Biennale architettura 2018 - philippine pavilion

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The Philippine Pavilion at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition had its vernissage and opening program for the country’s national exhibition, The City Who Had Two Navels curated by Edson Cabalfin last May 24, 2018 at the Artiglierie of the Arsenale in Venice, Italy.
The country’s national participation at the important contemporary art exposition is under the auspices of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Office of Senator Loren Legarda.
In attendance were the figureheads of the government agencies- Senator Loren Legarda, NCCA Chairman Virgilio S. Almario and Philippine Ambassador to Italy Domingo Nolasco.
Artist Yason Banal and representatives from exhibitors University of the Philippines – Mindanao (public and young) in Davao; the University of San Carlos (private and established) in the Visayas region; and, the University of the Philippines – Diliman (public and established) and De La Salle– College of Saint Benilde (private and young) in Luzon. TAO-Pilipinas, Inc., a non-governmental organization (NGO) were also present.
Before the opening program, a press conference for the Philippine media delegation was held. The program of the press conference included a walk-through by the curator after which the media were able to have a dialogue with the participants.
The members of the panel interviewed by the press are Yason Banal, TAO Pilipinas - represented by Arlene Lusterio, University of the Philippines, Diliman. - Gerard Thomas Joson, University of the Philippines, Mindanao Angelo Felix Regalado, and the University of San Carlos, Cebu- represented by Dean Yumi Espina.

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