MUGNA Gallery welcomed pupils from Valencia Central Elementary School, along with their teachers and guardians, to explore the Great Little Hunter Exhibition. This event aimed to provide an inclusive and engaging space for visitors of all ages and backgrounds to discover and appreciate the arts and to inspire the next generation of artists and creatives.
The day’s highlight was a captivating storytelling of the children’s book, performed by the talented director and actor Hope Tinambacan. The pupils were transported into the world of The Great Little Hunter Exhibition, a tale of adventure and courage, and were left feeling inspired and motivated.
The event also featured a fun-filled arts and crafts session led by the creative folks from Subida. The pupils were encouraged to explore their creativity and express themselves using a variety of mediums and techniques. This hands-on experience was an excellent opportunity for them to engage with art in a fun and interactive way.
MUGNA Gallery is committed to providing unique and immersive experiences for visitors of all ages and backgrounds. We are honored to have had Valencia Central Elementary School as part of our growing community. We look forward to continuing to collaborate and inspire the next generation of artists and creatives.