Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Art in the Park 2021


February 15, 2021
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A guide for your virtual art hunt 



Amid lockdown restrictions and health & safety precautions this year, we’re still waiting for the day when we finally get to step inside a museum or gallery again. For now, we’re settling (quite happily!) for virtual tours like Art in the Park Online 2021 on its 15th anniversary.


Mark your calendars! It’s eight full days of art featuring 60 exhibitors and more than 6,000 artworks by hundreds of established and up-and-coming Filipino artists via, running from February 21st until February 28th. 


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Here’s what to expect for your virtual art hunt: 


Wrappings of the Mind by Yvonne Quisumbing

Yvonne Quisumbing is a multimedia artist based in Cebu, who has studied design and film and is currently completing her MFA. She gained international recognition in the field of fashion, representing the Philippines at the Concours de Jeaunes Creatur de Monde in Paris in 2001 and 2005.



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Bright Days and Peaceful Nights by Jomike Tejido

Jomike Tejido merges his background as an architect and as an illustrator in creating works that explore perception through materiality, forms, color and medium. His works are heavily influenced by abstraction and architecture, particularly the Bauhaus movement, which was influential in modernist design.



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Henrielle Baltazar Pagkaliwangan

Henrielle Baltazar Pagkaliwangan explores stories behind the mundane and indispensable objects to examine Philippine history and material culture. Drawing from taxonomical illustration, she documents personal and historical narratives as a reflection on knowledge through prints and drawings.



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A Focus on Pottery featuring Jon & Tessy Pettyjohn

Jon Pettyjohn is considered a pioneer of contemporary Philippine ceramics. For the past 38 years, he has worked passionately in the realm of high-fire Asian-style ceramics. Although his works are mostly functional, he also sometimes explores the boundaries between the utilitarian and the sculptural, which he strongly feels are of equal importance.



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Suddenly eight days doesn’t seem enough.


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For more information, visit and follow facebook/artinthepark and @artintheparkph on Instagram.



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