November 5, 2022 – Nineteen visual artists from Negros joined the PUHON exhibit at the The Consolacion College Bacolod (LCCB) auditorium.
The exhibiting artists were Rosendo Aguilar, Natalio Alob Jr., Edmund Bacia, Rommel Cadigal, Joy Delleva, Jayr Delleva, Jose “Buglas” Carreon, Flozard Gedalanga, Wilfredo Lumagbas, Rodney Martinez, Michael Martinez, Leah Divino-Samson, Susanito Sarnate, Vincent Rose Sarnate, Edbon Sevilleno, Antonio Tejado, Roderick Tijing, Dennis Valenciano, and Revo Yanson.
The Center for Music, Arts and Culture (CMAC) of LCCB, a vision of board of trustees chairman Dr. Ramon Ponce de Leon, initiated the exhibition.
LCCB President Sr. Joan BC Infante expressed in her speech that “CMAC aims to regain the ground for integrated education especially on specialized trainings on music, arts and culture.”
The center launched March 2020 and endeavors to expand on various fields of the arts such as theatre, digital media arts, foreign languange, and its newly-minted chorale.
The proceeds from the exhibtion will be used to renovate the said establishment.
PUHON exhibit is open weekdays, 3 to 5 p.m., until Friday, Nov. 11. Visitors and interested buyers with ID are welcome.
(Source: Bacolod City Public Information Office)