Contemporary visual artists who have been mostly affected by the pandemic have taken to art to bring attention to their plight and advocacies and inspire people to act collectively and spark change.
Consumer rights group stages exhibit by pandemic-hit artists.
Started in 2019 but formally organized this year, RAP prioritizes “gut issues that directly affect people’s rights, targeting causes such as better education, improved transportation, affordable housing, fuel, and basic goods and services, and efficient and corruption-free bureaucracy and clean environment.”
Fish, a poor man’s meal, now compares to beef and pork in price, sometimes even higher.Serenity by Nick DulayVocalan’sUsok sa Dilim by Matthius B. GarciaFree Our Mind! It’s Our Choice, We are not Criminals!The artist’s depiction of his favorite part of the market – vegetable stalls full of colorful produce.Read more: Manila Bulletin News »
Please keep Megumi Acorda in mindOriginally released in 2018, this Japan-born Filipino dream pop artist’s EP Unexpectedly has been reissued both on cassette and vinyl.
Teaching Filipino children values in the digital ageContemporary visual artists who have been mostly affected by the pandemic have taken to art to bring attention to their plight and advocacies and inspire people to act collectively and spark change.
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