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SDGs ResiliArt Exhibit and Heritage Animated Book Launch at NLP

The Philippine Center International Theatre Institute, Earthsavers-UNESCO Artist for Peace, and ITI-Social Change Network In partnership with the National Library of the Philippines launch the SDGs ResiliArt Exhibit in cooperation with Department of Education, DFA-UNACOM, Philippine Commission on Women, National Commission for Culture and the Arts and Association of Local Colleges and Universities, Universidad de Manila and Asia TV Studios today, 15 March 2023. This exhibit features artistic creations for peace and climate justice as well as heritage-based book launches that will be helpful for early childhood education aligned with UNESCO concerns.
The event is a conjoined celebration of all the UN dedicated days of March: Women, Anti-Racial Discrimination, Nuclear Disarmament, Water, Forests, UNESCO Poetry and World Theatre Week, encapsulated in this significant values, life-long learning Exhibit and book launch about early childhood education. It is also an opportunity to salute outstanding women leaders of the Philippines.
Nemi Miranda who is considered as the “Father of Imaginative Figurism and the founder of the Angono Ateliers Association and Xander Pratt, an African avant garde artist presented their featured art collections that resonate the message of peace, women empowerment and other SDGs.
Another highlight is the launching of the books written by Rey de la Cruz titled, “Cecil Guidote Alvarez, The Philippine is a Stage,” with the book illustrator, Beth Parocha; and the award-winning book and film, “Ballesteros On My Mind,” illustrated by Tenni Magcase.
The program was made more exciting by the performances of the Pinoy Pop Girl Group, The 4th Impact and the theatrical presentations of the Tanghalang Bagong Sibol Theater and Dance Co. by Cecil Guidote Alvarez.
The exhibit is located at the second floor lobby of the NLP Building and it will be open to the public from March 15, 2023 until April 4, 2023. Let’s visit and see the artistic creations that promote peace, climate justice and other Sustainable Development Goals.

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