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PAG Annual Art Exhibition, in celebration of the 118th Anniversary of the the Declaration of Philippine Independence

Emailed for posting by Dindo Orbeso
July 3, 2016


“INIIBIG KO ANG PILIPINAS, ito ang tahanan ng aking lahi…(I love the Philippines. It is the home of my race)” is an annual Art Exhibition in Celebration of the 118th Anniversary of the Declaration of Philippine Independence.

The P.A.G., also known as the Philippine Artists Group of Canada continue to
grow, not only in membership but also in stature and idealism. To the Filipinos in
Canada, amidst the task of rebuilding their lives again in this adopted country, the
PAG is slowly impressing and reawakening the Filipinos dormant psyche on the
values and richness of Philippine culture, particularly on the visual arts.

The exhibiting artists are Teody Asuncion, Joyce Bondoc, Maestro Jun Bueno
Silva (guest exhibitor), Frank Cruzet, Jhun Ciolo Diamante, Sen. Jun Enverga
(guest exhibitor), Marissa Buyco-Corpus Gaa, Tony Hizon, Catalina Jeffers,
incoming PAG elect President Gene Lopos, Maestro Romi C. MananQuil, Maridi
Nivera, Michelle Chermaine Ramos, Mark Edison Salinas, Marissa Sweet, incoming
PAG elect Vice President Frank Tonido and current PAG President Nelia

Visit www.philippineartists.com for more details.

Their 27th annual art exhibit held at the Neilson Park Creative Center, Toronto on
June 06-26, 2016 was a success!

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