Five Student Photographers from the De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde will be having their first group On-The-Go Photo Exhibit entitled “What The ƒ-Stop!“. An exhibit that will travel from one place to another, using 2 container trucks as their means of transportation and haven for their photographs.

This exhibit will showcase an exciting collection of contemporary photographs in order to create an awareness of new possibilities of this art form. The 5 photographers, namely Marco Samson, Ame Calix, Anna Glinoga, Alecks Mutuc and Apple Villalobos aims to inspire the interest of today’s youth thru their passionate dedication and love for Photography, and will open it to the public this coming April 26-29, 2011. The exhibit will be held at 2 venues: Lagoon Area at the Luneta Park and at Fort Santiago in Intramuros.

The ƒ-Stop! Exhibit Routes and Schedules:
April 26 and 27 6PM – Lagoon Area, Luneta Park
April 28 and 29 1PM- Trellis area inside Fort Santiago, Intramuros
April 30-May 5 2PM- AAP (Kanlungan ng Sining), Luneta Park

Be a part of this new and exciting exhibition. As we rock your night thru our live bands and splurge you with Pinoy street delicacies. Enjoy a night full of new and inspiring ideas from these 5 young photographers who tries to make the impossible possible.

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Brought to you by the same people who put up Surreal Shadows Hybrid Highlights exhibit at the De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde, comes this roving exhibit! Please support my friends in their gallery. I am but sure, so sure, that they’re work is very superb! Of course, bring along friends to share this wonderful event with!


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