University ties up with CCP for Pasinaya 2023; hosts activities in campus

Date Posted: February 6, 2023 at 04:14 PM

The University greeted National Arts Month with open arms as it becomes one of the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ (CCP) partners fo Pasinaya 2023, which was formally opened last February 4. 

Pasinaya is regarded as the biggest Art Festival in the country showcasing “Workshop-All-You-Can, See-All-You-Can, Network-All-You-Can, and Pay-What-You-Can" artistic experiences to the public. 

Through the tie up, Adamson Art Gallery became the newest member of the Paseo Museo Program, along with other connected Pasay City and Manila City-based museums and galleries such as ___. 

In his remarks for the launching, CCP Vice President and Artistic Director Dennis Marasigan underscored the constant struggle and survival of the arts and the industry. 

“Buhay na buhay ang sining; patuloy na pipiglas ang sining,” he said. 

A four-song routine from the University’s Brass Band led by its conductor, Mr. Renato Resureccion of the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra kickstarted the festivities. 

AdU will also co-feature Palihan, a workshop program by Jose Glenn Blanco on the Development of Art and Craftsmanship in Angono, Rizal set on February 11. Blanco, a member of the famous family of painters in the said province, currently has 25 of his works on display at the University Gallery for the Hope and Faith exhibit.  

Adamson Dance Company Folk and Street also performed along with other performing groups from different regions of the country at the Palabas sub-event last February 5 at the Vicente Sotto Grounds, CCP Complex.