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August 6, 2023

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
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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.”

The afternoon opened with a screening of a 2009 Japanese animated science fiction film where a virtual world crisis escalates into real-world chaos. The film explores the intertwining of family bonds, technology’s influence on society, and the power of unity against a digital threat.

Following the film, the audience was treated to a chat among the artists of Kaleidoscopia, including Rey Labarento, Portia Nemeo, Samnathis, Sandy Dupio, and Jude Millares. The artists shared bits about their individual views, various techniques and approaches, and sources of inspiration.

Art curator and artist Koki Lxx moderated the discussion that delved into the inspiration behind each artwork and shedding light on artistic processes. The dialogue provided insights into the impact of art, beyond traditional discourse.

The gallery was buzzing with creative energy as the event came to a close. “Kaleidoscopia Summer” highlighted art’s ability to connect, inspire, and enrich lives, leaving an indelible impact on all who attended.

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