Grade 7 Students from DLSZ-Vermosa Launch first Art Exhibit

Written by: Kristoff Elijah Cruz (7J), Allyson Jann Camerino (7K), Sophia Maureen Emperado (7J)

(Imus, Cavite) The first batch of Junior High School students from De La Salle Santiago Zobel – Vermosa Campus is hosting a Newspaper Museum-inspired exhibit entitled, Sining Gang 2019: Gunitain, Tangkilikin, Unawain ang Tanawin featuring artworks using recycled rolled papers.

With the sole mission of raising awareness to various Philippine artworks, the Grade 7 Vermosa students are adding twist to art production by recycling rolled papers and creating works of art that are truly inspiring and which speaks highly of their appreciation of Philippine art and the beauty of our culture. Having been exposed to different art issues in the Philippines, the students are challenged to provide solutions, in their own little ways, on how they can preserve and promote our distinct and diverse culture. Part of the campaign is the use of ‘baybayin’ subtitles to honor the use of ancient text.

The showcase will be held at Art Room 3, Spark Building, De La Salle Santiago Zobel – Vermosa on March 15, 2019.