Greenfield celebrates creativity through outdoor art fair
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Greenfield Development Corporation—one of the country’s pioneering real estate developers today—ushers the Yuletide season as it hosts Art for Generations, a two-day art fair on December 7 and 8, 2013 at the Central Park of Greenfield District.

“At Greenfield, we believe our land is our legacy. Our founders have nurtured these prized possessions for years, and our responsibility is to develop these lands into communities that will remain relevant throughout the years,” says Jeffrey D.Y. Campos, Chairman and President of Greenfield Development Corporation.

Staged in partnership with various art groups, the outdoor art fair—a first at the 12.8 hectare Greenfield District in Mandaluyong City—aims to foster greater public appreciation for local contemporary art and craftsmanship through a variety of activities.
Hundreds of unique pieces will be featured at The Art Market. Guests can also watch art films on an outdoor movie screen at Art Films in the Sky.
Those who share the passion for art can attend art appreciation talks spearheaded by noted artists at The Right Art.
And visitors will be serenaded by a string quartet and jazz band at String and Jazz.

“Beyond being a pioneering art event, Art for Generations gives people a glimpse into the unique experience of being part of the Greenfield District family—a community of creative people with an innovative vision,” shares Campos. “Through this, we hope to help enliven the season by reminding people of the heritage, legacy, and joy that Christmas brings.”

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wicked manila boy

we went there and had a great time. there is pay parking at the condo just across the street and an open pay parking about a block away (maybe a minute walk). worth it naman 🙂 they had art films shown outdoors. the breeze was cool and there was wine, beer and pizza (not free though). loved the live art they had as the works were less pricey and negotiable. like one “dealer” said, “anything goes!”



We almost were at the event but got turned off when the available free parking spaces were reserved for event organizers and painters. We were directed to a pay parking area some distance from the venue. We opted to skip the event altogether and just had lunch.