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Sining Kamalig Welcomes Home Artists Who Journey With Mental Illness.

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Choose Philippines | Jul 16, 2018
Sining Kamalig Welcomes Home Artists Who Journey With Mental Illness.
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On its third annual exhibit at Sining Kamalig, Boxless Society, a mental health support group for artists and their caregivers, presents their truth in both foreign and familiar colors they’ve always desired to unravel boldly in Despite My Being _______, I Am a Living Story.

Whether it’s a tale of pain and healing, or of light and darkness, members Jessica Antonio, Tisa Uy, Angel Anastacio, Joan Villa-Espina Soriano Honoridez, Megumie Alcala, Moi Baltazar, Marla Biolena, Heaven Villegas, Cosmos, Monica Vinas Macaliano, Anna Cunanan, Chesca Quimora, Ja Turla, Elaine De Guzman, Daffodil Soriano Capute, Melissa Villa-Real Basmayor, Mimi Michelle, Mohini Ochangco, Poala Cerda, Zaeli Eliza, Lian Zhilfein Zuniga, Issa Villapando, Ana Knicolai, LJ Navera, Tsina Lee Pineda, and Czarina Danielle Yap will show you the vastness of their minds and the depths of their worlds through this extraordinary art show that they hope will open your eyes and hearts to the people around you who struggle with mental illness.

The group has also organized workshops and talks for its members to be enlightened and encouraged in this time of doubt and fears, for them to be reminded of their purpose and importance in this society.

The exhibition will open on 21 July 2018, Saturday, at 5PM in Sining Kamalig Art Gallery, Upper Ground Floor, Ali Mall, Araneta Center, Quezon City, Philippines, and will run until 14 August 2018. You can visit us at any day of the week, from 10 AM to 7PM.

For any inquiries, please email us at [email protected].

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