Philippine Daily Inquirer / 12:30 AM February 01, 2016
Querubin prints at UP Visayas
KNOWN as a clay artist, Nelfa Querubin took up printmaking before taking up clay. Thirty prints from her collection will be on exhibit at “Her Forgotten Art, Original Prints by Nelfa Querubin,” which opens Feb. 5 at the University of the Philippines Visayas Art Gallery.
The exhibit will run until March 8. University of the Philippines Visayas Art Gallery is at the Main Building of UP Visayas in Iloilo City. Call 3379159; e-mail [email protected]
San Beda alumni exhibit artworks
SAN BEDA College Alumni Association and Alumni Foundation presents the exhibit “Dark to Light” which opens Feb. 2 at the San Beda College, Pamanang Bedista Heritage Center.
The exhibit is presented in cooperation with grade school class 1962 and high school class 1966 (Golden Jubilarians), and features artworks from those batches.
Participating artists are Jun Alday, Al Manrique and Wilfrido Buhay.
Rufino at Peninsula
“LUMINISCENCE-DREAMSCAPES 2016,” the 18th solo exhibit of mixed media by Filipino artist and writer Maria Victoria Rufino, opens Feb. 2 at The Gallery of Peninsula Manila.
The show will benefit the Child Protection Network Foundation.
The exhibit reflects the artists’ fascination with the nuances of light—radiant and luminous—in nature.
Mankind’s journey at Ateneo
ATENEO de Manila University presents “The Journey of Mankind: First Humans Out of Africa—The Hominids of Dmanisi, Georgia,” a series of exhibits and lectures about the journey of the Homo erectus in Africa. It opens Feb. 9, 5 p.m., at the Leong Hall Auditorium.
The exhibit, copresented by Crania Heritage Sciences, will focus on the discovery of the skulls and how the first humans adapted after leaving Africa. It features animal fossils, stone tools and well-preserved human skulls.
Professor Doctor David Lordkipanidz, director-general of the Georgian National Museum, will lecture on “The First Humans in Eurasia.”
The exhibit runs on the fifth floor of the Rizal Library until March 4.
To cap off the event, there will be a sandbox archaeology activity among students and practicing archaeologists.