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Bacolod City, Philippines Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Reunions and visitations

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In town recently were balikbayans from the land of Milk and Honey to attend the golden class reunion of the Assumption Convent in Manila. After attending the school activities, they decided to visit their classmates Fatima Sajo, Josie Abong Alejo, Nora Jison Varela, and Hilda Flores Nanongkai in Bacolod City.

They stayed at L’Fisher Hotel and visited the beautiful places in Negros Occidental, going to Salvador Benedicto town to enjoy the food, the view, and the cool weather staying for three days before travelling to Iloilo to also reunite with their other classmates, and relatives.

They plan to come back next year, and maybe, build a cottage in Salvador Benedicto. When they left their luggage were full of Negros and Bacolod delicacies, like piaya and barquillos. Looking forward to seeing you all next year!*

Remember: Every good gift comes from the Father. Keeping in tune with Christ keeps harmony in the church.*

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‘Handuraw’ exhibit
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The “Handuraw” exhibition of the Prima Art Group opened Saturday at the Phinma Gallery of the Negros Museum in Bacolod City, with Regional Trial Court Judge Rosario Orda Caise as guest of honor, a press release from organizers said.

It features the works of Iloilo and Bacolod artist-members Ivan Andrada, Mel Araneta, James Caserial, Michelli Cavile, Nicoy Colandog, Marites Dela, Duvince Dumpit, Noby Juno, Patty Jane Ku Ong, Carol Salvatierra, Jing Torrecampo, Michelle Mabelle Tupaz-Corteza and Anna Ursal, the press release also said.

“Handuraw” means to reminisce, and to think about the past with fondness. The exhibit was first showcased in Iloilo during the celebration of the Filipino Elderly Week, and the Bacolod show gives emphasis on heritage and looks back to personal past, the press release added.*

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Oriental Icons exhibit up

The solo exhibition called “Oriental Icons” by Ramon Diaz will open November 15 at Charlie’s Art Gallery, Italia Restaurant 1 in the Ranol Building, 23rd San Agustin Streets in Bacolod City, in cooperation with Galleria Duemila, a press release from organizers said.

The exhibition chronicles the artist’s penchant for orientalism, communing with nature, and mythological enchantment. His four Oriental leitmotifs - The Sumo, Nishikigoi fish, Tang dynasty horse, and Chinese ceramic - will be featured at the exhibit, as well as other multimedia works, the press release also said.

Diaz was educated in the Philippines, Germany, Belgium, England, and the Netherlands, and his many travels have influenced the shape and landscape of his paintings. He has been exhibited in Novotel Paris, Lumen Gallery, NY; Anagama Gallerie, Versailles, France; and Steuben Glass Museum, USA, the press release said.

The exhibition will run until December 15, and for more information, those interested may email info@charliesartgallery.com, the press release added.*

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