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Mugna Art Gallery is a platform dedicated to promoting local culture and fostering creativity through supporting emerging and undiscovered artists, offering a space for artistic expression and interaction with the community and wider audiences.

Valencia Central Elementary School Visit

MUGNA Gallery welcomed pupils from Valencia Central Elementary School, along with their teachers and guardians, to explore the Great Little Hunter Exhibition.

The Great Little Hunter On Stage

MUGNA Gallery successfully hosted the live production of The Great Little Hunter on December 21, 2022. The play, directed by renowned playwright and theater actor Earnest Hope Tinambacan, featured a cast of talented actors, including Justin Dumalogdog, Mellard Manogura, Kaya Lunhaw Nalam, and Reymark Palen. Moreover, the event also highlighted Nicky Dumapit, a local artist […]

Short Film Screening

In its continuing effort to showcase the arts in all its forms, the gallery recently hosted a Short Film Screening on November 4, 2022. The film roster included three internationally acclaimed short films produced by Spontak Entertainment: “Serial Influencer,” “Moon Eater,” and “Cotton Candy Dreams.” 

More Green Time, Less Screen Time

Local artists have teamed up to inspire children to explore the outdoors and engage in creativity. Members of the Dumaguete City Host Lions Club, the Fred Hollows Foundation through the Negros Oriental Provincial Eye Health Team, and MUGNA Gallery have collaborated to organize an event at Valencia Central Elementary School. The event involved working with […]

Mural Project

Mugna Gallery brings together local artists in a community effort of creating murals on the walls surrounding its exterior space. The murals serve as the gallery’s locational landmark and is representative of the artists’ vision on what it means to “create”– the translation of “mugna”. Through regular discussions with each other and with the gallery team, […]