Laguna charity show, art exhibit to support artists, scholars


(Press Release) CALAMBA CITY — A musical show that will benefit Filipino artists and students from impoverished communities or those facing challenging life circumstances is scheduled on March 18 at the DL Umali Hall in University of the Philippines Los Baños.

Called “SensAbilities 360degrees,” the show will feature performances by the musicians of the Agdao Violin Institute (AVI) from Davao City, in collaboration with Harmonya: The String Ensemble of UPLB, and ballet dancers of ACTS Manila.

Performances and exhibits will showcase dance and musical renditions, paintings, sculptures, handicrafts, artisanal food and indigenous clothing collections.

Part of the show proceeds will support scholarships and grants, which will be managed by the soon-to-be organized Rizalishta Foundation of Legendary Creativity by Women (RLeCREW).

“We offer SensAbilities 360degrees as a revolutionary show engaging the senses,” said Hubert D. Par, executive director of Raizalishta: The Artisanal Village , the show’s organizer.

“You will experience Filipino artistry and culture in its richness, and come to recognize the source of all creativeness,” he said.

Raizalishta: The Artisanal Village is an advocate of Filipino artistry. It promotes community development through entrepreneurship. It recognizes and celebrates craftsmanship, artisanship, and art culture.

For tickets to “SensAbilities 360degrees,” call or text +63 9284409217 or +63 9774202739.

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