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INVITATION: "Pieces of the Heart: Artvocacy for Two Causes"



Emailed for posting by Juliette Kwee
Quezon City
April 3, 2017

 
 


This unique event: "Pieces of the Heart: Artvocacy for Two Causes" will be on Saturday, 22 April 2017, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Sining Kamalig, an Art Gallery, Upper Ground Floor, Ali Mall, Araneta Center, Quezon City.

With a By-Invitation Ticket at P5,000/Person, you will be able to take home an artwork from any one of the twenty participating artists. With a round of fantastic Hors d’Oeurves and music by the inimitable Hot Club of Manila Acoustic Jazz Band, a great evening will be had by one and all.

The Participating artists are: Yasmin Almonte, Menchu Arandilla, Nina Benitez, Jet Bernal, Ann Bolos, Raech Dacanay, Jerome Destacamento, Tess Diamse, Jes Evangelista, Christian Eycer Garcia, Fitz Herrera, Jojie Lim, Jonathan Madeja, Marlon Magbanua, Camille Asino Mamaril, Fel R. Plat,
Nestor Ong, Raul Roco, Jr., Diana Santos, and Van Tuico.

The organizing NGOs are:

SATRE is engaged in mangrove awareness, on the need for each one of us to be engaged in mangrove and coastal forests conservation and protection. Your contribution will help to fund communications and public awareness campaigns, and to encourage new members, corporate and private sponsors and project volunteers.

Smokey Tours is part of World Experience Philippines. Smokey Tours trains and helps people from the slums to run safe and eye-opening tours for guests who are interested to see the other side of Manila. Our unique experiential tours aim to raise awareness about current social issues, bridge the gap between people from different beliefs and backgrounds and inspire individuals to bring about positive and compassionate societal change in their communities. The funds raised will be used to build a health centre in the slums of BASECO.

Should you have any further questions, please feel free to contact the Satre Foundation at (02) 9210124 or satrefoundation@gmail.com.

We appreciate your friendship and support and greatly look forward to sharing this enriching experience with you.

Regards,

(Sgd) Rica Cortes Rentzing , SATRE-Director - Project Development

(Sgd) Juliette Kwee, Smokey Tours – Founder




SATRE email: satrefoundation@gmail.com Smokey Tours email: tours@worldexperience.ph

SATRE Tel. Nos.: (02) 921-0124 / (02) 579-9935
sining kamalig, an Art Gallery, Upper Ground Floor, Ali Mall, Araneta Center, Quezon City

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