be offered to walk-in guests.

For more information, call 757-7117 to 21 or email museum_inquiry@ayalamuseum.org.
To know more, go to http://www.ayalamuseum.org

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Winners: Special giveaway from Taguig
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Out of more than 1300 entries to last week’s promo five winners were electronically chosen via Random.org.

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These train cases will go to:

Cherry Santos of Novaliches, Quezon City
Marloe Uy of Camputhaw, Cebu City
Anne Vera Candelaria of Mandaluyong City
Fabico Anton of Tandang Sora, Quezon City
Kristina Viray of Antipolo City

Inside: Special notebooks illustrated by Ana Maria Zamora for Mayor Lani Cayetano of Taguig, CarbTrim weight management mixes, Botong Francisco x Freeway mousepad, and Mich Dulce x BENCH accessories

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Winners, please check your email about getting your prizes.
Thanks very much and watch for my next giveaway!

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Got talent? Preview invites you to showcase your work
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Preview magazine’s Portfolio Project is a venue where experienced or up-and-coming designers, hair and makeup artists, photographers, graphic designers, and other fashion creatives can house their bodies of work.
Preview has been at the forefront of discovering up-and-coming fashion talent, from the Preview Fashion Talent Awards, the annual Creative It-List, its Ten Names You Need To Know.

Preview

In line with this, Preview invites all creatives upload their professional portfolios to Stylebible.ph.
The project aims to provide a platform that will help emerging artists showcase their talents, be easily recognizable and searchable.
Aspiring talents in the fields of fashion design, fashion writing, graphic design and illustration, fashion styling, hair, makeup, and photography can simply upload their best work in this online fashion portfolio.
Each artist gets their own page, where anyone (think: potential clients, interested collaborators, Preview editors, etc.) can have a look. Contact details are posted as well.
To top it off, all contributors to the project have their names arranged both alphabetically and by profession, giving readers easy access to locate the person or service they need.

To know more, go to http://www.stylebible.ph/preview-portfolio-project/

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Nova Gallery presents Jun-Jun Sta. Ana
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Jun-Jun Sta. Ana took the scenic route on his way to becoming a visual artist.
First, he studied dentistry. Then, he became a window dresser.
After his first show as a visual artist, Jun-Jun realized, “Oh, I have some talent.”

Jun-Jun Sta. Ana

Jun-Jun comes from a family of dentists, so his parents naturally hoped their son would be one too.
But Jun-Jun hated school and made other plans for his life.
As an artist he considers himself “self-taught.” He also describes himself as an artist who has to work all the time, “or else I feel guilty.”
Several shows and recognitions after his first exhibit, Jun-Jun has found his niche in the art world.

Jun-Jun Sta. Ana

Jun-Jun, who is a member of the Chicago Artists’ Coalition, creates art and images ranging from installations to mixed media work and digital images.
One of his more popular works consists of a series of portraits of Chicago men, found and enlisted as portraiture subjects through various gay networking phone apps such as Grindr.

Jun-Jun Sta. Ana
Jun-Jun Sta. Ana

His upcoming show at the Nova Gallery, which opens on August 1, 2013, is dubbed Autobiography.
It consists of 125 photographic prints, all shot using an iPhone 4.
Jun-Jun will also feature several assemblages.
“The images were taken in Chicago, Manila, New York, Baguio, Indiana and Silay,” says Jun-Jun, who describes his exhibit as a “travelogue.”

Jun-Jun Sta. Ana
Jun-Jun Sta. Ana
Jun-Jun Sta. Ana

“Though there’s no overriding theme or subject that governs the exhibit’s visual narrative, it’s evident that the artist’s devotion lies on the city. The photographs, mostly in black and white, pay homage to the city’s chaos, commotions and constancies,” says a review of the photographs, which are rendered in archival and pigment inks on paper.

The Nova Gallery is at Warehouse 12A La Fuerza Compound, 2241 Chino Roces Avenue, Makati City.
Opening night is on August 1, 2013 at 7 PM with cocktails until 10 PM.
The exhibition will run until August 22, 2013.

To see more of his work, go to http://www.artmajeur.com/junjunsa/

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