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SFAD Thesis Class Exhibition 2019

Posted: June 25, 2019

The School of Fine Arts & Design (SFAD) will be opening two Thesis exhibitions of the PWU Bachelor of Fine Arts program on Tuesday, June 25, 2019 at 6:00 PM.

The Studio Arts Class /Painting Major students will mount “Kyrios” at the SFAD JCB Gallery. Karen Ocampo Flores, Studio Arts Thesis Adviser aptly describes the exhibit “Kyrios is the Romanized version of the Greek Kurios, a title bestowed on the male head of a household in ancient Athenian society. The role of keeper, protector and therefore head of the manor, emanates from the foremost regard for the word: Lord, Master, or Teacher. A ruler for the ruled; and within the unifying theme of this group thesis exhibition, the perceived maestro that lets loose the conditions and imaginations developed out of the research topics individually explored by the current batch of the Studio Arts Class.”

Participating students are Kim Agbuya, Sean Buenaventura, Lee Seoyoon, Romualdo Salazar, Hannah Salting and Bia Subosa. The exhibit will run until July 31, 2019.

“Sic Parvis Magna” (Great things from small beginnings) will be presented by Visual Communication major students at the Helena Z Benitez (HZB) Hall.

The exhibit premise that “from a single idea one can grow a concept, forever branching out and becoming more concrete; paving way for non-destructive progress. Challenging the system and asking what can be changed. Identifying the problem and creating solutions. One small action of each individual towards the right direction can create the greatest change.”

The VisCom exhibit will feature the following senior class: Curt Waje Abad, Gabriel Art Paule Agapito, Ma. Shannon Josephine Lozada Briones, Jordan Fortuna Calubayan, Landon Catalan Catalan, Philippe Royce Sevilla Chua, Carl Camile Retardo Erencio, Ivanka Alexei Solano Gorordo, Hannah Milcah Ibanez Javier, Keanu Angelo Tamayo Lazaga, Troy Gregory Miclat Lim, Danica Dimapilis Morillo, Natalie Jean Sarmiento Nazareno, Wesley Dann Bagalay Olayvar, Beemcee Teriz Abuel Plaza and Jeremiah James Tabbang Tamanguil.

“Sic Parvis Magna” will be up at the HZB Hall until July 2, 2019.

The two culminating exhibits will showcase the creditable works of the 2019 Batch of Studio Arts/Painting and Visual Communication – a testimony of SFAD’s best features in areas that cover Curriculum & Instruction, Laboratory and Faculty, as commended by the recently concluded PAASCU accreditation




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