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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.

June 4, 2023

Mugna Gallery Celebrates First Anniversary

Valencia, Negros Oriental, Philippines

Mugna Gallery marks its first anniversary this June. Since its inception a year ago, Mugna has become a hub for local artists and art enthusiasts, providing a thriving platform for creativity, inspiration, and self-expression.

Birth of Mugna

Mugna was established as an inclusive space that champions local artists of all backgrounds and disciplines. The founders envisioned a platform that would not only nurture talent but also foster a sense of community and collaboration. With dedication and determination, Mugna was brought to life, laying the foundation for a dynamic and supportive art ecosystem.

Flourishing Creative Community

Witnessing impressive growth in its community, Mugna has attracted creatives from various disciplines such as painting, film, music, photography, and sculpture, and many others. Artists, both emerging and established, have found solace and encouragement within Mugna’s walls. Through forums, workshops, and collaborative projects, it has provided an environment to nurture and sharpen their skills, gain exposure, and expand their horizons.

Inspiration Unleashed

At the heart of this success lies a commitment to inspiring creativity and pushing artistic boundaries. Throughout the past year, Mugna has initiated a range of events, encouraging its viewers to explore new techniques, experiment with different mediums, and embrace innovative approaches.

Building Connections

More than just a platform, Mugna has fostered connections and friendships that transcend geographical boundaries. Diverse cultures and backgrounds have found common ground in discussions, feedback, and collaborations; even Mugna’s virtual space has become a melting pot of ideas, cultures, and perspectives, enriching the artistic experience and strengthening bonds between creators worldwide.

Looking Ahead

Embarking on its second year, the Mugna community remains committed to the mission of empowering creativity and inspiring innovation. With a strong foundation and an ever-growing network, greater opportunities for collaboration, learning, and artistic growth are on the horizon — expanding its reach, amplifying the voices of artists, and showcasing the transformative power of art to the world.

Mugna’s first anniversary is a testament to a remarkable journey, and to the unwavering passion of its founders. Dedication to nurturing creativity, fostering connections, and celebrating achievements has positioned the gallery as a prominent player in the art scene. As we raise our glasses to Mugna’s achievements, we eagerly anticipate its contributions and endeavors in the near future and in the years to come.

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Artists Unite in Innovative Experiment – Well’s Ladder Method 1st & 2nd Sessions Underway
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Mugna Gallery
Valencia, Negros Oriental, Philippines
In an ambitious undertaking that blurs the boundaries between art, collaboration, and human intuition, the first and second sessions of the groundbreaking Wells’ Ladder Method are currently in progress.
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Mugna Gallery’s “Kaleidoscopia Summer” Draws Guests For an Afternoon of Art and Cinema
Rey Labarento | Portia Nemeño | Samnathis | Sandy Dupio | Jude Millares
Mugna Gallery
Valencia, Negros Oriental, Philippines
Guests — friends & art lovers — gathered at Mugna Gallery for “Kaleidoscopia Summer,” an event in conjunction with gallery’s ongoing exhibition – “Kaleidoscopia – Seeing Through The Artist’s Lens.”
July 29, 2023
Mugna Gallery unveils Kaleidoscopia – Seeing Through The Artist’s Lens
Rey Labarento | Portia Nemeño | Samnathis | Sandy Dupio | Jude Millares
Mugna Gallery
Valencia, Negros Oriental, Philippines
Mugna Gallery has just unveiled its latest exhibition, “Kaleidoscopia: Seeing Through The Artist’s Lens.” This exhibition features the art works of five young local artists—Rey Labarento, Portia Nemeño, Samnathis, Sandy Dupio, and Jude Millares.