In partnership with the Philippine Map Collectors Society (PHIMCOS), Map to Freedom presents two cartography exhibits: Putting the Philippines on the Map, which is a fine representation of how the archipelago was presented by European cartographers; and Mapping Our Liberty, an edgy collection of artworks that utilize the Philippine map as part of art-making.
In light of the deluge of disinformation plaguing the county, Araneta City’s Gateway Gallery will discuss in its latest KulturaSerye online talk series the origins, dynamics, and challenges brought by disinformation in traditional media and the digital space.
Araneta City’s Gateway Gallery will conduct its first onsite #ArtsyWorkshop for 2022 with the Delish Food Photography Workshop on April 30, Saturday, 2 to 5 pm.
The J. Amado Araneta Foundation (JAAF) and Araneta City’s Gateway Gallery partner with public interest law organization ImagineLaw in hosting an art anthology exhibit to celebrate the culmination of Philippine Heart Month.
In line with the celebration of National Arts Month, the Gateway Gallery will be conducting two back-to-back talks on art and cultural management on February 24, 2022.
In time for the National Arts Month, professor and artist Fernando Martin ‘Nani’ Roxas opens his second one-man art show through the “Music in Me” exhibit at the Gateway Gallery in Araneta City.
The Araneta Group’s J. Amado Araneta Foundation (JAAF) and Gateway Gallery unite 16 local artists for A Time To Build, a group art exhibit for the victims of Typhoon Odette. It features 30 artworks, with 1 sculpture and 29 two-dimensional works such as photos, ink drawings, and multi-media works.
Pete Velasquez, architect turned visual artist, is one of the more prolific artists in the country today, even during the pandemic. Known for his idyllic scenes of the country and her maidens, in drawing and painting, Velasquez never tires of capturing his experiences through paintings or drawings.
The webinar, titled “Mga Katutubong Wika ng Pilipinas, Nasaan Na?”, will be aired live on September 25, 2021 at 2 pm on the Gateway Gallery Facebook page.
J. Amado Araneta Foundation (JAAF), the social development arm of the Araneta Group, is conducting a series of online art therapy sessions to select youth participants and medical frontliners in response to ill effects of the pandemic.