This summer, SM City North Edsa kicks-off a different experience through Art Karnival, an interactive and fun exhibit of visual arts that invites people to experience art first hand.
In partnership with Vinyl on Vinyl, one of Manila’s hippest contemporary art galleries, Art Karnival features young artists Anjo Bolarda, Bato, Blic, Garapata, Jeffry Jay Jarin, Tyang Karyel, VOV Studio and Whoop. This edgy initiative hopes to bring a new appreciation of art in the north.
Instead of the usual ribbon-cutting, Art Karnival was formally opened by sticking colorful stickers on the huge Art Karnival sign. Of course, I participated too! :)
Along the wide stretch of Skygarden are the carefully selected and placed pieces that would bring the art piece and the surrounding to life.
As we do a short tour, you can easily find art pieces that pop out while some pieces are really difficult to notice. They come in different shapes and sizes so better on the lookout to find the “hidden” ones. Hehe. I also find it amazing that some art would puzzle your mind. :)
To wrap up the event, Reese Lansangan, a singer-songwriter, serenaded us with two of her original compositions. Do you know that she also blogs? :)
Art Karnival runs from April 21 to June 12, 2017 at SM City North EDSA Skygarden. Come and see the unique installation pieces by each featured artist curated specially for the space by Vinyl on Vinyl. It is surely a one of a kind experience this summer that everyone would enjoy!
Awwww Reese was there!! I should’ve dropped by!! Haha jk. This looks like something I might enjoy so baka dumaan ako one of these days. Is there an entrance fee ba or open to public?
Di ko rin akalain eh haha it is open to everyone, since along sky garden sya :)
Ugh, I should’ve registered on this campaign if I knew you were coming. Para bonding-bonding. Ang cute nung worm na nakahang.
Ayyy malay ko ba! Sign up lang ako ng sign up eh hahaha Beh, di yan worm. Paa yan ng bata hahaha
Aww. You got a photo with Reese! Will I ever find myself in SM North again? Haha. Only been there twice. It’s so far kasi.
xo, Richel V.
Haha bihira lang din ako sa SM North kasi nga ang layo haha
It sounds like a really interesting event. It would be fun to be looking around you and discovering the obvious and hidden works! :D
Yes, I’m sure art enthusiast will even like them more. :) The art pieces are eye catching, actually and can be enjoyed by anyone.
I don’t go to SM North much because it is far but I’ll check this place out when I do. It looks really interesting.
Oo nga malayo ang SM North satin mga taga South haha