Opening Reception, October 14
Jamming for Mother Earth: PG Zoluaga on the hegalong
Carlito Camahallan Amalla and PG Zoluaga
Just so you’ll get an idea of how works were installed
Jojit Solano’s work on Dr. Dea Millora (straight ahead) and Efren Garcellano on Evelyn Cacha (right wall); researcher Hemerson Dimacale with Renato Habulan’s work on Sr. Luz
Honoree Luz Sabas (third from Left), with Mark Salvatus’ work; May Datuin, PG Zoluaga, Norma Liongoren and researcher Aleth Gayosa with Zoluaga’s work on Jurgenne Primavera
the triumvirate: Karen Flores, CCP; Norma Liongoren of Liongoren Gallery; Flaudette May Datuin, University of the Philippines Department of Art Studies
Norma and May with Marian Pastor Roces and Glenda Puyat: munching on a Plato Wraps, one of those who kindly helped us stage this show at CCP; PG on the Hegalong, who came all the way from Iloilo to jam with us.
Researcher Aleth Gayosa and artist PG Zoluaga meet for the first time, at last! The results of their partnership are: PG’s art works on Dr. Primavera and a feature article by Aleth which saw print on Philippine Star (offering and deity by Aleth Gayosa: http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx?)
Artist Egai Fernandez and researcher Virna Odiver reunite; with Norma Liongoren
Since we missed PG during the launching of this project last March 2010, he very kindly flew all the way from Iloilo to be with us and we just can’t get enough of him. Here he is with Frances Escape while they were jamming during the lecture forum earlier in the afternoon; with Erica Mariano, without whom we would not know how to stage this leg; with May Datuin, fellow (half) Ilongga; with his works on Dr. Primavera; and with May, Norma and Aleth.
Shaking it the Manobo way
Thanks to Carlito Camahalan Amalla, we danced for Mother Earth, the Manobo way!