Filipino Artists exhibit going on now in Kingston Arts and Cultural Centres

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Filipino Artists of Melbourne (FAME) - From left, Joel Magpayo, Jake Merin, Christian Bulos, Al Medilo, Gilbert Hernandez, Jess Marasigan, and Do Noble
Filipino Artists of Melbourne (FAME) - From left, Joel Magpayo, Jake Merin, Christian Bulos, Al Medilo, Gilbert Hernandez, Jess Marasigan, and Do Noble
Sardinas series an installation work by Jess Marasigan
Sardinas Series, an installation work by Jess Marasigan
Filipino Artists of Melbourne (FAME) - From left, Joel Magpayo, Jake Merin, Christian Bulos, Al Medilo, Gilbert Hernandez, Jess Marasigan, and Do Noble
Filipino Artists of Melbourne (FAME) - From left, Joel Magpayo, Jake Merin, Christian Bulos, Al Medilo, Gilbert Hernandez, Jess Marasigan, and Do Noble
FAME founder Joel Magpayo with wife Lynda Magpayo (left) and The Philippine Times publisher Alice Nicolas (right)
FAME founder Joel Magpayo with wife Lynda Magpayo (left) and The Philippine Times publisher Alice Nicolas (right)
Sardinas series by Jess Marasigan
Sardinas series by Jess Marasigan

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PHOTOS BY JESS MARASIGAN.

 

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The Filipino Artists of Melbourne (FAME) officially opened its arts exhibit on 14 July. Aptly called ‘Medley’, the FAME art exhibit will run until 2 August. Admission is free.

FAME is an artist group that represents Filipino-born Australian artists living and working in Melbourne. ‘Medley’, a collective visual art exhibition, showcases the creative practice of FAME and the unique cultural and artistic influences that shape their work. The exhibition features recent artworks done in a range of media including painting, sculpture, installation and photography.

MEDLEY
An art exhibition by FAME

Exhibition dates:
Friday 15 July – Tuesday 2 August
Gallery Hours:
Monday to Friday 9am – 5.30pm
Saturday 12.30pm – 5.30pm
Admission:     Free

For details, contact arts@kingston.vic.gov.au


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